Paweł Sadłoń

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This map covers just about all possible tribes that were documented in the first centuries BCE and CE, by Romans and Greeks. Some tribes or tribal groupings such as the Venedi covered a vast range of territory while the tribes of Western Gaul had divided and sub-divided to create a patchwork of names. Click anywhere on the map (link below) to load the full size map with links to individual tribes. http://www.historyfiles.co.uk/FeaturesEurope/Barbarian_Map52BC.htm

Map of Gaul 52 BC. This vast map covers just about all possible tribes that were documented in the first centuries BC and AD, mostly by the Romans and Greeks. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 4

Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson (Scottish, 19th century), "James Linton. Newhaven Fisherman," 1840–50.  Photograph, salt print from paper negative.

Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson (Scottish, century) - James Linton, Newhaven Fisherman - Clarke begins his chapter on.

18th C. Sea Captain's Chest w/ Becket Handles

Sea Captain's Chest w/ Becket Handles

The original dreadnought, HMS Dreadnought herself, passing HMS Victory in Portsmouth, 1906

“Two very significant ships, the HMS Victory, Lord Nelson’s flagship at Trafalgar, and HMS Dreadnought, the ship that revolutionized battleship construction and kickstarted a global naval.

At its peak in the 1860s, the herring fleet at Wick comprised over 1000 boats and employed almost 15,000 people, making it the largest herring port in Britain

At its peak in the the herring fleet at Wick comprised over 1000 boats and employed almost people, making it the largest herring port in Britain

Sailor's Powder Horn. Probably Coastal New England, ca. early 19th century (possibly late 18th). Carved and engraved horn with pine plug. Profusely decorated with vignettes of places the sailor had seen (real or imagined) during his journeys.

early century (possibly late Carved and engraved horn with pine plug. Profusely decorated with vignettes of places the sailor had seen (real or imagined) during his journeys.