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Middle Ages Gallery

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Choose from 715 pictures in our Middle Ages collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Italy, Italia. Tuscany, Toscana. Firenze district. Florence, Firenze. Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore Featured Print

Italy, Italia. Tuscany, Toscana. Firenze district. Florence, Firenze. Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore

Italy, Italia. Tuscany, Toscana. Firenze district. Florence, Firenze. Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore and Palazzo Vecchio, View over the city from Michelangelo square

© Francesco Iacobelli/ AWL-Images

Architecture, Arno, Arnolfo, Artificial Light, Bell Tower, Bridge, Cathedral, Church, Cupola, Dawn, Duomo, Europe, Firenze, Florence, High, High Angle View, Illuminated, Italy, Nobody, Old Town, Outdoor, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, Renaissance, River, Santa Maria Del Fiore, Sunset, Toscana, Town, Tuscany, Unesco World Heritage

Battle Of Bosworth Field Featured Print

Battle Of Bosworth Field

King Richard III's Yorkist troops fight Lancastrians in the Battle of Bosworth Field, during the Wars of the Roses, 22nd August 1485. King Richard III was defeated and killed by Henry of Richmond who became Henry VII. Engraving after Philip James de Loutherbourg. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2009 Getty Images

16th-century astronomy Featured Print

16th-century astronomy

16th-century astronomy. Artwork of an armillary sphere, published in Paris in the 1547 edition of Sphaera, an astronomical work by the 5th-century Greek philosopher Proclus (412-485). An armillary sphere is an astronomical device that shows the circles of the celestial sphere surrounding the Earth (centre). Here, the astrological signs of the zodiac mark the circle of the ecliptic, inclined at an angle to the celestial equator, which corresponds to Earth's equator. The North and South Poles, the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer, and the Arctic and Antarctic Circles are also shown. The Sun and Moon are shown at top

© CORDELIA MOLLOY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY