‘1519’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Hernan Cortes
Hernan Cortes
Mexico City
Mexico City
Hernando Cortes arriving in Mexico in 1519
Hernando Cortes arriving in Mexico in 1519
Johann Tetzel
Johann Tetzel
Hernando Cortes arriving in the New World
Hernando Cortes arriving in the New World
Ferdinand Magellan and his voyage around the world, 1519–1522
Ferdinand Magellan and his voyage around the world, 1519–1522
Ginevra de' Benci
Ginevra de' Benci
The Worship of the Golden Calf
The Worship of the Golden Calf
Summer
Summer
Christ at the Sea of Galilee
Christ at the Sea of Galilee
The Annunciation
The Annunciation
Cosimo de' Medici, Duke of Florence and Grand Duke of Tuscany
Cosimo de' Medici, Duke of Florence and Grand Duke of Tuscany
Koning Tullus Hostilius
Koning Tullus Hostilius
Eleazar
Eleazar
The Triumphal Procession of Emperor Maximilian I: Sign-bearer on horseback, a page, a Hungarian
The Triumphal Procession of Emperor Maximilian I: Sign-bearer on horseback, a page, a Hungarian
Henri II, 1519–1559, King of France 1547
Henri II, 1519–1559, King of France 1547
Ornament Panel: Griffins and Two Cupids Crossing Halberds
Ornament Panel: Griffins and Two Cupids Crossing Halberds
Johannes Maccabees
Johannes Maccabees
Surface decoration: Hercules kills the monster Geryon.
Surface decoration: Hercules kills the monster Geryon.
Ptolemaeus III Euergetes I
Ptolemaeus III Euergetes I
Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg, known as the "Little Cardinal"
Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg, known as the "Little Cardinal"
Francesco II Gonzaga, 1466–1519, 4th Marquess of Mantua 1484
Francesco II Gonzaga, 1466–1519, 4th Marquess of Mantua 1484
Sammua
Sammua
King Darius III
King Darius III
Saint Peter as pope
Saint Peter as pope
General Belisarius
General Belisarius
Tactus
Tactus
Publius Ovidius Naso
Publius Ovidius Naso
The Triumph of Emperor Maximilian I: Eightieth plate, the Burgundian territories (banners with the arms of Burgundy, …)
The Triumph of Emperor Maximilian I: Eightieth plate, the Burgundian territories (banners with the arms of Burgundy, …)
Paus Eugenius IV
Paus Eugenius IV