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Images Dated 11th February 2016

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Antique illustration of palace of Sargon II (Dur-Sharrukin, Khorsabad, Iraq) Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Antique illustration of palace of Sargon II (Dur-Sharrukin, Khorsabad, Iraq)

Antique illustration of view (drawing) of the front of the palace of the Assyrian king Sargon II (8th century BC), called Dur-Sharrukin ('Fort Sargon or Fortress of Sargon'a??), a city-palace. Dur-Sharrukin is now Khorsabad a village in northern Iraq, near Mosul and the buildings have been destroyed by Daesh. The picture features: parts of the palace on the wide walled terrace accessed by monumental stairs, the main entrance (one of the seven gates that pierced the walls), with the great walls and four of the 157 towers that protected the settlement: the inside garden. The walls and the palace were richly decorated with relief-carved stone. Drawing by Viollet-Le-Duc

© ilbusca

Violet, Primrose, Evening Primrose, Oxlip, Cowslip, Victorian Botanical Illustration Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Violet, Primrose, Evening Primrose, Oxlip, Cowslip, Victorian Botanical Illustration

Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Violet, Primrose, Oenothera, Evening Primrose, Oxlip, Lady's-slipper orchid, Cowslip, Victorian Botanical Illustration, from The Flowering Plants and Ferns of Great Britain, Published in 1846. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

© Craig McCausland

Antique illustration of the Cumean Sibyl Featured 11 Feb 2016 Print

Antique illustration of the Cumean Sibyl

Antique illustration of the Cumean Sibyl, drawing by Charles Kreutzberger from a painting by Elihu Vedder (19th-20th century American painter). The Sibyl was the priestess and prophetess presiding over the Apollonian oracle at Cumae (ancient city of Magna Graecia in Italy near Naples). She is depicted as a woman, half naked and wearing jewels, walking with a stick and holding papers with the prophecy. Behind the Sibyl a wild countyside landscape with the Mount Vesuvius

© ilbusca