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Pictures Dated 11th April 2007

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Featured 11 Apr 2007 Print

'Who's to Pay?', 1878.Artist: Swain

'Who's to Pay?', 1878. British prime minister Benjamin Disraeli and a personification of India wearing a sari. Behind is a map of India's North West Frontier and Afghanistan. Illustration from Punch, or the London Charivari, (1878).

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Featured 11 Apr 2007 Print

The meeting between the Roman Ambassador, Popillius, and King Antiochus, Egypt, c18th century. Artist: Unknown

The meeting between the Roman Ambassador, Popillius, and King Antiochus, Egypt, c18th century. Gaius Popillius Laenas was sent as an envoy to prevent a war between Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid Empire and Ptolemaic Egypt. On being confronted with the Roman demands that he abort his attack on Alexandria, Antiochus played for time; Popillius Laenas is supposed to have drawn a circle around the king in the sand with his cane, and ordered him not to move out of it until a firm answer had been given. The Syrians withdrew. Engraved for Middleton's Complete System of Geography.

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Featured 11 Apr 2007 Print

Chuma and Susi, 19th century. Artist: Unknown

Chuma and Susi, 19th century. Chuma and Susi were loyal servants of explorer David Livingstone. They came into the limelight after their employer Livingstone died at Chitambo's village (in modern day Zambia). They decided to carry his body all the way to Bagamoyo (on the coast of modern day Tanzania) where it was handed over to the British authorities and transported to London for burial.

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