Masaesyli in Battle
An artist's impression of the Masaesyli tribe in battle. The Masaesyli were the original inhabitants of the western part of the North African Berber kingdom of Numidia (202-40 BCE). (From the PC game Total War: Rome II - Desert Kingdoms by...
First Court, Magdalene College, Cambridge
The First Court of Magdalene College, part of the University of Cambridge. The college was founded in 1542 CE. The court and chapel were first laid out in the 16th century CE and then added to and altered over subsequent centuries.
Opening Ceremony of the First Ottoman Parliament
Opening ceremony of the First Ottoman Parliament at the Dolmabahçe Palace in 1876 CE. The First Constitutional Era lasted for only two years until 1878 CE. The Ottoman Constitution and Parliament were restored 30 years later with the Young...
First Class Entrance on RMS Empress of Ireland
The First Class entrance on the lower promenade deck of the RMS Empress of Ireland. The stairs lead up to the music room and down to the dining saloon for First Class passengers. The Empress of Ireland sank in under fourteen minutes on 29...
Cartouche of Menes
The cartouche of Egyptian king Menes, c. 3150 BCE, the legendary first ruler of Egypt considered to have united Upper and Lower Egypt and founded the First Dynasty. From the Abydos kinglist, Abydos, Egypt.
Roman Victory Procession
Artist's impression of a victory procession. This 3D render nicely displays how Roman soldiers have looked, and how their victories were celebrated.
This is an artistic 3D impression of how a Roman naval landing may have looked in ancient times.
First Council of Nicaea
Icon from the Mégalo Metéoron Monastery in Greece, representing the First Ecumenical Council of Nicaea in 325 CE, with the condemned Arius in the bottom of the icon.
Map of the First Fitna
Map of the conflict between Caliph Ali (r. 656-661 CE) and Muawiyah I (r. 661 – 680 CE) during the First Fitna (656 – 661 CE), a civil war within the Rashidun Caliphate. The area shaded in green represents the territories of the Caliphate...
The First Thanksgiving
The term “First Thanksgiving” refers to the account of the 1621 CE event as given by the Plymouth Colony’s chroniclers William Bradford (l. 1590-1657 CE) and Edward Winslow (l. 1595-1655 CE) in Mourt’s Relation. Painting by JLG Ferris...