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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Crusader castle Krak des Chevaliers (1140-1260), Syria

Crusader castle Krak des Chevaliers (1140-1260), Syria Crusaiders castle Krak des Chevaliers (1140-1260), Syria

Background imageRelated Images Collection: LEBANON: BEIRUT, c1895. View of Beirut, Lebanon. Photochrome, c1895

LEBANON: BEIRUT, c1895. View of Beirut, Lebanon. Photochrome, c1895

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Emir Faisal at Wejh (now in Saudi Arabia)

Emir Faisal at Wejh (now in Saudi Arabia)
Emir Faisal (1883-1933) at Wejh (now in Saudi Arabia) during the First World War. He later became Faisal I of Iraq. He directed the Arab revolt against the Ottomans in 1916

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria and Lebanon holiday poster

Syria and Lebanon holiday poster
La Syrie et Le Liban. Travel poster from French company PLM advertising Syria and Lebanon as holiday destinations. A charabanc makes its way up a winding mountain road

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Burj Safita, Syria XAWF04840

Burj Safita, Syria XAWF04840
Chastel Blanc, or Burj Safita, Tartous Governorate, Syria. Built in the 12th century by the Knights Templar as one of a string of Crusader fortifications in the area

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890)

Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890)
Photograph of Sir Richard Francis Burton, the English explorer, linguist and diplomat. A master of up to 30 languages, Burton made a pilgrimage to Mecca disguised as a Pathan in 1853

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria

Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria
Salah Ad-Din Yusuf Ibn Ayyub, known as Saladin, Muslim Sultan of Egypt and Syria (reigned 1174-1193)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dura Europos, Syria, Middle East

Dura Europos, Syria, Middle East

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bible of Royaumont, Old Testament: War of Naaman. Naaman

Bible of Royaumont, Old Testament: War of Naaman. Naaman
XEE4138446 Bible of Royaumont, Old Testament: War of Naaman. Naaman, general of the army of the King of Syria, came to find the Prophete Elisee to be healed of his leprosy. Illustration from 1811

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mideastern shepherd

Mideastern shepherd
Shepherd carrying a lamb in the Middle East. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The siege of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin (1138-1193) (Salah al Din Yusuf al-Ayyubi

The siege of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin (1138-1193) (Salah al Din Yusuf al-Ayyubi
XEE4156596 The siege of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin (1138-1193) (Salah al Din Yusuf al-Ayyubi (al Ayyubi) - The Christians leave Jerusalem under the gaze of Saladin - Sultan of Egypt and Syria

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Grand Portico of the Temple of Philae - Nubia, 1842-1849 (tinted lithograph)

Grand Portico of the Temple of Philae - Nubia, 1842-1849 (tinted lithograph)
985994 Grand Portico of the Temple of Philae - Nubia, 1842-1849 (tinted lithograph) by Roberts, David (1796-1864); 62.5x45 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841

Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841. Artist: Henry Adlard
Hadgi (Mecca pilgrims) encamped near Antioch, on the banks of the Orontes, Turkey, 1841. From Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, volume I, by John Carne, published by Fisher, Son & Co

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria - Maaloula - Ancient Hillside town

Syria - Maaloula - Ancient Hillside town. It is known as the last surviving place where Western Aramaic (Aramaic of Jesus) is still spoken. Date: 1910

Background imageRelated Images Collection: GRAPEVINE, 1229. A grapevine from an Arabic manuscript of Dioscorides De Materia Medica

GRAPEVINE, 1229. A grapevine from an Arabic manuscript of Dioscorides De Materia Medica, northern Iraq or Syria, 1229

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Antiochus III of Syria returns Scipios captured son

Antiochus III of Syria returns Scipios captured son
Antiochus III of Syria, though an enemy, returns the Roman leader Scipio Africanuss captured son without demanding a ransom

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Temple of Ramesses II, Abu Simbel, c. 1860s. Creator: Antonio Beato (British, c. 1825-1903)

Temple of Ramesses II, Abu Simbel, c. 1860s. Creator: Antonio Beato (British, c. 1825-1903)
Temple of Ramesses II, Abu Simbel, c. 1860s. Du Camp was the first photographer to depict the marvels of ancient Egypt. In 1849 a scholarly association commissioned the young writer to document

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Assyrian residential complex, visual reconstruction

Assyrian residential complex, visual reconstruction
Illustration of a Assyrian residential complex, visual reconstruction

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria, Krak des Chevaliers, fortress on hilltop

Syria, Krak des Chevaliers, fortress on hilltop
Mar 2002, Castle of the Knights

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria, Fortress of Knights

Syria, Fortress of Knights
Krak des Chevaliers, Fortress of knights, landscape

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria - Jewish Workers producing Engraved Brasswork

Syria - Jewish Workers producing Engraved Brasswork Date: circa 1905

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Antioch (Antakya), Turkey

Antioch (Antakya), Turkey
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. Founded in the 4th century BC, eventually rivalling Alexandria as the greatest Near Eastern City

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Jinar, 15 year old girl in front of a 200 year old

Jinar, 15 year old girl in front of a 200 year old beehive house in the desert, Ebla area, Syria, Middle East

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The River Euphrates at Deir Ez-Zur

The River Euphrates at Deir Ez-Zur, Syria, Middle East

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syria, Al-Zawiya Mountain Region, The Dead Cities, Al Bara, the most extensive of

Syria, Al-Zawiya Mountain Region, The Dead Cities, Al Bara, the most extensive of the Dead Cities

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Caravan Reposing, in the Hauran; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called... 1875

Caravan Reposing, in the Hauran; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called... 1875. Creator: Unknown
Caravan Reposing, in the Hauran; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the Giant Cities of Bashan, 1875. From Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Saint Jerome in the Wilderness, 1475-1480. Creator: Bernardino Pinturicchio

Saint Jerome in the Wilderness, 1475-1480. Creator: Bernardino Pinturicchio
Saint Jerome in the Wilderness, 1475-1480. Saint Jerome (ca. 347-420), one of the four Latin Fathers of the Church (along with Saints Augustine, Ambrose, and Gregory the Great)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The late Admiral Sir Baldwin Walker, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The late Admiral Sir Baldwin Walker, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The late Admiral Sir Baldwin Walker, 1876. Engraving from a photograph by Messrs. Maull and Co. Walker...entered the Navy in 1812 [aged 10]...and continued in the active service of his own country

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Page from an Herbal Manuscript (image 2 of 2), 13th century. Creator: Unknown

Page from an Herbal Manuscript (image 2 of 2), 13th century. Creator: Unknown
Page from an Herbal Manuscript (image 2 of 2), 13th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Antiochus tries to hide the love for his mother Stratonice, 1775. Creator: Jean Grandjean

Antiochus tries to hide the love for his mother Stratonice, 1775. Creator: Jean Grandjean
Antiochus tries to hide the love for his mother Stratonice, 1775

Background imageRelated Images Collection: View near Kunawat; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the Giant Cities... 1875

View near Kunawat; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the Giant Cities... 1875. Creator: Unknown
View near Kunawat; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the Giant Cities of Bashan, 1875. From Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates. [Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c1880, London] and Galpin

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Syrian Vineyard Workers Pausing for a Meal (recto); Text with Table (verso), published 1486

Syrian Vineyard Workers Pausing for a Meal (recto); Text with Table (verso), published 1486. Creator: Erhard Reuwich
Syrian Vineyard Workers Pausing for a Meal (recto); Text with Table (verso), published 1486. From Sanctae Peregrinationes by Breydenbach (Mainz, 1486)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Natives and Costumes in Syria; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the... 1875

Natives and Costumes in Syria; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the... 1875. Creator: Unknown
Natives and Costumes in Syria; The Stone Towns of Central Syria, otherwise called the Giant Cities of Bashan, 1875. From Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870. Creator: Felix Bonfils

Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870. Creator: Felix Bonfils
Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Female Figure, 2nd millennium B.C.. Creator: Unknown

Female Figure, 2nd millennium B.C.. Creator: Unknown
Female Figure, 2nd millennium B.C

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Deity, 15th-12th century B.C.. Creator: Unknown

Deity, 15th-12th century B.C.. Creator: Unknown
Deity, 15th-12th century B.C

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Desert Route - Khan near Nahar-el-Kelb, the Ancient Lycus, three leagues from Beyrout, 1857

The Desert Route - Khan near Nahar-el-Kelb, the Ancient Lycus, three leagues from Beyrout, 1857. Creator: Unknown
The Desert Route - Khan near Nahar-el-Kelb, the Ancient Lycus, three leagues from Beyrout, 1857. The Khan, as you perceive, is a wretched old affair, damp, and full of rubbish

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Noonday Shelter, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Noonday Shelter, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Noonday Shelter, 1857. Middle Eastern scene. Here we come upon a wild son of the desert, who, together with his camel, is luxuriating in the shade afforded by the hut and the palm-tree

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Children's Fancy-Dress Ball given by the Viscountess Stratford de Redcliffe, at the British Embassy

Children's Fancy-Dress Ball given by the Viscountess Stratford de Redcliffe, at the British Embassy
Children's Fancy-Dress Ball given by the Viscountess Stratford de Redcliffe, at the British Embassy, at Pera, 1856. Party thrown by the wife of the British Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Antiochus and Stratonice, 1671-1675. Creator: Gerard de Lairesse

Antiochus and Stratonice, 1671-1675. Creator: Gerard de Lairesse
Antiochus and Stratonice, 1671-1675. By taking Antiochus pulse when Stratonice enters the room, the physician discovers that the love for his stepmother is the cause of Antiochus illness

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Saint Simeon the Stylite, 1807. Creator: Greek School

Saint Simeon the Stylite, 1807. Creator: Greek School
Saint Simeon the Stylite, 1807

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Robe, Syria, Ottoman period, 19th century. Creator: Unknown

Robe, Syria, Ottoman period, 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Robe, Syria, Ottoman period, 19th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Prince of Wales Visit to the East: arrival of His Royal Highness at Beyrout, 1862

The Prince of Wales Visit to the East: arrival of His Royal Highness at Beyrout, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Prince of Wales Visit to the East: arrival of His Royal Highness at Beyrout, 1862. The future King Edward VII in the Middle East. Engraving from a sketch by M

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Attack of the People of Hams (recto), Calligraphy (verso), Folio from a Tarikh-i Alfi, c1594

Attack of the People of Hams (recto), Calligraphy (verso), Folio from a Tarikh-i Alfi, c1594. Creator: Unknown
Attack of the People of Hams (recto), Calligraphy (verso), Folio from a Tarikh-i Alfi, c1594

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Siege of Dapur by Ramesses II (1269 BC), chromolithograph, 1879

Siege of Dapur by Ramesses II (1269 BC), chromolithograph, 1879
Ramesses IIs victory over the Cheta people and the Siege of Dapur (Syria) in 1269 BC during the campain against the Hittite Empire

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wool Tapestry Fragment, 3rd century. Creator: Unknown

Wool Tapestry Fragment, 3rd century. Creator: Unknown
Wool Tapestry Fragment, 3rd century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nude Female Dancers from a Tunic, 700s. Creator: Unknown

Nude Female Dancers from a Tunic, 700s. Creator: Unknown
Nude Female Dancers from a Tunic, 700s. Two rare nude female dancers with anklets and long scarves draped around their shoulders hold branches and pomegranates in their hands

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent, Syria

Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent, Syria
Portrait of middle aged Bedouin woman with face tattoos outside her tent in the Syrian desert in Syria. She looks directly at the camera Date: 2005



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