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Chief Of The Arverni Collection

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix, 1829. Creator: Eugene Delacroix

Vercingetorix, 1829. Creator: Eugene Delacroix
Vercingetorix, 1829

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890]

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix Memorial at Alesia, near Dijon, France, 1882-1884

Vercingetorix Memorial at Alesia, near Dijon, France, 1882-1884. The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Julius Caesar laying siege to Alesia, Gaul, 52 BC (1882-1884)

Julius Caesar laying siege to Alesia, Gaul, 52 BC (1882-1884). The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884)

Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884). The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix, chieftain of the Arverni, c52 BC (1882-1884). Artist: Spex

Vercingetorix, chieftain of the Arverni, c52 BC (1882-1884). Artist: Spex
Vercingetorix, chieftain of the Arverni, c52 BC (1882-1884). The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Statue of Vercingetorix in transit, France 1901

Statue of Vercingetorix in transit, France 1901.The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Mont Auxois and the statue of Vercingetorix, France, 1879

Mont Auxois and the statue of Vercingetorix, France, 1879. The Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix was chosen as king by the Arverni, a powerful tribe that occupied what is now the Auvergne

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Front cover of Le Flambeau (the Torch), 18 September 1915

Front cover of Le Flambeau (the Torch), 18 September 1915. Vercingatorix, the legendary Gallic warrior, leading modern French soldiers

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Vercingetorix surrenders to Julius Caesar, c46 BC, (19th century)

Vercingetorix surrenders to Julius Caesar, c46 BC, (19th century). Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix (died 46 BC) was defeated and captured by Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) at Alesia (near Dijon in France)

Background imageChief Of The Arverni Collection: Statue of Vercingetorix, 1st century BC

Statue of Vercingetorix, 1st century BC
Statue of Vercingetorix in Alessia, France, 1st century BC


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