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Images Dated 21st June 2006

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Choose from 199 pictures in our Images Dated 21st June 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print

The Battle of Khartoum, 1885 (1900). Artist: Unknown

The Battle of Khartoum, 1885 (1900). British forces commanded by General Garnet Wolseley were dispatched to the Sudan to relieve General Gordon, besieged at Khartoum. After travelling up the Nile they arrived two days too late to save Gordon

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Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print

John Hunter, 18th century Scottish surgeon, (19th century).Artist: GH Adcock

John Hunter, 18th century Scottish surgeon, (19th century). Hunter (1728-1793) delivered a unique series of lectures on the theory and practice of surgery, which attracted many famous students, including Edward Jenner, Astley Cooper and John Abernethy (who would continue Hunter's methods). Sir Joshua Reynolds and Franz Joseph Haydn were among his friends. After Hunter's death his manuscripts were destroyed but his collections were presented to the Royal College of Surgeons in 1795. Most of this collection was destroyed in an air raid during the Second World War

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Featured 21 Jun 2006 Print

Sir Humphry Davy, Cornish chemist and physicist, 19th century.Artist: Thomson

Sir Humphry Davy, Cornish chemist and physicist, 19th century. Davy (1778-1829) discovered the anaesthetic effects of laughing gas (nitrous oxide). In 1801 he was appointed lecturer at the Royal Institution, where he investigated, with his assistant Michael Faraday (1791-1867), his theory of volcanic action. Using electrolysis, Davy isolated the metals barium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium and strontium, as well as proving that chlorine was a chemical element. He is probably best known for his invention in 1815 of the miners' safety lamp, which enabled deeper, more gaseous seams to be mined without risk of explosion

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