Happy #StDavidsDay / #DyddGwylDewiHapus!
We thought this was a great time to share this wonderful pin, or stylus, carved to represent a stylized dragon! (AD 866 - 1066) 🐉 From the jaws of the dragon protrudes a short rectangular tongue!
March 1, 1833, the HMS Beagle ⛵ arrives at the Falkland Islands, where #Darwin geologizes a bit and collects fossils ⚒ like those brachiopods.
Even after you have had both doses of the vaccine you must continue to follow the current coronavirus restrictions. It is still possible for you carry the virus, even if you are less at risk of getting ill from it yourself.
Stay home, keep others safe.
End of Crag #fossils then specimens from the Eocene & Chalk in Bryce Wright's 1881 additional section to my 1878 Normanhurst Court, #Catsfield #Sussex #museum Catalogue. No.99 (F147) "Nummulite. #Egypt." & No.148 (F165) "Ventriculites mammillatus. #Kent." #Brassey #History #1870s
Wow!How things have changed. Though I do get through a lot of iPads. Hooves, you see. https://t.co/fCcZ15DX1a
An engineer wiring an early IBM computer, 1958.
Photo by Berenice Abbott
Calling all young #songwriters ‼️
The @songacademyUK Young Songwriter 2021 competition is open until 31 Mar 2021 📅
Prizes include a recording session and £1,000 worth of #Yamaha equipment 🎹🎤🎸
Enter your songs ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Bexhill Museum is currently closed on government advice
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