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Choose from 110 pictures in our 1st Century Ad collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Dead Sea scroll fragment, 1st century AD Featured Print

Dead Sea scroll fragment, 1st century AD

Dead Sea scroll fragment. These scrolls, found in caves between 1947 and 1979 on the north-western shore of the Dead Sea, include some of the earliest surviving biblical documents. This fragment is known as the War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness, the War Rule, or 4Q491. It is a military text that is written in Herodian script (the language used at the time of King Herod) and dates to the early 1st century AD. It describes an apocalyptic prophecy, stating that war would occur between the Sons of Light (the Jewish army) and the Sons of Darkness (the troops of the Kittim of Assyria). Matson Photo Service image

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The Temple of Isis and Kiosk of Trajan on the Island of Philae, Egypt, 1898. Creator Featured Print

The Temple of Isis and Kiosk of Trajan on the Island of Philae, Egypt, 1898. Creator

The Temple of Isis and Kiosk of Trajan on the Island of Philae, Egypt, 1898. Trajan's Kiosk was built between the 1st century BC and the 2nd century AD, and contains reliefs depicting the Roman Emperor Trajan. Der Isis Kiosk auf der Insel Philae'. From "Rund um die Erde" [Round the Earth], written and illustrated by C. W. Allers. [Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Stuttgart, 1898]

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Entrance to the Valley of Petra., c1880. Artist: John Douglas Woodward Featured Print

Entrance to the Valley of Petra., c1880. Artist: John Douglas Woodward

Entrance to the Valley of Petra., c1880. Arch marking the way into the Nabataean city of Petra, now in Jordan. Nabataea was conquered by the Roman emperor Trajan in 106 AD, and annexed to the Roman Empire. This view is possibly of a Roman triumphal arch, spanning the Siq (main entrance to the site), which collapsed in 1896 following an earthquake

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