‘globe’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Rothschild, Illustration for Le Rire
Rothschild, Illustration for Le Rire
Performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream
Performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream
Claudius Ptolemy, Greco-Roman astronomer and mathematician and geographer
Claudius Ptolemy, Greco-Roman astronomer and mathematician and geographer
Vikings (?)
Vikings (?)
William Shakespeare performing at the Globe Theatre, London
William Shakespeare performing at the Globe Theatre, London
Copernicus observing in Rome an eclipse of the moon
Copernicus observing in Rome an eclipse of the moon
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Allied soldiers thwarting Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany's plans for world domination, First World War propaganda card
Allied soldiers thwarting Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany's plans for world domination, First World War propaganda card
Francis Drake's circumnavigation of the globe, 1577–1580
Francis Drake's circumnavigation of the globe, 1577–1580
Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton
The Globe Theatre
The Globe Theatre
Rehearsing a play at William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London, early 17th Century
Rehearsing a play at William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London, early 17th Century
Metric System – length measurements
Metric System – length measurements
Northern Constellations from the Pole to Declination 40° N
Northern Constellations from the Pole to Declination 40° N
Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei looking through a telescope, 17th Century
Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei looking through a telescope, 17th Century
Odd Fish at the International Fisheries Exhibition
Odd Fish at the International Fisheries Exhibition
English playwrights Ben Jonson and William Shakespeare
English playwrights Ben Jonson and William Shakespeare
Old London reconstructed: The Rose Theatre, Southwark
Old London reconstructed: The Rose Theatre, Southwark
The Bear Garden and Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark, London
The Bear Garden and Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark, London
The "Globe" Theatre, Southwark (With the "Rose" Theatre in the Distance), in 1613
The "Globe" Theatre, Southwark (With the "Rose" Theatre in the Distance), in 1613
Scheveningen, Holland
Scheveningen, Holland
Journalist Edward Samson admits he based a story on a dream
Journalist Edward Samson admits he based a story on a dream
Southern Constellations from the Pole to Declination 40° N
Southern Constellations from the Pole to Declination 40° N
William Shakespeare watching Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare watching Romeo and Juliet