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Lindisfarne Gospels page
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Lindisfarne Gospels page
Mendeleyevs periodic table, 1869 Featured Image

Mendeleyevs periodic table, 1869

Mendeleyev's periodic table, 1869. Mendeleyev's periodic table of 1869. This is the first version of the periodic table drawn up by the Russian chemist Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleyev (1834-1907). He left gaps in the table for new elements, that were indeed later discovered, vindicating his theory. This version has the elements listed using chemical symbols, and ordered by atomic weight, but the fully correct chemical arrangement has not yet emerged. The final version (1871) had the elements arranged in the familiar vertical columns or groups. This version is dated (lower left) to 17 February 1869, and Mendeleyev's name is at top. This manuscript is from the Mendeleyev museum. Photographed in St Petersburg, Russia. See also H413/297

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Declaration of Independence
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Declaration of Independence
Sir W Raleigh, The History of the World, W Stansby for W Burre 1614 (b / w photo) Featured Image

Sir W Raleigh, The History of the World, W Stansby for W Burre 1614 (b / w photo)

5988844 Sir W Raleigh, The History of the World, W Stansby for W Burre 1614 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir W Raleigh, The History of the World, W Stansby for W Burre 1614. Illustration for A Catalogue of Engraved and Etched English Title-Pages compiled by Alfred Forbes Johnson (Bibliographical Society, 1934).); © Look and Learn

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New England Primer page
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New England Primer page
A Good Book, (oil on board)
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A Good Book, (oil on board)
Soyuz docking mission, news reports, 1969 Featured Image

Soyuz docking mission, news reports, 1969

Front-page Western news reports on the Soviet Soyuz docking mission of January 1969, the first time two manned spacecraft had docked. The two spacecraft, Soyuz 4 and Soyuz 5, docked on 16th January 1969. Two of the crew members on Soyuz 5 (Aleksei Yeliseyev and Yevgeny Khrunov) transferred by space walking to Soyuz 4 and landed with its commander, Vladimir Shatalov. Soyuz 5 was landed separately by its commander, Boris Volynov. Shatalov is at lower centre, while Yeliseyev, Volynov and Khrunov are at centre (left to right). An artwork of the spacecraft is at centre left, with a photograph at top

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Lunar map of 1854
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Lunar map of 1854
Vespasian, Roman emperor
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Vespasian, Roman emperor

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