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Background imageCell Collection: Histological Diagram of a Mammalian Retina

Histological Diagram of a Mammalian Retina
RAMON Y CAJAL, Santiago (1852-1934). Spanish doctor and histologist, Nobel Prize in 1906. Histological diagram of a mammalian retina. Original drawing by Ramon y Cajal

Background imageCell Collection: Science / Evolution

Science / Evolution
From the simple cell to the giraffe, via the mammoth and the pterodactyl

Background imageCell Collection: Irish gentleman in a whisky bar in Dublin prison, 1821

Irish gentleman in a whisky bar in Dublin prison, 1821
Irish gentleman in Croftons whisky and beer bar in Dublin prison, 1821. Bankrupt Brian Boru with his friends in the taproom drinking with criminals and debtors. The Tap in Sheriffs Prison

Background imageCell Collection: Rolls Royce / Snecma Olympus 593 Mk602 engine in a test cell

Rolls Royce / Snecma Olympus 593 Mk602 engine in a test cell
Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 Mk602 engine in a test cell. circa 1975. Date: 1975

Background imageCell Collection: Aylesbury Prison 1900

Aylesbury Prison 1900
Aylesbury Prison corridor B3 1900 Date: 1900

Background imageCell Collection: Liver

Liver
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a section through a liver (x 7000), an organ that has over 500 functions in the human body (x 800)

Background imageCell Collection: Human cell

Human cell
Illustration of a highly magnified section through a human cell. Page 8 from Human Biology, 1977

Background imageCell Collection: State Penitentiary at Stateville, Joliet, Illinois, USA

State Penitentiary at Stateville, Joliet, Illinois, USA
Interior view of a cell block at the Illinois State Penitentiary at Stateville, near Joliet, Illinois, USA. The prison was designed using the panopticon principle promoted by Jeremy Bentham

Background imageCell Collection: Brixton Prison / Mayhew

Brixton Prison / Mayhew
Female convicts during the silent hour at Brixton Prison, London. All prisoners were required to sit quietly outside their cell

Background imageCell Collection: Pentonville Prison Cell

Pentonville Prison Cell
PENTONVILLE A cell in the prison, with a hammock for sleeping and a loom for day-work

Background imageCell Collection: Plasmodium sp. malarial parasite

Plasmodium sp. malarial parasite
Scanning electron microscope image of a malarial protozoal parasite. The parasite requires the anopheles mosquito to complete its life cycle

Background imageCell Collection: Convict in prison cell turning hand-crank

Convict in prison cell turning hand-crank

Background imageCell Collection: Cell Block Interior, Wakefield Prison, West Yorkshire

Cell Block Interior, Wakefield Prison, West Yorkshire
The interior of a cell block at Wakefield Prison, West Yorkshire. Cells line the open galleries which have a safety net strung across to prevent inmates falling

Background imageCell Collection: Girls room, Aylesbury Borstal, Buckinghamshire

Girls room, Aylesbury Borstal, Buckinghamshire
A typical inmates room at the Aylesbury girls borstal, Buckinghamshire, established in 1909 as a youth prison for those aged 16 to 21

Background imageCell Collection: Man in the Iron Mask, playing the cello in prison

Man in the Iron Mask, playing the cello in prison
There are conflicting theories as to who this man was. One is that he was Count Ercole Antonio Mattioli (Matthioli or Marchioly, 1640-1703), an Italian diplomat, arrested as Eustache Dauger in 1669

Background imageCell Collection: Portsmouth Prison Gallery

Portsmouth Prison Gallery
One of the galleries at Portsmouth Prison, Hampshire, cell doors lining each side. Date: circa 1900

Background imageCell Collection: Cell wing at Pentonville Prison

Cell wing at Pentonville Prison. Date: 1862

Background imageCell Collection: Human red blood corpuscles

Human red blood corpuscles
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) of red blood cells showing their characteristic biconcave shape which increases the surface area for diffusion

Background imageCell Collection: Fagin in Jail

Fagin in Jail
Fagin in the condemned cell

Background imageCell Collection: Sleeping cell at Brixton Prison

Sleeping cell at Brixton Prison

Background imageCell Collection: Corridor and cell doors, Bodmin Gaol, Cornwall

Corridor and cell doors, Bodmin Gaol, Cornwall
The main corridor and cell doors at Bodmin Gaol, Cornwall

Background imageCell Collection: Suffragette in Prison Cell

Suffragette in Prison Cell. A suffragette languishes in a bare prison cell. Captioned, Edie - A Good Suff! The drawing is initialed E.S.P - E. Sylvia Pankhurst? Date: circa 1909

Background imageCell Collection: Foraminifer model

Foraminifer model
Model of typical nummulitic foraminfer after Zittel

Background imageCell Collection: T2 cell culture

T2 cell culture
Scanning electron microscope image showing a T2 cell culture (x 4K)

Background imageCell Collection: Stonehenge / Stukeley

Stonehenge / Stukeley
A peep into the Sanctum Sanctorum. Stukeley states When we advance.. the chasm of sky between the jambs of the cell.. and the greatness of every part, surprizes

Background imageCell Collection: Romeo & Juliet / Friar

Romeo & Juliet / Friar
Act IV Juliet visits Friar Lawrence in his cell and procures a sleeping potion

Background imageCell Collection: Pregnant nun Sister Jean sitting in her convent cell

Pregnant nun Sister Jean sitting in her convent cell, her habit open to reveal her breasts. A picture of Saint Martha on the wall. Soeur Jeanne

Background imageCell Collection: SCHLEIDEN, Matthias Jakob (1804-1881). German

SCHLEIDEN, Matthias Jakob (1804-1881). German botanist and co-founder of the cell theory. Litography

Background imageCell Collection: Convair F-106B-31-CO Delta Dart 57-2507

Convair F-106B-31-CO Delta Dart 57-2507
Convair NF-106B-31-CO Delta Dart 57-2507 (msn 8-27-01) at NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH. registered as NASA 607 Built April 1958

Background imageCell Collection: Saint Anthony of Padua (1195-1231) by Juseppe de Ribera

Saint Anthony of Padua (1195-1231) by Juseppe de Ribera
Saint Anthony of Padua (1195-1231). Portuguese friar of Franciscan Order. Painting by Juseppe de Ribera (1591-1652). Spanish painter. San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Madrid. Spain. Date: 2019

Background imageCell Collection: Napoleon in the Prison of Nice

Napoleon in the Prison of Nice, France. Date: 1794

Background imageCell Collection: Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engine

Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engine in a test cell fitted with an experimental afterburner, on 1 April 1963. Date: 1962

Background imageCell Collection: Suffragette in Prison Cell

Suffragette in Prison Cell. Cover illustration for Die Suffragettes by Kaethe Schirmacher (Alexander Duncker Verlag Weimar 1912) Based on a sketch made in Holloway Prison by Sylvia Pankhurst

Background imageCell Collection: These are scenes from the London Orphan Asylum in Watford. 1) boys doing drill 2) the boys band 3

These are scenes from the London Orphan Asylum in Watford. 1) boys doing drill 2) the boys band 3) sewing class 4) the Prince of Wales proposing the toast of the asylum at the Jubilee Dinner at

Background imageCell Collection: JOHN COLLINGTON

JOHN COLLINGTON: Ne-er-do-well & wife beater, poacher, hiring hitmen & getting others to menace his neighbours. Buried 6 of his dead children in the orchard to save money! Date: 1696/7 - 1750

Background imageCell Collection: Galleria Mazzini, Genoa, Genova, Italy

Galleria Mazzini, Genoa, Genova, Italy
Vintage 19th century photograph - Galleria Mazzini, Genoa, Genova, Italy, image c.1890 s

Background imageCell Collection: Ouled Nail street, Biskra, Algeria

Ouled Nail street, Biskra, Algeria
Vintage 19th century photograph: Algeria, c.1890 - the Ouled Nail street, Biskra

Background imageCell Collection: Street in Tunis with arches, architecture, Tunisia

Street in Tunis with arches, architecture, Tunisia
Vintage 19th century photograph: street in Tunis with arches, architecture, Tunisia

Background imageCell Collection: Irish gentleman in his cell, Dublin prison, 1821

Irish gentleman in his cell, Dublin prison, 1821
Irish gentleman in his cell with other inmates, Dublin prison, 1821. Captain Blake introduces a ragged exciseman. Sheriffs Prison - Introducing Swan the Exciseman

Background imageCell Collection: The hermitage of Monserrato, Isle of Elba

The hermitage of Monserrato, Isle of Elba
The hermitage or Sanctuary of Monserrato, Porto Azzurro, Isle of Elba, famous pilgrimage site in the 18th century. Veduta delL Eremo di Monserrato

Background imageCell Collection: Wormwood Scrubs - Prison Cell

Wormwood Scrubs - Prison Cell
Interior of a cell at Wormwood Scrubs prison, London. Date: circa 1945

Background imageCell Collection: East entrance to the cell in the Southwest

East entrance to the cell in the Southwest Tower of the Tower of London, 1803. Early Pointed Style. Copperplate engraving drawn and etched by John Thomas Smith from his Topography of London, 1811

Background imageCell Collection: North view of the cell in the Southwest Tower

North view of the cell in the Southwest Tower of the Tower of London, 1803. Early Pointed Style. Copperplate engraving drawn and etched by John Thomas Smith from his Topography of London, 1811

Background imageCell Collection: Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones

Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones and chain of worker bees. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Friedrich Johann Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder (Picture Book for Children)

Background imageCell Collection: Colonel F. Carneiro de Campos: Prisoner of War

Colonel F. Carneiro de Campos: Prisoner of War
Colonel Frederico Carneiro de Campos, was imprisoned by Paraguayan soldiers shortly before the initial act and declaration of war by Paraguay

Background imageCell Collection: PRIESTLEYS BATTERY

PRIESTLEYS BATTERY 64-cell electro-chemical battery, invented by Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), English clergyman and chemist. Date: 1810

Background imageCell Collection: PRISON / MAT-MAKING / 1873

PRISON / MAT-MAKING / 1873
A convict in his cell, making mats. Date: 1873

Background imageCell Collection: VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

VICAR OF WAKEFIELD
The Primrose family join their father when he is thrown into a debtors prison by the evil Squire Thornhill. Date: First published: 1766



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