The figures which form our plate represent Spanish warriors of the latter part of the eleventh century, and are interesting on account of their remarkable resemblance to the Anglo-Norman soldiers on the celebrated Bayeaux Tapestry.
Historical costumes from Majorca. Spain 1862.
Servants and Peasants of Madrid in 1835
Friar of the Order of St. Francis.
Marie Menessier-Nodier as Spanish lady in Maja costume.
Andalusian peasants from Cordoba, Spain 1878. Espagne. Types Andalous. Paysans De Cordoue 1878. Gravé par Laplante d’après un Dessin de Maillard
Boabdil el Chico’s Farewel. The Conquest of Grenada. The Moors paused involuntarily to take a farewell glance at their beloved city.
Pizarro before Charles V. Francisco Pizarro, the conquerer of Peru, was born in Spain about 1475. In 1522 he became a captain, and organized an expedition to explore and conquer… Read More
Catalan costumes 14th century. Spain. Catalan costumes mid-fourteenth century. (From a prayer book at Gerona.) España. Trajes catalanes de mediados del siglo XIV. ( De un devocionario procedente de Gerona.) Source: Galería… Read More
Medieval Arab Moorish robes in 13th century. Spain. Arab Moorish robes from the year 1276. (From Lapidario of D. Alonso the Wise.) España. Trajes arabes del ano 1276. (Del Lapidario de… Read More