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Images Dated 13th November 2006

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Choose from 314 pictures in our Images Dated 13th November 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Melbourne Post Office Featured 13 Nov 2006 Print

Melbourne Post Office

The Melbourne General Post Office on the corner of Elizabeth Street and Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia, circa 1880. Designed by A.E.Johnson in the Renaissance Revival style, the building was extended in 1887 and is now a shopping centre. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2007 Getty Images

15920, Australasia, 54288, Huty1592041, Architecture, T Aus Melbourne, Horizontal, Huty, 73063421, Black, White, Landmark, T

Japan, Central Honshu (Chubu), Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone, Tourist pleasure Featured 13 Nov 2006 Print

Japan, Central Honshu (Chubu), Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone, Tourist pleasure

Japan, Central Honshu (Chubu), Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Hakone, Tourist pleasure boat in front of Mount Fuji (3776m) snow capped and viewed across lake Ashino-ko

© Gavin Hellier

Asia, Asian, Boat, Environment, Fuji Hakone Izu National Park, Hakone, Honshu, Jai, Japan, Japanese, Mount, Mountain, Mt Fuji, National Park, Nature, Outdoors, Snowcapped, Tranquil Scene, Travel Destinations, Volcano

John Locke, English philosopher, (c1850) Featured 13 Nov 2006 Print

John Locke, English philosopher, (c1850)

John Locke, English philosopher, (c1850). Locke (1632-1704) is regarded as the father of British empiricism. He was the author of Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690) in which he argued that knowledge is derived from sensation and introspection, rather than from innate ideas. His political philosophy, set out in Two Treatises of Government were to exert considerable influence on the American and French revolutions, setting out the liberal ideas of the natural rights of man and that the authority of government should be limited and subject to its obligation to serve the public good. Taken from the book Old England's Worthies. (London, c1850)

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