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Images Dated 16th August 2017

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HMS Queen Elizabeth sails into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time Featured 16 Aug 2017 Print

HMS Queen Elizabeth sails into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time

Pictured is Britain's future flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth as she sailed into her home port of Portsmouth for the first time.
Greeted by thousands of people lining the Portsmouth seafront, the 65, 000-tonne carrier was met with the warmest of welcomes as she arrived in her home port.
Royal Navy sailors lined up in ceremonial procedure on the flight deck of the mammoth ship, standing alongside civilian colleagues from the Aircraft Carrier Alliance, as she passed the Round Tower. The ship berthed at the newly-opened Princess Royal Jetty at Her Majesty's Naval Base Portsmouth, which will be home to both of the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers

© Crown copyright

German Theatre Costume Featured 16 Aug 2017 Print

German Theatre Costume

German Theatre Costume - Tannhauser als Saenger und als Pilger (Tannhauser as Singer and as Pilgrim). He was a German Minnesinger and poet, dating back to the 13th century, made even more famous by Wagner's opera.
19th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

13th, 19th, Ages, Als, Century, Costume, Cross, German, Hat, Legend, Love, Man, Medieval, Men, Middle, Minne, Minnesaenger, Minnesinger, Music, Opera, Penitence, Pilger, Pilgrim, Poet, Poetry, Religion, Religious, Saenger, Singer, Song, Songwriter, Tannhauser, Theatre, Wagner

Sculpture by Max Blondat Featured 16 Aug 2017 Print

Sculpture by Max Blondat

Max Blondat (1872-1925) - 1, L'Air ('The Air'), bas-relief for the decoration of the Pavilion of the Manufacture of S趲es at the Exhibition of Decorative Art of 1925; 2, animal carrying a basket of flowers, sculpture intended for a garden; 3, 4 and 5, gilded bronze motifs, executed for an Edgar Brandt iron door. Date: circa 1925

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection