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Reunion Group Exhibition Andlab, Los Angeles, CA

Reunion Group Exhibition Andlab, Los Angeles, CA

In the late 6th century BCE, the small city-state of Rome overthrew the shackles of monarchy and created a republican government that, in theory if not always in practice, represented the wishes of its citizens. From this basis the city would go on to conquer all of the Italian peninsula and large parts of the Mediterranean world and beyond. The Republic and its institutions of government would endure for five centuries, until, wrecked by civil wars, it would transform into a Principate…

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Sir Nathaniel Dance-HollandThe Meeting of Dido and Aeneas exhibited 1766

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Paul Delaroche - The execution of Lady Jane Grey --- 1834.  This painting always astounds me, its scale, its details and its contrasts are just breathtaking

Painted in 1833 by Paul Delaroche. Lady Jane Grey, queen of england for nine days at her execution.HD Wallpaper and background photos of The Execution of Lady Jane Grey for fans of Kings and Queens images.

Stanhope Alexander Forbes, 'The Health of the Bride' 1889

Stanhope Alexander Forbes ‘The Health of the Bride’, 1889 © The estate of Stanhope Alexander Forbes. All Rights Reserved 2016 / Bridgeman Images

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What U.S. History Would Have Been Like With Hashtags

La Santa Cena [Juan de Juanes] (La Última Cena / The Last Supper)

The Blind Fiddler (1806). Sir David Wilkie (Scottish,...

The Blind Fiddler Sir David Wilkie (Scottish, Oil paint on mahogany. An itinerant fiddler is playing for a humble country family. Wilkie focuses on the listeners’ different.

Augustus Leopold Egg, 'Past and Present, No. 1' 1858

Augustus Leopold Egg, 'Past and Present, No.

Vincenzo Camuccini - Ptolemy II Philadelphus founds the Library of Alexandria

Vincenzo Camuccini - Ptolemy II Philadelphus founds the Library of Alexandria - Fine Art Copy

The new British Museum exhibition in London, 'Life and Death in Pompeii and   Herculaneum', gives an extraordinary insight into the diet of the ancient   Romans who lived under the volcano, writes Bee Wilson

Pompeii exhibition: the food and drink of the ancient Roman cities

The new British Museum exhibition in London, 'Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum', gives an extraordinary insight into the diet of the ancient Romans who lived under the volcano, writes Bee Wilson

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