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Images Dated 21st September 2010

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YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900. Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell Featured 21 Sep 2010 Print

YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900. Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell

YELLOW FEVER, CUBA, c1900.
'Conquerors of Yellow Fever. Cuban physician Dr. Carlos Finlay (left, in civilian clothes), U.S. Army surgeon Dr. Walter Reed (center), and others observe as Dr. Jesse Lazear inoculates Dr. James Carroll for yellow fever in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. Oil on canvas, c1940, by Dean Cornwell

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Interior of the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Mtskheta Featured 21 Sep 2010 Print

Interior of the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, Mtskheta

Svetitskhoveli Cathedral literally, the Living Pillar Cathedral, is a Georgian Orthodox cathedral located in the historical town of Mtskheta, Georgia, 20 km northwest of the nation's capital of Tbilisi.Svetitskhoveli, known as the burial site of Christ's mantle, has long been the principal Georgian church and remains one of the most venerated places of worship to this day. It presently functions as the seat of the archbishop of Mtskheta and Tbilisi, who is at the same time Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia.The current cathedral was built in the 11th century by the Georgian architect Arsukisdze, though the site itself is even older dating back to the early 4th century and is surrounded by a number of legends associated primarily with the early Christian traditions.It is the second largest church building in the country, after the recently consecrated Tbilisi Holy Trinity Cathedral, and is listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site along with other historical monuments of Mtskheta

© 2010 Frans Sellies

Anglo-Saxon woman N090543 Featured 21 Sep 2010 Print

Anglo-Saxon woman N090543

Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a female wearing a tubular gown or peplos fastened by two brooches. Grave 615. Anglo Saxon

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Costume, Graphic, People, Saxon