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0088743
PHILIP IV (1268-1314).
Known as Philip the Fair. King of France, 1285-1314. Steel engraving, French, 19th century.
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0053924
PEACE OF ARRAS, 1482.
A herald proclaims the Peace of Arras, the treaty of 1482 between Philip the Good of Burgundy and Louis XI of France, which predetermined the northern frontier of modern France. Copper engraving, French, 18th century.
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0023995
KNIGHT, 14th CENTURY.
An armed knight of Prato. Manuscript illustration, Italian, 14th century.
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0127100
LOUIS XIV (1638-1715).
King of France, 1643-1715. Louis XIV kneeling in a chapel. French painting, 17th century.
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0029516
KING LOUIS VIII (1187-1226).
The coronation of King Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile in Reims Cathedral, 1223.
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0067039
CONCERT, 15th CENTURY.
Manuscript illumination by Georges Trubert, late 15th century, from a breviary of Rene II, Duke of Lorraine.
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0077545
FRENCH IN ALGERIA, 1830.
The landing of French troops at Sidi Ferruch, near Algiers, 14 June 1830: contemporary lithograph.
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0077546
FRENCH IN ALGERIA, 1830.
Capture of the coastal fortress at Algiers by French forces, 4 July 1830: contemporary colored etching.
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0052069
SIR GALAHAD & HOLY GRAIL.
Sir Galahad, as King of Sarras, kneels at the sight of the Holy Grail. Drawing by Donn P. Crane, early 20th century.
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0088742
LOUIS IX (1214-1270).
Saint Louis. King of France, 1226-1270. Line engraving, 1838, after Auguste de Creuse.
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0129675
LOUIS XIV: YACHT.
The royal yacht of King Louis XIV of France, late 17th century. Manuscript illumination.
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0092582
EDWARD III (1312-1377).
King of England, 1327-1377.
The coat of arms of King Edward III. Line engraving, 20th century.
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0266224
FRENCH REVOLUTION.
English engraving, 1889, commemorating the centenary of the French Revolution.
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0021151
KING CHARLES V OF FRANCE.
King Charles V of France receives Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV in Paris. French manuscript illumination, 14th century.
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0081379
CHARLES de GAULLE
(1890-1970). French soldier and statesman. After French elections President de Gaulle speaks near Paris, 16 June 1965.
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0082275
FRANCO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE.
A French allegory of the 1778 alliance between France, represented by King Louis XVI, and the United States, personified by Benjamin Franklin and George Washington during the American Revolutionary War. Contemporary aquatint by Antoine Sergent.
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0088740
PHILIP II (1165-1223).
Known as Philip Augustus. King of France, 1180-1223. Steel engraving, French, 19th century.
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0088744
CHARLES V (1337-1380).
Known as Charles the Wise. King of France, 1364-1380. Steel engraving, 19th century.
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0020878
LOUIS X (1289-1316).
King of France, 1314-1316. As King Louis I of Navarre, 1309, receiving an account of the life of King Louis IX from its author, Jean de Joinville (1224-1317). French ms. illumination, c1340.
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0042498
ORLEANS SIEGE.
French assault on the ramparts of Orleans, May 8, 1429.
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0322778
BOY SCOUTS, 1924.
American Boy Scouts presenting a decorative wreath in memory of Calvin Coolidge, Jr., who had died two days previous. Photograph, 9 July 1924.
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0025526
THE BATTLE OF ORLEANS, 1429.
The Battle of the 'Herring' at Orleans, 1429. Miniature from Chronicle of the Reign of Charles VII.
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0076221
CHARLEMAGNE (742-814).
King of the Franks, 768-814, and Emperor of the West, 800-814. Wood engraving, German, 19th century, after a painting, c1512, by Albrecht Durer.
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0117898
FRENCH REVOLUTION: BADGE.
Badge of French Revolutionaries given at the Military School, l'Ecole de Mars.
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0322691
BOY SCOUTS, 1924.
A group of Boy Scouts with a decorative wreath. Photograph, 1924.
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0268948
LACEWORK, 16th CENTURY.
Italian gold thread lacework design depicting the cypher and arms of Henry III of France, 16th century.
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0127271
MARIE ANTOINETTE: BOOK.
Cover of a book belonging to Marie Antoinette, with her coat of arms, 18th century.
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0527682
ELLIS ISLAND: MAN, 1909.
Portrait of Peter Meyer, a Danish man at Ellis Island. Photograph by Augustus Sherman, 1909.
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0127481
SONG OF ROLAND, 778 A.D.
Roland, Charlemagne's nephew and the favorite of his twelve paladins, attacked with other Frankish forces (right) at Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees in 778 A.D., the basis of the epic 'Chanson de Roland.' Illumination from an edition of the 'Grandes Chroniques de France,' printed at Paris by Antoine Verard, 1493.
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0052288
PAPER: WATERMARK, c1690.
One of the early watermarks of William Rittenhouse, a fleur de lis bearing on its face a clover leaf, the town shield of Germantown, Pennsylavnia, where his mill was located.
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0019453
KING EDWARD I (1239-1307).
King of England, 1272-1307. Edward I of England doing homage to Philip the Fair of France in 1286. Manuscript illumination by Jean Fouquet, 1455-1460, from the 'Grandes Chroniques de France.'
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0359758
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Study for a doorway of the Quirinale Palace, drawing by Jacopo da Vignola (1507-1573), engraving published in 1648. Italy, 17th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0362218
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Majolica-enamelled tiles, Villa d'Este (UNESCO World Heritage List, 2001), Tivoli, Lazio, Italy. Full Credit: De Agostini / W. Buss / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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0021431
KING PHILIP II AUGUSTUS
(1165-1223) King of France, 1180-1223. The coronation of Philip Augustus, heir apparent of King Louis VII, by the Archbishop of Reims in 1179. French miniature, c1450.
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0165628
CHATEAU DE CHAMBORD.
Roof detail from the Château de Chambord in the Loire Valley, France, constructed in the 16th century. Photograph, mid-20th century.
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0094642
OXFORD: COAT OF ARMS.
Coat of arms of Trinity College, Oxford University, Oxford, England. Wood engraving, English, c1885.
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0103605
CLOVIS I (c466-511).
Baptism of Clovis I in 496 A.D. Illumination from the 'Great Chronicles of France,' 15th century.
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0035565
HUGH CAPET (c938-996).
King of France, 987-996. Hugh Capet receiving a book from a priest. French manuscript illumination, early 14th century.
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0021385
KING LOUIS XI OF FRANCE.
(1423-1483). King of France, 1461-83, and his court. French manuscript illumination, 15th century.
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0092585
ENGLISH COAT OF ARMS.
The coat of arms of King Henry IV (1367-1413) and his son, King Henry V (1387-1422) of England. Line engraving, 20th century.
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