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"Capturing the Essence of Times: From Ancient Mythology to Modern Life" The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also known as Nike of Samothrace

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FABRITIUS, Carel (1622-1654). The Goldfinch. ca. 1654. NETHERLANDS. The Hague. Mauritshuis. Baroque art. Oil

Background imageTimes Collection: Saint Anthony of Padua preaching to the fishes

Saint Anthony of Padua preaching to the fishes, 1779. Painting by Bernardo Rodriguez. Quito School. Colonial baroque. Painting. ECUADOR. PICHINCHA. Quito. Convent of San Francisco

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Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace
Greek art. Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace. 2nd century BC. Marble. Sculpture of the greek goodess Nike (Victory). Museum of Louvre. Paris

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Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Night
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 4. Night. In a narrow street leading to Charing Cross, with an equestrian statue of Charles I at the far end

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Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, Noon
Hogarth, Four Times of the Day, 2. Noon. A group of Huguenots attend the French Church in Hog Lane, London (right), opposite an eating house and a group of disreputable people (left)

Background imageTimes Collection: Parkside Asylum, Macclesfield, Cheshire

Parkside Asylum, Macclesfield, Cheshire
Buildings and grounds of the Parkside Asylum, Macclesfield, opened in 1871 as the Cheshire County Lunatic Asylum. At various times, the site was also known as Upton Mental Hospital and Deva Hospital

Background imageTimes Collection: Railway Sleeper - Melton Mowbray Station

Railway Sleeper - Melton Mowbray Station
The Railway Sleeper series - A snoozing Hunstman taking a nap with his foxhound at Melton Mowbray Station! Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageTimes Collection: CELLARIUS, Andreas (1596-1665). Atlas Coelestis

CELLARIUS, Andreas (1596-1665). Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica. 1661. Fol 24. Hemisphaerium stellatum boreale antiquum. Representation of the Northern Hemisphere

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Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of
Ares, the god of war. Roman equivalent : Mars. Head of a statue of Ares. Roman sculpture after original of about 430 BC. Glytothek. Munich

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Joshua Barney
JOSHUA BARNEY (1759 - 1818) American naval officer who, despite his abilities, was three times captured by the British but none the less survived to fight another day. Date: circa 1800

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Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)
Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567). CLOUET, Francois (1505-1573). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. OE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Musue Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum)

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Western Airways Poster
Poster, Norman Edgar (Western Airways) Ltd, showing prices and times from Bristol to various destinations by Air Express Daily, including special day returns. 20th century

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Chicago Board of Trade - the interesting, lively, and at times noisy trading on the floor. Date: 1916

Background imageTimes Collection: Aston Villa F. C in 1894

Aston Villa F. C in 1894
Team photograph of Aston Villa in First Division champions in 1894. Formed in 1874 by members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, Birmingham

Background imageTimes Collection: 100 Years War / Agincourt

100 Years War / Agincourt
Henry V leads the English to victory at Agincourt, defeating an army four times as large : the French lost 8000, the English 400

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Art / Hogarth / The Times
THE TIMES 1 of 2 a satire on political rivalry between the Pitt and Temple factions

Background imageTimes Collection: DOREs LEVIATHAN

DOREs LEVIATHAN
Dores interpretation of the combat between God and the sea dragon Leviathan that will take place in the end times, as described by Isaiah

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Map / Europe / France C1000
France in feudal times, with the country allotted to various nobles who bore more or less allegiance to the king, whose acquisitions are shown in map lower left

Background imageTimes Collection: Somerset House 1809

Somerset House 1809
Rebuilt in the late 18th century, this set of buildings has at times housed the Royal Academy, the Royal Society, and several government depart- ments such as Public Records

Background imageTimes Collection: Good jobs. Good money. Good times

Good jobs. Good money. Good times. Colour photolithograph recruiting poster published by Her Majesty?s Stationery Office, 1973. Printed by Impress Limited, 1973

Background imageTimes Collection: Mileage and flight times across the world, 1961 by GH Davis

Mileage and flight times across the world, 1961 by GH Davis
A map of the world together with various aircraft from British overseas airways and British European airways services to all six continents with mileage and flight times illustrated. Date: 1961

Background imageTimes Collection: Advert, Southern Railway Excursions

Advert, Southern Railway Excursions
Advertisement for Southern Railway Excursions to Birmingham, Cambridge, Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Rugby, Wolverhampton, etc, every Sunday from December to March

Background imageTimes Collection: Soho, London - NCP car park, Brewer Street W1

Soho, London - NCP car park, Brewer Street W1
Soho, London - NCP car park, list of charges, Brewer Street W1. 1973

Background imageTimes Collection: St. Albans Cathedral

St. Albans Cathedral, Hertfordshire. A sacred site from ancient times, Benedictine monks built an abbey in St. Albans memory. Later rebuilt by the Normans. Date: 1930s

Background imageTimes Collection: Exterior - Automat Dining Room, Times Square, New York, USA

Exterior - Automat Dining Room, Times Square, New York, USA
The exterior of the Automat Dining Room - Times Square branch, New York, USA. Horn & Hardart was a food services company of the USA noted for operating the first food service automats in Philadelphia

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Mount Suilven

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Ancient Olympics
In the earliest times, a simple foot-race was the only event in the Ancient Olympics

Background imageTimes Collection: Indian Military Elephant

Indian Military Elephant
Elephant employed in war by Indians in ancient times : only his head and trunk are armoured, and he carries a howdah equivalent to a miniature fort

Background imageTimes Collection: Metropolitan Opera House, New York City

Metropolitan Opera House, New York City
Metropolitan Opera House on Broadway and 39th Street with the New York Times Building and the Hotel Astor, New York City, America

Background imageTimes Collection: Racial / China / Mandarin

Racial / China / Mandarin
A Chinese mandarin of ancient times, wearing an ornate costume and carrying a fan

Background imageTimes Collection: NOSTRADAMUS, Michel de Notre Dame (1503-1566). French

NOSTRADAMUS, Michel de Notre Dame (1503-1566). French physician and astrologer, author of book of predictions Astrological Centuries (1555). Illustration in card of 18th century. Drawing

Background imageTimes Collection: Mary Honer, ballerina in Les Sylphides, Vic-Wells Ballet

Mary Honer, ballerina in Les Sylphides, Vic-Wells Ballet
Mary Honer, ballerina in Les Sylphides, The Vic-Wells Ballet, supplement to The Dancing Times, December 1937 Date: 1937

Background imageTimes Collection: A map of the Colne Valley Cloth District

A map of the Colne Valley Cloth District
Pictorial map of the Colne Valley Cloth District in Yorkshire, drawn by the poster artist and designer Leslie MacDonald Gill the year before his death, in 1946

Background imageTimes Collection: Claude Lorrain (1600-1682). View of Delphi with

Claude Lorrain (1600-1682). View of Delphi with Procession. 1650. Classicism. Oil on canvas. ITALY. LAZIO. Rome. Doria Pamphili Gallery

Background imageTimes Collection: Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940

Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940
" Through an inferno of bombs and shells, the B.E.F is crossing the Channel from Dunkirk-in historys strangest armada

Background imageTimes Collection: Convict in prison cell turning hand-crank

Convict in prison cell turning hand-crank

Background imageTimes Collection: Cunard Line Transatlantic Steamer Timetable poster

Cunard Line Transatlantic Steamer Timetable poster
Timetable poster advertising the journey times of the Transatlantic steamers of the Cunard Line with 2nd class and Cabin Fares lisited from Liverpool for New York, October 1910. 1910

Background imageTimes Collection: Train timetable at Weligama station, Weligama, Southern Province, Sri Lanka

Train timetable at Weligama station, Weligama, Southern Province, Sri Lanka

Background imageTimes Collection: Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian

Medici, Lorenzo the Magnificient (1449-1492). Italian patrician and humanist, ruler of Florence from 1469 to 1492. Lorenzo de Medici receiving gifts from his ambassadors. VASARI, Giorgio (1511-1574)

Background imageTimes Collection: GARZONI, Giovanna

GARZONI, Giovanna (1600-1670). Still Life with Broad Bean. 17th c. Baroque art. Oil on canvas. ITALY. TUSCANY. Florence. Pitti Palace

Background imageTimes Collection: Newspaper Seller 1933

Newspaper Seller 1933
A newspaper seller in a flat cap and overcoat stands next to his stall on Wednesday, March 1st, 1933. Headlines include The Times: The Arms Embargo - Geneva Comment and Dictatorship in Germany

Background imageTimes Collection: Planet Mars seen from one of its moons

Planet Mars seen from one of its moons
The planet Mars as seen from one of its moons, a hundred times larger than the planet Earths Moon as seen from Earth

Background imageTimes Collection: The actress and dancer June Tripp, London, 1920

The actress and dancer June Tripp, London, 1920
The actress and dancer June Tripp appearing in Buzz Buzz, London, 1920 Date: 1920

Background imageTimes Collection: Constantine the Great. Roman Emperor from 306-337. Constanti

Constantine the Great. Roman Emperor from 306-337. Constanti
Constantine the Great (Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus) (272-337). Roman Emperor from 306-337. Know for being the first roman emperor to convert to christianity

Background imageTimes Collection: Homer (c. 8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an ori

Homer (c. 8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an ori
Homer (c.8th century). Greek epic poet. Bust. Copy of an original from 2nd century BC. Capitoline Museums, Rome, Italy. Rome. Italy

Background imageTimes Collection: Bill at Harrow School

Bill at Harrow School
Bill or call-over is a compulsory roll call, held in each House at Harrow School three times a day. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageTimes Collection: LORENZETTI, Ambrogio (1285-1348). Effects of Good

LORENZETTI, Ambrogio (1285-1348). Effects of Good Government on the City Life. First half 14th c. Detail. Renaissance art. Trecento. Fresco. ITALY. TUSCANY. Siena. Public Palace

Background imageTimes Collection: RANC, Jean. Charles III as a Child

RANC, Jean. Charles III as a Child
RANC, Jean (1674-1735). Portrait of Charles III of Spain as a Child. ca. 1723. Rococo. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Prado Museum



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"Capturing the Essence of Times: From Ancient Mythology to Modern Life" The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also known as Nike of Samothrace, stands tall as a symbol of triumph over the test of time. Saint Anthony of Padua preaching to the fishes reminds us that even in challenging times, faith and hope can guide us towards unexpected miracles. Carel Fabritius' masterpiece "The Goldfinch" transports us back in time, allowing us to appreciate the beauty and fragility of life captured on canvas. Hogarth's "Four Times of the Day - Noon" portrays a bustling cityscape where people from all walks of life come together during their lunch break, reminding us that time unites us all. As night falls in Hogarth's "Four Times of the Day - Night, " we witness a different side to society; shadows dance amidst secrets and mysteries under moonlit skies. Joshua Barney's heroic tales remind us that bravery transcends time; his legacy lives on through stories passed down from generation to generation. Andreas Cellarius' celestial atlas takes our gaze beyond earthly matters into realms governed by cosmic forces—a reminder that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to understanding time and space. Parkside Asylum in Macclesfield serves as a poignant reminder that mental health care has evolved significantly over time, highlighting how compassion and understanding have shaped our approach towards those who need help. The echoes of Agincourt still resonate after centuries—an enduring testament to human resilience during one hundred years marked by conflict and change. A thousand-year-old map reveals Europe's intricate tapestry—each line representing borders redrawn countless times throughout history yet reminding us that unity can emerge despite divisions. In this ever-changing world, let these glimpses into various moments across history inspire gratitude for good jobs, good money, and the good times we experience today.