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Images Dated 27th September 2010

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The Arab general Musa Ibn Nusayr (640-718) strikes the face of his lieutenant Tarik Featured 27 Sep 2010 Image

The Arab general Musa Ibn Nusayr (640-718) strikes the face of his lieutenant Tarik

The Arab general Musa Ibn Nusayr (640-718) strikes the face of his lieutenant Tarik for disobeying his orders during the conquest of Andalusia and Extremadura (712), drawing

8th Century, Alaminos, Andalusia, Arab, Army, Cavalry, City, Colour, Conquest, Deputy, Drawing, Extremadura, Fittings, Fortification, General, History, Horizontal, Horse, Iberian Peninsula, Ibn, Invasions, Launches, Middle Ages, Military Clothing, Musa, Muslim, Nusayr, Private Collection, Santiago Ortega, Spain, Tarik, Walls, Warfare, Western

Charlemagne crowned Emperor of the West (800-814) enters in a church followed by prelates Featured 27 Sep 2010 Image

Charlemagne crowned Emperor of the West (800-814) enters in a church followed by prelates

Charlemagne crowned Emperor of the West (800-814) enters in a church followed by prelates. Miniature in the Chronicles of France, 14th century manuscript

14th Century, 800, 800 814, 9th Century, Canopies, Carolingian Empire, Castres, Charlemagne, Chronicles, Clothing, Colour, Coronation Liturgy, Emperor, France, Goya Museum, History, Horizontal, Liturgical, Manuscript, Middle Ages, Miniature, Mullion, Muse E Goya, Musee Goya, Pope Leo Iii, Prelates, Procession, Santiago Ortega, Unknown, West

Professor teaching to young students, miniature of the work Gesta Romanorum, page 24 Featured 27 Sep 2010 Image

Professor teaching to young students, miniature of the work Gesta Romanorum, page 24

Professor teaching to young students, miniature of the work Gesta Romanorum, page 24, by Maximo Valerio, translated from Latin in 1395 by Fra Antoni Canals