This music trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Music Trophy Clock Panel

This music trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory…

This trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Trophy Clock Panel

This trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory…

General Scott's entry into Mexico City following victory in the attack on Chapultepec.

General Scott's Entry into Mexico City

General Scott's entry into Mexico City following victory in the attack on Chapultepec.

Gulliver takes the enemy's fleet, the Blefuscudians, and victoriously drags them into the royal port of Lilliput crying, "Long live the most puissant Emperor Lilliput!"

Gulliver in Victory

Gulliver takes the enemy's fleet, the Blefuscudians, and victoriously drags them into the royal port…

Andrew Jackson's reception by the citizens of New Orleans following his defeat of the British in the Battle of New Orleans.

Jackson's Reception by the Citizens of New Orleans

Andrew Jackson's reception by the citizens of New Orleans following his defeat of the British in the…

A medal of Smyrna depicting Ceres,  the goddess of plenty.  The reverse side of the medal shows Jupiter seated, holding the emblem of Victory.

Medal of Smyrna

A medal of Smyrna depicting Ceres, the goddess of plenty. The reverse side of the medal shows Jupiter…

A medal of Tarsus which suggest that Minerva, the goddess of arts and sciences, was revered there.  In her hand she holds a Victory holding a garland, turning from the goddess.

Medal of Tarsus

A medal of Tarsus which suggest that Minerva, the goddess of arts and sciences, was revered there. In…

"A medal prepared by Napoleon to be issued at London in honor of his expected triumph. It represents Hercules overthrowing a merman and bears the legend Frappée à Londres - 'Struck in London' - 1804."—Webster, 1920

A Napoleonic Medal

"A medal prepared by Napoleon to be issued at London in honor of his expected triumph. It represents…

"Nike, or Victory." —Bulfinch, 1897

Nike

"Nike, or Victory." —Bulfinch, 1897

"The first public monuments that arose after the Persian wars were erected under the auspices of Cimon, who was, like Pericles, a lover and patron of the arts. The principal of these were the small Ionic temple of Nike Apteros (Wingless Victory), and the Theseum, or Temple of Theseus. The temple of Nike Apteros was only 27 feet in length by 18 in breadth, and was erected on the Acropolis in commemoration of Cimon's victory at the Eurymedon." — Smith, 1882

Temple of Nike Apteros

"The first public monuments that arose after the Persian wars were erected under the auspices of Cimon,…

Roman coin struck to commemorate the victory over Pyrrhus and his elephants.

Victory Coin over Pyrrhus

Roman coin struck to commemorate the victory over Pyrrhus and his elephants.

A Greek statue.

Victory of Samothreace

A Greek statue.

"In close array, this firm united band / Guarded on every point will boldly stand; / Their foes attack them on each side in vain; / By standing, they at last the victory gain."—Barber, 1857

They Conquer Who Endure

"In close array, this firm united band / Guarded on every point will boldly stand; / Their foes attack…

The Battle of Tippecanoe was fought in 1811 between United States forces led by Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory and forces of Tecumseh's growing American Indian confederation. The battle took place outside Prophetstown, near present-day Battle Ground, Indiana, and was part of what is sometimes known as Tecumseh's War, which continued into the War of 1812. The battle was an important political and symbolic victory for the American forces.

Tippecanoe Battle Ground in 1860

The Battle of Tippecanoe was fought in 1811 between United States forces led by Governor William Henry…

This chased metal dish trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Dish Trophy

This chased metal dish trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that…

This chased metal dish trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Dish Trophy

This chased metal dish trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that…

This chased metal dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Dish Trophy

This chased metal dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used…

This chased metal armor dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Armor Dish Trophy

This chased metal armor dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were…

This chased metal art trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Art Trophy

This chased metal art trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used…

This chased metal tool trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Tool Trophy

This chased metal tool trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that…

This is a sculture of the Greek goddess Nike.

Victory

This is a sculture of the Greek goddess Nike.

"Nelson's flagship at the battle of Trafalgar."—Webster, 1920

The Victory

"Nelson's flagship at the battle of Trafalgar."—Webster, 1920

A representation of Victory, inscribing on a shield the triumph of the Romans; at the same time, she tramples a battered helmet.  The second medal represents a warrior holding a blunt spear, a sheathed sword, and trampling on a helmet.  This denotes peace procured at the expense of the vanquished, represented by the woman weeping under a tree.

Victory

A representation of Victory, inscribing on a shield the triumph of the Romans; at the same time, she…

A British Army officer known for his victory over the French in Canada during the early 18th century.

James Wolfe

A British Army officer known for his victory over the French in Canada during the early 18th century.