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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map of the Empire of King Alexander the Great

Map of the Empire of King Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon 356323 BC), from Greece in the west to India in the east. Date: 1807

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tuareg making tea, Sebha, Ubari, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Tuareg making tea, Sebha, Ubari, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prophets and Sibyls: Libyan Sibyl (Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican), 1508-1512

Prophets and Sibyls: Libyan Sibyl (Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican), 1508-1512. Found in the collection of The Sistine Chapel, Vatican

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Said Al Idris Senussi of Libya returns to Ajdabiya, WW2

Said Al Idris Senussi of Libya returns to Ajdabiya, WW2
After 22 years in exile Said Al Idris Senussi of Libya comes home to Ajdabiya during the Second World War Date: 1944

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Political Map of Africa

Political Map of Africa
Vector Illustration of the policital map of Africa Reference map as created by the US Central Intelligence Agency

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Apostle Pauls Missionary Journeys, lithograph, published in 1886

Apostle Pauls Missionary Journeys, lithograph, published in 1886
Apostle Pauls Missionary Journeys: 1st (green); 2nd (red); 3rd (blue); last to Rome (yellow). Lithograph, published in 1886. Paul travelled over 10, 000 miles proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map of the Ancient Persian Empire

Map of the Ancient Persian Empire, encompassing Greece to the north west, Arabia to the south east, Egypt and Libya to the south west and deep in the Caucasus in the north east. Date: 1798

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A still image from Ice Cold In Alex (1958)

A still image from Ice Cold In Alex (1958)
Harry Andrews as Pugh, Sylvia Syms as Sister Diana Murdoch and John Mills as captain Anson push an ambulance across the Libyan desert in Jack Lee Thompsons Ice Cold In Alex

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Benghazi, Libya - Lungomare

Benghazi, Libya - Lungomare
Benghazi, Libya - the " Lungomare" (sea-walk) built by the Italians. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Roman mosaic dating from the 2nd century AD

Roman mosaic dating from the 2nd century AD, from the Villa of the Nile at Leptis Magna, Jamahiriya Museum, Tripoli, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius

LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius Severus. Forum built after the rise to the empire of Lucius Septimius Severus in 193. Sculptural detail with Gorgons head. Roman art. Early Empire

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa Political Map

Africa Political Map
Antique illustration of a Africa Political Map from 1893

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Apache Helicopter Takes off from HMS Ocean During Operation Ellamy

Apache Helicopter Takes off from HMS Ocean During Operation Ellamy
An Army Air Corps Apache helicopter takes off from HMS Ocean during Operation Ellamy, the UKs contribution to UNSCR1973 in the Mediterranean Sea

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert, North west Africa - two camels stride across the sand, accompanied by their Bedouin owner. Date: circa 1915

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Homeric cosmogony

Homeric cosmogony. Map of the Earth based on the myths and knowledge of the Ancient Greeks at the time of Homer (1st or 2nd millennium BC)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: In the erg of Ubari, the Umm-el Ma (Mother of the Waters) Lake, Libya, North Africa

In the erg of Ubari, the Umm-el Ma (Mother of the Waters) Lake, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small

Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small lake

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Um el Ma Oasis, date palms and sand dunes, Libyan Desert, Libya, Sahara, North Africa, Africa

Um el Ma Oasis, date palms and sand dunes, Libyan Desert, Libya, Sahara, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Shifting Sands of the Libyan Sahara

Shifting Sands of the Libyan Sahara
Towering sand dunes full of deep black shadows, sunlit crests and folds in the Ubari Sand Sea, Libyan Sahara

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stuka

Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stuka
Loose Formation Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stukas of 5/St.G 2 Flying over Tmimi, Libya During WW2 Date: 1940s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: One man and his dog

One man and his dog
A typical example of Saharan Pastoral Neolithic rock art painted between somewhere 5000 BC and 2000 BC. This scene depicts a hunter walking with a spear

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Cockpit of a Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 Aircraft

The Cockpit of a Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 Aircraft
Photograph of a Tornado GR4 Cockpit from 2 Sqn, RAF Marham. Tornado GR4 aircraft are currently being used during Operation Ellamy, the UN sanctioned no fly zone over Libya

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889

Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889. Carved wood and cotton. Case: Gift of the Moshav movement, through Rabbi Menahem Hacohen and Bracha Yaniv, Survey of Synagogues

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Benghazi, Libya

Benghazi, Libya - street scene. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: In the oasis of Ghadames, UNESCO world heritage, Libya

In the oasis of Ghadames, UNESCO world heritage, Libya

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Theatre, Sabratha, Libya

Theatre, Sabratha, Libya
The Roman Theatre of Sabratha in Libya. The magnificent late 3rd century theatre, that retains its three-storey architectural backdrop

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A camel is seen on a road near the north of the besieged city of Bani Walid

A camel is seen on a road near the north of the besieged city of Bani Walid October 3, 2011. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (LIBYA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) - GM1E7A31KKQ01

Background imageRelated Images Collection: British monitor HMS Terror, WW1

British monitor HMS Terror, WW1
HMS Terror, a British Erebus-class monitor (small warship), seen here during the First World War. Launched 1916, served during the First and Second World Wars, damaged and sunk off Damah, Libya

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Oracle of Jupiter-Ammon

Oracle of Jupiter-Ammon
ZEUS/JUPITER AMMON - the Libyan/Egyptian form of the god, who had a famous oracle at the oasis of Siwwa, Libya

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Muslim man praying in the desert, Sebha, Ubari, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Muslim man praying in the desert, Sebha, Ubari, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Blood moon over Libyan desert

Blood moon over Libyan desert
Composite image of the blood moon created by the lunar eclipse and the Acacus mountains in the Libyan desert

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Image of a Tornado GR4 from 15 Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth

Image of a Tornado GR4 from 15 Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth. Taking part in a Role Demo at the RAF International Waddington Airshow back in 2012

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map of the war in North Africa by G. H. Davis

Map of the war in North Africa by G. H. Davis
The war in North Africa: a strategic contour map of the desert arena during the Second World War. Conflict began there in September 1940. Date: 1942

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Union Jack Flies Over Tobruk, 1942

The Union Jack Flies Over Tobruk, 1942. From The War Illustrated Volume 6 edited by Sir John Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, 1942]

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tripoli Palace

Tripoli Palace
The Governors Palace in Tripoli, Libya, later the Peoples Palace, circa 1930. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Libya / Darnah

Libya / Darnah
(formerly known as Derna) The harbour viewed from inland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tanks Near Tobruk

Tanks Near Tobruk
North Africa : a German tank destroys a British tank in Marmarica, during the fiercely contested battle for Tobruk, Libya

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map / North Africa 19C

Map / North Africa 19C
Tunisia and Tripoli (now largely Libya)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Events / Africa / Libya

Events / Africa / Libya
The U.S. wages war on Algerian pirates : Stephen Decaturs life is saved when Reuben James interposes his head between a pirate sword and his commander

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20066303

20066303
LIBYA Cyrene Statue of the Three Graces exhibited in the Museum.

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Prophet Obadiah and the Libyan Sibyl, 1492-1495

The Prophet Obadiah and the Libyan Sibyl, 1492-1495. Found in the Collection of Apostolic Palace, Vatican

Background imageRelated Images Collection: LIBYA. Tadrart Acacus. Representation of giraffes

LIBYA. Tadrart Acacus. Representation of giraffes (12.000-8000 BC). Neolithic art. Cave

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Temple of Demeter, Cyrene, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa

The Temple of Demeter, Cyrene, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sandstorm, satellite image

Sandstorm, satellite image
Sandstorm, Aqua satellite image. Cloud of sand stretching into the Mediterranean Sea (blue). The sand is being blown from the Great Sand Sea

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The theater of the old city of Sabratha, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya

The theater of the old city of Sabratha, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Severan Forum, Roman site of Leptis Magna, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya

Severan Forum, Roman site of Leptis Magna, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Severan Forum with gorgon head, Roman site of Leptis Magna, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Severan Forum with gorgon head, Roman site of Leptis Magna, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mosaic at the Seaward Bath, Roman site of Sabratha, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Mosaic at the Seaward Bath, Roman site of Sabratha, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa



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