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Choose from 130 pictures in our Roundhead collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Coloured SEM of human sperm cells Featured Roundhead Print

Coloured SEM of human sperm cells

Human sperm. Coloured Scanning ElectronMicrograph (SEM) of human sperm cells(spermatozoa). Sperm are the motile male sex cellsproduced in the testis. Each sperm is about 65micrometers long and broadly divided into a roundhead, neck and tail regions. The pear-shaped headcontains the nucleus and genetic material of themale needed to fertilize the female egg (ovum).The head is join- ed to the tail by a short neck.The sperm's tail enables it to swim by whiplashmovements, an action that propels it to reach theovum. The 3 millilitres of semen ejaculated by aman contain 200-300 million sperm. Magnificationunknown

© Science Pictures Limited/Science Photo Library

The Royal Progress through London Featured Roundhead Print

The Royal Progress through London

Queen Elizabeth's Pocket Pistol, Dover Caste, Dover, Kent. "Load me well and keep me clean, I'll carry my ball to Calais Green.". This artillery piece is a cannon built in 1544 in Utrecht by Jan Tolhuys, before Elizabeth I came to the throne. The gun was presented to Henry VIII by Maximiliaan van Egmond, Count of Buren and Stadtholder of Friesland as a gift for his young daughter Elizabeth. In 1644, the gun saw action at the siege of Hull and the Siege of Sheffield (having been recaptured by the Roundheads). Date: 1911

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress) Featured Roundhead Print

The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress)

XJF488981 The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress) by English School, (17th century); Private Collection; ( English early modern pamphlet lamenting the abolishment of Christmas by the puritanical government. The central figure of Father Christmas proclaims "O Sir, I bring good cheere" while the roundhead soldier warns him to "Keep out, you come not here." The countryman on the otherhand is saying "Old Christmas welcome; Do not fear." The pamphlet also goes on to lampoon taxes and oppressive government. ); English, out of copyright

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