This sign indicates that a stable is located nearby.

Stable, Outline

This sign indicates that a stable is located nearby.

This sign indicates that a stable is located nearby.

Stable, Silhouette

This sign indicates that a stable is located nearby.

An illustration of a stagecoach going through a town.

Stagecoach

An illustration of a stagecoach going through a town.

A stagecoach used during the eighteenth century.

An Eighteenth-Century Stagecoach

A stagecoach used during the eighteenth century.

Colonists rioting in protest of the unpopular Stamp Act.

The Stamp Riots of New York

Colonists rioting in protest of the unpopular Stamp Act.

A Stanhope is a  light two or four-wheeled carriage, named afer Lord Stanhope, for whom it was invented.

Stanhope

A Stanhope is a light two or four-wheeled carriage, named afer Lord Stanhope, for whom it was invented.

An illustration of a stirrup.

Stirrup

An illustration of a stirrup.

Posterior view of the stomach of a horse. Labels: a, left cul-de-sac; b, right cul-de-sac; c, greater curvature; d, lesser curvature; e, esophagus; f, duodenum.

Horse Stomach

Posterior view of the stomach of a horse. Labels: a, left cul-de-sac; b, right cul-de-sac; c, greater…

Internal aspect of a horse stomach, opened from below. Labels: a, cuticular mucous membrane; b, villous mucous membrane; c, line of demarcation between the two portions; d, cardiac orifice; e, pyloric orifice and valve.

Horse Stomach

Internal aspect of a horse stomach, opened from below. Labels: a, cuticular mucous membrane; b, villous…

"It is as well to be walking and be sure, as to ride on a stumbling horse and meet with an accident." -Trowbridge, 1866

Stumbling Horse Rebus

"It is as well to be walking and be sure, as to ride on a stumbling horse and meet with an accident."…

A Roman rider battling a Sueve. Suevi were Germanic people that posed a threat to the Romans.

Sueve and Roman Rider

A Roman rider battling a Sueve. Suevi were Germanic people that posed a threat to the Romans.

A man wearing a full suit of armor riding a horse.

Suit of Armor

A man wearing a full suit of armor riding a horse.

Farriery Symbol (horse's hoof care).

Farriery Symbol

Farriery Symbol (horse's hoof care).

"Coin of Syracuse." — Smith, 1882

Syracuse, coin of

"Coin of Syracuse." — Smith, 1882

An illustration of the tail of a horse.

Horse Tail

An illustration of the tail of a horse.

"Castor and Pollux were the offspring of Leda and the Swan, under which disguise Jupiter had concealed himself. Leda gave birth to an egg, from which sprang the twins." —Bulfinch, 1897

The Dioscuri

"Castor and Pollux were the offspring of Leda and the Swan, under which disguise Jupiter had concealed…

Katherine and Petruchio on horseback.

Katherine and Petruchio

Katherine and Petruchio on horseback.

"In the year 1234 B.C., Theseus came to the throne of Athens. He was one of the most renowned characters in the heroic age of Greece, not only on account of his warlike achievements, but from his political wisdom. In the latter part of his reign he is said to have accompanied Hercules in one of his expeditions, and carried off the beautiful Helen, daughter of Tyndarus, king of Lacedaemon." — Goodrich, 1844

Theseus and Helen

"In the year 1234 B.C., Theseus came to the throne of Athens. He was one of the most renowned characters…

A Buggy is a light four-wheeled vehicle in common use in the late 19th century.

Top Buggy

A Buggy is a light four-wheeled vehicle in common use in the late 19th century.

Dollhouse, doll, sailboat, horse.

Toys

Dollhouse, doll, sailboat, horse.

"According to the poets, it was by stratagem that this famous city was at last overcome. They tell us that the Greeks constructed a wooden horse of prodigious size, and in the body of which they concealed a number of armed men, and then retired towards the sea-shore to induce the enemy to believe that the besiegers had given up the enterprise, and were about to return home. Deceived by this maneuver, the Trojans brought the gigantic horse into the city, and the men who had been concealed within it, stealing out in the night time, unbarred the gates and admitted the Grecian army within the walls." — Goodrich, 1844

Trojan horse

"According to the poets, it was by stratagem that this famous city was at last overcome. They tell us…

The wooden Trojan horse from Vergil's <em>Aeneid</em>.

The Wooden Trojan Horse

The wooden Trojan horse from Vergil's Aeneid.

"The Trumpeter's Horse. From the painting by Horace Vernet, in the Hertford Collection, London." -Rees, 1894

The Trumpeter's Horse

"The Trumpeter's Horse. From the painting by Horace Vernet, in the Hertford Collection, London." -Rees,…

Illustration of a drawing in <I>The Harley Psalter</I>, an illuminated manuscript of the second and third decades of the 11th century. Two Anglo-Saxon warriors ride horseback wielding an axe and long spear or javelin. Both horses are rearing up, their front legs off the ground. Both weapons are raised. The warrior in front has dark hair while the hair of the one behind appears to be lighter-colored.

Two Anglo-Saxon Warriors on Horseback

Illustration of a drawing in The Harley Psalter, an illuminated manuscript of the second and third decades…

Two heavily armored knights on horseback shaking hands.

Two Knights

Two heavily armored knights on horseback shaking hands.

Right lateral view of a cervical vertebra of a horse. Labels: 1, neural spine; 2, anterior oblique processes; 3, posterior oblique processes; 5, convex anterior end, and 9, concave posterior end of the centrum; 6, anterior ends of transverse processes; and 7, posterior end of right one; 8, inferior process, or hypapophsis.

Cervical Vertebra of a Horse

Right lateral view of a cervical vertebra of a horse. Labels: 1, neural spine; 2, anterior oblique processes;…

A Victoria is a four-wheeled carriage and seats 2 persons.

Victoria

A Victoria is a four-wheeled carriage and seats 2 persons.

A Wagonette is a four-wheeled vehicle designed to carry 4 or 6 persons.

Wagonette

A Wagonette is a four-wheeled vehicle designed to carry 4 or 6 persons.

"So the people shouted, and the priests blew the trumpets; and it came to pass, when the people heard the sound of the trumpet, that the people shouted with a great shout, and the wall fell down flat, so that the people went up into the city, every man straight before him, and they took the city." Joshua 6:20 ASV
<p>Illustration of the Israelites entering the city of Jericho. The priests are carrying the Ark of the Covenant and blowing trumpets. Several men are carrying spears and shields. A man, possibly Joshua, rides on a horse, carrying a sword, and gesturing for the people to enter. In the background, the walls of Jericho are falling down.

The Walls of Jericho Fall and the Israelites Enter the Promised Land

"So the people shouted, and the priests blew the trumpets; and it came to pass, when the people heard…

Soldiers chasing a lone man who is assumed to be an enemy or spy.

Civil War Horse Chase

Soldiers chasing a lone man who is assumed to be an enemy or spy.

An illustration of Horse Shoe and Birmingham Falls.

Waterfall

An illustration of Horse Shoe and Birmingham Falls.

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business with another's gate,' / So thus the selfish man will surely prate: / An open gate, the cattle soon find out, / And trample in with hogs who root about; / A motley drove now wander o'er the ground, / And desolation, is seen around."—Barber, 1857

What is Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business

"The wind has blown the gate quite open wide; / To shut it, no one will step aside: / 'I have no business…

A wilderness battle during the Civil War.

Wilderness Battle

A wilderness battle during the Civil War.

William and Mary College, Virginia

William and Mary College, Virginia

William and Mary College, Virginia

Wolves attacking a traveler. Caption below illustration: "The road now ran along the skirts of a pine forest, when the traveler suddenly perceived a suspicious noise behind her. Casting back a look of alarm, she saw a troop of wolves trotting along the road, the number of which her fears hindered her from estimating."

Wolves Attacking a Traveler

Wolves attacking a traveler. Caption below illustration: "The road now ran along the skirts of a pine…

An illustration of a woman sitting on a horse holding an umbrella.

Woman on Horse

An illustration of a woman sitting on a horse holding an umbrella.

A woman mounted on horseback.

Woman on horseback

A woman mounted on horseback.

"A reduced copy of the 'Knight,' and is interesting as one of the first wood-engravings executed in Great Britain: several works followed, all, hoever, in the same rude manner." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Wood Engraving

"A reduced copy of the 'Knight,' and is interesting as one of the first wood-engravings executed in…

Wreath with cherubs and horse

Wreath with cherubs

Wreath with cherubs and horse

A zebra

Zebra

A zebra

The zebra is an ungulate from the Equidae family known for its black and white stripes.

Zebra

The zebra is an ungulate from the Equidae family known for its black and white stripes.

A hoofed, herbivorous mammal found in Africa. It is known for its distinct and regular stripes of black or brown on a white background.

Zebra

A hoofed, herbivorous mammal found in Africa. It is known for its distinct and regular stripes of black…

Many zebras in a field.

Zebras

Many zebras in a field.

"The ground color is white, or yellowish white, but the head, body, and legs to the hoofs are regularly striped, mostly crosswise, with a deep brown-black bands, lighter in the middle. " &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Zebras

"The ground color is white, or yellowish white, but the head, body, and legs to the hoofs are regularly…