‘Job’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Napoleon and Josephine preparing for their coronation
Napoleon and Josephine preparing for their coronation
Confronting the Sphinx, Napoleon thought he heard it murmur the word: immortality!
Confronting the Sphinx, Napoleon thought he heard it murmur the word: immortality!
Battle of Fleurus with balloon
Battle of Fleurus with balloon
Bread
Bread
Josephine welcoming guests to the Tuileries Palace
Josephine welcoming guests to the Tuileries Palace
Napoleon, on his return from Elba, being momentarily blocked on the road at Grenoble
Napoleon, on his return from Elba, being momentarily blocked on the road at Grenoble
The execution of the Louis Antoine
The execution of the Louis Antoine
France – La Marseillaise
France – La Marseillaise
Title page of Le Grand Napoleon des Petits Enfants
Title page of Le Grand Napoleon des Petits Enfants
Napoleon sees King Louis XVI for the second time, 20 June 1792
Napoleon sees King Louis XVI for the second time, 20 June 1792
The first woman bill-sticker in Paris
The first woman bill-sticker in Paris
Napoleon and his army crossing the Rhine at Kehl, 1 October 1805
Napoleon and his army crossing the Rhine at Kehl, 1 October 1805
Greece – National song
Greece – National song
Valmy
Valmy
Messengers before Job
Messengers before Job
Charles the Bold's Burgundian knights routed by Swiss pikemen at the Battle of Grandson, 1476
Charles the Bold's Burgundian knights routed by Swiss pikemen at the Battle of Grandson, 1476
Great Britain – Rule Britannia
Great Britain – Rule Britannia
The young Napoleon Bonaparte studying
The young Napoleon Bonaparte studying
The child was born in Ajaccio on 15 August 1769 in a room hung with tapestries depictting the heroes of Homer
The child was born in Ajaccio on 15 August 1769 in a room hung with tapestries depictting the heroes of Homer
Napoleon watching the remains of his Grand Armee rossing the River Berezina on the retreat from Moscow, 1812
Napoleon watching the remains of his Grand Armee rossing the River Berezina on the retreat from Moscow, 1812
Job and his friends
Job and his friends
Le Faucheur De Bouvines
Le Faucheur De Bouvines
Reichshoffen
Reichshoffen
Napoleon entering Berlin in triumph
Napoleon entering Berlin in triumph
Captain Kidd, English pirate, 1690s
Captain Kidd, English pirate, 1690s
Woman considering employing a maid
Woman considering employing a maid
Napoleon organised a magnificent festival to celebrate the year of peace, 9 November 1801
Napoleon organised a magnificent festival to celebrate the year of peace, 9 November 1801
The young Napoleon Bonaparte leaves Corsica
The young Napoleon Bonaparte leaves Corsica
Job
Job
Fruit stall at Blackpool market, Lancashire
Fruit stall at Blackpool market, Lancashire
Napoleon Bonaparte in Auxonne
Napoleon Bonaparte in Auxonne
Job and His Comforters
Job and His Comforters
The lathe
The lathe
Everything passes but the memory
Everything passes but the memory
The baker's peel
The baker's peel
Beyond his reach
Beyond his reach
France invaded by the Prussians, 1870
France invaded by the Prussians, 1870
Men working in a foundry during the Bronze Age
Men working in a foundry during the Bronze Age
Napoleon at St Helena, guarded by the British
Napoleon at St Helena, guarded by the British
Edward C Targett, job and post master and livery stable keeper, trade card
Edward C Targett, job and post master and livery stable keeper, trade card
Job punished by the devil
Job punished by the devil
In Paris in 1795 during a famine, a fishwife reproached Napoleon for getting fat at the expense of the people
In Paris in 1795 during a famine, a fishwife reproached Napoleon for getting fat at the expense of the people
Job on the dung field
Job on the dung field
The little rag-and-bone man
The little rag-and-bone man
Napoleon Bonaparte among the ruins of the Tuileries Palace
Napoleon Bonaparte among the ruins of the Tuileries Palace
Drilling machine
Drilling machine
King Louis XI
King Louis XI
Wooden figure of Job with an affliction of boils, possibly German, 1750–1850
Wooden figure of Job with an affliction of boils, possibly German, 1750–1850