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Allegory with wolf and eagle, c1516 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Featured June Image

Allegory with wolf and eagle, c1516 (1954).Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Allegory with wolf and eagle, c1516 (1954). Found in the collection of the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, Windsor. A print from Leonardo da Vinci by Ludwig H Heydenreich. (London, 1954)

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A portrait of Lepchas, West Bengal, India, c1910 Featured June Image

A portrait of Lepchas, West Bengal, India, c1910

A portrait of Lepchas, West Bengal, India, c1910. The Lepcha are the aboriginal inhabitants of present day Sikkim. Many Lepcha are also found in western and southwestern Bhutan, the Ilam District of eastern Nepal and even the hills of West Bengal. They are also known as the Rong, Rongke, or Rongpa. Plate taken from Views of Darjeeling with Typical Native Portraits and Groups by J. Burlington Smith, published by Hood & Co. Ltd (Middlesbrough, c1910)

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The Alabaster Sphinx, Cairo, Egypt, c1920s Featured June Image

The Alabaster Sphinx, Cairo, Egypt, c1920s

The Alabaster Sphinx, Cairo, Egypt, c1920s. The Alabaster Sphinx was carved in honour of an unknown Pharaoh, probably during the eighteenth dynasty (between 1700 and 1400 BC). Although the sphinx does not bear an inscription, the facial features suggest that it was built in honour of Hatshepsut, Amenhotep II or Amenhotep III. Plate taken From In the Land of the Pharaohs, published by Lehnert & Landrock (Cairo)

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