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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.)


    Edmond Halley aged 80 (sometimes "Edmund", 1656-1742) was an English astronomer, geophysicist, mathematician, meteorologist, and physicist. Canvas.


    Philosophe tenant un livre et un rouleau de papier - A philosopher holding a book and a roll of paper. Around 1660. Canvas, 128cm x 103cm. M.I. 897

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    A scholar in his study. Wood,38,5 x 32,5 cm INV.1862


    King Ferdinand VI as protector of Arts and Science.


    Astrologue. Canvas


    Un examen a la Faculte de Medecine de Paris - An Examination at the Medical Faculty of Paris, 1901 Oil on canvas, 65 x 81 cm


    Frescos from the spandrels of the main hall of the Assemblee nationale, Paris: Archimedes killed by a soldier.


    Three surgeons, 1926 Canvas


    Hall of the Months: March. The Zodiac sign of Aries and one of the deans which govern ten days each. Fresco, centre range, east wall (1476)


    Isaac Newton, 1795 Coloured engraving with watercolour and ink added, 46 x 60 cm. Cat.N 5058

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    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.


    Map of Cambridge. From De antiquitate Cantebrigiensis Academi: libri duo by John Keys, engraved by Richard Line. London; 1574. Shelfmark: C.24.a.27


    The visit of the doctor. Fresco; 17th century CE.


    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.


    The stairs leading up to the Temple of Heaven, are separated by bands of sculpted marble, showing mountains, dragons and phoenixes, and clouds. See 05-01-02/18-21


    Funeral portrait of a woman, 100-150 CE Painted plaster, 37 x 17 cm Inv. Y 70

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    Women at the Healing Waters. Relief from the pedestal of a monument. Saint-Fontaine near Merlebach, France.


    The executioners of the prince of Terebovl, Vasiliko, bring the body before Prince Vladimir in Volhynia (1097). From the Radziwill Chronicle, an early history of Russia from the legendary beginnings to the 13th. Page 141 v, 612 miniatures, late 15th.


    The warriors of Andrei Bogoliubski pray before the icon robbed by their prince and now called "Our Lady of Vladimir" and thank her for granting them a victory over the Volga-Bulgars (1164). From the Radziwill Chronicle, page 205 v., 612 miniatures, 15th


    The clergy of the town of Vladimir walks in procession to meet the body of the assassinated Grand Prince Andrei Bogoliubski (1175). From the Radziwill Chronicle, an early history of Russia. Page 216, 612 miniatures, late 15th.


    Le Livre des simples medecines - translation into French from the 12th century Latin manuscript of Matthaeus Platearius,physician in Salerno,Italy. Middle 15th,Parchment,29 x 20 cm,221 pages. Collecting turpentine from a pitchpine. Fol.212 verso.


    Monastery Saint Emmeran, since 1812 residence of the Princes Thurn und Taxis: Ceiling fresco in the library, King Solomon, around 1740.


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