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    Vivant-Denon travaillant dans la salle de Diane au Louvre. Encre brune,lavis brun,plume, 49,6 x 40,9 cm INV 33405 recto


    World Map of Johannes Stabius (Mappa mundi). Dated 1515. Woodblock (printed from four blocks), 645 x 850mm. For the left part see 33-02-03/17.


    The Small Triumphal Car or The Burgundian Marriage. From the triumphal procession of Emperor Maximilian I. 1516-1518. Left block (reduzed in size): Maximilian as Duke and Mary of Burgundy holding the Burgundian coat of arms. Woodcut (printed from two blocks) - left block, 921 x 403mm.


    Coat of Arms of Johann Tscherte (Coat of Arms with the Wild Man). Around 1518. Woodcut, 185 x 142mm. (monogrammed)


    A man drawing a recumbent woman. llustration from Albrecht Duerer's Treatise on the Art of Measurement ("Vnderweysung der messung"), first edition published by Hieronymus Andreae, Nuremberg, 1525. Woodcut, 75 x 216mm. (fol. Q3v.)


    Sitting Astronomer holding a Globe. Title woodcut to Messahalah (Messahalah, De sciencia motus orbis). Published by Johannes Stabius. Printed by Johann Weissenburger, Nuremberg, 3 April 1504. Woodcut, 125 x 102mm. (fol. A1r.)


    Alfred Russel Wallace (1823–1913) was a British naturalist, geographer, anthropologist and biologist. Wallace's independent proposal of a theory of evolution by natural selection prompted Charles Darwin to reveal his own more developed and researched, but unpublished, theory sooner than he had intended.


    Nicolaes Hartsoeker, (1656-1725), physicien, désignant un bateau dans la tempête. 1682. Canvas, 49cm x 40cm. M.N.R. 696


    L'Apothicaire, dit aussi le Chimiste. The pharmacist, also called the chemist. Wood, 27 x 23,5 cm INV. 1463


    The Sciences and the Arts. Wood, 93 x 114 cm Inv. 1405


    El Geografo - The Geographer. Canvas


    Stormy sea. Oil on cardboard/canvas (1906) 23 x 33 cm


    Cuneiform tablet with observations of Venus, Neo-Assyrian from Niniveh, northern Iraq, 7th BCE. The text of the tablet is a copy, made at Niniveh in the 7th BCE, of observations of the planet Venus made in the reign of Ammisaduqa, king of Babylon, about 1000 years earlier. ANE, K.160


    Actors in the rain. From 'Yakusha sangaikyo', a book showing actors in a rainstorm enjoying themselves in the Pleasure Quarters of Edo. They wear wooden shoes and carry paper laterns and umbrellas and hold up the edges of their garments in order not to get them soaked. Woodblock colour printed. Title of Work: Yakusha Sangaikyo ('Amusements For Actors On The Third Floor'). Edo-period, Japan; 1801 Shelfmark: 16104.a.37 volume 2 Page Folio Number: ff.9v-10


    Replica of Galileo's telescope. Made of wood and leather; 1610.


    Newton's first reflecting telescope. 18th century.


    Fragment of a water gauge. Late Period (713-332 BCE), Egypt. Acquisition of the Kircherian Museum


    Two tweezers, a spatula, and a small ladle, from Bethlehem. Bronze, Second Temple Period, Late Hellenistic-Herodian


    Painted geometrical designs on a terracotta pot (6th-1st BCE) from Marson, Marne, France Height 12 cm


    Mousa, daughter of Agathocles, a woman physician. Funerary stele (2nd-1st BCE).


    Greek musician. Clay statuette (10th-6th BCE, Geometric Period) found in 1924 in the Arcades, Crete. Height 7.5 cm Inv. 8104


    Spangenberg Castle near Kassel with a 16th century entrance gate topped by an escutcheon in relief (see close-up 14-01-01/50).


    Coat of arms of Nicolas Fouquet and his wife Madeleine. The tower is Madeleine Fouquet's escutcheon, the squirrel belongs to the Fouquet arms, a symbol of rapid ascension, with the motto "Quo non ascendet" ("Is there a position to which he will not rise?")


    Vladimir founds the Church of Our Lady of the Dime in Kiev; Anastasius and other priests from Cherson are installed there. Vladimir orders the building of the fortress of Belgorod in 990. From the Radziwill Chronicle, page 67, 612 miniatures, late 15th

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