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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

Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue, Roman copy of Hellenistic original Featured Print

Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue, Roman copy of Hellenistic original

Greek civilization, 3rd century b.C. Marble Aphrodite Kallipygos or Callipygian Venus statue. Roman copy of a Hellenistic original.

3rd Century Bc, Ancient, Ancient Greece, Archeology, Art And Craft, Beauty, Buttocks, Female Likeness, Harmony, History, Looking Over The Shoulder, No People, Rear View, Sculpture, Semi Dress, Sensuality, Single Object, Standing, Studio Shot, The Past, Vertical

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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