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En by på Nikolaj II’s tid. , 1911 -
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Hærmøde for de tjenstgørende godsejere. , 1911 -
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Inauguration of the Suez Canal 1869 , 1963 - The picture shows the inauguration ceremony of the Suez Canal. After having obtained a concession from the Egypt viceroy, Vicomte de Lesseps created the Suez Canal Company and in the years 1859-1869 constructed the Suez Canal, according to the plans of Alois Negrellis and financed by French capital. The inauguration took place on 17th of November 1869. The new direct connection between Europe and the countries situated along the coast of the Indian Ocean strengthened the world trade and the coastal shipping of Egypt. In the picture you can see the crowds at the banks of the canal, watching the huge steamships. Everywhere you can see the flags of France and the Ottoman Empire. You can further distinguish people from different cultures, European officers in uniforms, women in dresses and with umbrellas as well as Central Asian men with caftans, turbans and camels.
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Livegenskabets ophævelse. ., 1911 - .
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Fashion around 1850 , - The picture shows the fashion of Biedermeier, a bourgeois hall with a winter garden, which maybe depicts a Viennese coffee house.
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Goethe and Schiller in Jena , 1948 - The picture shows the writers Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) and Friedrich Schiller (1759-1805), who were friends since the year 1794. You can see them walking over the market-place of Jena, deep in conversation. They both are wearing double-breasted coats and have walking canes and hats in their hands. Duchess Anna Amalia and her son Duke Karl August granted a high level of artistic freedom during their reign. Thanks to the influence of Goethe the University of Jena experienced new prosperity. The friendship of Schiller and Goethe began here. The period of the Weimar classicism refers to the four artists Wieland, Goethe, Herder und Schiller in Weimar from 1786 to 1805 (after Goethe's first Italian Journey until the death of Schiller).
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Camp life. Period of the Thirty Years War , 1889 - The picture shows the life of the soldiers in a military camp during the Thirty Years War (1618-1648. On the left side of the picture you can see reveling and playing warriors. On the right side of the picture a group of arriving soldiers with women and children is depicted. In the background is the camp with many different types of tents, flags and soldiers.
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The Golden Age of Nürnberg. Late 15th and early 16th Century , 1991 - The picture shows the city of Nuernberg in the period between 1470 to 1530 AD, when Nuernberg, among Cologne and Prague, was one of the three main cities of the Holy Roman Empire. You can see the city's most important buildings: The church of Our Lady, the Beautiful Well and the town hall.
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Den helligste patriark. , 1920 -
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Offentlig plads i Moskva-rigets tid. , 1920 -
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Fra kirkespaltningens tid. , 1920 -
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In the harbour of a Hanseatic City , 1909 - The picture shows a hanseatic harbour in the Baltic Sea (middle of 15th century). Many cogs with high side plates are in the harbour, which serve as merchant and combat vessels at the same time.
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Young Stone Age Settlement , 1982 - The picture shows the life of settled down people in the Young Stone Age (Neolithic Age, 5000 – 1800 BC). The settlement which is protected by stake fence, consists of four longish thatched clay huts. Cultivation and processing of grain, livestock breeding (sheep, pig, goat,…) are depicted. You can further see earthenware jars.
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Monastic Life (12th Century) , 1956 - On seven depictions this wall charts shows a medieval monastery and the different tasks of monastic life. In the center of the wall chart you can see the big picture of a monastery complex: the church, a cloistered courtyard as well as the refectory, the dormitory, the chapter house and the necessarium). Monks are working in the woods and on the fields surrounding the monastery. On the small depictions monastic life is shown by pictures showing worship and prayer (2), education in a local school (3), hospitality (4), studying the scripture and copying manuscripts (5), pastoral care (6) and maintenance works (7). The wall chart probably shows the oldest European Benedictine monastery in the form it had in the 12th century. The development of towns and universities changed the feudal system which formerly collaborated with the monasteries.
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Village in the Young Stone Age , 1956 - The picture shows life and culture around 4000 to 2000 B.C. in the south-western part of Germany: In the foreground a big house of wood and clay with a thatched roof is depicted. It is built on piles close to the lake (the Lake Constance). In the background you can see a further lake-dwelling settlement which is only accessible by a narrow bridge. The following activities are depicted on the wall chart: On the right side in the foreground you can see three men at work, constructing further lake-dwellings. Left of them a further man is working with a Young Stone Age drilling machine. A woman with a child on her arm is standing at his side and a young boy is playing on the wooden ground. Behind him you can see a domestic dog. On the right side of the family a women is weaving cloth with help of a weaving frame and another women is milling grain on a granitic boulder. On the water you can see fishermen at work with their fishing nets and spears; others are caving a tree trunk with the purpose to use it as a boat. In the background peasants are furrowing the field.
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A Germancic farmsted around the turn of the eras. , 1935 - The picture shows a Central European Germanic farmstead of the Iron Age (1st century AD). You can see three oblong, single-bay houses and gables with clay walls, thatched roofs and timber framework, two main-buildings and an annex. The family is standing in front of the shed and the dwelling house. There are the man of the house with a companion, riding horses, two women, three children and a grandmother. The depicted tools like the wooden plough, cattle livestock farming, the pheasant hunt and spinning shall tell us about the daily life of the people.
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Germanic farmsteads before the Migration Period , 1889 - The picture shows a Germanic free man and his companion, armed with lances, returning to their farmstead. His wife and children are welcoming them. The scene takes place before the Migration Period (before 375 A.C.). The cow or goat skulls, hanging at the entrance and the fence are pagan symbols. Different hairstyle and clothes of the depicted persons indicate differences in origin form different tribes, Saxons and Suebi and status. The free man is depicted with blond and red hair, whilst his slave is depicted as foreigner with dark hair and skin.
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