Nell Gwynn and the houses in which she lived
Engraved portrait of Nell Gwynn (1650-1687), the English actress and mistress of King Charles II, and two of the houses in which she lived. The images at top and bottom left are of Bagnigge House, Bagnigge Wells, in 1844. Whilst the image at bottom right is of the house in Drury Lane, where Nell lived.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire
Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire. This is 'The Vivers Building' - a house built in 1650 for a mercer called Edward Vivers. Date: circa 1910
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Double-sided stele from Harageh. Late Middle Kingdom. 1800-1
Stele from Harageh depicting two jackals face to face. Seneb, full name Khenti-kheti-emsaf-seneb invoking the gods Ptah, Osiris and Sobek. Double-side. Limestone. Late Middle Kingdom. 1800-1650 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark.
© Thaliastock / Mary Evans
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