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Images Dated 8th December 2007

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Sand pit, Bishops Park, Fulham, London, 1926-1927 Featured 8 Dec 2007 Image

Sand pit, Bishops Park, Fulham, London, 1926-1927

Sand pit, Bishop's Park, Fulham, London, 1926-1927. Children playing in a large sand pit at Bishop's Park by the River Thames. llustration from Wonderful London, volume I, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, published by Amalgamated Press (London, 1926-1927)

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Ms 1 f.vr Ezra writing the sacred books from memory in 458 BC Featured 8 Dec 2007 Image

Ms 1 f.vr Ezra writing the sacred books from memory in 458 BC

BAL52378 Ms 1 f.vr Ezra writing the sacred books from memory in 458 BC, from the Codex Amiatinus (vellum) by Anglo-Saxon; Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana, Florence, Italy; (add.info.: The Jarrow monastery was the home of Abbot Ceolfrith and where the Codex Amiatinus was written; only remaining pandect of three single volumes written and produced in the monastic scriptorium under the direction of Abbot Ceolfrith. the project was started in 692 AD.); English, out of copyright

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Staple Inn, Holborn, London, 1926-1927 Featured 8 Dec 2007 Image

Staple Inn, Holborn, London, 1926-1927

Staple Inn, Holborn, London, 1926-1927. The black and white half-timbered Staple Inn on High Holborn, one of central London's few surviving Tudor buildings, dates from 1585. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I, published by Amalgamated Press, (London, 1926-1927)

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