The White King Learning to Enclose a Camp with Wagons, from Der Weisskunig Hans Burgkmair (German, Augsburg 1473–1531 Augsburg) Engraver: Jost de Negker (1480–1546) Author: Written by Marx Treitz-Sauerwein von Ehrentreitz (died 1527) Date: 1514–16 Medium: Woodcut; proof (Hollstein) Dimensions: Sheet: 8 3/4 × 7 15/16 in. (22.2 × 20.2 cm) Classification: Prints Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1917 Accession Number: 17.72.40
Drawings of a dodo from the Journal of VOC [Dutch East India Company] ship Gelderland 1601 - 1603. "When Portuguese and early Dutch colonists began to inhabit the small tropical island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, from the early 1500s onwards, they found the island to be the home of a very unusual bird... The last dodo was killed in 1681—less than 180 years after it was first described." Click through to read some fascinating info on the bird and a tree that depended upon it!
Eighty Years' War (Dutch War of Independence, 1568–1648) - "Beleg van Haarlem," a Dutch propaganda engraving of 1573, shows mass hangings and beheadings, and cartloads of bodies flung in the river. By Frans Hogenberg (1540–1590)
Title of Engraving The Embassy of the Dutch East India Company from 1665..
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Jacoba van Beieren voor Gorinchem - 1417 (Hoeksche en Kabeljouwse twisten)