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Allegory fo the struggle between Sacred and Profane Love. Attri buted to François Bunel the Younger (French, ca 1552-1595-99). source

Allegory fo the struggle between Sacred and Profane Love. Attri buted to François Bunel the Younger (French, ca

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By Laguz Photography @ Tribe Riot are you ready for Vikings series , he is Viking men photo art

A Man of the Bereton Family, 1598 (attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger) (1561-1636)   Chequers Trust, Buckinhamshire

A Man of the Bereton Family, 1598 (attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger) - open doublet

Sir Jonathan Trelawny (1568–1604)

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"Sir Anthony Paulet", Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, 1597; Jersey Heritage SJA/0000/00063

Sir Anthony Paulet by Marcus Gheeraerts the younger Date painted: 1597 Oil on canvas, 202 x 117 cm Collection: Jersey Heritage

Philippe I, duc d’Orleans (1640-1701) known as “Monsieur”, brother of Louis XIV. His homosexual lifestyle was occasionally awkward for Louis. Philippe married twice and had three children. He was credited with the victory of the French at the battle of Kassel in 1677. His patronage of artists and musicians brought forward Molière and Lully. His family line would continue to play a role in French politics down to the 19th century. First Historical Figure of Philippe I.

About Philippe Duke d'Orleans aka. "Monsieur" from Historical Figures of France

Mesopotamian Stone Votive Figure, 3rd millennium BCE. "Votive statues in an attitude of prayer originated in Mesopotamia at the beginning of the third millenium BC. They were placed in temples to represent the donor in perpetual prayer before the gods. As this small figure is pierced, it may have been worn as an amulet."

"Votive statues in an attitude of prayer originated in Mesopotamia at the beginning of the third millenium BC. They were placed in temples to represent the donor in perpetual prayer before the gods.

In 1603 James VI and I became the first monarch to rule over England, Scotland, and Ireland together.

James VI and I June 1566 – 27 March was King of Scotland as James VI from 24 July 1567 and King of England and Ireland as James I from the union of the English and Scottish crowns on 24 March 1603 until his death. Son of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots

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