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Minor Gallery

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Choose from 264 pictures in our Minor collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne Featured Print

Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne

Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC. Marble and limestone. Gigantomachy. South frieze. The three-faceted goddess Hecate fighting with a torch, a sword and a lance against the giant Klytios. Next to her is Artemis (she doesn't appear) fighting with a bow and arrow against a Giant who is perhaps Otos (he doesn't appear). Her hunting dog kills another Giant with a bite to the neck. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Wright (Armstrong Siddeley) J65 Sapphire turbojet engine Featured Print

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

Palace of Kucuksu - Constantinople, Turkey Featured Print

Palace of Kucuksu - Constantinople, Turkey

Palace of Kucuksu - Constantinople, Turkey. Rococco Palace built on the banks of the Bosphorus (1856-7) for Adbul Mecit I by Nikogos Balyan. Used by Ottoman Sultans when they came to enjoy a holiday at The Sweet Waters of Asia Minor. Recently restored - now used for Governmental receptions. Date: circa 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection