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"Decree: The Power to Shape History" From the enchanting verses of Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" to the intricate illustrations found in the Decretum

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Decree Collection: Coleridge - Kubla Khan
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Decree Collection: Money agreement. Illustration from Decretum
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Decree Collection: Tsar Nicholas II reading the Opening Decree to the Duma
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Decree Collection: Emperor Napoleon III and Baron Haussmann
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Decree Collection: Elizabeth I (1533-1603) of england decrees the death of Mary
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Decree Collection: Spanish Civil War Poster Edited By The Departament
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Decree Collection: Satirical cartoon, Evacuation of Holland and Brabant
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Decree Collection: Foundation of the city of San Miguel de Ibarra in 1606 (oil on canvas)
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Decree Collection: Imperial Edict, China, 1879, Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Proclamation from President George Washington (1732-99) setting apart Thursday
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Decree Collection: The Finding of Moses, c. 1555-75 (oil on canvas)
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Decree Collection: The Rosetta Stone, the key to deciphering Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs (litho)
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Decree Collection: Finding of Moses (Auffindung des Moses), c. 1920 (lithograph in black and gold)
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Decree Collection: Detail of a Firman authorising the Capuchin order of monks to travel in the east, c
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Decree Collection: Zadoc Kahn installed as Chief Rabbi of France 1890
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Decree Collection: The Proclamation Of The Holy Year, The Pontifical Cursors Carry The Papal Bull In The Three
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Decree Collection: Kubla Khan (engraving)
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Decree Collection: The Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV issues the Golden Bull of 1356 (engraving)
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Decree Collection: Ms 150 f. 61v A Judgement, from the Decrets de St. Gregoire IX (vellum)
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Decree Collection: Costume design for Marshal Cantalabutte, from Sleeping Beauty, 1921 (colour litho)
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Decree Collection: Queen Catharine, of Aragon, Denies the Right of the Ecclesiastical Court to Adjudge her Cause
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Decree Collection: A Firman authorising the Capuchin order of monks to travel in the east, c
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Decree Collection: After Richelieus decree against Duelling (gravure)
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Decree Collection: Philip IV of France (chromolitho)
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Decree Collection: Ms 354 fol. 9 Miniature of a bishop and king from the Decretum Gratiani
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Decree Collection: Governor Kieft makes peace with the Indians in 1646 (litho)
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Decree Collection: Firman of Muhammad Shah Qajar, dated A. H. 1250 / A. D. 1835. Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: FRENCH CAVALRY 1766
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Decree Collection: Additional act to the constitutions of the Empire, 22 April 1815, (1921). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Draft decree on the form and composition of the imperial seal, 10 July 1804, (1921)
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Decree Collection: Report by the Minister of the Interior on the festival of Joan of Arc, 15 March 1803, (1921)
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Decree Collection: Decree by Napoleon Bonaparte, 23 May 1796, (1921). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Decree of the Executive Directorate, 2 March 1796, (1921). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Decree of the Committee of Public Health, 26 October 1795, (1921). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Decree of the Committee for Public Health, 5 September 1795, (1921). Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: Edward I, (1239-1307), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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Decree Collection: The Finding of Moses (oil on copper)
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Decree Collection: Decree of the Synod of Agde, parchment document, dated 907
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Decree Collection: Expulsion of the Moors by decree of King Philip III during years 1609 and 1610, drawing
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Decree Collection: The Moorish pleading for King Philip III to repeal the decree of expulsion of 1609
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Decree Collection: The decree of Emperor Alexander II (1818-1881) to the Emancipation of the serfs, 1861
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Decree Collection: The edict of the Tsar Michail I Fyodorovich of Russia (1596-1645), 1625
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Decree Collection: The edict of the Tsar Alexis I Mikhailovich of Russia (1629-1676), 1650
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Decree Collection: The edict of the Tsar Boris Godunov, 1601
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Decree Collection: The edict of the Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible (1530-1584), 1497
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Decree Collection: The edict of Empress Anna Ioannovna (1693-1740), 1733
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Decree Collection: Act of Succession of the Emperor Paul I of Russia (1754-1801), November 6, 1796, 1796


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"Decree: The Power to Shape History" From the enchanting verses of Coleridge's "Kubla Khan" to the intricate illustrations found in the Decretum, decrees have long held a significant role in shaping our world. Whether it be a money agreement or a political proclamation, these edicts carry immense weight and influence. In Tsar Nicholas II's solemn moment, as he reads the Opening Decree to the Duma, we witness the power that lies within his words. Similarly, Emperor Napoleon III and Baron Haussmann collaborated on transformative decrees that reshaped Paris into its modern glory. However, not all they are met with celebration. Elizabeth I of England made a fateful decree that sealed Mary's tragic fate. This somber event reminds us of how these proclamations can alter lives forever. During times of conflict and upheaval like the Spanish Civil War, powerful posters edited by governmental departments served as visual decrees rallying citizens towards their cause. Satirical cartoons also used humor to critique decisions such as Holland and Brabant's evacuation. Yet amidst historical turmoil, ancient artifacts like Egypt's Stele of Herakleion-Thonis remind us that even centuries ago, societies relied on written decrees for governance. The Naucratis decree etched onto this stele in 380 BCE stands as evidence of an early legal system. One cannot discuss influential decrees without mentioning one of history's most famous artifacts – The Rosetta Stone. With its hieroglyphic scripture unlocking ancient mysteries for modern scholars, this stone represents both an enigma and a key to understanding past civilizations' laws and customs. Through triumphs and tragedies alike, from literary masterpieces to political milestones captured in art or inscribed upon stones – each decree has left an indelible mark on human history. These declarations hold immense power; they shape nations' destinies while echoing through time, reminding us of the profound impact that words can have.