The Groups of Men ClipArt gallery offers 337 illustrations of two or more men engaged in everyday activities.

An illustration of a group of male cooks dancing in a line.

Male Cooks Dancing in a Line

An illustration of a group of male cooks dancing in a line.

An illustration of two Georgia Crackers, a term that refers to the original American pioneer settlers of the Province of Georgia and their descendants. These were frontier people whose culture on self-reliance and simplicity has survived into the modern times.

Georgia Crackers

An illustration of two Georgia Crackers, a term that refers to the original American pioneer settlers…

An illustration of a crowd fighting.

Crowd Fighting

An illustration of a crowd fighting.

A group of adult males surrounding a ragged woodsman who is holding a gun.

Crowd of Men

A group of adult males surrounding a ragged woodsman who is holding a gun.

The mutineers ill treating their prisoners.

Robinson Crusoe

The mutineers ill treating their prisoners.

The mutineers overpowered.

Robinson Crusoe

The mutineers overpowered.

Death of the rebel captain.

Robinson Crusoe

Death of the rebel captain.

Friday and his father.

Robinson Crusoe

Friday and his father.

Robinson receives a welcome from the Spaniard.

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson receives a welcome from the Spaniard.

"Here is a new game, which is causing a great deal of amusement at social gatherings in Europe. Two boys, or young men, are blindfolded, and in the right hand of each is placed a stout roll of paper in the form of a club or cudgel. The players then have to lie down on the carpet and to grasp each other by the left hand. Thereupon the fun begins. One of the players asks the other, 'Are you there?' When the answer, 'Yes' comes he raises his right hand and strives to hit with his cudgel the spot where, from the sound of the voice, he supposes the other player's head to be. The other player, however, is at perfect liberty to move his head after he has answered 'Yes,' and the result is that in nine cases out of ten the blow misses his head and falls on his shoulders or some other part of his body. In that case it is his turn to retaliate, and so the game goes on indefinitely, the sole object of the player who asks the question being to strike the other player's head, and that of the player who answers to save his head from being struck."— Thomas Sheppard Meek

Cudgel Game

"Here is a new game, which is causing a great deal of amusement at social gatherings in Europe. Two…

An illustration of communication between a diver and the surface. Q, Battery with switch and bell in case; and R, Attendant's receiver and transmitter.

Diver's Communication

An illustration of communication between a diver and the surface. Q, Battery with switch and bell in…

The Investiture of the Duke of Milan is a woodcut that was created by German artist Albrecht Dürer. It is part of a series of woodcuts called "Triumphal Arch". A woodcut is created by carving an image on a wooden block and rolling ink over that surface, and then printing it on paper.

The Investiture of the Duke of Milan

The Investiture of the Duke of Milan is a woodcut that was created by German artist Albrecht Dürer.…

In education, is there no middle course?

Education's Middle Course

In education, is there no middle course?

Scene from the story, "The Escape from Prison."

Escape From Prison

Scene from the story, "The Escape from Prison."

An illustration of two men, Egmont and Horn, being executed by beheading.

Execution of Egmont and Horn

An illustration of two men, Egmont and Horn, being executed by beheading.

An illustration of a family greeting a man on the road.

Family in Car Greeting Man on Road

An illustration of a family greeting a man on the road.

Two men fencing.

Fencing

Two men fencing.

Prime parry. The thrust <em>in prime</em> for the left side of the body is parried by the act of striking up the opponent's foil by lowering the point of the foil, the back of the hand toward the face, as shown in the right-hand figure.

Fencing

Prime parry. The thrust in prime for the left side of the body is parried by the act of striking…

Quarte parry. The thrust <em>in quarte</em> for the left side of the body, on the high lines, is parried by striking down to the left the opponent's foil by assuming the attitude shown in the left-hand figure.

Fencing

Quarte parry. The thrust in quarte for the left side of the body, on the high lines, is parried…

Tierce parry. The thrust <em>in tierce</em> for the right side of the body, on the high lines, is parried by raising the foil and striking the opponent's weapon to the right, as shown in the left-hand figure.

Fencing

Tierce parry. The thrust in tierce for the right side of the body, on the high lines, is parried…

Two men fencing.

Fencing

Two men fencing.

An illustration of two men fighting.

Two Men Fighting

An illustration of two men fighting.

Dribbling.

Football

Dribbling.

Four men and two pots of money.

Four men

Four men and two pots of money.

Four men reaching for money

Four men

Four men reaching for money

Four men with one on horse gonig toward the King's house

Four men

Four men with one on horse gonig toward the King's house

Will Gambell fighting with Robin Hood.

Will Gamewell

Will Gambell fighting with Robin Hood.

Examples of medieval attire.

Garments

Examples of medieval attire.

An illustration of a gentlemen's lounge.

Gentlemen's Lounge

An illustration of a gentlemen's lounge.

This illustration shows various types of gladiators, each type with with his specific weapons attributed to him.
Gladiators were swordsmen whose profession was to fight for the public amusement. Gladiators are said to have been borrowed by Rome from the Etruscans. They were first exhibited in Rome in 246 BC, primarily at funerals, but afterwards at festivals, particularly those celebrated by the aediles and other magistrates. More than ten thousand were shown at Trajan's triumph over the Dacians. They were either free-born citizens, usually of a low class, who fought for hire, or captives, slaves, or malefactors, and were kept in schools, where they were carefully trained. Chief varieties were Andabatae, who wore helmets with no openings for the eyes, so that their blindfold movements provoked the spectators' mirth; Mirmillones, who used Gallic weapons, sword and shield; Retiarii, who carried a net and a three-pronged lance -- the net to entangle their opponents; and Thraces, who, like the Thracians, used a short sword and a round buckler. 
When a gladiator was severely wounded and defeated, the people cried out 'Habet' (He has it), and he lowered his arms; then, if the spectators wished his life to be spared, they turned their thumbs down; but it they desired his death, they turned them up. These combats were often attended by great cruelty and callousness on the part of the spectators; sometimes they were fights à outrance, none being spared alive. Discharged gladiators were presented with a rudis, or wooden sword, and hence were called rudiarii. Gladiatorial combats were disliked by the Greeks, and practically never took place in Greek cities.

Gladiators

This illustration shows various types of gladiators, each type with with his specific weapons attributed…

"At a low price these goods this man hath bought, / 'Pay as you go,' so he's been early taught: / By buying cheap, he thus can sell the same / At a low price, and thus a profit gain; / But he that always buys his goods on trust, / Pays prices more, and interest large he must, / But he that buys for cash, is truly told / Goods well and cheaply bought, and thus half sold."&mdash;Barber, 1857

Goods Well Bought, Are Half Sold

"At a low price these goods this man hath bought, / 'Pay as you go,' so he's been early taught: / By…

Three men at work grinding scissors.

Grinding Hull

Three men at work grinding scissors.

A group of adult males huddled together talking.

Group of men

A group of adult males huddled together talking.

An illustration of a group of men from behind.

Group of Men

An illustration of a group of men from behind.

An illustration of a group of men.

Group of Men

An illustration of a group of men.

A group of men looking over tall rocks to determine where the plume of smoke is coming from.

Group of Men Looking Over Rocks

A group of men looking over tall rocks to determine where the plume of smoke is coming from.

An illustration of a group of men waiting at a train station.

Group of Men Waiting at Train Station

An illustration of a group of men waiting at a train station.

An illustration of two guards escorting a man by the collar.

Guards Escorting Man

An illustration of two guards escorting a man by the collar.

General Hancock at odds with Senator Randolph for dismissing the Tariff Reform as "local question."

Hancock at Odds with Randolph

General Hancock at odds with Senator Randolph for dismissing the Tariff Reform as "local question."

Two boys playing handball

Handball

Two boys playing handball

Men with their seasons harvest on a cart.

Harvesting

Men with their seasons harvest on a cart.

Nast being held down by General Disposition to give President Hayes'' surrender policies a chance.

Hayes' Surrender Policies

Nast being held down by General Disposition to give President Hayes'' surrender policies a chance.

"With crutches broke the cripple cannot go; / One that is close of sight doth pity the show; / The one that's lame, hath vision strong and clear, / He sees all dangers round, both far and near; / The one who's vision's dim, is hale and strong, / He carries the other with ease along: / By doing thus, an action, noble, kind, / Will to himself a greater blessing find."&mdash;Barber, 1857

He that Helps Another, Helps Himself

"With crutches broke the cripple cannot go; / One that is close of sight doth pity the show; / The one…

"These fishermen chanced a large haul to make, / Were fearful lest the fish their net would break; / Down in the water plunge, make sure their net, / The fish they seize; they care not for the wet."&mdash;Barber, 1857

He That Would Catch Fish, Must Not Mind Getting Wet

"These fishermen chanced a large haul to make, / Were fearful lest the fish their net would break; /…

Hector, from Homer's Iliad, dressed in armor.

Hector

Hector, from Homer's Iliad, dressed in armor.

A drawing of the courtroom scene when Patrick Henry said his famous speech, "Give me liberty or give me death."

"Give me liberty or give me death!"

A drawing of the courtroom scene when Patrick Henry said his famous speech, "Give me liberty or give…

Senators Hoar and Hawley accept Blaine.

Hoar and Hawley Accept Blaine

Senators Hoar and Hawley accept Blaine.

Nast depicts New York corruption as Tammany Hall contemplates Mayor Hoffman's Presidential bid. Hoffman: "It will be very difficult to sit on both of those stools at once. You know the Proverb, Boss!" Boss Tweed: "If you were blessed with my Figure, you could manage it."

Tammany Hall Contemplates Hoffman's Presidential Bid

Nast depicts New York corruption as Tammany Hall contemplates Mayor Hoffman's Presidential bid. Hoffman:…

Arthur-A-Bland and Robin Hood fighting with staffs.

Arthur-A-Bland and Robin Hood

Arthur-A-Bland and Robin Hood fighting with staffs.

King Richard and Robin Hood.

King Richard and Robin Hood

King Richard and Robin Hood.

Little John and Robin Hood Fight.

Little John and Robin Hood

Little John and Robin Hood Fight.

Robin Hood and two priests in Sheerwood Forest.

Priests and robin Hood

Robin Hood and two priests in Sheerwood Forest.

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Horatius

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Horatius

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Horatius

Scene from the story, "Horatius."

Two men riding horses on a path.

Horseback Riding

Two men riding horses on a path.

An illustration of a group of men walking through a field holding shotguns.

Group of Men Hunting

An illustration of a group of men walking through a field holding shotguns.

An illustration of a group of men shooting gamefowl.

Group of Men Hunting

An illustration of a group of men shooting gamefowl.

An illustration of a group of men climbing a wall of ice.

Ice Climbing

An illustration of a group of men climbing a wall of ice.

"A chimney sweep hath some offense here given, / The foolish man is to fierce anger driven; / The urchin black, strikes at his face and eyes, / A dirty fight ensures, fierce passion rise: / Lashes are given - oftener the blows, / At every touch the man still blacker grows: / If you would keep your face and clothes quite neat, / Avoid all quarrels with a chimney sweep."&mdash;Barber, 1857

If You Quarrel with a Sweep, You'll Get Blackened

"A chimney sweep hath some offense here given, / The foolish man is to fierce anger driven; / The urchin…