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Orazio and Artemisia Gentileschi

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Spitalfields nippers: London's poorest children in the early 1900s – in pictures

Spitalfields nippers: London's poorest children in the early 1900s – in pictures

Spitalfields Nippers: Annie, seven, and one-year-old Nellie, sit sad and hungry on sacking outside their house in Spitalfields. They were among ten children born to single mother Annie Daniels. Five of their siblings died in childhood

Антонис ван Дейк "Карл I, король Англии, на охоте" , 1635-1638

Антонис ван Дейк "Карл I, король Англии, на охоте" , 1635-1638

The Plague of Athens was a pandemic that broke out in Greece during the Peloponnesian War, 430 BC.   Possibly due to Bubonic Plague, it killed 1/3 people in Athens, including its leader, Pericles.

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The Plague of Athens was a pandemic that broke out in Greece during the Peloponnesian War, 430 BC. Possibly due to Bubonic Plague, it killed 1/3 people in Athens, including its leader, Pericles.

Fotos antiguas, extrañas y divertidas http://marcianosmx.com/fotos-antiguas-extranas-y-divertidas/

Fotos antiguas, extrañas y divertidas http://marcianosmx.com/fotos-antiguas-extranas-y-divertidas/

arthistorygallery: “ Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes, 1620 Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith and her Handmaid with the Head of Holofernes, c. 1625 Paintings of Judith and Holofernes were...

arthistorygallery: “ Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes, 1620 Artemesia Gentileschi, Judith and her Handmaid with the Head of Holofernes, c. 1625 Paintings of Judith and Holofernes were...

Adelaide Springett was born in February 1893 in Wapping, both her parents were street sellers. Adelaide’s twin sisters, Ellen and Margaret, died at birth; another sister, Susannah, died aged four. Adelaide’s last known address was recorded in 1901 when, aged eight, she lodged with her mother at a Salvation Army shelter  Photograph: Horace Warner/Spitalfields Life

Spitalfields nippers: London's poorest children in the early 1900s – in pictures

Adelaide Springett was born in February 1893 in Wapping, both her parents were street sellers. Adelaide’s twin sisters, Ellen and Margaret, died at birth; another sister, Susannah, died aged four. Adelaide’s last known address was recorded in 1901 when, aged eight, she lodged with her mother at a Salvation Army shelter Photograph: Horace Warner/Spitalfields Life

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