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Images Dated 24th January 2020

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Figures of the dead from Etruscan furereal urns Featured 24 Jan 2020 Image

Figures of the dead from Etruscan furereal urns

Figures of the dead from Etruscan furereal urns. A man lies on his side in a white tunic and toga, crowned with a garland. From the lid of an urn found near Chiasi in 1721. The second shows a man crowned with garlands at a dinner, with servants bringing bowls and plates of food. From a marble urn in Perugia. Coperchio di un Urna. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Corsi from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Il Costume Antico e Moderno, Florence, 1843

© Florilegius

Dry clean at home, 1943 Featured 24 Jan 2020 Image

Dry clean at home, 1943

Dry clean at home, 1943. Dry cleaning with vinegar, powdered magnesia and bicarbonate of soda at home in wartime. Date: 1943

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1943, 2nd, Bicarbonate, Britain, Clean, Cleaning, Dry, Front, Home, Ii, Magnesia, Powdered, Soda, Vinegar, War, Wartime, World, Ww2, Wwii

Cartoon, Smoking the Calumet (Gladstone and Alabama Claim) Featured 24 Jan 2020 Image

Cartoon, Smoking the Calumet (Gladstone and Alabama Claim)

Cartoon, Smoking the Calumet -- a satirical comment on the American government's claim for compensation for the sinking of the CSS Alabama during the American Civil War. The ship was built in the UK for the Confederate Navy, and spent two years attacking Union ships before she was sunk in the Battle of Cherbourg. The claim was settled later the same year, with a payment to America of $15.5M. Gladstone is seen refusing to smoke the peace-pipe with Jonathan, both of them dressed as Native American Indians; Mr Punch also comments. The figure of 200M is visible in the smoke from the pipe. Date: 1872

© Mary Evans Picture Library