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Images Dated 2nd June 2011

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Prince Michael of Kent driving an E-type Jaguar at Brands Ha Featured 2 Jun 2011 Image

Prince Michael of Kent driving an E-type Jaguar at Brands Ha

Nineteen year old Prince Michael of Kent (born 1942) driving at 100mph in an E-type Jaguar at Brands Hatch race track in April 1962. The Prince had recently become a member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists in the previous week, passing his test in a Mini. Date: 1962

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1962, Brands, Car, Cars, D River, Drivers, Driving, Fast, Hatch, Jaguar, Kent, Michael, Motor, Motoring, Motorists, Motors, Prince, Race, Racing, Royal, Royalty, Speed, Track, Transport, Type

557. View of Matang and River, Sarawak, Borneo Featured 2 Jun 2011 Image

557. View of Matang and River, Sarawak, Borneo

Palms (Arenga saccharifera, Labill., &c.) and Mangosteens in the foreground. Toddy, or Palm Wine, an intoxicating drink, is made from the Arenga and sugar is obtained by boiling and evaporation of the sap of this palm. A good tree will yield 100 pint

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Art, Artist, Borneo, Drink, Foreground, Landscape, Leaves, Marianne North, Matang, Painting, Palms, River, Sarawak, Wine

Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027 Featured 2 Jun 2011 Image

Enclosures, Stoke Hammond 26957_027

Neolithic long mortuary enclosures in Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire
Features below the plough soil that cause cropmarks can be man-made or natural. In this case it's both. The man-made features are two elongated, capsule shaped enclosures, a circular enclosure and a few large pits. The rest are marks in the gravel, created naturally during the Ice Age. The capsule shaped enclosures are examples of one of the oldest types of monument in Britain called Neolithic Long Mortuary Enclosures. They're thought to be areas where dead bodies were placed before burial although there's debate within the archaeological community about what really went on in these enigmatic places

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