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Persian pharmacy, 13th century artwork Featured Print

Persian pharmacy, 13th century artwork

Persian pharmacy. 13th century Arabic artwork entitled The Preparation of Medicine from Honey'. This image was produced in Baghdad, Iraq, whilst it was still part of the Persian Empire. It is from a 1224 Arabic translation of the manuscript De Materia Medica, written by the ancient Greek physician Dioscurides (c.40-c.90 AD), in which he described herbs and herbal remedies. A doctor can be seen stirring the medicine in a large bowl over an open fire (centre), while the large pots (urns) used to store it are at top


Thessaloniki - Preparing the Aperitif Mastic and Mezza Featured Print

Thessaloniki - Preparing the Aperitif Mastic and Mezza

Thessaloniki - Preparing the Aperitif Mastic and Mezza. In medieval times, mastic was highly valued by sultans harems as a breath freshener and a tooth whitener. In Turkey, mastic is widely used in desserts such as Turkish delight and dondurma; in puddings such as sutlac, salep, and tavuk gogsu mamelika, and in soft drinks. It is also in Turkish coffee on the Aegean coast. In this depiction, Mastic is used in a mastic liqueur (such as Greek Mastichato). Date: circa 1916

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Soyuz 11 crew before launch, 1971 Featured Print

Soyuz 11 crew before launch, 1971

Soyuz 11 crew before launch. Soviet cosmonauts (left to right) Georgy Dobrovolsky, Viktor Patsayev and Vladislav Volkov at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, before their flight into orbit in the Soyuz 11 spacecraft. Dobrovolsky was the spacecraft commander, Patsayev was the test engineer and Volkov was the flight engineer. Soyuz 11 went disastrously wrong. The crew spent 23 days onboard Salyut 1 space station. On re-entry there was a leak in the descent module. When it landed the crew were found asphyxiated due to the loss of gas from their atmosphere. Following this, Soyuz crews were reduced to two so that there was room for them to wear space suits on take-off and landing. Photographed on 23 June 1971