Extraordinary Overflowing of the Nile illustration from the kings tombs in Thebes by Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823)… Extraordinary Overflowing of the Nile illustration from the kings tombs in Thebes by Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823)… Free from public domain license
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Plate 41 : Colossal Head of Red Granite illustration from the kings tombs in Thebes by Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823)… Plate 41 : Colossal Head of Red Granite illustration from the kings tombs in Thebes by Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823)… Free from public domain license
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Vintage illustration of Example of the Predominance of Full on Voids of Prison d'Aix, in Provence, built by Ledoux Vintage illustration of Example of the Predominance of Full on Voids of Prison d'Aix, in Provence, built by Ledoux
Vintage illustration of Architecture in Piccadilly published in 1870 by Arthur Cates (1829-1901). Vintage illustration of Architecture in Piccadilly published in 1870 by Arthur Cates (1829-1901).
Amsterdam canal Houses on the Herengracht 442, 446 and 448 by Johan Teyler (1648 -1709) Original from The Rijksmuseum.… Amsterdam canal Houses on the Herengracht 442, 446 and 448 by Johan Teyler (1648 -1709) Original from The Rijksmuseum.… Free from public domain license
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