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Hominid crania Featured Related Images Print

Hominid crania

L to R: Australopithecus africanus; Homo rudolfensis; H.erectus; H. heildebergensis; H. neanderthalensis and H. sapiens. Arranged in chronological order these specimens (casts) illustration human evolution

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Spectroscope (c. 1860) by Bunsen and Kirchhoff, published in 1880 Featured Related Images Print

Spectroscope (c. 1860) by Bunsen and Kirchhoff, published in 1880

Spectroscope by Robert Bunsen (German chemist, 1811 - 1899) and Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (German physicist, 1824 - 1884). A spectroscope is an optical device, with the light split into its spectrum and can be examined visually. Wood engraving, published in 1880

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First Authenticated Christmas Tree - Strasbourg Featured Related Images Print

First Authenticated Christmas Tree - Strasbourg

Christmas Tree in History and Legend: The Earliest Authenticated Christmas Tree in Strasbourg (at this time in Germany). A merchant of Strasburg (a Mr Forbes) writes of the residents of the city setting up fir trees in their parlours on which to hang paper cut-outs, apples, wafers, sweets etc.. The tree is visible to passers-by out on the street, catching the particular attention of two young children, who look in to admire the decorations. Date: 1605

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