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February Collection: 1 Feb 1754

1 Feb 1754 Collection
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Background imageFebruary Collection: Double Headed Serpent 1400 A. D

Double Headed Serpent 1400 A. D
Double Headed Serpent 1400 A.D Turquoise Mosaic. Mixtec-Aztec Metropolitan Museum of Art

Background imageFebruary Collection: The Pilgrim Fathers boarding the Mayflower

The Pilgrim Fathers boarding the Mayflower for their voyage to America. After painting by Bernard Gribble

Background imageFebruary Collection: Water Closet. From Sir John Harington

Water Closet. From Sir John Harington " The Metamorphosis of Ajax", 1556. Harrington installed a water closet in his house near Bath in 1589

Background imageFebruary Collection: Theodore Beza or Beze (1519-1605)

Theodore Beza or Beze (1519-1605) French religious reformer and leading Calvinist. Engraving c1851

Background imageFebruary Collection: John Howard (1726-1790)

John Howard (1726-1790) English prison reformer, inspecting French galley prisoners at work. Howard League for Prison Reform named after him. Wood engraving c1880

Background imageFebruary Collection: Persecution of Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi)

Persecution of Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi) by the Roman Catholic church. Lucrezia Castellani accused of heresy before Inquisitors at Turin after taking part in a banned Waldenses service

Background imageFebruary Collection: St Peters Basilica, Rome

St Peters Basilica, Rome, and the elliptical piazza and colonnades designed by Bernini (1598-1680). From " Nouveau Voyage d Italie", 1702. Copperplate engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Marble Statue of Borghese Gladiator 100 B. C

Marble Statue of Borghese Gladiator 100 B. C
Borghese Gladiator 100 B.C. Marble StatueLouvre Museum

Background imageFebruary Collection: India: Great Stupa at Sanchi, 75-50 BC

India: Great Stupa at Sanchi, 75-50 BC, south gate (torana) architraves

Background imageFebruary Collection: William Allen (1532-1594)

William Allen (1532-1594) English prelate; created Cardinal 1587. On accession of Elizabeth I went into exile. Founded English colleges to train missionaries to reconvert England to Roman

Background imageFebruary Collection: Desiderus Erasmus (1465-1536)

Desiderus Erasmus (1465-1536) Dutch humanist and scholar, using writing slope. Engraving after Durer

Background imageFebruary Collection: William Tyndale of Tindale (c1494-1536)

William Tyndale of Tindale (c1494-1536), English translator of the Bible. Copies of Tyndales vernacular Bible brought into England concealed in bales of various goods. Wood engraving, 1877

Background imageFebruary Collection: Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam

Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam, later to become New York, in 1673. Engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Ulrich Zwingli (1481-1531)

Ulrich Zwingli (1481-1531) Swiss Reformation divine. Chaplain to Swiss forces during Second War of Kappel when he was killed in battle

Background imageFebruary Collection: Settlement in Russian Lapland in 1594

Settlement in Russian Lapland in 1594, showing meat and fish being preserved. After Jan Huyghen van Linschoten " Voyagie A

Background imageFebruary Collection: Arizona, USA. Grand Canyon. Aerial view

Arizona, USA. Grand Canyon. Aerial view

Background imageFebruary Collection: Jean Racine (1693-1699)

Jean Racine (1693-1699). French poet and dramatist. Copperplate engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi)

Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi) Christian sect originating in 12th century France. Devotees followed Christ in simplicity and poverty. Persecuted by Rome

Background imageFebruary Collection: Persecution of Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi)

Persecution of Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi) by the Roman Catholic church. The Castellani family of Val Lucerna surprised by Fr Anselmo from local monastery outside the cave where their

Background imageFebruary Collection: Onondaga village attacked in 1615

Onondaga village attacked in 1615 by Samuel de Champlain (1567-1635), French explorer and " founder of Canada". Onondaga

Background imageFebruary Collection: Pythagoras (c560-c480 BC)

Pythagoras (c560-c480 BC) Ancient Greek philosopher and scientist. Engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson

The Last Voyage of Henry Hudson. Engraving after picture by John Collier. Henry Hudson (c1550-1611) English navigator, set adrift with son and seven others by mutinous crew. Never seen again

Background imageFebruary Collection: Geocentric (earth-centred)

Geocentric (earth-centred) system of universe showing Aristotles four elements surrounded by the fixed stars, spheres of the planets, the primum mobile, and the abode of God

Background imageFebruary Collection: Sri Lanka - Stupa, Buddhist shrine, Abeygyriya

Sri Lanka - Stupa, Buddhist shrine, Abeygyriya

Background imageFebruary Collection: Jacob Boehme (1575-1624)

Jacob Boehme (1575-1624) German theosophist, mystic and alchemist. After engraving by Pieter van Gunst

Background imageFebruary Collection: Arizona, USA. Grand Canyon with the Colorado River, Aerial view

Arizona, USA. Grand Canyon with the Colorado River, Aerial view

Background imageFebruary Collection: Stone head of Buddha, Gupta, 5th centry AD

Stone head of Buddha, Gupta, 5th centry AD. Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India. Photograph

Background imageFebruary Collection: Shakers: United Society of Believers in Christs Second Appearance

Shakers: United Society of Believers in Christs Second Appearance. Members of the community going to dinner, each carrying their own typical, simple Shaker chair

Background imageFebruary Collection: Dr Faustus conjuring up Mephistopheles

Dr Faustus conjuring up Mephistopheles. Faust formed the subject of dramas by Christopher Marlowe and Goethe. Goethes version was the basis for Gounods opera

Background imageFebruary Collection: Peter I the Great (1672-1725)

Peter I the Great (1672-1725)
Peter I the Great (1672-1725. Tsar of Russia from 1682. Engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Sri Lanaka - Reclining Buddha, Gal Vihare

Sri Lanaka - Reclining Buddha, Gal Vihare

Background imageFebruary Collection: Henry Hudson (c1550-1611)

Henry Hudson (c1550-1611) English navigator, being set adrift with his son and seven others by mutinous crew. Never seen again. Wood engraving c1880

Background imageFebruary Collection: River Nile at sunset. Egypt

River Nile at sunset. Egypt

Background imageFebruary Collection: Augustinian canons and their St Bernard dogs

Augustinian canons and their St Bernard dogs from the hospice of Great St Bernard, Switzerland, rescuing a traveller collapsed in the snow. Founded by St Bernard of Menthon (923-1008)

Background imageFebruary Collection: Ulrich Zwingli (1481-1531)

Ulrich Zwingli (1481-1531) Swiss Reformation divine. Chaplain to Swiss forces during Second War of Kappel when he was killed in battle

Background imageFebruary Collection: Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini, 1568-1644)

Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini, 1568-1644) Pope from 1623. Galileos friend and dedicatee of his" Il Saggiatore" who, as Pope, condemned him for his heretical theories. Copperplate engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini, 1568-1644)

Urban VIII (Maffeo Barberini, 1568-1644) Pope from 1623. Galileos friend and dedicatee of his " Il Saggiatore" who, as Pope, condemned him for his heretical theories. Copperplate. engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: 16th century hourglass: 19th century engraving

16th century hourglass: 19th century engraving

Background imageFebruary Collection: Hadrian (Publius Aelius Hadrianus) 76-138

Hadrian (Publius Aelius Hadrianus) 76-138. Roman Emperor from 117. Ancient Roman bust found in Athens. Marble

Background imageFebruary Collection: William Tyndale of Tindale (c1494-1536)

William Tyndale of Tindale (c1494-1536), English translator of the Bible, on morning of his death, giving his jailer a packet for John Rogers (pseudonym of Thomas Mather)

Background imageFebruary Collection: Pythagoras (c560-c480 BC)

Pythagoras (c560-c480 BC) Greek philosopher and scientist. He recognised the mathematical relationship between the length of a vibrating string, column of air, or size of percussion instrument

Background imageFebruary Collection: Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi)

Waldenses (Valdenses, Vaudois, Valdesi) Christian sect originating 12th century France. Its devotees followed Christ in simplicity and poverty. Persecuted by Rome

Background imageFebruary Collection: Tamerlane (1336-1405)

Tamerlane (1336-1405) Tamerlaine/Timur-i-Lang. Turcic conqueror. Islamic leader of Turks and Mongols in conquest of Persia and northern India. Defeated Ottomans, 1402

Background imageFebruary Collection: Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) contemplating the natural beauty of Switzerland. French political author, educationalist and philosopher. Engraving 1787

Background imageFebruary Collection: Thirty Years War: Battle of Rocroi (Rocroy)

Thirty Years War: Battle of Rocroi (Rocroy), 19 May 1643, Spanish defeated by French under Duc d Enghien, Prince de Conde (1621-1686) known as the Great (Grand) Conde

Background imageFebruary Collection: Grotius (Hugo de Groot) 1583-1645

Grotius (Hugo de Groot) 1583-1645, Dutch theologian and jurist. Engraving after the portrait by Mierevelt

Background imageFebruary Collection: Samuel de Champlain (1567-1635)

Samuel de Champlain (1567-1635) French explorer. Explored coast of Canada 1603-1617. Founded Quebec on his third voyage to Canada (1608). Wood engraving



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