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Choose from 831 pictures in our Strange 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.

The Ogham Stone/Ireland Featured Print

The Ogham Stone/Ireland

An Ogham Stone, found at Fortwilliam, Kerry. Ogham stones were covered in strange runic scripts, translated by scholars as possible Christian writings or even Norse text. Date: mid 19th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

19th, Archaeology, Century, Christian, Covered, Fortwilliam, Found, Historical, History, Ireland, Kerry, Megalith, Mid, Norse, Ogham, Runic, Scholars, Scripts, Stone, Stones, Strange, Text, Translated, Writings

Site of a Wartime Hospital - St. Michaels Cave, Gibraltar Featured Print

Site of a Wartime Hospital - St. Michaels Cave, Gibraltar

Site of a Wartime Hospital and Now a Place of Interest to Visitors to Gibraltar: St. Michael's Cave, with Its Strange and Wonderful Stalactites and Stalagmites, One of Which (Centre Foreground) Bears a Stricking Resemblance to a Statue of the Virgin and Child. The Cave is Just below the Highest Point of the Rock. Text at back of image: Illustrated London News 21/8/54 p 294-5 - Art work dated 1954/ Published in Illustrated London News on 21/8/54

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat Featured Print

Lebanon - Married Druze Woman with Tantour hat

The traditional vertigious tantour hat of a married Druze (a monotheistic religious community) woman of Lebanon (sadly not an example of the popular trend to replicate the landscape of late 19th century Sheffield at parties in Damascus...!!). The tantour, similar to the hennin (worn in the late Middle Ages by European women of the nobility), was popular in the Levant during the nineteenth century, but seldom seen after 1850 - making this card somewhat of a rarity. The height of the tantour was proportional to the wealth of its owner. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection