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Images Dated 15th September 2007

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The Mummy of Rameses II, Egypt, 1213 BC Featured 15 Sep 2007 Image

The Mummy of Rameses II, Egypt, 1213 BC

The Mummy of Rameses II, Egypt, 1213 BC. Rameses II is regarded as possibly the greatest Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. His reign lasted 66 years, from 1279 until 1213 BC. Rameses mummy was discovered in a cache of mummies at Deir el-Bahri in 1881. It had been moved there from its original burial site in tomb KV5 in the Valley of the Kings. Today it is on display in the Egyptian Museum Cairo

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The Cromwell family, 1899 Featured 15 Sep 2007 Image

The Cromwell family, 1899

The Cromwell family, 1899. Oliver Cromwell, Robert Cromwell, Elizabeth Cromwell (sr) and Elizabeth Cromwell (jr). Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), Lord Protector of England, 1899. Cromwell was a Member of Parliament at the outbreak of the English Civil War in 1642. As one of the judges at the trial of King Charles I in 1649, Cromwell signed the king's death warrant and became Lord Protector of England in 1653. He died in 1668 and was succeeded as Lord Protector by his son, Richard. Although Richard was not entirely without ability, he had no power base in either Parliament or the Army and was forced to resign in May 1659, bringing the Protectorate to an end. In the period immediately following his abdication the head of the army, George Monck, took power for less than a year, at which point Parliament restored Charles II as king. One of Charles first acts was to exhume Cromwell's body from Westminster Abbey and hang it from the gallows at Tyburn; his head was set on a pole on top of Westminster Hall. From The Century Magazine, 1899

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Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), Lord Protector of England, 1899.Artist: T Johnson Featured 15 Sep 2007 Image

Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), Lord Protector of England, 1899.Artist: T Johnson

Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), Lord Protector of England, 1899. Cromwell was a Member of Parliament at the outbreak of the English Civil War in 1642. As one of the judges at the trial of King Charles I in 1649, Cromwell signed the king's death warrant and became Lord Protector of England in 1653. He died in 1668 and was succeeded as Lord Protector by his son, Richard. Although Richard was not entirely without ability, he had no power base in either Parliament or the Army and was forced to resign in May 1659, bringing the Protectorate to an end. In the period immediately following his abdication the head of the army, George Monck, took power for less than a year, at which point Parliament restored Charles II as king. One of Charles first acts was to exhume Cromwell's body from Westminster Abbey and hang it from the gallows at Tyburn; his head was set on a pole on top of Westminster Hall. From The Century Magazine, 1899

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