Triumph of Aemilius Paullus, Ancient Rome
The triumph of the Roman consul and general Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus (229-160 BC) after his victories in the Third Macedonian War, having won the decisive Battle of Pydna. This was the most spectacular triumph seen at that time, and the peak of his career.
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Flt Lt Tommy Rose, DFC (1895-1968)
Flt Lt Tommy Rose, DFC (1895-1968) signs an autograph for Miss Gogo Schiaparelli, the daughter of the famous dress designer, alongside BAIV Double Eagle, G-AEIN, The Perfect Lady, at Hanworth in September 1936, prior to taking part in the Schlesinger Portsmouth to Johannesburg race flown by Tommy Rose. The aircraft was named after the winning cocktail at a Wine and Spirit Exhibition in London. Date:
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