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CAVE PAINTINGS Detail of cave paintings of a stag, from the Axial Gallery of Lascaux Featured July Print

CAVE PAINTINGS Detail of cave paintings of a stag, from the Axial Gallery of Lascaux

CAVE PAINTINGS
Detail of cave paintings of a stag, from the Axial Gallery of Lascaux caves, France.
Computer/artwork graphic by James Thorn

© 2003 Charles Walker/Topfoto

Art, Esoterica, Paranormal

Reputed portrait of Joan of arc, from the original, formerly in the Church of St Featured July Print

Reputed portrait of Joan of arc, from the original, formerly in the Church of St

Reputed portrait of Joan of arc, from the original, formerly in the Church of St. Maurice, Orleans - also Jeanne d'Arc (1412 - 30 May 1431) is a national heroine of France and a Saint of the Roman Catholic Church. Many believed she had visions from God that told her to recover her homeland. In early 1429 she convinced the uncrowned King Charles VII to give her a suit of armour and permission to relieve the siege at Orleans. At first treated as a figurehead by veteran commanders, she gained prominence when she lifted the siege in only nine days -

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Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland. This Featured July Print

Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland. This

Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland.
This revolving wirelss beam apparatus projects a horizontal ray of short wireless waves which sweeps round the horizon in about 2 minutes sending out distinctive signals indicating the direction in which the beam is pointing at the moment. A vessel desiring to know its hearing in relation to the lighthouse only requires to note on a short wave received at each revolution of the beam. This indicates absolutely the bearing of the lighthouse because only on that definite bearing can that distinctive signal be transmitted by the apparatus.
Marconi Wireless Co Ltd.
1 January 1925

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