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Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 452 pictures in our Orders collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Teuta, Queen of Illyria, with Roman ambassadors Featured Print

Teuta, Queen of Illyria, with Roman ambassadors

Teuta, Queen of Illyria (the present-day Balkan Peninsula on the Adriatic), orders some visiting Roman ambassadors to be killed. In the event, one ambassador was killed and another was held captive, which gave rise to the Illyrian Wars

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

231, Adriatic, Ambassador, Ancient, Balkan, Barbarity, Barbarous, Bc, Command, Commanding, Cruel, Cruelty, Diplomacy, Diplomat, Diplomatic, Diplomats, Events, Execute, Historical, History, Illyria, Illyrian, Illyrians, Kill, Killed, Mission, Order, Ordering, Orders, Peninsula, Piracy, Political, Politics, Queen, Roman, Rome, Spear, Spears, Teuta, Visiting, War, Wars

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey with advisors/patriots Featured Print

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey with advisors/patriots

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey (1844 - 1918) pictured with Niazi Bey, Enver Pasha, Chevket Pasha, Prince Sehzade Yusuf Izzeddin Effendi, Riza Bey, Turkish Patriot Midhat Pacha and the 1st Class Cruiser, the Hamidie'. Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1909 until his death in 1918, Mehmed - original name Mehmed Resad - spent much of his life in seclusion until the forced abdication of his brother Sultan Abdul Hamid II at the hands of the Young Turks in 1909. A kindly gentle man with an interest in Persian literature, Mehmed was effectively little more than a puppet Sultan whose actions were directed by leaders of the Committee of Union and Progress. Mehmed was little able to govern of his own accord and thus accepted direction from Young Turk leaders including Enver Pasha

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

McDonnell Model 119 N119M Featured Print

McDonnell Model 119 N119M

McDonnell Model 119 N119M (msn 1). Designed to meet the UCX requirement fr a utility transport to replace the Beech C-45, the 119 failed to attract an order s the United states Air Force preferred the Lockheed JetStar, which it ordered as the C-140. The prototype was re-vamped as a civilian executive transport - feederliner for 10 - 29 passengers and re-designated Model 220, but orders dried up when it became too expensive without a military order. The aircraft was used as a company transport until 1965, when it was sold to Flight Safety Foundation at Phoenix, Arizona. Last seen stored with registration N4AZ. Date: circa 1959

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library