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Images Dated 20th April 2007

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Historiated initial C'? depicting St. Margaret (vellum) Featured 20 Apr 2007 Print

Historiated initial C'? depicting St. Margaret (vellum)

MMT215640 Historiated initial C'? depicting St. Margaret (vellum) by Master of San Michele of Murano (early 15th century); Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris, France; Italian, out of copyright

© Bridgeman Images

Capital, Dragon, Female, Formerly Wildenstein No 32, Green, Illuminated, Illumination, Initiale C, Inv, Letter, Manuscript, Miniature, No M6033, Renaissance, Sainte Marguerite

Acropolis Odeum of Herodes Atticus & Lycabettus Hi Featured 20 Apr 2007 Print

Acropolis Odeum of Herodes Atticus & Lycabettus Hi

The Acropolis, and the Parthenon in particular, is the most characteristic monument of the ancient Greek civilisation. It continues to stand as a symbol in many ways: it is the symbol of democracy and the Greek civilisation. It also symbolises the beginning of the Western civilisation and stands as the icon of European culture. The Parthenon was dedicated to Athena Parthenos, the patron goddess of the city of Athens and goddess of wisdom. It was built under the instructions of Pericles, the political leader of Athens in the 5th century BC. The Parthenon was constructed between 447 and 438 BC and its sculptural decoration was completed in 432 BC. In 1987 it was inscribed as a World Heritage Site (UNESCO, 1987). Uniquely, capturing the gravity of the Athenian Acropolis as a symbol, UNESCO recognises that ?[?] the Acropolis, the site of four of the greatest masterpieces of classical Greek art ? the Parthenon, the Propylaea, the Erechtheum and the Temple of Athena Nike ? can be seen as symbolizing the idea of world heritage? (UNESCO, 2006)

© Bill Raften

Anglo-Saxon window and arcading N071988 Featured 20 Apr 2007 Print

Anglo-Saxon window and arcading N071988

ST PETER'S CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Architectural detail. Anglo-Saxon window and arcading in the south face of the tower. The strip-pilasters, long and short work and through-stones are typical of Anglo-Saxon construction in Romanesque style. Anglo Saxon

© Historic England

Saxon, Window