What does it mean when we say "art is in the eye of the beholder?" How have artists' subjects changed over the centuries? This collection features diverse art forms (from ancient mosaics to modern cubism).
This engraving depicts the Beagle, a ship on which Charles Darwin made his famous voyage.
In the late summer of 1638, John Milton (the English thinker and writer) visited Galileo (by that time an elderly man) in the Tuscan town of Arcetri.
Archeological evidence has led scholars to believe that Neanderthals used fire.
This painting is an artist's conception of Alexander the Great meeting Darius the Great at the Battle of Issus.
Vincent van Gogh, whose paintings today are among the most-valuable artworks in existence, lives a tragic life in which no one recognizes his genius.
Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, an artistic display of 888,246 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the st...
Meet some of the people who pack up their belongings and head west.
Examine paintings and engravings of the American West before the transcontinental railroad.
The damaged Mayflower finds land, but continues south in order to reach the intended destination.
102 passengers, 41 of whom are Pilgrims, set out in the Mayflower on a late-fall journey across the sea to Virginia.
On the 9th of September, 1939, the BBC aired this broadcast on the evacuation of Britain's school children.
When diplomatic efforts between Britain and Germany failed to end Hitler's attack on Poland - in early September, 1939 - Neville Chamberlain (the Br...
The second production of the Mercury Theatre on the Air was Treasure Island.
By the later part of 1939, Orson Welles and his Mercury-Theatre-on-the-Air players were sponsored by Campbell Soup.
This radio play, starring Orson Welles as Captain Bligh, was broadcast via the Campbell Playhouse on January 13, 1939.
Making her point by breaking bottles of alcoholic beverages, Carry Nation becomes a temperance leader.
We know how Beethoven appeared on his deathbed because a sketch of the maestro - during his last hours - survives.
United Irishmen, attempting to free Ireland from British control, lose a battle at Vinegar Hill.
Anglo-Saxon warriors, in early Briton, were known as Thegns.
Many of today's English cities had their start as Anglo-Saxon settlements.
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