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The Coat of Arms of Florian Waldauf (Waldauff) von Waldenstein. Illustration to Saint Birgitta of Sweden: Revelationes (Birgitta Suecica, Reuelationes sancte Birgitte). Published by Florian Waldauf (von Waldenstein), printed by Anton Koberger, Nuremberg, 21 September 1500. Woodcut, 231 x 144mm. (fol. A2v.)
Skull of Homo erectus from Sangiran Java. The earliest fossils of Homo erectus, or a more primitive ancestral form Homo ergaster, date back to 1.8–1.9 million years ago, in Kenya. Homo erectus has been identified as having been present in tropical areas of the Old World soon after this, and later still in temperate areas of Asia and Europe.
Skull of Homo habilis from Lake Turkana, Kenya. Homo habilis is the earliest known species of the genus Homo; that is, the first human species. It existed from approximately 2.2 to 1.6 million years ago in east Africa. Only a few fossil remains have been discovered so far, but these specimens exhibit a clear trend toward larger brain size.
Michael Faraday (1791-1867) lecturing at the Royal Institution. In the front row of the audience, from left to right, are Tyndall, Huxley, Wheatstone, Crookes, Darwin, Daniels and Frankland. This is a replica of a panel on the entrance doors of the Imperial Chemical House Millbank, London.