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Gemma Collection

"Gemma: A Golden Legacy of Achievements and Beauty" Gemma, a name that resonates with brilliance and excellence across various realms

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Spofforth, Missy Franklin & Aya Terakawa Gemma Spo

Gemma Spofforth, Missy Franklin & Aya Terakawa Gemma Spo
Gemma Spofforth, Missy Franklin & Aya Terakawa Great Britain, USA & Japan London 2012 Olympic Games, Womens 100m Backstroke Final Stratford, London, England 30 July 2012 Date: 30 July 2012

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Spofforth

Gemma Spofforth Great Britain London 2012 Olympic Games Womens 100m Backstroke Stratford, London, England 29 July 2012 Date: 29 July 2012

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Jones (Highbury Legend)

Gemma Jones (Highbury Legend) Jockey 24 February 1998 Date: 24 February 1998

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Jones

Gemma Jones Jockey 24 February 1998 Date: 24 February 1998

Background imageGemma Collection: The Gem of Augustus, or Gemma Augustea

The Gem of Augustus, or Gemma Augustea, a sardonyx cameo depicting the apotheosis of Augustus. Augustus, Oikoumene, Roma, Neptune, and Gaia are trampling the armour of defeated German

Background imageGemma Collection: Ruins of the mausoleum to Drusus near Mainz, Germany

Ruins of the mausoleum to Drusus near Mainz, Germany
Ruins of the Drususstein (Drusus stone) mausoleum to Nero Claudius Drusus near Mainz. Drusus died battling the Chatti Germanic tribes in 9BC. Vestigia di un Sepolcro

Background imageGemma Collection: Polyscias crenata

Polyscias crenata (Aralia gemma). Chromolithograph by P. de Pannemaeker from Jean Lindens l Illustration Horticole, Brussels, 1883

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Nierga (1965 -), Spanish radio and television journalist, Gemma Nierga in radio studio

Gemma Nierga (1965 -), Spanish radio and television journalist, Gemma Nierga in radio studio

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Craven and Bob Hoskins, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990. Artist: Brian O Connor

Gemma Craven and Bob Hoskins, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990. Artist: Brian O Connor
Gemma Craven, Irish Actress, and Bob Hoskins, English actor, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Craven, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990. Artist: Brian O Connor

Gemma Craven, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990. Artist: Brian O Connor
Gemma Craven, Irish Actress, BAFTA, Picadilly, London, 1990

Background imageGemma Collection: Amazing Monsters De naturae diuinis characterismis

Amazing Monsters De naturae diuinis characterismis
Amazing Monsters, De naturae diuinis characterismis, seu, Raris and admirandis spectaculis, causis, indiciis, proprietatibus rerum in partibus singulis vniuersi, libri II / auctore D. Corn. Gemma

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Frisius Aka Reiner Gemma 1508 To 1555 Dutch Cartographer, Instrument Maker And Mathematician

Gemma Frisius Aka Reiner Gemma 1508 To 1555 Dutch Cartographer, Instrument Maker And Mathematician. From 18Th Century Woodcut

Background imageGemma Collection: Planispheric astrolabe. 1569. Manufactured in golden

Planispheric astrolabe. 1569. Manufactured in golden brass by Gualterus Arsenius, disciple of the dutch astronomer Regnier Gemma Frisius (1508-1555). Metals. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE. Paris

Background imageGemma Collection: COMETS OF 1577 1680 1769

COMETS OF 1577 1680 1769
THREE EARLY COMET OBSERVATIONS - 1577, after Cornelius Gemma - 1680, after Sturm - 1769, after Messier Date: 1577, 1680, 1769

Background imageGemma Collection: The first published illustration of a camera obscura, which is registering the solar eclipse of 24

The first published illustration of a camera obscura, which is registering the solar eclipse of 24 January 1544
CAMERA OBSCURA, 1544. The first published illustration of a camera obscura, which is registering the solar eclipse of 24 January 1544. Drawing by the 16th century Dutch scientist, Rainer Gemma-Frisius

Background imageGemma Collection: Gemma Phrysius or Frisius (1508-1555), Dutch mathematician, holding an adjustable

Gemma Phrysius or Frisius (1508-1555), Dutch mathematician, holding an adjustable ring dial for determining the altitude of the sun for calendar calculations

Background imageGemma Collection: Bootes constellation

Bootes constellation. This constellation contains the fourth brightest star in the night sky, Arcturus (Alpha Bootis, lower right), although the third brightest, Alpha Centauri

Background imageGemma Collection: Hercules constellation

Hercules constellation

Background imageGemma Collection: Reinier Gemma / Frisius

Reinier Gemma / Frisius
REINIER GEMMA alias FRISIUS Dutch mathematician and medical


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"Gemma: A Golden Legacy of Achievements and Beauty" Gemma, a name that resonates with brilliance and excellence across various realms. From the Planispheric astrolabe crafted in golden hues in 1569 to the captivating performances of swimmers Gemma Spofforth, Missy Franklin, and Aya Terakawa - this name carries an aura of greatness. Speaking Spofforth, her remarkable achievements in the world of swimming have left an indelible mark. Her dedication and talent propelled her to become a legend in the pool. Similarly, Gemma Jones is hailed as a Highbury Legend for her outstanding contributions to acting. But let's not forget about The Gem of Augustus or Gemma Augustea - a masterpiece from ancient times that showcases intricate craftsmanship on display. This precious gem serves as a testament to human creativity throughout history. Moving away from artifacts, we delve into nature's wonders where Polyscias crenata shines brightly among flora enthusiasts. Its vibrant foliage adds beauty to any landscape it graces. Beyond art and nature lies journalism, where Spanish radio and television journalist Gemma Nierga has made her mark through insightful reporting. With years spent behind the microphone in radio studios, she has become synonymous with credibility and professionalism. Shifting gears once again, we find ourselves amidst glitz and glamour at BAFTA Picadilly in London during 1990. Here we witness talented individuals like Gemma Craven alongside Bob Hoskins being honored for their exceptional work by none other than renowned artist Brian O'Connor. Lastly, comets have always fascinated humanity throughout history; they ignite our curiosity about celestial phenomena. The comets that appeared between 1577-1680-1769 captivated minds worldwide with their awe-inspiring displays against the night sky.