[Multi-use buttons] Lionheart's EU 3 buttons 2016-10-05

[Multi-use buttons] Lionheart's EU 3 buttons

  1. jojoweb
    These buttons were converted from Lionheart's Europa Universalis Buttons.




    These buttons are packed in atlas format, no unique buttons.

    1. Great Person List :

    -Statesman: Johan de Witt
    -Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn
    -Scientist: Galileo Galilei
    -Philosopher: René Descartes
    -Diplomatic Advisor: Nicollò Machiavelli
    -Conquistador: Hernán Cortés
    -Spymaster: Christopher Marlowe
    -Religious Advisor: Pope Julius II, known as 'the warrior pope'

    -Trader: Jacob Fugger, nicknamed 'the Rich'
    -Army Advisor: Leonardo Da Vinci
    -Naval Advisor: Vasco Da Gama
    -Banker: Lorenzo de' Medici
    -Statesman: Thomas More
    -Artist: Michelangelo
    -Scientist: Nicholas Copernicus
    -Philosopher: Desiderius Erasmus

    -Diplomatic Advisor: Baldassare Castiglione
    -Conquistador: Francisco Pizarro
    -Spymaster: Henry VII of England
    -Religious Advisor: Pope Sixtus IV
    -Trader: Cesare Borgia
    -Army Advisor: Maximilian I
    -Naval Advisor: Christopher Columbus
    -Banker: Giovanni Arnolfini

    -Statesman: Charles the Bold
    -Artist: Raphael
    -Scientist: Johannes Gutenberg
    -Philosopher: Martin Luther
    -Religious Advisor: Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal Richelieu
    -Conquistador: Peter Stuyvesant
    -Spymaster: Gaspar de Guzmán, Count-Duke of Olivares
    -Missionary: Pope Innocent X

    -Trader: An unnamed Knight of Santiago
    -Army Advisor: Oliver Cromwell
    -Naval Advisor: Admiral Michiel de Ruyter
    -Banker: Andries Bicker



    2. Ideas List :

    -Humanistic Tolerance: Detail from 'Signing of the Declaration of Indepence'.
    -Divine Supremacy: Detail from 'The Coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte'.
    -Church Attendance Duty: A nice view of Canterbury Cathedral.
    -Bill of Rights: A fabricated image of the Pre-ambule to the U.S. Constitution.
    -Cabinet: Detail from 'The Great Meeting of the States-General'.
    -Espionage: Rembrant's son dressed as a monk.
    -National Trade Policy: Detail from 'The Picture Gallery'.
    -National Bank: Detail from 'Amsterdam City Hall and Dam Square'.

    -Bureaucracy: Detail from 'The signing of the Peace of Munster'.
    -Smithian Economics: Detail from 'The Mill at Wijk bij Duurstede'.
    -Viceroys: Another detail from 'The Surrender of Breda'.
    -Shrewd Commerce Practices: Detail from 'Syndics of the Cloth Guild'.
    -Colonial Adventures: View of Batavia.
    -Quest for the New World: Rembrandt's father dressed as a conquistador.
    -Merchant Adventures: Another detail from the painting of the shipyard of Batavia.
    -Glorious Arms: Detail of a painting known as 'Fighting on Horseback'.

    -Battlefield Commissions: Detail of a painting showing a moment from the ten days campaign of 1831.
    -Engineer Corps: Detail of the painting 'The Storming of Coevorden'.
    -Military Drill: Detail from a painting known as 'Cavalry attack'.
    -Grand Army: Detail from a painting of an unknown land battle.
    -National Conscripts: Detail from 'The Surrender of Breda'
    -Naval Glory: Detail from a battle of the Third Anglo-Dutch War.
    -Naval Glory less blurred.
    -Excellent Shipwrights: Detail from a painting showing the shipyard of Batavia.

    -Naval Fighting Instruction: Detail from 'The Gunshot'.
    -Superior Seamanship: Detail from 'The Gust of Wind'.
    -Sea Hawks: Washington crosses the Delaware
    -Grand Navy: Detail from a battle at Gibraltar between Dutch and Spanish ships.
    -Deus Vult: Detail of a 17th century painting showing crusaders storming the walls of Jerusalem.
    -Deus Vult more blurred
    -Patron of the Arts: Another detail from 'The Picture Gallery'.
    -Patron of the arts less blurred.

    -Scientific Revolution: Detail from a picture showing Benjaming Franklin letting up his kite.