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Bones Collection

Background imageBones Collection: Skeleton of a greyhound

Skeleton of a greyhound
Detailed anatomical drawing by Raymond Sheppard in pen and ink of the skeleton of a greyhound, with bones fully labelled

Background imageBones Collection: Knapped Flint Tools

Knapped Flint Tools
A selection of flint and bones tools from a range of prehistoric eras incl. microliths used in compound tools of the mesolithic to earlier scrapers and choppers

Background imageBones Collection: Human body with bones and arteries

Human body with bones and arteries
A diagram of the human body, with details of bones and arteries

Background imageBones Collection: Ossuary Chapel of skulls - Valletta, Malta

Ossuary Chapel of skulls - Valletta, Malta - destroyed by a bomb during World War II. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Skateboarder 1970S

Skateboarder 1970S
A boy skateboarding in protecive gear, including shin pads and a helmet, Crawley, Sussex, England

Background imageBones Collection: Skeleton & Ligaments

Skeleton & Ligaments
Physiological diagram of the skeleton and ligaments

Background imageBones Collection: Diagrams of the bones of hand and arm

Diagrams of the bones of hand and arm
Diagrams of the bones of the left arm and hand, showing the position of the radius and ulna when the thumb is turned inwards. The shoulder blade and part of the collar bone can also be seen

Background imageBones Collection: Happy Families / Mr Bones

Happy Families / Mr Bones
" Happy Families" was devised in Britain by Mr Jacques in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Athenodorus and Ghost

Athenodorus and Ghost
The Greek Stoic philosopher Athenodorus (died 7 AD) rents a haunted house, whose ghost leads him to its improperly buried bones : regarded as the first investigated ghost story

Background imageBones Collection: Extinct / Dinornis / Moa

Extinct / Dinornis / Moa
dinornis giganteis - a reconstruction based on bones discovered

Background imageBones Collection: Ossuary Chapel of skulls - Valletta, Malta

Ossuary Chapel of skulls - Valletta, Malta - destroyed by a bomb during World War II. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Happy Families / Mst Bones

Happy Families / Mst Bones
Master Bones the Butchers Son, from " Happy Families" devised in Britain by Mr Jacques in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: OUR MUTUAL FRIEND

OUR MUTUAL FRIEND
Mr. Venus surrounded by the trophies of his art

Background imageBones Collection: Shops / Butcher / Miss Bones

Shops / Butcher / Miss Bones
Miss Bones the Butchers Daughter, from " Happy Families" devised in Britain by Mr Jacques in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Diagram of the bones of the right leg and hip

Diagram of the bones of the right leg and hip
Diagram of the bones of the right leg, showing the joint with the pelvis at the hip

Background imageBones Collection: Skull and Crossbones - Inverted

Skull and Crossbones - Inverted
The Jolly Roger is the name given to any of various flags flown to identify a ships crew as pirates. The flag most usually identified as the Jolly Roger today is the skull and crossbones

Background imageBones Collection: Skull and Crossbones

Skull and Crossbones
The Jolly Roger is the name given to any of various flags flown to identify a ships crew as pirates. The flag most usually identified as the Jolly Roger today is the skull and crossbones

Background imageBones Collection: Repeating Pattern - Skeletons

Repeating Pattern - Skeletons (white background). *PLEASE NOTE that the magnifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageBones Collection: Dinosaur tail bones

Dinosaur tail bones
From a Palaeontology field trip in Niger, West Africa

Background imageBones Collection: Skull of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis)

Skull of Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis). Krapina. Croatia. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageBones Collection: Piltdown man reconstructed

Piltdown man reconstructed
The Piltdown man sketched by A. Forestier after Professor Keiths reconstruction, and an inset showing an alterative reconstruction after Dr. A. Smith Woodward

Background imageBones Collection: Lambro the Pirate

Lambro the Pirate
Mr Dry in the role of Lambro the Pirate

Background imageBones Collection: Horse Skeleton

Horse Skeleton
Near side view of a Horses Bones : showing also the situation of some principal internal parts - a beautiful engraving !

Background imageBones Collection: Mastodon / Prehistoric US

Mastodon / Prehistoric US
A family of Mastodon, roaming the area of modern-day Manhattan Island. Bones of this large forerunner of the modern-day elephant have been found in this region

Background imageBones Collection: Shops / Butcher / Mr Bones

Shops / Butcher / Mr Bones
Mr Bones the butcher, from " Happy Families" devised in Britain by Mr Jacques in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Skull, jaw and sclerotic bones of dodo

Skull, jaw and sclerotic bones of dodo
Back view of skull, upper and lower view of lower jaw, inner view of jaw, and circle of sclerotic bones in the dodo. Lithograph from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo

Background imageBones Collection: Happyfamilies / Miss Bones

Happyfamilies / Miss Bones
Miss Bones the Butchers Daughter, from " Happy Families" devised in Britain by Mr Jacques in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Happy Families / Mrs Bones

Happy Families / Mrs Bones
" Happy Families" was devised by Mr Jacques in Britain in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Shops / Butcher / Mrs Bones

Shops / Butcher / Mrs Bones
Mrs Bones the Butchers Wife, from " Happy Families" devised by Mr Jacques in Britain in 1861

Background imageBones Collection: Ancient altars, characters, and John Napiers bones

Ancient altars, characters, and John Napiers bones
Ancient altars, ark of the covenant, Chinese musical instrument Ching and King, John Napiers calculating bones, and ancient arithmetical characters

Background imageBones Collection: The Age of the Sea-Monster, discovery in Alaska

The Age of the Sea-Monster, discovery in Alaska
Page from The Illustrated London News reporting on the discovery of the remains of aa sea-monster on the Kenai peninsula. 1950

Background imageBones Collection: Metatarsus bones of the dodo, crowned pigeon

Metatarsus bones of the dodo, crowned pigeon
Metatarsus bones of the dodo, Raphus cucullatus 1-10, crowned pigeon, Goura coronata 12-17, tooth-billed pigeon, Didunculus strigirostris 18, 19 and other birds

Background imageBones Collection: Are these the bones of Percy Fawcett?

Are these the bones of Percy Fawcett?
Captioned Are these the bones of Percy Fawcett? Fawcetts son Brian examines a skull found in South America, where his father disappeared in 1925. 1951

Background imageBones Collection: Harolds oath of fealty to Duke William of Normandy

Harolds oath of fealty to Duke William of Normandy
Allegedly after being shipwrecked on the French coast in 1064 (a date highly disputed amongst historians), The Bayeux Tapestry, and other Norman sources

Background imageBones Collection: Cinema advertisement for wartime recycling

Cinema advertisement for wartime recycling

Background imageBones Collection: Sweden, Stockholm. Storkyrkan (Saint Nicholas Cathedral)

Sweden, Stockholm. Storkyrkan (Saint Nicholas Cathedral). Detail of a tombstone. Date: 2015

Background imageBones Collection: Coffin of a daughter of King Canute, Bosham Church

Coffin of a daughter of King Canute, Bosham Church
Coffin of a daughter of King Canute, discovered at Bosham Church, Sussex, on 4 August 1865 Date: 1865

Background imageBones Collection: Posada, skeletons of tradesmen

Posada, skeletons of tradesmen
Posada endpapers, skeletons of tradesmen, including a tailor, a shoemaker, a hat maker, a carpenter, and a bill sticker. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Posada, Calavera of the Female Dandy, Mexico

Posada, Calavera of the Female Dandy, Mexico
Calavera of the Female Dandy, Mexico. circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Calavera Mexico 1900s Death Skull Bones Mexican

Calavera Mexico 1900s Death Skull Bones Mexican
calavera, mexico, 1900s, death, skull, bones, mexican, face, skulls, teeth, morbid, macabre, head, dead, hat, dark, humour, spear, armour, don, horse, horses, horseback, flying, skeleton, skeletons

Background imageBones Collection: Calavera of Don Juan Tenorio

Calavera of Don Juan Tenorio -- a version of the legend of Don Juan. The stone statue on the right refers to the statue which comes to life and drags Don Juan to hell. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageBones Collection: Calavera of the Dandy, Mexico

Calavera of the Dandy, Mexico
Calavera (skull or death's head) of the Dandy, Mexico. circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Title page design, skull

Title page design, skull. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBones Collection: Death depicted with a bow and arrow

Death depicted with a bow and arrow. Colored engraving

Background imageBones Collection: Egyptian skeleton

Egyptian skeleton
Human remains buried in a wicker coffin. 3000 BC. Old Kingdom or Early Dynastic Period. 1st Dynasty. From Tarkhan. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageBones Collection: The End of the world and the Last Judgement. The dead will c

The End of the world and the Last Judgement. The dead will come out of the tombs. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy

Background imageBones Collection: Cartoon, Bread and Circuses, WW1

Cartoon, Bread and Circuses, WW1
Cartoon, Bread and Circuses. The figure of Death kneels by his broken sword. He says he's done enough now, and would like some bread to eat. Date: 1916

Background imageBones Collection: Native of South Africa holding three spears

Native of South Africa holding three spears, wearing a necklace of bones and a red belt.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Ebenezer Sibly's Universal System of Natural History, 1794



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