Lewis Temple was an American blacksmith, abolitionist, and inventor. He was born in slavery in Richmond, Virginia, and moved to the whaling village of New Bedford, Massachusetts during the 1820s, where he worked as a blacksmith. He married Mary Clark in 1829 and had three children. He is best remembered for the invention of "Temple's Toggle" or "Temple's Iron" which was a harpoon that was similar to the ancient Eskimo design. After some trials, whalers took to the ...

Lewis Temple was an American blacksmith, abolitionist, and inventor. He was born in slavery in Richmond, Virginia, and moved to the whaling village of New Bedford, Massachusetts during the 1820s, where he worked as a blacksmith. He married Mary Clark in 1829 and had three children. He is best remembered for the invention of "Temple's Toggle" or "Temple's Iron" which was a harpoon that was similar to the ancient Eskimo design. After some trials, whalers took to the ...

Lateranense in Rome, the largest standing ancient Egyptian obelisk in the world. Originally from the temple of Amun in Karnak.map Brought to Alexandria with another obelisk by Constantius II, and brought on its own from there to Rome in 357 to decorate the spina of the Circus Maximus.

Lateranense in Rome, the largest standing ancient Egyptian obelisk in the world. Originally from the temple of Amun in Karnak.map Brought to Alexandria with another obelisk by Constantius II, and brought on its own from there to Rome in 357 to decorate the spina of the Circus Maximus.

Stop and Shop storefront, New Bedford, Massachusetts, date unknown    From The Rabb Family Papers, American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives.

Stop and Shop storefront, New Bedford, Massachusetts, date unknown From The Rabb Family Papers, American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives.

Jack Delano (1914-1997 American) • Enero 1941 New Bedford Massachusetts

Jack Delano (1914-1997 American) • Enero 1941 New Bedford Massachusetts

*Anuket  _  In Egyptian mythology, Anuket (Anukis) was originally a personification of the goddess of the Nile - originally a deity connected to water, becoming later a goddess associated with sexuality. *

*Anuket _ In Egyptian mythology, Anuket (Anukis) was originally a personification of the goddess of the Nile - originally a deity connected to water, becoming later a goddess associated with sexuality. *

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