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Images Dated 23rd January 2007

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Colossus of Rhodes statue Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

Colossus of Rhodes statue

Colossus of Rhodes. Historical artwork showing the vast bronze statue of the Greek sun god Helios (later identified with Apollo, the god of light), at the entrance of the harbour at Rhodes, a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. The statue, standing 33 metres tall, was completed in 282 BC and stood for only 56 years before being destroyed in an earthquake. Even the broken remains were so impressive that people travelled from afar to see them. They remained in Rhodes for around 800 years until the Saracens invaded and sold them, supposedly transporting them to Alexandria on the backs of 900 camels. This engraving is from Maerten van Heemskerck's 16th century book Seven Wonders of the World, and reproduced in The Picture Magazine, 1894


Death Plaque in the name of Ernest Emmerson Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

Death Plaque in the name of Ernest Emmerson

Death Plaque in the name of Ernest Emmerson. There are two Ernest Emmersons listed on Soldiers Died.'They are : 1) 12/1247 Lance Corporal Ernest Emmerson, York and Lancaster Regiment, 12th (Service) (Sheffield) Battalion. Born Scoles, Rotherham. Enlisted Sheffield. KIA France and Flanders 1.7.16. AND2) 2129 Acting Corporal Ernest Emmerson, Norfolk Regiment, 1/5th Battalion (T.F.). Born Dersingham, Norfolk. Enlisted Dersingham. Died Gallipoli 28.8.15. E. Carter Preston

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

CHARLES GEORGE GORDON (1833-1885). English soldier Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

CHARLES GEORGE GORDON (1833-1885). English soldier

(1833-1885). English soldier. Too Late! The Mahdi and his men entering Khartoum as Britannia weeps in this English cartoon of 1885 by John Tenniel

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