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Cyrus II, King of Persia, restoring the Hebrews sacred vessels.
Hand-colored woodcut of a Gustave Dore illustration

Media ID 5878294

© North Wind Picture Archives

500s Bc 6th Century Bc Ancient History Babylon Babylonia Ceremony City Classical Civilization Diplomacy Diplomat Dore Gustave Dore Hebrews Holy Iraq Israelites King King Of Persia Mesopotamia Mid East Middle East Palace Peace Persia Persian Sacred

18"x14" Modern Frame

16x12 Print in an MDF Wooden Frame with 180 gsm Satin Finish Paper. Glazed using shatter proof thin plexiglass. Frame thickness is 1 inch and depth 0.75 inch. Fluted cardboard backing held with clips. Supplied ready to hang with sawtooth hanger and rubber bumpers. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Packaged foam wrapped in a card.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 35.6cm x 40.6cm (14" x 16")

Estimated Product Size is 35.6cm x 45.7cm (14" x 18")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.

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