Gloucestershire Historical John Speed 1610 Map
A reproduction of John Speed's historical map of the county of Gloucestershire. Originally published as part of his atlas called 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain' in 1610. John Speed ((1552-1629) was a renowned English cartographer, his maps themselves were of high quality and gained a great reputation for being among the best county maps.
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W.G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
Photograph of Dr. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915) batting in the Gravesend vs. Eltham cricket match, held at Gravesend cricket ground, 1913. Grace was arguably the finest cricketer of his era, scoring 126 first-class centuries and taking 2876 wickets, playing for England and Gloucestershire. He retired from international cricket in 1899, aged 51.
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Two Rooks (Corvus frugilegus) silhouetted as they perch on a tree branch at their
Two Rooks (Corvus frugilegus) silhouetted as they perch on a tree branch at their roost site at sunset, Gloucestershire, UK, February.
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