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Penelope and her loom. In Ancient Greek legend wife of Ulysses, mother of Telemachus Featured Engraving Print

Penelope and her loom. In Ancient Greek legend wife of Ulysses, mother of Telemachus

Penelope and her loom. In Ancient Greek legend wife of Ulysses, mother of Telemachus and an example of domestic virtue. When besieged by suitors during Ulysses long absence, she promised them a decision when her piece of work was complete. She wove all day, and sat up with her ladies overnight undoing her labours. Wood engraving 1886

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Rowland Hill, 1st Viscount Hill (1772-1842): English soldier: Lieut-General 1812 Featured Engraving Print

Rowland Hill, 1st Viscount Hill (1772-1842): English soldier: Lieut-General 1812

Rowland Hill, 1st Viscount Hill (1772-1842): English soldier: Lieut-General 1812: General 1825: Appointed C-in-C of army in England 1825-39 when Wellington became Prime Minister: Viscount 1842. One of Wellington's most trusted lieutenants during Peninsular campaign. Stipple engraving published 1815

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Phonautograph (c 1857) apparatus for studying sound vibrations graphically, invented by Featured Engraving Print

Phonautograph (c 1857) apparatus for studying sound vibrations graphically, invented by

Phonautograph (c 1857) apparatus for studying sound vibrations graphically, invented by (Edouard) Leon Scott de Martinville. Tuning fork vibrated by bow or iron rod, and vibration traced on cylinder coated with lampblack. Engraving, 1872

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