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Stock Photo #1899-76854, Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold. Portrait of Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold 1832-1901, Swedish explorer and natralist. Engraving in Le Monde illustre, 25/11/1879
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Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold. Portrait of Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold 1832-1901, Swedish explorer and natralist. Engraving i...
Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold. Portrait of Nils Adolf Eric Nordenskjold 1832-1901, Swedish explorer and natralist. Engraving in Le Monde illustre, 25/11/1879
Stock Photo #1746-1902, Chain of dippers (wooden buckets), powered by a water wheel being used to raise water from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Chain of dippers (wooden buckets), powered by a water wheel being used to raise water from a mine. From De re metallica, by A...
Chain of dippers (wooden buckets), powered by a water wheel being used to raise water from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1899-18732, Robert Jameson 1774 to 1854 Scottish naturalist and mineralogist Regius professor of natural history in the University of Edinburgh Engraved by J Jenkins after K Macleary From the book National Portrait Gallery volume IV published c 1835
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Robert Jameson 1774 to 1854 Scottish naturalist and mineralogist Regius professor of natural history in the University of Edi...
Robert Jameson 1774 to 1854 Scottish naturalist and mineralogist Regius professor of natural history in the University of Edinburgh Engraved by J Jenkins after K Macleary From the book National Portrait Gallery volume IV published c 1835
Stock Photo #1746-2013, Mine being drained by a rag-and-chain pump powered by overshot water wheel. At right is detail of section of pipe K. From Agricola De re metallica, Basle, 1556.
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Mine being drained by a rag-and-chain pump powered by overshot water wheel. At right is detail of section of pipe K. From Agr...
Mine being drained by a rag-and-chain pump powered by overshot water wheel. At right is detail of section of pipe K. From Agricola De re metallica, Basle, 1556.
Stock Photo #1746-1924, Multiple suction pumps, powered by an overshot water wheel through a spur wheel and lantern, being used to raise water from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Multiple suction pumps, powered by an overshot water wheel through a spur wheel and lantern, being used to raise water from a...
Multiple suction pumps, powered by an overshot water wheel through a spur wheel and lantern, being used to raise water from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #4069-4386, Rafael GUZMAN, 19th century Ecuadorian mineralogist (esp diamonds)
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Rafael GUZMAN, 19th century Ecuadorian mineralogist (esp diamonds)
Stock Photo #1746-1922, Suction pumps arranged in three tiers and linked by cranks. Powered by a water wheel, they are being used to raise water from mine workings. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
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Suction pumps arranged in three tiers and linked by cranks. Powered by a water wheel, they are being used to raise water from...
Suction pumps arranged in three tiers and linked by cranks. Powered by a water wheel, they are being used to raise water from mine workings. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Stock Photo #1746-1908, Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming paddles. B) Short boards with feather shaped pieces of supple wood fixed on them. C) Short boards fitted with goose feathers., From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of
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Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming ...
Ventilating a mine. Various forms of fan which could be mounted on an axle inside a ventilating drum. A) Thin boards forming paddles. B) Short boards with feather shaped pieces of supple wood fixed on them. C) Short boards fitted with goose feathers., From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of
Stock Photo #1746-1929, Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck in air and one to expel it as the drum rotated. Inside the drum, fixed to axle on which it rotated, were fans made of wood or of wood and goose quills. HHHH are rods attached t
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Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck i...
Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck in air and one to expel it as the drum rotated. Inside the drum, fixed to axle on which it rotated, were fans made of wood or of wood and goose quills. HHHH are rods attached t
Stock Photo #1746-1931, Mine drainage. Man in centre left of picture is boring lengths of wood with borers and augers to form pipes. Man on centre right is working the piston rod of a suction pump to raise water from a mine. In the left foreground are lengths of pipe to be joined, and various internal pump parts. From De r
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Mine drainage. Man in centre left of picture is boring lengths of wood with borers and augers to form pipes. Man on centre ri...
Mine drainage. Man in centre left of picture is boring lengths of wood with borers and augers to form pipes. Man on centre right is working the piston rod of a suction pump to raise water from a mine. In the left foreground are lengths of pipe to be joined, and various internal pump parts. From De r
Stock Photo #1746-1907, Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans sucking stale air from the mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans suc...
Revolving wooden wind vanes fitted to the top of mine ventilation shafts. When they revolved they acted as extractor fans sucking stale air from the mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1566-1380034, Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomologist and botanist, the Father of Paleobotany.
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Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomo...
Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomologist and botanist, the Father of Paleobotany.
Stock Photo #1746-1921, Draining mine workings by means of a battery of three pumps. The axle, B, is powered by an overshot water wheel. The cams on the axle raise and lower the piston rods by means of tappets. C is the bottom of the pipe which is encased in the basket, D. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Ge
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Draining mine workings by means of a battery of three pumps. The axle, B, is powered by an overshot water wheel. The cams on ...
Draining mine workings by means of a battery of three pumps. The axle, B, is powered by an overshot water wheel. The cams on the axle raise and lower the piston rods by means of tappets. C is the bottom of the pipe which is encased in the basket, D. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Ge
Stock Photo #1746-1905, Means of transporting ore which has been won from a mine. In the foreground is a horse-drawn sledge, at D dogs are being used as pack animals and at E a man is pulling full pig skins. At B a sledge is being ridden down a slope. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle,
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Means of transporting ore which has been won from a mine. In the foreground is a horse-drawn sledge, at D dogs are being used...
Means of transporting ore which has been won from a mine. In the foreground is a horse-drawn sledge, at D dogs are being used as pack animals and at E a man is pulling full pig skins. At B a sledge is being ridden down a slope. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle,
Stock Photo #4409-65752, Revd. Dr. John Walker (1730–1803), Scottish naturalist, Professor of Natural History at the University of Edinburgh from 1779 to 1803. . . Portrait engraved on steel by W.H. Lizars, from Sir William Jardine's "The Naturalist's Library" 1833, Edinburgh.
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Revd. Dr. John Walker (1730–1803), Scottish naturalist, Professor of Natural History at the University of Edinburgh from 1779...
Revd. Dr. John Walker (1730–1803), Scottish naturalist, Professor of Natural History at the University of Edinburgh from 1779 to 1803. . . Portrait engraved on steel by W.H. Lizars, from Sir William Jardine's "The Naturalist's Library" 1833, Edinburgh.
Stock Photo #4409-43056, Adolf Erik Nordenskio¨ld (1832-1901). Finnish baron, geologist, mineralogist and arctic explorer of Finnish-Swedish origin.
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Adolf Erik Nordenskio¨ld (1832-1901). Finnish baron, geologist, mineralogist and arctic explorer of Finnish-Swedish origin.
Stock Photo #1746-1910, Washing for gold by laying pieces of turf in a frame. Gold-bearing sand is placed in head of the frame at A, water is then allowed to wash over it. Gold collected on the turf at C. The pieces of turf then washed individually at E and the gold recovered. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudony
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Washing for gold by laying pieces of turf in a frame. Gold-bearing sand is placed in head of the frame at A, water is then al...
Washing for gold by laying pieces of turf in a frame. Gold-bearing sand is placed in head of the frame at A, water is then allowed to wash over it. Gold collected on the turf at C. The pieces of turf then washed individually at E and the gold recovered. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudony
Stock Photo #1746-1928, A rag-and-chain pump powered by an overshot water wheel being used to drain a mine. On the right is a detail of the tube of the pump. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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A rag-and-chain pump powered by an overshot water wheel being used to drain a mine. On the right is a detail of the tube of t...
A rag-and-chain pump powered by an overshot water wheel being used to drain a mine. On the right is a detail of the tube of the pump. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1899-77717, Agricola Georgius Bauer. Portarit of Agricola Georgius Bauer, caled Agricola 1494-1555, german mineralogist. Chromolithography after La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis Figuier, 1881, Barcelona Spain
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Agricola Georgius Bauer. Portarit of Agricola Georgius Bauer, caled Agricola 1494-1555, german mineralogist. Chromolithograph...
Agricola Georgius Bauer. Portarit of Agricola Georgius Bauer, caled Agricola 1494-1555, german mineralogist. Chromolithography after La Ciencia y sus Hombres by Louis Figuier, 1881, Barcelona Spain
Stock Photo #1746-1919, Ore which has been broken up in a stamping mill being reduced further by passing through a grinding mill. The mill is driven by a water wheel, out of the picture to right, through axle, A. Told and tin ore were treated in this way. From De re metallica by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle
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Ore which has been broken up in a stamping mill being reduced further by passing through a grinding mill. The mill is driven ...
Ore which has been broken up in a stamping mill being reduced further by passing through a grinding mill. The mill is driven by a water wheel, out of the picture to right, through axle, A. Told and tin ore were treated in this way. From De re metallica by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle
Stock Photo #1746-4947, Alexandre Brongniart (1770-1847) French geologist and mineralogist. He introduced term Jurassic for Cotswold clays and limestones. Director of Sevres porcelain factory 1800-1847. Engraving from Les Merveilles de l'Industrie by Louis Figuier (Paris, c1870).
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Alexandre Brongniart (1770-1847) French geologist and mineralogist. He introduced term Jurassic for Cotswold clays and limest...
Alexandre Brongniart (1770-1847) French geologist and mineralogist. He introduced term Jurassic for Cotswold clays and limestones. Director of Sevres porcelain factory 1800-1847. Engraving from Les Merveilles de l'Industrie by Louis Figuier (Paris, c1870).
Stock Photo #1566-1392361, Portrait of Carl Friedrich Christian Mohs, 1773 - 1839, a German geologist and mineralogist.
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Portrait of Carl Friedrich Christian Mohs, 1773 - 1839, a German geologist and mineralogist.
Stock Photo #1848-717209, Historical pressure, 1875, portrait of Franz Ritter von Kobell, 1803 _ 1882, German mineralogist and writer, from the Illustrated History of German National Literature, by Gustav Koennecke, 1887
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Historical pressure, 1875, portrait of Franz Ritter von Kobell, 1803 _ 1882, German mineralogist and writer, from the Illustr...
Historical pressure, 1875, portrait of Franz Ritter von Kobell, 1803 _ 1882, German mineralogist and writer, from the Illustrated History of German National Literature, by Gustav Koennecke, 1887
Stock Photo #1746-1909, Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so that is always facing in the optimum wind direction. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer,Basle 1556,
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Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so...
Mine ventilation shaft topped with a device to extract the stale air from the mine. H is a vane to make the barrel revolve so that is always facing in the optimum wind direction. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer,Basle 1556,
Stock Photo #1746-4860, Henry Carvill Lewis (1853-1888) American geologist and mineralogist who made a special study of glacial phenomena. From The Popular Science Monthly (New York, July 1889).
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Henry Carvill Lewis (1853-1888) American geologist and mineralogist who made a special study of glacial phenomena. From The P...
Henry Carvill Lewis (1853-1888) American geologist and mineralogist who made a special study of glacial phenomena. From The Popular Science Monthly (New York, July 1889).
Stock Photo #1746-1918, Overshot water wheel turning the cam-shaft of a stamping mill being used to turn the crush ore to begin the process of extracting metal from the ore won from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Overshot water wheel turning the cam-shaft of a stamping mill being used to turn the crush ore to begin the process of extrac...
Overshot water wheel turning the cam-shaft of a stamping mill being used to turn the crush ore to begin the process of extracting metal from the ore won from a mine. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1746-1904, Draining a mine by means of a suction pump. The man in the top right of the picture is operating the piston of the pump by raising and lowering the opposite end of the beam to which the piston rod is attached. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556) Woodcut
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Draining a mine by means of a suction pump. The man in the top right of the picture is operating the piston of the pump by ra...
Draining a mine by means of a suction pump. The man in the top right of the picture is operating the piston of the pump by raising and lowering the opposite end of the beam to which the piston rod is attached. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556) Woodcut
Stock Photo #1746-1926, Washing for tin. After digging out a substantial amount of material, the miners would alter the course of a stream. The flow of the water would wash away the light material, leaving behind the tin-bearing ore. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
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Washing for tin. After digging out a substantial amount of material, the miners would alter the course of a stream. The flow ...
Washing for tin. After digging out a substantial amount of material, the miners would alter the course of a stream. The flow of the water would wash away the light material, leaving behind the tin-bearing ore. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Stock Photo #1895-10530, Johann Gahn, Swedish chemist and mineralogist, c 1780.
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Stock Photo #1746-1930, Draining mine workings with a bank of three suction pumps. As the men turn the shaft the cams, B, connect with tappets. A, on the piston rods, C. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
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Draining mine workings with a bank of three suction pumps. As the men turn the shaft the cams, B, connect with tappets. A, on...
Draining mine workings with a bank of three suction pumps. As the men turn the shaft the cams, B, connect with tappets. A, on the piston rods, C. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Stock Photo #1746-1927, Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At the top, a horse turns a crown wheel which engages with a lantern on the camshaft and the cams engage with tappets to work the bellows. At the bottom, a man works the bellows
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Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At...
Three devices for ventilating mines with bellows. In the centre the horse turns the wheel and cams, I,I, work the bellows. At the top, a horse turns a crown wheel which engages with a lantern on the camshaft and the cams engage with tappets to work the bellows. At the bottom, a man works the bellows
Stock Photo #1746-1923, Draining a mine using a duplex suction pump. The box ABCD, shown in detail on the right, contained the crank which operated the piston. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
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Draining a mine using a duplex suction pump. The box ABCD, shown in detail on the right, contained the crank which operated t...
Draining a mine using a duplex suction pump. The box ABCD, shown in detail on the right, contained the crank which operated the piston. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Stock Photo #1746-1925, Cross-section of a mine, showing shaft and galleries at two different levels. In the top left of the picture is prospecting for metals using divining rods (dowsing). From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
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Cross-section of a mine, showing shaft and galleries at two different levels. In the top left of the picture is prospecting f...
Cross-section of a mine, showing shaft and galleries at two different levels. In the top left of the picture is prospecting for metals using divining rods (dowsing). From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Stock Photo #1746-1906, Prospecting for metals using divining rods (A,A) and trenching (B). Divining rods were used in exactly the same manner for water divining (dowsing). From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
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Prospecting for metals using divining rods (A,A) and trenching (B). Divining rods were used in exactly the same manner for wa...
Prospecting for metals using divining rods (A,A) and trenching (B). Divining rods were used in exactly the same manner for water divining (dowsing). From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut
Stock Photo #1895-11157, Eilhardt Mitscherlich, German chemist and mineralogist, mid 19th century.
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Eilhardt Mitscherlich, German chemist and mineralogist, mid 19th century.

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