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Codices Gallery

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Choose from 140 pictures in our Codices collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache Featured Print

Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache

XIR177171 Ahmet III, 2127 Illustration from De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (gouache on paper) by Mesopotamian, (13th century BC); Topkapi Palace Library, Istanbul, Turkey; (add.info.: manuscript was made in Northern Mesopotamia in 1229, and was copied by Abu Yusuf Bihnam b. Musa b. Yusuf al-Mawsili for Shams al-Din Abua€™l Fadaa€™il Muhammad.Dioscorides and a disciple, holding a mandrake By Yusuf al Mawsili MS NoA2127 In this version the artist has depicted a male pupil in place of the woman, personifying Heuresis (explanation) found in Classical/Byzantine texts Culture: Islamic Date/Period: December 1228 Place of Origin: Mosul, Iraq ); out of copyright
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Engraving of Rosetta from the book A Non-Military Journal or Observations Made Featured Print

Engraving of Rosetta from the book A Non-Military Journal or Observations Made

Engraving of Rosetta from the book "A Non-Military Journal or Observations Made in Egypt" by Major General Sir Charles William Doyle. Sir Charles William Doyle (1770 - 1842) was with Lord Abercromby at the battle of Mandora (13th March 1801) and was injured at the battle of Alexandria (21st March 1801) during the Napoleonic Wars. He was sent to Rosetta to recuparate following his injury. Country of Origin:England. Date/Period: 1803. Place of Origin: Printed in London. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Private Collection. Location 140

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Detail of a page from the Codex Becker depicting two war-chiefs Featured Print

Detail of a page from the Codex Becker depicting two war-chiefs

Detail of a page from the Codex Becker depicting two war-chiefs. The figure on the left indicates submission with his left hand while the one on the right is issuing orders. As Cortes and his followers progressed inland meetings took place between tribal leaders. Some decided to join the Spaniards. Country of Origin: Mexico. Culture: probably Mixtec. Date/Period: ca. 1450-1550. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Museum fur Volkerkunde, Vienna . Location: 32.This picture was

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