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Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod831

IconClass Codes:
45(+3): Warfare; military affairs (+ naval force)
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod854

IconClass Codes:
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod914

IconClass Codes:
32B311(SCOTS): Europeans (with NAME)
41D3: Folk costume, regional costume
46C144: Four-wheeled, animal-drawn vehicle, e.g.: cab, carriage, coach
41A542: Gate, entrance
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
43A42: Triumphal entry and public reception, pageant, 'entrée solennelle', 'joyeuse entrée'
41A11: Palace

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod2734

IconClass Codes:
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
44C21: Political campaign

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod9013

IconClass Codes:
45D323: Sailor
44A3(+2)(GREAT BRITAIN): Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
46C24(BARK): Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
45C12(CLUB): Weapons for striking a blow: club
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod5355

IconClass Codes:
32B311(SCOTS): Europeans (with NAME)
41D3: Folk costume, regional costume
46C144: Four-wheeled, animal-drawn vehicle, e.g.: cab, carriage, coach
41A542: Gate, entrance
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
43A42: Triumphal entry and public reception, pageant, 'entrée solennelle', 'joyeuse entrée'
41A11: Palace

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod5386

IconClass Codes:
44B152: Royal household; courtiers, retinue, train
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 3rd Illustration on Bod5386

IconClass Codes:
44B152: Royal household; courtiers, retinue, train
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod3105

IconClass Codes:
45D323: Sailor
46C2231: Pier, quay, wharf
46C24(SHIP): Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
41C741(+1): Pipe ~ tobacco (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
41A775: Wooden container: barrel, cask, bucket
31A235: Sitting figure
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
46B49: Import and export

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod12480

IconClass Codes:
45C22: Armour
45D313: Private soldier
41A12: Castle
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod18134

IconClass Codes:
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod3937

IconClass Codes:
25F39(DOVE): Other birds: dove
25F23(LION)(+12): Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ heraldic animals)
31A233: Kneeling figure
24A6: Sun represented as face, wheel, etc.
44G3121: Prisoner with hands bound
41D2332: Shoes, sandals
41D223(DOUBLET): Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
11P31121: Insignia of cardinal, e.g. hat, mantle
31A533: Styles of hairdress
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
25F33(EAGLE): Predatory birds: eagle
44G3129: (person) in fetters, not imprisoned
25F23(FOX): Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox
61B2(Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685): Historical person (with NAME)
44G0(+62): Symbols and allegories of jurisprudence (+ condemnation or punishment of the guiltless)
44B62(+02): Bad government
52AA51(+11): Folly, Foolishness; 'Pazzia', 'Sciocchezza', 'Stoltitia' (Ripa) (+ abstract concept represented by female figure)
25F33(EAGLE)(+52): Predatory birds: eagle (+ movements of animal(s))
71F343(+0): Samson ties three hundred foxes two by two by their tails with a fire-brand in between; with the torches on fire he lets them go into the cornfields of the Philistines which are set aflame (+ variant)

Illustration - 2nd Illustration on Bod23536

IconClass Codes:
46A124: Knight
45C221: Helmet
42E22: Cortege, funeral procession
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
43A49: Public funeral

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod19258

IconClass Codes:
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
92D178: Triumph of Cupid

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod23076

IconClass Codes:
25F39(DOVE): Other birds: dove
25F23(LION)(+12): Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ heraldic animals)
31A233: Kneeling figure
24A6: Sun represented as face, wheel, etc.
41D212: Coat, cape
44G3121: Prisoner with hands bound
41D2332: Shoes, sandals
41D223(DOUBLET): Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
11P31121: Insignia of cardinal, e.g. hat, mantle
31A533: Styles of hairdress
44A31: Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
25F33(EAGLE): Predatory birds: eagle
44G3129: (person) in fetters, not imprisoned
25F23(FOX): Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox
61B2(Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685): Historical person (with NAME)
44G0(+62): Symbols and allegories of jurisprudence (+ condemnation or punishment of the guiltless)
44B62(+02): Bad government
52AA51(+11): Folly, Foolishness; 'Pazzia', 'Sciocchezza', 'Stoltitia' (Ripa) (+ abstract concept represented by female figure)
25F33(EAGLE)(+52): Predatory birds: eagle (+ movements of animal(s))
71F343(+0): Samson ties three hundred foxes two by two by their tails with a fire-brand in between; with the torches on fire he lets them go into the cornfields of the Philistines which are set aflame (+ variant)

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