A New Map of the Roman Empire, from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, pub
BAL42841 A New Map of the Roman Empire, from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, pub. by Bassett & Chiswell, 1676 (hand coloured plate engraving) by Speed, John (1552-1629); O'Shea Gallery, London, UK; (add.info.: Inscription reads A New Mappe of the Romane Empire, newly described by John Speede, and are to be sold by Tho. Bassett in Fleet Street, & Ric Chiswell in St Pauls Churchyard; The atlas was originally printed by George Humble in 1627, but Bassett & Chiswell published their own edition in 1676;); English, out of copyright
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Portrait of a paper made king and queen on the occasion of celebrating Bengali New Year - 1423 in Dhaka
Celebrating Bengali New Year is a traditional festival in Bangladesh which is observed on the first day of Bengali calendar. This celebration is locally known as Pohela/ Poila Boishakh where Pohela/ Poila stands for First and Boishakh refers the name of the first month of Bengali calendar.
This celebration encompasses colorful procession, concerts, traditional fairs, etc. The colorful procession usually arranged by the students of Art Faculty of Dhaka University is locally known as Mangol Shuvajatra which is marked as a world heritage by the UNESCO recently
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School children are playing a prominent part in the Eltham Festival celebrations
School children are playing a prominent part in the Eltham Festival celebrations organised to mark the eight hundredth anniversary of the Parish of Eltham . Pupils from Ealdham Road Junior School are busy rehearsing for the display they are to give on Friday evening . They are seen here performing one of the country dances which forms part of their programme , leading the team into a Scottish reel is nine year old Cynthia Elliott of Edgeworth Road Eltham , South East London , England .
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