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Images Dated 3rd November 2011

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Prehistoric spear-thrower Featured 3 Nov 2011 Print

Prehistoric spear-thrower

Prehistoric spear-thrower. Artwork of how a spear-thrower (or atlatl) is used to throw a feathered dart. At top and centre, the dart is loaded. At bottom, it is being thrown. The angular momentum imparted means dart speeds of 150 kilometres per hour can be achieved, making this a lethal weapon in the hands of a skilled hunter. In the background is a cave painting of an animal wounded by an atlatl dart. The earliest such weapons were found at Schoningen, Germany, in the 1990s, dating to over 300, 000 years ago

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The Cairn of Peace or Mohyla miru, near Slavkov or Austerlitz, Prace village, Okres Vyskov district, Jihomoravsky region, Czech Republic Featured 3 Nov 2011 Print

The Cairn of Peace or Mohyla miru, near Slavkov or Austerlitz, Prace village, Okres Vyskov district, Jihomoravsky region, Czech Republic

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521988613, Architecture, Burial Mound, Color Image, Czech Republic, Czechia, Day, Daytime, Grave, Historic, Historical, History, Horizontal, Memorial, Memory, Monument, No People, Outdoors, Photography, Slavkov U Brna, South Moravian Region

Dismantling New Brighton Tower EPW004047 Featured 3 Nov 2011 Print

Dismantling New Brighton Tower EPW004047

NEW BRIGHTON, Wallasey, Wirral, Merseyside. Aerial view of New Brighton Tower being removed. Constructed in 1896 as an observation tower, it was closed during the First World War. Due to corrosion it was deemed unsafe to reopen and it was dismantled. After its removal in 1921 the ballroom continued to be a popular venue until destroyed by fire in 1969. Photographed in 1920. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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