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Alexander cutting the Gordian Knot' oil on canvas. Jean-Simon Berthelemy (1743-1811) Featured Print

Alexander cutting the Gordian Knot' oil on canvas. Jean-Simon Berthelemy (1743-1811)

Alexander cutting the Gordian Knot' oil on canvas. Jean-Simon Berthelemy (1743-1811) French history painter. Legend is, in 333 BC at Gordium, Phrygia, Alexander the Great, unable to untie the knot, sliced it with his sword. Alexandrian solution.

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1743 1811, 333, Alexander, Alexandrian, Art, Bc, Berthelemy, Cutting, French, Gordian, Gordium, Great, History, Jean Simon, Knot, Legend, Oil, Painter, Phrygia, Sliced, Solution, Sword, Unable, Untie

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) in 1746. German composer and organist. Portrait Featured Print

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) in 1746. German composer and organist. Portrait

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) in 1746. German composer and organist. Portrait by Elias Gottlieb Haussman. Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig

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1685 1750, 1746, Bach, Composer, Elias, German, Gottlieb, Haussman, Johann, Leipzig, Museum, Musician, Organist, Portrait, Sebastian, Stadtgeschichtliches

JJ (Joseph John) Thomson (1856-1940) British Nuclear physicist, discovered electron Featured Print

JJ (Joseph John) Thomson (1856-1940) British Nuclear physicist, discovered electron

JJ (Joseph John) Thomson (1856-1940) British Nuclear physicist, discovered electron, here with his research students at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, in 1898. Left to right, back: SW Richardson, J Henry. Middle: EBH Wade, GA Shakespear, CTR Wilson, Ernest Rutherford, W Craig-Henderson, JH Vincent, GB Bryan. Front: J McClelland, C Child, Paul Langevin, JJ Thomson, J Zeleny, RS Willows, HA Wilson, JSE Townsend.

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