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|>||Southampton, Thomas Wriothesley, 4th Earl of, Baron Wriothesley Of Titchfield|
major supporter of both Charles I and Charles II of England.
|>||Southampton, Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of, Baron Wriothesley Of Titchfield|
influential minister of state during the last years of the reign of King Henry VIII of England.
|>||Southampton, Henry Wriothesley, 2nd Earl of, Baron Wriothesley Of Titchfield|
one of the Roman Catholic English nobles who conspired for the release of Mary, Queen of Scots.
|>||Southampton, Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of, Baron Wriothesley Of Titchfield|
English nobleman and William Shakespeare's patron.
|>||Cleveland, Thomas Wentworth, earl of|
prominent Royalist during the English Civil Wars.
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|>||(17661841). A British diplomat and art collector, Lord Elgin was famous for his acquisition of the Greek sculptures now known as the Elgin Marbles. Elgin's acquisition of the sculptures caused a ...
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National Gallery of Art
Painting by Thomas Gainsborough, 1785.
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"Overview of this oceanography center under the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. Includes information on oceanography, physical, biological, geological, and chemical systems. Features details of research, teaching facilities, publication indices, school curriculum, and database of libraries. "
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Collection of images created by Earl L. Hinrichs. Includes an array of fractal works, which can be downloaded. Includes links to other virtual galleries and fractal art contests.
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Information on this American country music artist. Provides a biography, discography, and concert itenary.
Cornell Law School
Biographical information about the justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Includes selected opinions written by Thomas.
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|>||Shakespeare: Early Influences in London(2:33)|
Henry Wriothesley, to whom Shakespeare dedicated two poems, was one of the writer's first patrons.
|>||American Revolution: The End of the War(2:19)|
With the help of French troops and German military officer Baron Von Steuben, Washington's forces defeated the British in 1781.
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Disaster struck Venice on November 4th ,1966 when the city was hit with a massive flood.
|>||Scotland: Sir William Berle's Art Collection(1:47)|
Bill Bryson visits Glasgow shipping baron Sir William Berle's Art Collection.
|>||Pyramids: Building the Burial Chamber(1:46)|
The ancient Egyptians had an ingenious way of constructing the burial chambers at the center of each pyramid.
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