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Images Dated 28th February 2006

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Dorset UK - patchwork farming landscape. View from Golden Gap 626 ft above sea level, the highest coastal point in south west England Featured 28 Feb 2006 Image

Dorset UK - patchwork farming landscape. View from Golden Gap 626 ft above sea level, the highest coastal point in south west England

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Dorset UK - patchwork farming landscape. View from Golden Gap" 626 ft above sea level, the highest coastal point in south west England.
David C Dixon
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Countries, Country, Europe, European, Farm Land, Farming, Field, Fields, Habitat, Habitats, Landscape, Landscapes, Panoramic, Scen Ic, United Kingdom, West Country

Autographs of Eminent Persons, 19th century Featured 28 Feb 2006 Image

Autographs of Eminent Persons, 19th century

Autographs of Eminent Persons, 19th century. Signatures of famous Britons from an encyclopaedia: Sir Ralph Abercromby, soldier; J C Adams, astronomer; Roger Ascham, scholar; W Edmonstone Aytoun, poet; Sir Samuel Baker, explorer; Sir Charles Barry, architect; Cardinal Beaton, churchman; G T Beauregard, American soldier; J P Berzelius, chemist; Sir David Brewster, scientist; Robert Boyle, philanthropist; John Bright, orator; Sir Benjamin Brodie, physician; Charlotte Brontosaurus, novelist; Lord Henry Brougham, orator; Thomas Brown, metaphysician; Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer; George Buchanan, scholar; Francis Buckland, naturalist; John Bunyan, allegorist; Samuel Butler, satirist; William Camden, antiquary; Thomas Campbell, poet

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Martin Luther, German theologian and Augustinian monk, 19th century Featured 28 Feb 2006 Image

Martin Luther, German theologian and Augustinian monk, 19th century

Martin Luther, German theologian and Augustinian monk, 19th century. Luther (1483-1546) was a major inspiration behind the Reformation. He was excommunicated by Pope Leo IX in 1521 and declared an outlaw at the Diet of Worms. Under the protection of the Elector of Saxony, Luther produced a German translation of the Bible, and he went on to found the Lutheran Protestant Church

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