Friend to Friend Memorial This monument is in the annex of the Gettysburg National Cemetery, and commemorates CSA General Lewis Armistead entrusting Union Captain Henry Bingham with his personal effects, particularly his pocket watch, during Pickett's Charge. The polychrome bronze monument by Ron Tunison was dedicated on August 21, 1993.
Book of Hours, MS M.276 fol. 35r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum
Battle of Nisibus/The Battle of Nisibis was fought in the summer of 217 between the armies of the Roman Empire under the newly ascended emperor Macrinus and the Parthian army of King Artabanus IV. It lasted for three days, and resulted in a bloody draw, with both sides suffering large casualties. As a result of the battle, Macrinus was forced to seek peace, paying the Parthians a huge sum and abandoning the invasion of Mesopotamia that Caracalla had begun a year before.wikipedia.org
1970s typing classes across the country......our class looked just like this in the 80's as well!!!