Edward VII Memorial unveiling at Brighton and Hove
The unveiling of a Memorial to the late King Edward VII on the boundary dividing the boroughs of Brighton and Hove. It was unveiled by the Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, the Duke of Norfolk, in front of a large crowd. The statue represents the Angel of Peace, holding an orb and an olive branch. Edward convalesced several times in Brighton, thereby helping to restore the town's image as a fashionable seaside resort. The memorial is Grade II listed.
© Mary Evans Picture Library
Liverpool - The Rathbone Monument
Liverpool - The Rathbone Monument - People by river , monument in middle distance. Part of Box 62 Boswell Collection - Liverpool. The Rathbone Monument commemorates William Rathbone who died in 1902, although the monument had been made in 1899. It was created by George Frampton, and consists of a bronze robed figure standing on a stone pedestal. Its inscription records that Rathbone founded the district nursing movement, and the forerunners of the Universities of Liverpool and North Wales Date: circa 1900
© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans
Stela relief depicting a male figure in a niche and a Tanit
Stela relief depicting a male figure in a pedestal with offerings in a niche. Above, two birds and a Tanit Goddess holding a cornucopia. At the top, the moon and sun. Limestone. 2nd century BC. Possibly from Ghorfa (central Tunisia). British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.
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