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Images Dated 17th May 2018

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John Hunter, 1786. Artist: WO Geller Featured 17 May 2018 Print

John Hunter, 1786. Artist: WO Geller

John Hunter, 1786. Scottish surgeon and anatomist whose series of lectures on the theory and practice of surgery attracted numerous students, including Edward Jenner, Astley Cooper, and John Abernethy, who would continue his methods. He counted Sir Joshua Reynolds and Joseph Hayden among his friends. After his sudden death his manuscripts were destroyed, but his collection was bought by the nation and acquired by the College of Surgeons in 1800

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St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon Featured 17 May 2018 Print

St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century. Medieval stained glass window in Hereford Cathedral depicts Hilda of Whitby or Hild of Whitby (c. 614?680) is a Christian saint and the founding abbess of the monastery at Whitby. An important figure in the conversion of Anglo-Saxon England to Christianity, she was abbess at several monasteries and recognised for the wisdom that drew kings to her for advice

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Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096 Featured 17 May 2018 Print

Model of Pembroke College Chapel CC72_00096

A model of the 17th century Chapel at Pembroke College, University Of Cambridge, Trumpington Street, Cambridge. This image is printed in the RCHME Inventory Volume: City of Cambridge, Part One. The model was discovered in 1923 in the organ-gallery and is believed to be contemporary with the 17th century chapel. It is made of pinewood and had a removeable roof cover, which is now lost. Photographed in 1954

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