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[Holy Roman Emperor (Maximilian I(?) 1459-1519) and Empress holding model of Bamberg cathedral between them]

[Roman soldiers bearing the trophies in triumph]

[Page form the vellum copy of the Antoine Verard edition of Roman de la Rose (1493) in the Rosenwald Collection, illustrated with 3 hand-colored woodcuts of woman in domestic situations]

[Hroswitha (10th Century nun, poet, and chronicler) presenting her works to Otto I (912-973), King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor]

The battle of Zama

Head of Cupid

[Allegorical scene during Second Punic war, showing Roman galleys in background; with old man and women in foreground]

[Remains of a Roman sepulchre]

[Surface and substrata layers of Roman road construction]

[Roman Colosseum]

[3 people working in a composing room, various pieces of loose type and a composing stick with letters inserted in it and three justified lines of type including both roman and italic letters]

A view of the lines thrown up, on Boston Neck, by the Ministerial Army / B. Romans.

The landing in England / W. Roberts.

[Plans, sections, and elevations of classical Greek and Roman temples] / G. Heck, dirt. ; Henry Winkles sculp.

[Greek and Roman sculpture, including Phidias' statue of Pallas in the Parthenon, several of Venus, Diana the Huntress, and others] / G. Heck, dirt. ; Henry Winkles, sculpt.

[Details from the Circensian games, Ancient Rome: fig. 1 procession on horseback around the spina; fig. 2 racing on hrosebck; fig. 3 chariot races; fig. 4 groudn plan of the Circus Neronis]

[Roman scenes] / G. Heck, dirt. ; Henry Winkles, sculp.

Gov. A.B. Roman of LA

Gov. A.B. Roman of LA

Roman pier. Assouan

[Design drawing for stained glass triptych window showing crucifixion with text "Remember O Lord Your servants ... " for St. Jude's Roman Catholic Church in Detroit, Michigan]

[Design drawing for stained glass for typical taller Nave window showing St. Cunegunda, with lillies and bread; and St. Hedwig, with model, and crown (on mid grid) for SS Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in Detroit, Michigan]

Columns of San Lorenzo. Part of Roman temple of Hercules

Verona. Roman amphitheatre, A.D. 81

Avignon. Old Roman bridge. Pont Rompu

Roman Catholic mission near Fort Colville, 1860

Pont Du Gard. Roman acqueduct[sic]. Supplying Nîmes

Verona. Roman amphitheatre, A.D. 81

Kisherer? - the Roman Catholic mission on the left bank of the Kootenay [i.e., Kootenai] River, south of the boundary in Washington Territory, 1861

Roman Catholic Cathederal, Charleston, S.C.

Consecration of the Roman Catholic Cathedral at Philadelphia, Nov. 20 - Bishop Wood blessing the walls / from a sketch by our special artist, F.H. Schell.

Ruins of the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Interior view

Broad St., Charleston, S.C., looking East, with the ruins of the Roman Catholic Cathedral and St. Michael's church in the distance

Interior of the Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. John and St. Finbar, Broad Street, Charleston, S.C., destroyed by the great fire of 1861

Panoramic view, the ruins of Charleston, S.C., Roman Catholic Cathedral in the distance

Inscription du pont romain de Lydda Inscription on the Roman bridge at Lydda / / Bonfils.

Holy Roman Catholic faith

The rock of the ever standing" Roman Catholic Church"

[Greek or Roman warrior brandishing spear]

[Lasker as Christ being attacked in Senate Forum and ordered out by "Pontius Pilate" figure]

Roman Catholic Church, 5th Ave. 50th and 51st, New York City

History repeats itself / J. Keppler.

Vue de la ville et l'Acropole, prise du théâtre Roman, Pergame / Sébah & Joaillier.

The Pope's Dream - A Roman Catholic America

[Sculpture of Roman couple exhibited in Palace of Fine Arts, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Roman house and Gallo-Roman house in the History of Habitation exhibit, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Arles. Roman arch

[Roman bridge over the Gard, constructed by Agrippa, Nîmes, France]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, II, Bath, England]

"Brown, J., an' Harlan, J., is discussin' th' condition in th' Roman Impire befure th' fire ..." / F. Opper.

[Roman Baths and Abbey, Bath, England]

[Celerina, Old Roman Church of St. Gian, Aargau, Switzerland]

[The roman arch and the church, Aix, France]

[Roman bridge I, Bettws-y-Coed (i.e. Betws), Wales]

[Roman theatre, interior, Orange, Provence, France]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, IV, Bath, England]

[View from the Roman Chapel, Baden-Baden, Baden, Germany]

[Roman bridge II, Bettws-y-Coed (i.e. Betws), Wales]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, III, Bath, England]

[Roman Baths and Abbey, Circular Bath, Bath, England]

[Roman theatre, Orange, Provence, France]

[Eugene Sandow, full-length portrait, standing, leaning on column, facing left, wearing wrestling leotard, Roman sandles, and six pointed star pendant]

Old Roman acqueduct [sic] at Constantine

[Man dresses as Roman with raised arm standing on steps above body of another man in Roman dress]

Senator Teller: issuing bonds is like pouring water in a sieve

Head of Minerva

[Roman presenting gift to woman in modern dress watched by crowd of people dressed in costumes from other ages]

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Trans-Jordan. Petra. Funeral chapel of the Roman style.

Antique Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

The Temple area. Jerusalem. Tower of Antonia. (Site of the Roman castle).

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

[Ruins of Roman Odeon at Amman, Jordan]

Antique Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Roman aqueduct from Pools of Solomon to Jerusalem

Antique Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

Samaria, pillars of the Roman Basilica

Antique Roman glass

Roman glass. Copies of valuable Roman glass

Samaria, stairway ascending to Roman temple

Roman loculi (Jerusalem?)

Antique Roman glass

Antique Roman glass

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