John Sigismund of Hungary with Suleiman I
An Ottoman court artist's impression of the Hungarian King John Sigismund Szapolyai (r. 1540-1551 CE; 1556-1570 CE) paying homage to the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I the Magnificient (r. 1520-1566 CE), in 1556 CE at Zemun (part of modern-day...
John II Knighting Squires
A medieval illustration of John II of France (r. 1350-1364 CE) knighting squires. (Grandes chroniques de France, Bibliothèque Nationale de France)
John Cabot's Route to Newfoundland
The Italian explorer John Cabot (aka Giovanni Caboto, c. 1450 - c. 1498 CE) sailed from England to eastern Canada in 1497 CE. His exact route and points of exploration are unclear and the map is therefore only an approximate guide.
Chapel of St. John, Tower of London
The chapel of Saint John the Baptist in the White Tower of the Tower of London. The chapel was built in the late 11thc century CE.
John Dudley, Earl of Northumberland
A portrait of John Dudley, Earl of Northumberland (1504-1553 CE) who effectively served as regent in the latter part of the reign of Edward VI of England (r. 1547-1553 CE). (National Trust Collection)
Mary I of England by Master John
A portrait by Master John of Mary I of England (r. 1553-1558 CE), aged around 28. (National Portrait Gallery, London)
Inuit by John White
A 16th century CE illustration of an Inuit by John White. (British Museum, London)
Inuit Skirmish by John White
An illustration by John White of a violent encounter with Inuit during an expedition by Sir Martin Frobisher (c. 1535-1594 CE) to find the Northwest passage in the 1570s CE. (British Museum, London)
North American Indian Warrior by John White
An illustration by John White (d. 1593 CE) of a North American Indian warrior seen by the first English colonists who attempted to establish a settlement, Roanoke Colony, in 1585 CE (and again in 1587 CE). The colony was located in what is...
Map of Virginia by John White
A map of Virginia, the area where English colonists settled in 1585 and 1587 CE, establishing Roanoke Colony (North Carolina, USA). The map also shows Florida and was made by John White (d. 1593 CE) in 1585 CE. (British Museum, London)