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Cugnot's steam wagon the world's first automobile.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1770
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0971
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1770

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0971

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot (1725 ? 1804) was a French inventor, who built the first working self-propelled mechanical vehicle, the world's first automobile. In 1770, a full-size version of the fardier à vapeur was built, specified to be able to carry 4 tons and cover 2 lieues (7.8 km or 4.8 miles) in one hour.

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Albatross glider.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1856
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0810
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1856

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0810

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Jean Marie Le Bris (1817 ? 1872) French aviator, who accomplished a glider flight in December 1856 in his 'Albatross glider'.

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A compass.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1850
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0623
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1850

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0623

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Illustration depicting a compass with optical entry points for light to cast shadows. Dated 19th Century.

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A blindfolded cupid.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1892
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0576
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1892

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0576

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Book illustration depicting a blindfolded cupid figure in art deco style. Dated 19th Century.

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How the introduction of the telegraph assisted British police in ...

Data da imagem: 01/01/1849
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0306
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1849

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0306

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Illustration depicting how the introduction of the telegraph assisted British police in capturing criminals who had fled crime scenes. Dated 19th Century.

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Holly.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1901
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0097
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Data da imagem: 01/01/1901

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0097

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Illustration depicting holly. Dated 20th Century.

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Seckford Hospital.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1853
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0016
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1853

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0016

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Illustration depicting Seckford Hospital, Woodbridge, Suffolk, set up under the charity established by Thomas Seckford in 1587. Dated 19th Century.

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The facade of the St Pancras Almshouses, Grafton Place, London.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1853
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0015
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1853

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_091_0015

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Illustration depicting the facade of the St Pancras Almshouses, Grafton Place, London. Dated 19th Century.

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Ceremonial sword.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1850
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0686
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1850

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0686

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Ceremonial sword, made from Iron, copper and Wood. Kuba-Bushoong Tribe, Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. 19th century.

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State sword and sheath.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1850
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0681
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1850

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0681

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

State sword (afena) and sheath; made from Iron, wood, gold leaf, ray-skin (sheath). Asante people, Ghana, 19th century Such swords imparted the authority of the Asantehene (king).

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Lintel 35.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0642
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0642

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Lintel 35, Maya, about AD 450-550. One of eight, lintels from Structure 12 which together list nine generations of rulers at Yaxchilan. Yaxchilan is an ancient Maya city located on the bank of the Usumacinta River in what is now the state of Chiapas, Mexico. In the Late Classic Period Yaxchilan was one of the most powerful Maya states.

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Signature in Marble belonging to Condoleezza 'Condi' Rice, American ...

Data da imagem: 01/01/1980
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0604
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1980

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0604

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Signature in Marble belonging to Condoleezza 'Condi' Rice (born 1954); American political scientist and diplomat. She served as the 66th United States Secretary of State, the second person to hold that office in the administration of President George W. Bush. Rice was the first female African-American Secretary of State.

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British tanks in an armoured column during the 1936-1939 Arab revolt ...

Data da imagem: 01/01/1938
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0498
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1938

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0498

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

British tanks in an armoured column during the 1936-1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. The Revolt, was a nationalist uprising by Palestinian Arabs in Mandatory Palestine against the British administration of the Palestine Mandate, demanding Arab independence and the end of the policy of open-ended Jewish immigration and land purchases with the stated goal of establishing a 'Jewish National Home'.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0363
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0363

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0364
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0364

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0359
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0359

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0360
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0360

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0357
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0357

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0358
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0358

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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Relief cast in a Bronze band from the, Assyrian, Balawat Gates.

Data da imagem: 01/01/1754
Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0354
Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 01/01/1754

Cod. da imagem: 917_05_WHA_119_0354

Crédito: Universal History Archive/ UIG/ Fotoarena

Relief cast in a Bronze band from the Balawat Gates. Balawat (ancient Imgur-Enlil), dating to the reigns of Ashurnasirpal II (r. 883-859 BC) and Shalmaneser III (r. 859-824 BC). Their extensive use of narrative art depicting the exploits of Assyrian kings has cemented their position as some of the most important surviving works of art of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, comparable to the extensive Assyrian palace reliefs. When the Neo-Assyrian Empire fell in 614-612 BC, Balawat was destroyed.

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