Replica of John Cabot's Mathew
The full-size replica of John Cabot's ship the Mathew (also spelt Matthew) on which he sailed to the eastern coast of Canada in 1497 CE.
Statue of John Cabot, Bristol
A modern statue in Bristol, England of the Italian explorer John Cabot (aka Giovanni Caboto, c. 1450 - c. 1498 CE) who sailed to the east coast of Canada in 1497 and 1498 CE.
John of Damascus
St John of Damascus in Melkite Church of the Annunciation, Jerusalem (Yoav Dothan).
John Tradescant the Elder attributed to Emanuel de Criz The Tradescant collection was sold to Elias Ashmole who transferred it to the Oxford University in 1677 CE. It was housed in a purpose-built building that was opened to the public...
John II Komnenos Hunting
An illustration from a 13th century CE manuscript depicting Byzantine emperor John II Komnenos (r. 1118-1143 CE).
Byzantine Hat Worn by John VIII
This medal depicts John VIII Palaeologus during his visit to Ferrara in 1438 CE, as drawn by Pisanello. Extravagant hats were popular among Byzantine Royalty.
John Tzimiskes Meets Sviatoslav I
Meeting between Emperor John Tzimiskes (r. 969-976 CE) and Sviatoslav I of Kiev (r. 945-972 CE) in the Madrid Skylitzes, fol. 172rb.
Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, Switzerland
The Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, located in the village of Müstair in Canton Graubünden, Switzerland, is an early medieval Benedictine monastery dating to the late 8th century CE. It became an abbey in 1163 CE and still functions as a...
Interior of the Abbey of Saint John at Müstair
Interior of the conventual church at the Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, Switzerland, which was founded as a Benedictine monastery in the late 8th century CE. This part displays splendid Carolingian frescoes.
Secoton Village by John White
An illustration of the native Indian settlement called Secoton village, located in the area where English colonists settled in 1585 and 1587 CE, establishing Roanoke Colony (North Carolina, USA). (British Museum, London)