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Illustration for Fairy Tale Cinderella by Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939) / Private Collection / 1919 / Great Britain / Colour lithograph / Mythology, Allegory and Literature. Book design. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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Illustration for Fairy Tale Cinderella by Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939) / Private Collection / 1919 / Great Britain / Colour lithograph / Mythology, Allegory and Literature. Book design. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
Silhouette of Cinderella with  a mop and pail.  Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Silhouette of Cinderella with a mop and pail. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Dejected Cinderella looks out  from her attic window.    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Dejected Cinderella looks out from her attic window. ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, dressed in a ragged, patchwork dress looks longingly out of a window, dreaming perhaps of a handsome prince.   Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, dressed in a ragged, patchwork dress looks longingly out of a window, dreaming perhaps of a handsome prince. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, sitting in rags with a broom in her hand.      Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, sitting in rags with a broom in her hand. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella's Fairy Godmother waves her wand over six lizards, to turn them into footmen dressed in livery.        Date: 1919.    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella's Fairy Godmother waves her wand over six lizards, to turn them into footmen dressed in livery. Date: 1919. ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella, aka Ella, sitting in her rags by the fire, is taken by surprise when her Fairy Godmother appears down the chimney.  Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella, aka Ella, sitting in her rags by the fire, is taken by surprise when her Fairy Godmother appears down the chimney. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, in her beautiful gown, dancing with the Prince at the Ball.   Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, in her beautiful gown, dancing with the Prince at the Ball. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cover design for Cinderella, with illustrations by Arthur Rackham, showing Cinderella (right), her Fairy Godmother (left), and the pumpkin in the middle, in the process of being transformed into a coach, and rats and lizards being transformed into coachmen and footmen.  Date: 1919.    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cover design for Cinderella, with illustrations by Arthur Rackham, showing Cinderella (right), her Fairy Godmother (left), and the pumpkin in the middle, in the process of being transformed into a coach, and rats and lizards being transformed into coachmen and footmen. Date: 1919. ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, sitting on her bed in her shabby attic room.   Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, sitting on her bed in her shabby attic room. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella's sisters getting ready for the Ball.       Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella's sisters getting ready for the Ball. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella, aka Ella, helps her demanding sisters get ready for the Ball.     Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella, aka Ella, helps her demanding sisters get ready for the Ball. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella's sisters arriving for the Ball in all their finery.      Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella's sisters arriving for the Ball in all their finery. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, running away from the Ball in her ragged dress just as the clock strikes midnight.  She has left one shoe behind.     Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, running away from the Ball in her ragged dress just as the clock strikes midnight. She has left one shoe behind. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
The Prince bends down to pick up the shoe which Cinderella, aka Ella, has left behind at the Ball.  Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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The Prince bends down to pick up the shoe which Cinderella, aka Ella, has left behind at the Ball. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Ella, aka Cinderella, ironing her sisters' clothes ready for the Ball.   Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Ella, aka Cinderella, ironing her sisters' clothes ready for the Ball. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella, aka Ella, is astonished when her Fairy Godmother waves her wand over a rat, to turn him into a coachman.   Date: 1919.    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella, aka Ella, is astonished when her Fairy Godmother waves her wand over a rat, to turn him into a coachman. Date: 1919. ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Cinderella, aka Ella, shows her ragged dress to her Fairy Godmother, who is about to turn it into a beautiful ball gown.     Date: 1919    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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Cinderella, aka Ella, shows her ragged dress to her Fairy Godmother, who is about to turn it into a beautiful ball gown. Date: 1919 ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
RACKHAM/CINDERELLA/SILO - A silhouette of Cinderella  with her fairy godmother about  to get into the carriage which  was once a pumpkin    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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RACKHAM/CINDERELLA/SILO - A silhouette of Cinderella with her fairy godmother about to get into the carriage which was once a pumpkin ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
TRYING ON THAT SLIPPER -  Trying on the slipper      ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works -
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TRYING ON THAT SLIPPER - Trying on the slipper ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works -
AT MIDNIGHT'S STROKE -  Midnight strikes, and  Cinderella flies from  the ball    ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
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AT MIDNIGHT'S STROKE - Midnight strikes, and Cinderella flies from the ball ©Mary Evans Picture Library/ARTHUR RACKHAM / The Image Works
Philibert Louis Debucourt (1755-1832). Gilbert du Motier (1757-1834), Marquis de Lafayette, commander-in-chief of the Paris national guard. Engraving. Paris, Musée Carnavalet.  © Musée Carnavalet / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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Philibert Louis Debucourt (1755-1832). Gilbert du Motier (1757-1834), Marquis de Lafayette, commander-in-chief of the Paris national guard. Engraving. Paris, Musée Carnavalet. © Musée Carnavalet / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
Germany: Henry III (1016-1056), 17th Holy Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm, ex priscis numismatibus ad viuum delineatae, & breui narratione historica, 1645 - Henry III (1016-1056), also known as Henry the Black and Henry the Pious, was the eldest son of Emperor Conrad II and a member of the Salian Dynasty. He was elected and crowned as King of Germany in 1028, after his father became Holy Roman Emperor. In 1026, his father made him Duke of Bavaria.  Henry would also became Duke of Swabia and King of Burgundy ten years later in 1038, and when his father died in 1039, he became sole ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, though was not crowned as emperor until 1046.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Germany: Henry III (1016-1056), 17th Holy Roman emperor, from the book Icones imperatorvm romanorvm, ex priscis numismatibus ad viuum delineatae, & breui narratione historica, 1645 - Henry III (1016-1056), also known as Henry the Black and Henry the Pious, was the eldest son of Emperor Conrad II and a member of the Salian Dynasty. He was elected and crowned as King of Germany in 1028, after his father became Holy Roman Emperor. In 1026, his father made him Duke of Bavaria.

Henry would also became Duke of Swabia and King of Burgundy ten years later in 1038, and when his father died in 1039, he became sole ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, though was not crowned as emperor until 1046. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Italy: Martinian (-325), joint 58th Roman emperor, from the book Romanorvm imperatorvm effigies: elogijs ex diuersis scriptoribus per Thomam Treteru S. Mariae Transtyberim canonicum collectis, 1583 - Martinian (-325), also known as Sextus Martinianus, was co-emperor with Licinius. Very little of his past his known aside from serving as a magister at Licinius' court. He was appointed to co-emperor in 324, when Licinius' civil war with Constantine I was at its height.  Martinian was sent with an army of Visigothic auxiliaries to prevent Constantine from entering Asia Minor, but was later recalled when Constantine's armies managed to bypass Martinian's forces. It was not known if Martinian managed to reinforce Licinius in time for his defeat at the Battle of Chrysopolis in 324.  Due to the intervention of Constantia, Licinius' wife and Constantine's sister, both Licinius and Martinian were initially spared, with Martinian being imprisoned in Cappadocia. Both Licinius and Martinian were executed a year later however, on the orders of Constantine.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Italy: Martinian (-325), joint 58th Roman emperor, from the book Romanorvm imperatorvm effigies: elogijs ex diuersis scriptoribus per Thomam Treteru S. Mariae Transtyberim canonicum collectis, 1583 - Martinian (-325), also known as Sextus Martinianus, was co-emperor with Licinius. Very little of his past his known aside from serving as a magister at Licinius' court. He was appointed to co-emperor in 324, when Licinius' civil war with Constantine I was at its height.

Martinian was sent with an army of Visigothic auxiliaries to prevent Constantine from entering Asia Minor, but was later recalled when Constantine's armies managed to bypass Martinian's forces. It was not known if Martinian managed to reinforce Licinius in time for his defeat at the Battle of Chrysopolis in 324.

Due to the intervention of Constantia, Licinius' wife and Constantine's sister, both Licinius and Martinian were initially spared, with Martinian being imprisoned in Cappadocia. Both Licinius and Martinian were executed a year later however, on the orders of Constantine. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
Germany: Henry III (1016-1056), 17th Holy Roman emperor, from the book Romanorvm imperatorvm effigies: elogijs ex diuersis scriptoribus per Thomam Treteru S. Mariae Transtyberim canonicum collectis, 1583 - Henry III (1016-1056), also known as Henry the Black and Henry the Pious, was the eldest son of Emperor Conrad II and a member of the Salian Dynasty. He was elected and crowned as King of Germany in 1028, after his father became Holy Roman Emperor. In 1026, his father made him Duke of Bavaria.  Henry would also became Duke of Swabia and King of Burgundy ten years later in 1038, and when his father died in 1039, he became sole ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, though was not crowned as emperor until 1046.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Germany: Henry III (1016-1056), 17th Holy Roman emperor, from the book Romanorvm imperatorvm effigies: elogijs ex diuersis scriptoribus per Thomam Treteru S. Mariae Transtyberim canonicum collectis, 1583 - Henry III (1016-1056), also known as Henry the Black and Henry the Pious, was the eldest son of Emperor Conrad II and a member of the Salian Dynasty. He was elected and crowned as King of Germany in 1028, after his father became Holy Roman Emperor. In 1026, his father made him Duke of Bavaria.

Henry would also became Duke of Swabia and King of Burgundy ten years later in 1038, and when his father died in 1039, he became sole ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, though was not crowned as emperor until 1046. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works

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