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Pictures Dated 19th June 2008

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Featured 19 Jun 2008 Print

Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, England, 1924-1926.Artist: Francis Frith & Co

Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, England, 1924-1926. The building of Ludlow Castle was begun in the late 11th century by Roger de Lacy, one of the Marcher Lords on the border with Wales. In the early 14th century it was extended by Roger Mortimer, the powerful baron who led the rebellion that overthrew Edward II. The castle was an important base during the Wars of the Roses, and by the late 15th century had become the seat of government of Wales and the Border Counties. Ludlow avoided damage in the English Civil War, but fell into decline after its administrative functions were moved to London in the late 17th century. A print from Hutchinson's Britain Beautiful, edited by Walter Hutchinson, Volume 4, 1924-1926. Illustration from Hutchinson's Britain Beautiful, edited by Walter Hutchinson, volume IV, 1924-1926.

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Featured 19 Jun 2008 Print

'Ludlow Castle, Shropshire', 1924-1926.Artist: Louis Burleigh Bruhl

'Ludlow Castle, Shropshire', 1924-1926. The building of Ludlow Castle was begun in the late 11th century by Roger de Lacy, one of the Marcher Lords on the border with Wales. In the early 14th century it was extended by Roger Mortimer, the powerful baron who led the rebellion that overthrew Edward II. The castle was an important base during the Wars of the Roses, and by the late 15th century had become the seat of government of Wales and the Border Counties. Ludlow avoided damage in the English Civil War, but fell into decline after its administrative functions were moved to London in the late 17th century. A print from Hutchinson's Britain Beautiful, edited by Walter Hutchinson, Volume 4, 1924-1926.

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Featured 19 Jun 2008 Print

Andreas Vesalius, 16th century Flemish anatomist, 1954. Artist: Unknown

Andreas Vesalius, 16th century Flemish anatomist, 1954. Vesalius' (1514-1564) great work on anatomy De Humani Corporis Fabrica (On the Structure of the Human Body) (1543) was a landmark, with accurate depictions of parts of the body, including the nervous system. Vesalius based his work on dissection and personal observation, disproving the belief that because, in Genesis, God created Eve from Adam's rib, men had one less rib than women. He contradicted Aristotle's teaching that the heart is the seat of the emotions, replacing it with the brain and the nervous system. A print from Leonardo da Vinci by Ludwig H Heydenreich. (London, 1954).

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