Etruscan Tomb Paintings
The Etruscans flourished in central Italy from the 8th to 3rd century BCE, and one of their greatest legacies is the beautifully painted tombs found...
Shabti Box of Neskhons
Neskhons was the 4th daughter of the prophet of Amun Djedkhonsefankh. The scene on the side, of uncertain significance, depicts the deceased presenting...
The First Christian Missionaries
According to Luke's Acts of the Apostles, the last thing Jesus did before he bodily ascended to heaven was to commission the disciples to 'witness' to...
James IV of Scotland
James IV of Scotland ruled as king from 1488 to 1513 CE. He succeeded his father James III of Scotland (r. 1460-1488 CE) and became one of the most...
Massachusetts Bay Colony
Massachusetts Bay Colony (1628-1691 CE) was the largest English settlement in New England and the most influential both in the colonization of the region...
Sejong the Great
King Sejong the Great (15 May 1397 - 8 April 1450 CE) ruled Korea from 1418 to 1450 CE as the fourth king of the Joseon Dynasty (also...
Origins of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy
The Haudenosaunee, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy, Iroquois Five Nations, or the Iroquois League, was one of the most powerful Native American...
James III of Scotland
James III of Scotland reigned as king from 1460 to 1488 CE. He succeeded his father James II of Scotland (r. 1437-1460 CE) at the age of eight, which...
John Winthrop (l. c. 1588-1649 CE) was an English lawyer best known as the Puritan leader of the first large wave of the Great Migration of Puritans...
Guthlac of Crowland
Guthlac of Crowland (c. 674 - 11 April 714 CE) was an Anglo-Saxon saint from the Kingdom of Mercia. He is best known for his years spent as a hermit...
James II of Scotland
James II of Scotland ruled as king from 1437 to 1460 CE. Succeeding his murdered father James I of Scotland (r. 1406-1437 CE), James inherited the throne...
Relics from the Kingdom of Kush & Ancient Nubia
Kush was a kingdom in North Africa in the region corresponding to modern-day Sudan. The larger region around Kush (later referred to as Nubia...
Of Plymouth Plantation: Brief Summary & History
Of Plymouth Plantation (also known as History of the Plymouth Plantation and William Bradford's Journal, written 1630-1651 CE) is the first-hand account...
The Puritans were English Protestant Christians, primarily active in the 16th-18th centuries CE, who claimed the Anglican Church had not distanced itself...
Explore our Media Library with 13,504 images, videos, and 3D models.View Media Library