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Choose from 260 pictures in our Ox collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ox treadmill, uper Italy, ca. 1600. Were used to drive corn Featured Print

Ox treadmill, uper Italy, ca. 1600. Were used to drive corn

Ox treadmill, uper Italy, ca. 1600. Were used to drive corn mills. Two oxen can work on the slanting plate. The animals are roped and forced to walk up the plate all the time in so doing the plate turn away beneath them a wooden gear system transmits the rotary movement to the millstone inside the building. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Roman Art. Italy.Pompeii. Altar of Vespasian, (69-79 CE). T Featured Print

Roman Art. Italy.Pompeii. Altar of Vespasian, (69-79 CE). T

Roman Art. Pompeii. Altar of Vespasian, Temple of Vespasian (69-79 CE). The relief shows a sacrificial scene: the sacrificer and his aide bring the sacrificial bull, while the priest, a veil over his head, pours the libation over a tripod. Archaeological Site, Pompeii, Italy

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Advert for John Pound & Co travel trunks 1912 Featured Print

Advert for John Pound & Co travel trunks 1912

'Finest solid leather trunks and kit bags'. John Pound became Lord Mayor of London in 1904. With less time to run his business, he gave control of the company to his two sons, John Lulham and Percy Albert. John Pound & Co. continued to trade until the 1940s or 1950s when it was taken over by John Lewis.
1912

© Mary Evans Picture Library