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Constantine's Vision (by Bibliothèque Nationale de France) - Constantine I 's (r. 306-337 CE) vision and the Battle of the Milvian Bridge in a 9th-century Byzantine manuscript. Detail from folio 440 recto of manuscript BnF MS Gr510, dated 879-883 and containing the homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus. Bibliothque Nationale de France, Paris .

Constantine's Vision

Constantine's Vision (by Bibliothèque Nationale de France) - Constantine I 's (r. 306-337 CE) vision and the Battle of the Milvian Bridge in a 9th-century Byzantine manuscript. Detail from folio 440 recto of manuscript BnF MS Gr510, dated 879-883 and containing the homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus. Bibliothque Nationale de France, Paris .

Constantine's Conversion (by Peter Paul Rubens) - The Emblem of Christ Appearing to Constantine / Constantine's conversion , oil on panel painting by Peter Paul Rubens, 1622. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Constantine's Conversion

Constantine's Conversion (by Peter Paul Rubens) - The Emblem of Christ Appearing to Constantine / Constantine's conversion , oil on panel painting by Peter Paul Rubens, 1622. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Serpent Mound, Ohio (by Krista Backs) - Serpent Mound, Ohio. It was first positively dated and attributed to the Native American Adena culture (c. 800 BCE - 1 CE) but later excavations strongly suggested it was built by the natives of the so-called Fort Ancient culture (c. 1000-1750 CE) and, most likely, around 1070 CE.

Serpent Mound, Ohio

Serpent Mound, Ohio (by Krista Backs) - Serpent Mound, Ohio. It was first positively dated and attributed to the Native American Adena culture (c. 800 BCE - 1 CE) but later excavations strongly suggested it was built by the natives of the so-called Fort Ancient culture (c. 1000-1750 CE) and, most likely, around 1070 CE.

Serpent Mound (by Ann Merrill) - Serpent Mound, Ohio. It was first positively dated and attributed to the Native American Adena culture (c. 800 BCE - 1 CE) but later excavations strongly suggested it was built by the natives of the so-called Fort Ancient culture (c. 1000-1750 CE) and, most likely, around 1070 CE.

Serpent Mound

Serpent Mound (by Ann Merrill) - Serpent Mound, Ohio. It was first positively dated and attributed to the Native American Adena culture (c. 800 BCE - 1 CE) but later excavations strongly suggested it was built by the natives of the so-called Fort Ancient culture (c. 1000-1750 CE) and, most likely, around 1070 CE.

Charles I on Horseback by Anthony Van Dyck (by Google Cultural Institute) - A 1633 painting of Charles I of England (r. 1625-1649) by Anthony van Dyck. (Royal Collection, Windsor Castle )

Charles I on Horseback by Anthony Van Dyck (by Google Cultural Institute) - A 1633 painting of Charles I of England (r. 1625-1649) by Anthony van Dyck. (Royal Collection, Windsor Castle )

Charles I by Anthony Van Dyck (by Google Cultural Institute) - A c. 1635 painting of Charles I of England (r. 1625-1649) by Anthony van Dyck. (Royal Collection, London)

Charles I by Anthony Van Dyck (by Google Cultural Institute) - A c. 1635 painting of Charles I of England (r. 1625-1649) by Anthony van Dyck. (Royal Collection, London)

Cullinan I Diamond (by Unknown Artist) - The Cullinan I diamond, added to the Sovereign Sceptre of the British Crown Jewels in 1911. The diamond weighs 530 carats and is also known as the Star of Africa . The British Crown Jewels are kept in the Tower of London . (Detail from an image from G. Younghusband & C. Davenport, 'The Crown Jewe...

Cullinan I Diamond

Cullinan I Diamond (by Unknown Artist) - The Cullinan I diamond, added to the Sovereign Sceptre of the British Crown Jewels in 1911. The diamond weighs 530 carats and is also known as the Star of Africa . The British Crown Jewels are kept in the Tower of London . (Detail from an image from G. Younghusband & C. Davenport, 'The Crown Jewe...

Rough Cullinan Diamond (by Unknown Artist) - A 1908 photograph of the rough Cullinan diamond which was discovered in Transvaal, South Africa in 1905. The diamond weighed 3,106 carats. Nine large stones and 96 smaller ones were cut from the diamond. Cullinan I is now set in the Sovereign Sceptre and Cullinan II is set in the Imperial State C...

Rough Cullinan Diamond (by Unknown Artist) - A 1908 photograph of the rough Cullinan diamond which was discovered in Transvaal, South Africa in 1905. The diamond weighed 3,106 carats. Nine large stones and 96 smaller ones were cut from the diamond. Cullinan I is now set in the Sovereign Sceptre and Cullinan II is set in the Imperial State C...

Cullinan Diamonds I-IX (by Unknown Artist) - A 1908 photograph of the nine largest stones cut from the Cullinan Diamond which was discovered in Transvaal, South Africa in 1905. The stones are each named Cullinan I to IX after the owner of the mine in which it was found. Cullinan I is now set in the Sovereign Sceptre and Cullinan II is set i...

Cullinan Diamonds I-IX

Cullinan Diamonds I-IX (by Unknown Artist) - A 1908 photograph of the nine largest stones cut from the Cullinan Diamond which was discovered in Transvaal, South Africa in 1905. The stones are each named Cullinan I to IX after the owner of the mine in which it was found. Cullinan I is now set in the Sovereign Sceptre and Cullinan II is set i...

Queen Mary Wearing the Cullinan Diamonds (by Frédéric Bisson) - Queen Mary (l. 1876-1953), consort of George V of England (r. 1910-1936), wearing four of the famed Cullinan diamonds. She is wearing Cullinan I and Cullinan II on her sash and Cullinan III and Cullinan IV from her necklace. Detail of a photo taken 1911-14.

Queen Mary Wearing the Cullinan Diamonds

Queen Mary Wearing the Cullinan Diamonds (by Frédéric Bisson) - Queen Mary (l. 1876-1953), consort of George V of England (r. 1910-1936), wearing four of the famed Cullinan diamonds. She is wearing Cullinan I and Cullinan II on her sash and Cullinan III and Cullinan IV from her necklace. Detail of a photo taken 1911-14.

Blood Moon with Wolf (by Kalvicio de las Nieves) - Red moon with a wolf.

Blood Moon with Wolf

Blood Moon with Wolf (by Kalvicio de las Nieves) - Red moon with a wolf.

Model of Cahokia Mounds (by Thank You (21 Millions+) views) - Model of Cahokia Mounds, Illinois, which flourished between c. 650 - c. 1350 CE.

Model of Cahokia Mounds

Model of Cahokia Mounds (by Thank You (21 Millions+) views) - Model of Cahokia Mounds, Illinois, which flourished between c. 650 - c. 1350 CE.

Paleoindian Projectile Point Types (by National Park Service) - Types of projectile points of the Paleoindian period in North America. National Park Service, Southeast Archaeological Center

Paleoindian Projectile Point Types

Paleoindian Projectile Point Types (by National Park Service) - Types of projectile points of the Paleoindian period in North America. National Park Service, Southeast Archaeological Center

Babur, Mughal Emperor (by Unknown Artist) - A 17th-century painting of the emperor and founder of the Mughal Empire , Babur (l. 1483-1530), given name Zahr ud-Dn Muhammad . (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)

Babur, Mughal Emperor

Babur, Mughal Emperor (by Unknown Artist) - A 17th-century painting of the emperor and founder of the Mughal Empire , Babur (l. 1483-1530), given name Zahr ud-Dn Muhammad . (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)

Koh-i-Noor Armlet (Replica) (by shankar s.) - A replica of the enamelled gold armlet presented to Queen Victoria (r. 1837-1901) in 1850 after its acquisition from the Punjab following the Anglo-Sikh Wars (1845-49 CE). The central stone was the Koh-i-Noor diamond which the queen had recut as an oval brilliant. The stone is now part of the Bri...

Koh-i-Noor Armlet (Replica)

Koh-i-Noor Armlet (Replica) (by shankar s.) - A replica of the enamelled gold armlet presented to Queen Victoria (r. 1837-1901) in 1850 after its acquisition from the Punjab following the Anglo-Sikh Wars (1845-49 CE). The central stone was the Koh-i-Noor diamond which the queen had recut as an oval brilliant. The stone is now part of the Bri...

Queen Victoria Wearing the Koh-i-Noor (by Franz Xaver Winterhalter) - An 1856 painting of Queen Victoria (r. 1837-1901) by Franz Xaver Winterhalter. The queen is wearing a pendant with the Koh-i-Noor diamond. The Koh-i-Noor is a 105.6 carat, oval-cut brilliant. Mined in India , the stone is now part of the British Crown Jewels and kept in the Tower of London . (Roy...

Queen Victoria Wearing the Koh-i-Noor (by Franz Xaver Winterhalter) - An 1856 painting of Queen Victoria (r. 1837-1901) by Franz Xaver Winterhalter. The queen is wearing a pendant with the Koh-i-Noor diamond. The Koh-i-Noor is a 105.6 carat, oval-cut brilliant. Mined in India , the stone is now part of the British Crown Jewels and kept in the Tower of London . (Roy...