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Rajput of Rajgarh Featured Bernard Picart Image

Rajput of Rajgarh

3790384 Rajput of Rajgarh by Menpes, Mortimer Ludington (1855-1938); (add.info.: Rajput of Rajgarh, a ruler of Rajgarh, a princely state in India during the British Raj. The rulers of Rajgarh State were Rajputs of the Ponwar (Umat) clan.(Australian artist Mortimer Menpes 1855 - 1938)
Durbar by Dorothy Menpes Illustrated by Mortimer Menpes, published by Adam and Charles Black, 1903. p. 186); Lebrecht History

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Solemn Inauguration of the Pontificate ' Adoration of the Pope on the Great Featured Bernard Picart Image

Solemn Inauguration of the Pontificate " Adoration of the Pope on the Great

ELD4898890 Solemn Inauguration of the Pontificate " Adoration of the Pope on the Great Altar of St. Peter, Vatican" (Papal Inauguration: Worshiping of the pope over the great altar of St Peter) Engraving from " Illustration of religious ceremonies and customs of all the peoples of the world" by Bernard Picart (1723-1743) 1819 Private collection by Picart, Bernard (1673-1733); (add.info.: Solemn Inauguration of the Pontificate " Adoration of the Pope on the Great Altar of St. Peter, Vatican" (Papal Inauguration: Worshiping of the pope over the great altar of St Peter) Engraving from " Illustration of religious ceremonies and customs of all the peoples of the world" by Bernard Picart (1723-1743) 1819 Private collection); Photo A© The Holbarn Archive; French, out of copyright

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Nuptial ceremony of Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam, 1723 (engraving) Featured Bernard Picart Image

Nuptial ceremony of Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam, 1723 (engraving)

695003 Nuptial ceremony of Portuguese Jews in Amsterdam, 1723 (engraving) by Picart, Bernard (1673-1733); Private Collection; (add.info.: Traditional aspects of a Jewish wedding are depicted here; the veiled bride seated beneath the wedding canopy (chuppah or huppah) and the breaking of a glass by the groom; Illustration from the first volume of CA©rA©monies et Coutumes Religieuses de tous les peuples du monde by A. Moubach, published in Amsterdam between 1723 and 1743; Amsterdam was the centre of the thriving Dutch Jewish community from the 16th century onwards and consisted initially of Marranos and Sephardim who had been expelled from Spain and Portugal; later a large Ashkenazi community developed;); French, out of copyright

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