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Wrestlers. Fragment of bas-relief frieze c.500 BC. The Panathenaia, a state religious Featured History Print

Wrestlers. Fragment of bas-relief frieze c.500 BC. The Panathenaia, a state religious

Wrestlers. Fragment of bas-relief frieze c.500 BC. The Panathenaia, a state religious festival dedicated to Athena, was held every 4 years and included Drama, Music and Athletics. Atheltic element formed Panathenaic Games, precursor of Olympic Games. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

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Alexander I of Poland (Alexander Jagellon 1461-1501): Coronation of Alexander at Cracow Featured History Print

Alexander I of Poland (Alexander Jagellon 1461-1501): Coronation of Alexander at Cracow

Alexander I of Poland (Alexander Jagellon 1461-1501): Coronation of Alexander at Cracow (1501) by Archbishop Gnesen. On altar behind the bishop is the chalice from which communion will be taken during the service. Three keepers of regalia hold Orb., Sword and Sceptre, symbols of kingship. From illuminated manuscript in Czartoryski Library, Cracow

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Joseph Lister (1827-1912), English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary c1867 Featured History Print

Joseph Lister (1827-1912), English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary c1867

Joseph Lister (1827-1912), English surgeon, on his ward round in Glasgow Royal Infirmary c1867. A pioneer of antiseptic surgery, he was able to announce in 1867 that his wards had been clear of sepsis for 9 months.On left an assistant holds Lister's steam spray which produced a spray of carbolic acid (phenol) laden steam. Patient is handing Lister her broken doll and he sewed its leg back on for her. After pencil sketch

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