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Map of The Byzantine Empire
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Map of The Byzantine Empire
Frederic Chopin / Etude
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Frederic Chopin / Etude
Saint Francis of Assisi
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Saint Francis of Assisi
Ursa Minor Star Map
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Ursa Minor Star Map
Sheffield Street 1966
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Sheffield Street 1966
Chloroform / Experiment
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Chloroform / Experiment
IRA bombing of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Featured Image

IRA bombing of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster

The fire started after the IRA planted an explosive device in Westminster Hall, Houses of Parliament, 17 June 1974. The 20 lb explosive device caused extensive damage and ignited a gas main that caused additional fire damage to the historic building. Although there were no fatalities, a number of people received minor injuries caused by the blast. The picture shows the building in the later stages of the fire, with smoke coming from the annexe roof, and water hoses stretched across the road

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Monoceros Etc Constell
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Monoceros Etc Constell
Death of Richard I
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Death of Richard I
Leo Major and Leo Minor
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Leo Major and Leo Minor
Canis Minor Star Map
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Canis Minor Star Map
Bears Great and Small
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Bears Great and Small
Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse Featured Image

Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse

Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. South frieze. Gigantomachy. An unidentified goddess is followed by Hephaistos, who raises a two-headed hammer aloft. He is followed by another unidentified kneeling god who thrusts a spear into the body. Next, the goddess Eos rides sidesaddle into battle. She pulls back her horse and is armed with a torch. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine Featured Image

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine

Wright J65 (Armstrong Siddeley) Sapphire turbojet engine. The Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire was a British turbojet engine licence- Built in the United States by Curtiss-Wright of the Wright Aeronautical Corporation as the Wright J65. Initial versions were direct copies with only minor equipment differences, but Wright developed the J65 engine independently of Armstrong Siddeley, powering quite a few of the 1950s US jet combat aircraft. Notable uses were the Martin B-57 Canberra, North American FJ Fury, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, Republic F-84F Thunderstreak, and the two Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter proto Types. A 6, 500-10, 380 shp (4, 850-7, 740 kW) turboprop version of the J65 (Sapphire) was developed by Curtiss-Wright as the Wright T49, and a commercial derivative, the Wright TP51A2 was also designed. The T49 first ran in December 1952 at 8, 000 shp (6, 000 kW), followed by flight testing in a Boeing XB-47D test bed from 26 August 1955. By this time however, the market for the engine had vanished. Date: 1951

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans


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