May 26th, 2017

Oxford

Gillian and Rachael at Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford. England's Biggest Bookshop
Mural by Edward Bawden, 1973
Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford
' Magna Carta'
Weston Library, Oxford
Old Town Hall, Oxford
Old Road Sign from the 1930's, Oxford
Oxford Castle from the Motte and Bailey Castle Mound, built in 1071 by
Robert D'Oilly
Oxford Castle from the top of the
Motte and Bailey Castle Mound
Remaining Mound of the original
Motte and Bailey Castle,
Oxford
Gillian and Rachael on top of the
Motte and Bailey Castle Mound, Oxford
Inside a Cell at Oxford Castle
The Fetter of Mary Blandy
Oxford Castle
Window from which
Empress Matilda made her escape
Oxford Castle
Gillian and Rachael having a picnic lunch in the grounds of
Christ Church College, Oxford
Gillian and Rachael in front of
Christ Church College, Oxford

Christ Church College, Oxford
All Souls College Sundial produced by Christopher Wren in 1658
Hertford Bridge, often called the
'Bridge of Sighs', Oxford
Statue of Edward Clarendon on the Clarendon Building, Oxford
Spherical Astrolabe, 1480 History of Science
Museum, Oxford
Armillary Sphere
by Carlo Plato, Rome, 1588
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Clock Driven
Armillary Sphere
by Antide Janvier, 1798
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Armillary Sphere, c.1580
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Napier bones
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Equinoctial Dial, 1716
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Diptych dial, 1578
History of Science Museum Oxford
Gillian at the
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Arithmometer by Thomas de Colmar. First commercially produced calculating machine, 1820
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Thatcher's Cylindrical Slide Rule, 1890
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
The Fowler Calculator
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Mechanical Equinoctial Dials
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Reflecting Circle
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
C16th Compendiums
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
1584 Astrolabe
by Philippe Danfrie Paris
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Nuremburg Diptych Dials C16th-C17th
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Astrolabe by Thomas Gemini
for Queen Elizabeth I, London, 1559
History of Science Museum,
Oxford
Microscopes dating from the C17th including those from the Royal Microscopical Society
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Stained Glass in Memory of
Christopher Wren, Architect, Anatomist, Astronomer Mathematician and Physicist
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Stained Glass Coat of Arms
'Numero Pondere et Mensura'
(Number, weight and measure)
History of Science Museum, Oxford
'Sir John Chardin'
1746
History of Science Museum,
Oxford

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