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Naval princes D880032 Featured Alfred Print

Naval princes D880032

OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Naval group, mostly relatives of Queen Victoria, including (left to right): Prince Alfred Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha (second son); possibly Prince Leopold Duke of Albany (grandson); Edward Prince of Wales (eldest son and soon to be King Edward VII, seated); Prince Henry of Prussia (grandson); probably Prince Louis of Battenberg (grandson by marriage); Prince George Duke of York (grandson, later to be George V).
This photograph must predate 1900 when Prince Alfred passed away, handing the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg Gotha to his nephew Leopold

© Historic England

Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839 Featured Alfred Print

Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839

This woman, working as a post lady, is emptying a post box at an unidentified location in Kerrier, Cornwall. Although it was relatively unusual for women to hold positions such as this at the time, it was not unknown, and many women were starting to campaign for equality through movements such as the suffragettes. Women over 21 achieved the vote in 1928, 27 years after this picture was taken. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son, 1901

© Historic England

Computer artwork: human brain showing speech areas Featured Alfred Print

Computer artwork: human brain showing speech areas

Human brain. Computer artwork of a side viewof the human brain, coloured to illustratedifferent regions. The cerebrum is seen dividedinto four regions: the frontal lobe (red), thetemporal lobe (blue); the parietal lobe (orange)and the occipital lobe (green). The white areasare the two language centres of the brain, wheremessages are read or heard and understood andsentences composed. Speech is one of the "higher"conscious thought processes that occur in thecerebrum. The cerebellum (yellow) controls thebody's invol- untary muscular coordination, balance and posture. The brainstem (red, atbottom) controls vital functions such asbreathing

© Alfred Pasieka/Science Photo Library