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Images Dated 13th June 2006

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Ms Lat 10525 fol.6 Abraham presents his prisoners and his booty to Melchizedek Featured 13 Jun 2006 Image

Ms Lat 10525 fol.6 Abraham presents his prisoners and his booty to Melchizedek

BNP54257 Ms Lat 10525 fol.6 Abraham presents his prisoners and his booty to Melchizedek, from the Psalter of St. Louis, c.1258-70 (vellum) by French School, (13th century); Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France; A© Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris ; French, out of copyright

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A sailor walks the catapults on the flight deck of USS Enterprise Featured 13 Jun 2006 Image

A sailor walks the catapults on the flight deck of USS Enterprise

Persian Gulf, June 13, 2006 - A sailor walks the catapults as part of his pre-launch checks of the catapults on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise

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KEPLER: HARMONICES, 1619. Title page (first state) of the first edition of Johannes Featured 13 Jun 2006 Image

KEPLER: HARMONICES, 1619. Title page (first state) of the first edition of Johannes

KEPLER: HARMONICES, 1619.
Title page (first state) of the first edition of Johannes Kepler's Harmonices Mundi Libi V, Linz, 1619, setting forth Kepler's third law of planetary motion station that the square of a planet's periodic time is proportional to the cube of its mean distance from the sun

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