RM2M9BJKG–LADY LYDIA GUNDRED LAMBART daughter of the earl of Cavan, subsequently married Charles Best.
RMGAG40M–Marie Curie, a physicist and chemist of Polish upbringing and, subsequently, French citizenship. She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity and the first twice-honored Nobel laureate.
RM2JCYEXX–GRAF SPEE SCUTTLED Nazi German Battleship Admiral Graf Spee after being trapped and subsequently scuttled off Montevideo, Uruguay, Dec 17th 1939. WW2 World War II GRAF SPEE Captain Langsdorff
RMT966FD–The Temple of Jupiter Serapis at Puzzuoli, Naples, Italy. This Roman temple was partially submerged after construction, and was subsequently uplifted. The roughened area in the middle of each column shows the effect of marine rock-boring clams (Lithodomus); the dividing line and the smooth area at the bottom of each column shows how far it was buried in sediment, thus avoiding the clams. Charles Lyell used this image as the frontispiece from Principles of Geology Vol.
RFGJN5YH–LEITH. The Town Hall (subsequently the Police station). SHEPHERD, print 1833
RMBRFGFE–A balloon pilot license issued to Edmund W. Hill (subsequently General), by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale in the USA for 1928. Passport photograph in uniform, blind-stamped seal on both sides. Orville Wright's ink signature. Major General Hill (1896 - 1973): Secretary of the Balloon Observers School, Ross Field, California from 1921, 1922 Air Service Tactical School at Langley Field, 1928, Air Corps Advanced Flying School at Kelly Field, Texas. From 1941, he commanded the USAF in Northern Ireland, and participated in the Yalta and Potsdam Conferenc,
RM2BWATCF–Westfalen was struck from the German naval list on 5 November 1919 and subsequently handed over to the Allies under the contract name D on 5 August 1920.The ship was then sold to ship-breakers in Birkenhead, where she was broken up for scrap by 1924.
RM2B0G3NW–Neolithic polished and subsequently retouched flint ax, ax, stone, flint, 12.5 x 6.5 cm, prehistoric -4000
RM2H04GYP–The Blessed (subsequently Saint) Francisco Geronimo y Gravina holding a crucifix. Etching, 1790/1830. - Lettering S. Franciscus de Hieronymo soc. j.;
RF2BBBTHX–Approximately 1 square mile of sand dunes that originally formed the bottom a lake which subsequently dried up. Located outside Carcross, Yukon Territory, Canada
RFPEYBNN–The carved stern of the wooden Danish ship Vasa that sank in 1826 on itas maiden voyage out of Stockholm but was salvaged in 1961 and subsequently res
RF2EACNXM–Creatively photographed and subsequently edited forest
RMAN4YP0–The Ark, Bukhara. Destroyed 1220 and subsequently rebuilt.
RMB5976J–Large Buddha, subsequently destroyed by the Taliban, Bamiyan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Afghanistan
RF2H40ANN–Text showing inspiration Project Planning. Business showcase plan and subsequently report progress within the project Typing Old
RM2C30E10–Roasting pigs in a pedestrian area of the town centre in order to subsequently sell meat portions to the public, Manzanillo, Cuba
RMKH35EF–Al-Zubayr Rahma Mansur, the Black Pasha
RMDYEHBH–Whitehead torpedo: The British government purchased the right to use the weapon in 1871 and subsequently carried out many trials. John Tenniel cartoon from ''Punch'', London, 1877.
RMK3MA1J–SHEPPERTON STUDIOS The Old Manor House, originally a private house, subsequently housing the studio restaurant, bar, cafeteria, art department, star dressing rooms, and staff bedrooms. Date:
RM2M9BJ7D–JOSEPH EGGLESTON JOHNSTON American military commander in the Confederate Army, subsequently a statesman.
RMG9BEGG–Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Final - Barcelona v Arsenal - Stade de France. Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann brings down Barcelona's Samuel Eto'o and is subsequently sent off
RM2B95JM2–Archive Grace Kelly Film Actress 1954 Hollywood Studio promotional still B&W photo stunningly beautiful American Film Actress who subsequently became Princess Grace of Monaco by marrying Prince Rainier III in April 1956.
RMPAJM4A–Silver mirror. Culture: Roman. Dimensions: Diam.: 5 3/16 in. (13.2 cm). Date: 4th century A.D.. The type of mirror with a horizontal handle originated in the Roman world during the first century B.C. It was subsequently adopted in various cultures of Asia and finally died out in the ninth to tenth century A.D. In this example, the classical origins are clear in the leaf-shaped attachments of the handle, the Herakles knot, and the wreath around the circumference of the disk. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RFKXDHEF–Curious Appearance of the Silt Left by the Flood and Subsequently Dried out and Cracked by the action of the Sun
RME0XN93–Jun. 06, 1967 - Israel Jordan and United Arab republic inform security council they accept cease-fire resolutions: Kuwait rejects them: The security Council this afternoon received draft resolutions - both subsequently recived - from the Soviet Union and the United States, on tje situation in the Middle East. During the course of the meeting, the Secretary-General,Thant, read to the Council the text of a letter received from the United Arab Republic, stating that it accpeted the cease-fire call of the Security Council ''on the condition that the other party cease the fire
RM2BW22X2–Mlle. Cotillon who was mentioned in the notorious Stravinsky case and subsequently figured in a lawsuit, has announced the her real name and title is Princess Elizabeth the bullpen and says she is descendant of Francis Royal family, ex-owner of the nightclub in Montmartre she said she did not disclose before that she was a princess to avoid having their name Borbon on the lips of gossips. 11 September 1937.
RM2A2P1KW–St. Anthony between two bearded men (saints or apostles), end of the 15th century, feather in black, hair of the right figure subsequently colored yellow, page: 20.1 x 28.5 cm, unsigned, Anonym, Schweiz (Zürich?), Ende 15. Jh
RMGD7EYJ–Count Gyula Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka ( 1823 – 1890) was a Hungarian statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Hungary (1867–1871) and subsequently as Foreign Minister of Austria-Hungary (1871–1879).
RMTB6MF1–Jean Sprenger (1912 - 1980) - a portrait of Avery Brundage, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Bronze, green patina in places, reverse signed by the artist 'Jean Sprenger'. Mounted on a polished black stone cube (5 mm chip on back, one corner expertly restored). Height ca. 58 cm. Included separately is a subsequently mounted silver plaque 'Comite Olimpico Espanol Mexico 1968'. Following an active career as a pentathlete, Avery Brundage (1887 - 1975) was an American sports administrator who campaigned against a US boycott of t, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RFPEYBNR–The carved stern of the wooden Danish ship Vasa that sank in 1826 on itas maiden voyage out of Stockholm but was salvaged in 1961 and subsequently res
RF2J3HGBJ–Creatively photographed and subsequently edited forest
RF2DMNM91–Albrecht of Brandenburg, June 28, 1490 - September 24, 1545, co-ruling Margrave of Brandenburg as Albrecht IV, subsequently Archbishop of Magdeburg / Albrecht von Brandenburg, 28. Juni 1490 - 24. September 1545, mitregierender Markgraf Brandenburgs als Albrecht IV., anschließend Erzbischof von Magdeburg, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RMBG4F00–The Sphere, originally at the World Trade Center and subsequently moved to Battery Park , New York City, New York, USA
RM2K5HEJF–Peter I (1672 – 1725), known as Peter the Great, monarch of Russia who modernised it and made it a European power. He ruled the Tsardom of Russia from 1682 to 1721 and subsequently the Russian Empire until his death in 1725.Painting by Jean-Marc Nattier.
RM2C30E17–Roasting pigs in a pedestrian area of the town centre in order to subsequently sell meat portions to the public, Manzanillo, Cuba
RMKGAX0R–Execution of James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose, 21 May 1650, Edinburgh, Scotland, English Civil war
RMF7N80C–The film is subsequently 'unsqueezed,' as shown here, by means of another anamorphic lens, and the result is a wide-screen picture, which, when projected on to a cinema screen, is wider than your eyes can see in its entirety at one glance. 1955
RME1WW8P–Completed in 1911 26 years after construction the Cathedral began in 1892 the Choir High Altar's architectural style is
RM2M97GXP–Sopwith Pup flown by Lt Dunning onto HMS Furious and subsequently killed in these trials.
RMGCNF6A–Soccer - UEFA Euro 2012 - Qualifying - Group G - England v Bulgaria - Wembley Stadium. England's Michael Dawson (right) gets tangled up Bulgaria's Ivelin Popov and subsequently injures his knee
RM2JF0AMC–1930s Der Sturmer virulent anti semitic Nazi propaganda newspaper in a village news display cabinet, the newspaper owned and produced by Julius Streicher, an Adolf Hitler supporter enthusistic member of the Nazi Party and a passionate anti semite, subsequently executed for war crimes at Nuremberg
RMPATH7Y–Bowl with wheel-cut facets. Culture: Sasanian. Dimensions: H. 7.9 cm. Date: ca. 6th-7th century A.D.. This hemispherical bowl may have been made by blowing molten glass into an open mold (though possibly it was free-blown); subsequently, four rows of oblong-to-round facets were wheel-cut and polished. The thick glass, originally pale green, has lost much of its surface color and gained extensive iridescence through weathering. Faceted bowls such as this one are characterized by uniformity of shape, size, and arrangement of the facets in four or five rows. They represent the most widespread t
RMFBWWG8–Vladimir Lenin (Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov), Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian SFSR and subsequently Premier of the Soviet Union,
RME0Y1D3–May 05, 1968 - Live Falcons at Covent Garden. On Wednesday, May 15th, the Royal Ballet will present a new production of the ever popular ballet Giselle. The production is by Peter Wright and scenery and costumes are by Peter Farmer. This ballet will subsequently be seen in Switzerland, France, Pertugal, Spain, Italy and Heiland, when the Royal Ballet makes a 14-week tour of Europe during May, June, July and August. In the first act of Giselle, two live peregrine falcons are to be used at Covent Garden during the hunting scene
RM2BW2356–Mlle. Cotillon at the shop in which she will now work in Paris. She was mentioned in the notorious Stravinsky case and subsequently figured in a lawsuit, has announced the her real name and title is Princess Elizabeth the bullpen and says she is descendant of Francis Royal family, ex-owner of the nightclub in Montmartre she said she did not disclose before that she was a princess to avoid having their name Borbon on the lips of gossips. 11 September 1937.
RM2B0KME2–Walking leopard, Italian, 18th century, Italian, Sardonyx, mounted in gold as a pin, subsequently gouged, Overall: 7/8 x 1 3/16 in. (2.3 x 3.1 cm); visible cameo: 18.6 x 27 mm, Lapidary Work-Gems
RM2HEDT1N–Portrait of Eleanor of Austria on horseback 1543 ,woodcut / hand-colour printmaker, Cornelis Anthonisz. publisher Hans Liefrinck, Antwerp , Belgian, Belgium, Flemish, The Netherlands, ( Eleanor of Austria 1498 – 1558 Eleanor of Castile, was born an Archduchess of Austria and Infanta of Castile from the House of Habsburg, and subsequently became Queen consort of Portugal (1518–1521) and of France (1530–1547 )
RMT4TDXY–Jean Sprenger (1912 - 1980) - a portrait of Avery Brundage, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Bronze, green patina in places, reverse signed by the artist 'Jean Sprenger'. Mounted on a polished black stone cube (5 mm chip on back, one corner expertly restored). Height ca. 58 cm. Included separately is a subsequently mounted silver plaque 'Comite Olimpico Espanol Mexico 1968'. Following an active career as a pentathlete, Avery Brundage (1887 - 1975) was an American sports administrator who campaigned against a US boycott of t, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RFPEYBPG–The Vasa, a wooden warship that sank on its maden voyage in 1628 in Stockholm Harbour
RF2J3HGC5–Creatively photographed and subsequently edited forest
RF2AN2KMT–Françoise d'Aubigné, Marquise de Maintenon, 27 November 1635 – 15 April 1719, was the second wife of King Louis XIV of France. She was known during her first marriage as Madame Scarron, and subsequently as Madame de Maintenon, / Françoise d'Aubigné, Marquise de Maintenon, 27. November 1635 - 15. April 1719, war die zweite Frau des französischen Königs Ludwig XIV. Sie war in ihrer ersten Ehe als Madame Scarron und später als Madame de Maintenon bekannt, Historisch, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jah
RMTWWXY7–A retouched version of Dragoonkain's public-domain Image:CRW 1473.jpg -- I straightened the buildings (and subsequently cropped slightly), adjusted brightness and levels, sharpened, and tweaked colors. (It's amazing what can be done in Photoshop!); December 2006; English pedia; Fogster;
RMP9JKE9–Detail of the interior of the sanctum of Mitreo and the mural paintings subsequently painted on t…
RMBHTF1J–THIS IS THE ARMY - Poster for 1942 Broadway show by Irving Berlin subsequently made into a film
RMKA0HE4–Departure of French Colonists from Paris for Algeria in 1848
RMDYEJ5T–World War I - General d'Amade (24 December 1856 - 11 November 1941) was a French General. In February 1915, he received the command of the Expeditionary force and subsequently led them during the initial stages of the Gallipoli
RMJ3FMWC–Fig 8 Thirty or more players (15 or more on each side) with a bat and ball playing Town Ball, some times called Round Ball, and subsequently the so called Massachusetts game of Baseball (NYPL b13537024 56151)
RMG38A95–The Roman general Vespasian (subsequently emperor) besieges and takes the town of Jotapata, in Galilee, defended by Josephus, better known as a historian Date: 67
RM2CTWWAP–Flowers left outside Croydon Custody Centre in south London where a police officer was shot by a man who was being detained in the early hours of Friday morning. The officer was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital where he subsequently died.
RMRBYNG9–ARCHIVE 1932 Adolf Hitler NSDAP in uniform with jackboots wearing a swastika armband at a political rally to decide the Reich presidential elections Hitler subsequently became Chancellor of Germany
RMPB60EP–Christ Carrying the Cross. Artist: Hans Andreas Anthoni (active 1616-50) , Augsburg. Culture: German, Augsburg. Dimensions: Diam. 5.7 cm, wt. 14.47 g.. Date: model ca. 1635 (cast mid-19th century or later). The plaquette depicts Christ carrying the Cross. The piece is an electrotype and therefore must date from the mid-nineteenth century or later. The original composition by Hans Andreas Anthoni may have been larger and subsequently cut down to the present circular shape. A silver version of this plaquette is in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum in Munich. The mark ET (étranger) is a Paris impor
RM2H37RKN–Éamon de Valera, a leader in the Irish independence movement and subsequently Taoiseach and President of Ireland. Photo c.1918
RME11HW3–Jul. 04, 1978 - Ilya Glezer Gives Press Conference: Professor of Biological Science Ilya Glezer, who was imprisoned for three years in the USSR in 1972 and subsequently exiled to Siberia for a further three years, and is now a resident in Israel, arrived in London yesterday as a guest of the National Council for Soviet Jewry. Held a press conference at the Waldorf Hotel in London to tell the press what is in store for Ida Nudel, Vladimir Slepak and Iosif Begun, sentenced this week to four, five and three years respectively
RMG15HHT–Drawings from an 'Elementary treatise on the mounting of naval ordinance' (1811) by William Congreve. One of the pioneers of rocketry, Congreve developed rocket projectiles at Woolwich Arsenal that were subsequently used in the Napoleonic Wars.
RM2A2NW7Y–Portrait du peintre Achille Granchi-Taylor, 1885, oil on canvas, 46.1 x 55 cm, signed and dated lower right: P Gauguin 85, Dedication, which was subsequently repainted: à il Signor Achille, amicalement, Paul Gauguin, Paris 1848–1903 Atuona/Marquesas Inseln
RM2K7XH1K–Astronaut Edwin E. 'Buzz' Aldrin, prime crew pilot of the Gemini XII spaceflight, undergoes evaluation procedures with the Astronaut Maneuvering Unit in the 30-foot altitude chamber at McDonnell Aircraft. The Astronaut Maneuvering Unit subsequently was deleted from the mission so Aldrin could demonstrate basic spacewalk capabilities required for Apollo missions.
RMCWB1XN–Jefferson Davis (1808-1889), president of the Confederate State of America, photograph by Mathew Brady that was subsequently
RM2AG86NF–Felice Beato (1832 - 1909) - Captain F.E.A. Chamier, A.D.C. to Sir J. Outram, Subsequently Deputy Commissioner and District Judg...
RF2J3HGBD–Creatively photographed and subsequently edited forest
RMPB5YW5–1218 Portrait of Miss Sarah Elizabeth Young, Subsequently Mrs. Richard Ottley - Attributed to Benjamin West
RMWND128–MARGARET NICHOLSON (c 1750-1828) Englishwoman who assaulted King George III in 1786 and was subsequently committed to Bedlam
RM2A47NAM–Felice Beato (British, born Italy - (Captain F.E.A. Chamier, A.D.C. to Sir J. Outram, Subsequently Deputy Commissioner and District Judg...
RMDYEJYH–Marble Bust Portrait of Clytie 47 A.D. The bust depicts a woman emerging from a calyx of leaves. The woman is thought to have been a nymph whom had fallen in love with the God Helios and was subsequently turned into a sunflower.
RMJ3FMWF–Fig 8 Thirty or more players (15 or more on each side) with a bat and ball playing Town Ball, some times called Round Ball, and subsequently the so called Massachusetts game of Baseball (NYPL b13537024 56152)
RM2M3JRXB–Premature end of the Paris-Madrid automobile race, showing the arrival at Bordeaux of the first car driven by M. Louis Renault. At this point, Renault heard of the terrible accident that had befallen his brother, M. Marcel Renault who subsequently died.
RM2CTWBM5–People leave flowers at Croydon Custody Centre in south London where a police officer was shot by a man who was being detained in the early hours of Friday morning. The officer was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital where he subsequently died.
RM2F76GW9–KESSELRING NAZI 1930’s Propaganda Portrait of leading Nazi Albert Kesselring a German Generalfeldmarschall of the Luftwaffe during World War II who was subsequently convicted of war crimes. 1939 Nazi Germany
RMPA96NB–Edward VI (1537-1553), When Duke of Cornwall. Artist: Workshop of Hans Holbein the Younger. Dimensions: Diameter 12 3/4 in. (32.4 cm). Date: ca. 1545; reworked 1547 or later. Edward, the sole legitimate son of Henry VIII, was born on October 12, 1537 and crowned Edward VI in 1547. This portrait shows the future king at age six, when he was still the Duke of Cornwall. It was subsequently adapted in costume to reflect Edward's stature at the time of his coronation. The roundel format and the sitter's profile pose evoke the coinage of classical antiquity, admired at the Tudor court. The panel wa
RMFK8GJR–Éamon de Valera, a leader in the Irish independence movement and subsequently Taoiseach and President of Ireland. Photo c.1922
RME12F2G–Dec. 21, 2011 - Lillian becomes a model: Lillian Gasinkaya, the 18 year old Russian runway who field through a porthole of the liner The Leonid Sobinov when it was moored in Sydney harbour in January, has become a model. Lillian, a former hostess on the liner, arrived in Australia waring only a red bikini and was subsequently granted political asylum. Now she has graduated from a Sydney modelling school with flying colours, and a new look. ''I'm very happy with my new face'' she said, ''I'm surprised I can look so different''
RMG15KAH–A Grecian relief showing a patient being visited by the sacred snake of Asclepius (left) and subsequently standing upright (right), all cured. In Ancient Greece, sick people would pilgrimage to the temple of the Greek god Asclepius in Epidaurus, where th
RMW5648G–Chandelier, The object consists of a round wrought iron rod, a split pin made of sheet iron and the following cast parts of brass and subsequently machined on the lathe: the hanging ring, a baluster-shaped intermediate part, the main part with the stand ring sphere, button, six arms with the accompanying fat traps, candle holders and pins., anonymous, Northern Netherlands, 1700 - 1800, brass (alloy), iron (metal), forging, h 60 cm × d 76 cm
RMT94J88–The ghostly outlines of a Byzantine colonnade on a building subsequently much altered on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy
RMKWB6B9–Commissioner Lin Zexu oversees the destruction of contraband opium seized from British traders. In June 1839, Chinese workers mixed the opium with lime and salt before it washed out to sea near Humen Town. Subsequently, Britain initiated the First Opium W (BSIC 2016 9 2). 7 Continents History/Everett Collection
RM2HTCTD8–Gosfield Hall, a large quadrangular mansion built in the 1540s, subsequently remodelled, Essex, 2016.
RF2HXCH9M–Creatively photographed and subsequently edited pine forest [M]
RM2A8GF5E–A snapshot shows a group of buddies posing by a period car with one of them subsequently sliced out of the photo by a probable angry ex-girlfriend or ex-wife, ca. 1928.
RM2B6D4JR–The White Tower, Tower of London, London, c1926. By Donald Maxwell (1877-1936). The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. The White Tower is the central tower (the old keep) at the Tower of London. It was built by William the Conqueror during the early 1080s, and subsequently extended.
RMPBBDKY–1159 Palmer's Theatre, previously and subsequently called Wallack's Theatre, 30th Street and Broadway, New York, 1892
RM2JG3T1F–Portobello, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 7th July 2022. Hot weather of 27 degrees centigrade at the seaside signals the beginning of the silly season of people losing control of their inflatable beach toys, in this case a medium sized unicorn and letting them drift away, causing a call out to the coastguard and subsequently the RNLI RIB turning out to search the Firth of Forth to ensure no lives are in danger. Credit: Scottishcreative/alamy live news.
RM2DBHXT4–Ramon Mercader after the assassination of Trotsky. He survived his injuries caused by Trotsky's bodyguards and was subsequently sentenced to 20 years in prison.
RMDYENFP–Bronze sculpture of laocoon by Francesco Righetti ( 1749-1819 ). Atrium courtyard of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Laocoon was a Trojan priest of Poseidon, whose rules he defied, either by marrying and having sons. He was subsequently subject to divine execution by two serpents.
RMJ3FMWG–Fig 8 Thirty or more players (15 or more on each side) with a bat and ball playing Town Ball, some times called Round Ball, and subsequently the so called Massachusetts game of Baseball (NYPL b13537024 56154)
RM2M97F8M–Gloster F9-40 Rampage, Britain's first jet fighter, subsequently renamed Meteor (F = Fighter, 9 = 9th, 40 = 1940, year of issue). Gloster Meteor prototype DG204/G powered by Metrovick F.2 engines.
RM2CTW20E–Police tape cordon inside Croydon Custody Centre in south London where a police officer was shot by a man who was being detained in the early hours of Friday morning. The officer was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital where he subsequently died.
RM2M7G3AG–KESSELRING NAZI 1930’s Propaganda Portrait of leading Nazi Albert Kesselring a German Generalfeldmarschall of the Luftwaffe during World War II who was subsequently convicted of war crimes. 1939 Nazi Germany
RMPB3KP0–Portrait of Gerard de Lairesse. Artist: Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch, Leiden 1606-1669 Amsterdam). Dimensions: 44 3/8 x 34 1/2 in. (112.7 x 87.6 cm). Date: 1665-67. Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711) was, in his day, a well-known painter, etcher, and art theorist. He suffered from congenital syphilis, which caused him to go blind about 1690; he subsequently focused his energies on art theory. By the time this portrait was painted, in 1665, the ravaging effects of the disease were visible in his swollen features and bulbous nose. Recording his unfortunate appearance with an uncompromising
RMJMC33K–Queen Anne. Portrait of Queen Anne of England, Scotland and Ireland and subsequently Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. Painting by Michael Dahl, 1705
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