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Ara Pacis Augustae

Ara Pacis Augustae

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Map of Europe, Africa and Asia, showing a gradual west to east spread in an awareness of Britain's existence from c. 600 BC (southern France) to the early fourteenth century AD (China).

Map of Europe, Africa and Asia, showing a gradual west to east spread in an awareness of Britain's existence from c. 600 BC (southern France) to the early fourteenth century AD (China).

spodek_byzantine_empire1344793833505.jpg (JPEG Image, 1629 × 925 pixels) - Scaled (63%)

spodek_byzantine_empire1344793833505.jpg (JPEG Image, 1629 × 925 pixels) - Scaled (63%)

SSC - EPPO

About the European Plant Protection Organisation (EPPO)

6th century rome - Google Search

6th century rome - Google Search

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Caitlin Green: Anglo-Saxon or sub-Roman: what should we call Lincolnshire in the fifth and sixth centuries?

Internet Archaeol. 41. Duggan. Introduction

Internet Archaeol. 41. Duggan. Introduction

WOMEN IN SCIENCE: 50 FEARLESS PIONEERS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD written and illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky is an important collection that should be on every bookshelf. Besides featuring 50 women who made significant contributions to the world of science, she adds timelines, details about lab tools and statistics about women in science and STEM fields. Her illustrations are eye catching and she packs the pages with tons of information.

If you enjoyed Lab Girl by Hope Jahren and Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science — And the World by Rachel Swaby, your next must-read has arrived!Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who…

ceramic's abjects: DIPTYCH KORSKIRKEN, BERGEN

ceramic's abjects: DIPTYCH KORSKIRKEN, BERGEN

Map of syphilis outbreak in the North during the Civil War

American Civil War Map 1875 - "Illustrating By Gradation of Color the Prevalence of Syphilis,"

Geo-genealogy of Irish Surnames

The original print version of the Geo-Genealogy of Irish Surnames map, created for the 2009 Esri User Conference.

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