Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905
Useful distances to know when designing a walkable city
Fig. 16. From a drawing of a hill with contour lines added to a contour map. Popular map reading. 1928.
The only known example of the Jollain/De Jode edition of Saliba’s map of the cosmos (1582), integrating ancient Pagan and medieval Christian cosmology with Renaissance beliefs and experiences.
A 1602 image of ancient Rome from the Warburg Institute's collection
How “the Sun’s rays penetrate the atmosphere and strike upon the Earth’s surface in different latitudes.” Physical Geography. 1908.
Kaart en gezicht van het slagveld van Waterloo, Neele, C. Smith, 1815
Fig. 43. Method of recording pain. Pain, its origin, conduction, perception and diagnostic significance. 1914.
The Kymographion. Man and abnormal man, including a study of children. 1905.