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Bronze statuette of a legionary (foot soldier), perhaps a praetorian guard. The soldier wears a tunic, with an outer skirt of leather straps, and on his upper body, lorica segmentata. He is also wearing strapped sandals, breeches, and a crested helmet. [750×1586]

Bronze statuette of a legionary (foot soldier), perhaps a praetorian guard. The soldier wears a tunic, with an outer skirt of leather straps, and on his upper body, lorica segmentata. He is also wearing strapped sandals, breeches, and a crested helmet. [750×1586]

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While returning from a blackberry expedition in the country and crossing the railroad tracks at the Butler transfer, Walter Roberts, aged 12, was run down and fatally injured by a Baltimore and Ohio rail engine. His body was stolen from North Side Cemetery in 2011- a century later. He was not found.

While returning from a blackberry expedition in the country and crossing the railroad tracks at the Butler transfer, Walter Roberts, aged 12, was run down and fatally injured by a Baltimore and Ohio rail engine. His body was stolen from North Side Cemetery in 2011- a century later. He was not found.

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August30, 1909 The Burgess Shales Were Discovered by Charles Walcott. Consisting of Dark Mudstone, the Deposits Contain Diverse Soft Body Fossils, Dating From The Cambrian Era 509,000,000 Years Ago. The Picture is of a Marella Splendens, Peculiar to the Burgess Shales

August30, 1909 The Burgess Shales Were Discovered by Charles Walcott. Consisting of Dark Mudstone, the Deposits Contain Diverse Soft Body Fossils, Dating From The Cambrian Era 509,000,000 Years Ago. The Picture is of a Marella Splendens, Peculiar to the Burgess Shales

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Swimming Reindeer sculpture made from the tip of a mammoth tusk, c.11,000 BC. The leading, more detailed figure is a female with smaller body and antlers. Finely incised notching and shading outlines the variation of colours in her coat. [750×372]

Swimming Reindeer sculpture made from the tip of a mammoth tusk, c.11,000 BC. The leading, more detailed figure is a female with smaller body and antlers. Finely incised notching and shading outlines the variation of colours in her coat. [750×372]