In the fashionable female circles of 18th-century Paris, a physician who recommended fresh air, exercise and looser corsets became a celebrated figure.
The chef and restaurateur died on 12 February 1935.
Seemingly inconsequential, dedicating books to royalty was a vital part of Tudor publishing.
Wendell Phillips is not remembered fondly in Yemen.
An aerial view of a hydraulic system that pumped fresh water into the monastic complex.