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French colonization of Algeria. Siege of Constantine Featured Constantine Print

French colonization of Algeria. Siege of Constantine

French colonization of Algeria. Siege of Constantine, 21 to 27 November, 1836. French Huntsmen of Africa attacking the arabs leaving the camp at Sidi-Tantam. Engraving. ITALY. LOMBARDY. Milan. Civica Raccolta delle Stampe 'Achille Bertarelli' (Achille Bertarelli collection of prints)

© BeBa/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

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Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving) Featured Constantine Print

Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving)

XJF375717 Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving) by Court, Joseph Desire (1797-1865) (after); Private Collection; ( Valee was a distinguished French soldier and artillery commander in the French Revolutionary, Napeoleonic and Algerian Wars; made Comte by Napoleon in 1814 after successful campaigns in Spain; retained by Louis XVIII after the Boourbon restoration and reorganised the French artillery (known as the Valee system); in 1837 sent to Algeria where after his capture of Constantine he was given the baton of a Marechal de France and appointed Governor General 1837-40;); French, out of copyright

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Constantine, Algeria, c1840s. Artist: C Lalaisse Featured Constantine Print

Constantine, Algeria, c1840s. Artist: C Lalaisse

Constantine, Algeria, c1840s. The scientific exploration of Algeria. The ancient city of Cirta was originally founded by the Phoenicians and later became part of the Roman Empire. The Roman remains were excavated by a French archaeological mission commanded by Major Delamare in the 1840s

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