Image-based Similarity Search

With the image-based similarity search, you can explore an inventory of several million images. The images include both individual illustrations (photos, graphics, paintings) and illustrations in books or manuscripts. The image segments are automatically recognized with the help of AI technologies from the field of machine learning.

You can search for people, animals, plants, landscapes, coats of arms, book covers, miniatures or initials. Give it a go and search for "digital twins".

Here you will find instructions on how to use the image-based similarity search.

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Allegorie auf die Pflichten des Landmanns : "Hac uetusta marmorea tabula, quæ Romæ in ædibus Octauiani Zeno prope theatrum Pompeij et campum Floræ extat, hisce signis ornata, ueteres / rerum naturalium periti optimi agricolæ munus significare uoluerunt. Qui(K) assiduo(M) labore, die(G) noctuque(H), tribus(C) solis(A), quattuor(F) lunæ(D) stationibus, et / naturali(B) utrusque(E) sideris cursu obseruatis, fortitudine(Q), prouidentia(P), fide(O), et diligentia(I), terram(L) fatigando rem agranam tractat et proinde / carum(N) frugum(T) quæ lucis(X) et tenebrarum(V) tempore creantur(R), oriuntur(S), excolunturque uberrimum piouentum fert. // A sol oriens / B Rerum natura solis comes / C Iria solis tempora, Oriens, meridies, Occidens, / D Luna Occidens / E Rerum natura uelox lunæ sideri praccipiti comes ideo alata // F Quattuor lunæ tempora, noua semiplena, plena, iterum semiplena / G dies facem extollens / H Nox facem deijciens / I Coruus qui diligentiam significat / K Torræ laborator optimus et diligens agricola / L Bos siue taurus qui terram designat // M Gladius tauro infixus qui laborem ostendit / N Sanguis qui terræ fructus demonstrat / O Canis quo amor et fides / P Serpens quo prouidentia / Q Leo quo robur uel fortitudo significantur / R Cancer qui creationem / S Scorpio qui generationem / T Spicæ quæ Ierræ fructus designant / V Arbor nocturna cum scorpione, quæ generationem / X Arbor dicurna cum bouis capite laborem significant // Ioannes Orlandi formis romæ i602"

Allegorie auf die Pflichten des Landmanns : "Hac uetusta marmorea tabula, quæ Romæ in ædibus Octauiani Zeno prope theatrum Pompeij et campum Floræ extat, hisce signis ornata, ueteres / rerum naturalium periti optimi agricolæ munus significare uoluerunt. Qui(K) assiduo(M) labore, die(G) noctuque(H), tribus(C) solis(A), quattuor(F) lunæ(D) stationibus, et / naturali(B) utrusque(E) sideris cursu obseruatis, fortitudine(Q), prouidentia(P), fide(O), et diligentia(I), terram(L) fatigando rem agranam tractat et proinde / carum(N) frugum(T) quæ lucis(X) et tenebrarum(V) tempore creantur(R), oriuntur(S), excolunturque uberrimum piouentum fert. // A sol oriens / B Rerum natura solis comes / C Iria solis tempora, Oriens, meridies, Occidens, / D Luna Occidens / E Rerum natura uelox lunæ sideri praccipiti comes ideo alata // F Quattuor lunæ tempora, noua semiplena, plena, iterum semiplena / G dies facem extollens / H Nox facem deijciens / I Coruus qui diligentiam significat / K Torræ laborator optimus et diligens agricola / L Bos siue taurus qui terram designat // M Gladius tauro infixus qui laborem ostendit / N Sanguis qui terræ fructus demonstrat / O Canis quo amor et fides / P Serpens quo prouidentia / Q Leo quo robur uel fortitudo significantur / R Cancer qui creationem / S Scorpio qui generationem / T Spicæ quæ Ierræ fructus designant / V Arbor nocturna cum scorpione, quæ generationem / X Arbor dicurna cum bouis capite laborem significant // Ioannes Orlandi formis romæ i602"

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Allegorie auf die Pflichten des Landmanns : "Hac uetusta marmorea tabula, quæ Romæ in ædibus Octauiani Zeno prope theatrum Pompeij et campum Floræ extat, hisce signis ornata, ueteres / rerum naturalium periti optimi agricolæ munus significare uoluerunt. Qui(K) assiduo(M) labore, die(G) noctuque(H), tribus(C) solis(A), quattuor(F) lunæ(D) stationibus, et / naturali(B) utrusque(E) sideris cursu obseruatis, fortitudine(Q), prouidentia(P), fide(O), et diligentia(I), terram(L) fatigando rem agranam tractat et proinde / carum(N) frugum(T) quæ lucis(X) et tenebrarum(V) tempore creantur(R), oriuntur(S), excolunturque uberrimum piouentum fert. // A sol oriens / B Rerum natura solis comes / C Iria solis tempora, Oriens, meridies, Occidens, / D Luna Occidens / E Rerum natura uelox lunæ sideri praccipiti comes ideo alata // F Quattuor lunæ tempora, noua semiplena, plena, iterum semiplena / G dies facem extollens / H Nox facem deijciens / I Coruus qui diligentiam significat / K Torræ laborator optimus et diligens agricola / L Bos siue taurus qui terram designat // M Gladius tauro infixus qui laborem ostendit / N Sanguis qui terræ fructus demonstrat / O Canis quo amor et fides / P Serpens quo prouidentia / Q Leo quo robur uel fortitudo significantur / R Cancer qui creationem / S Scorpio qui generationem / T Spicæ quæ Ierræ fructus designant / V Arbor nocturna cum scorpione, quæ generationem / X Arbor dicurna cum bouis capite laborem significant // Ioannes Orlandi formis romæ i602"

Allegorie auf die Pflichten des Landmanns : "Hac uetusta marmorea tabula, quæ Romæ in ædibus Octauiani Zeno prope theatrum Pompeij et campum Floræ extat, hisce signis ornata, ueteres / rerum naturalium periti optimi agricolæ munus significare uoluerunt. Qui(K) assiduo(M) labore, die(G) noctuque(H), tribus(C) solis(A), quattuor(F) lunæ(D) stationibus, et / naturali(B) utrusque(E) sideris cursu obseruatis, fortitudine(Q), prouidentia(P), fide(O), et diligentia(I), terram(L) fatigando rem agranam tractat et proinde / carum(N) frugum(T) quæ lucis(X) et tenebrarum(V) tempore creantur(R), oriuntur(S), excolunturque uberrimum piouentum fert. // A sol oriens / B Rerum natura solis comes / C Iria solis tempora, Oriens, meridies, Occidens, / D Luna Occidens / E Rerum natura uelox lunæ sideri praccipiti comes ideo alata // F Quattuor lunæ tempora, noua semiplena, plena, iterum semiplena / G dies facem extollens / H Nox facem deijciens / I Coruus qui diligentiam significat / K Torræ laborator optimus et diligens agricola / L Bos siue taurus qui terram designat // M Gladius tauro infixus qui laborem ostendit / N Sanguis qui terræ fructus demonstrat / O Canis quo amor et fides / P Serpens quo prouidentia / Q Leo quo robur uel fortitudo significantur / R Cancer qui creationem / S Scorpio qui generationem / T Spicæ quæ Ierræ fructus designant / V Arbor nocturna cum scorpione, quæ generationem / X Arbor dicurna cum bouis capite laborem significant // Ioannes Orlandi formis romæ i602"

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