Coat of arms (13th to 14th century). The white-and-blue lozenges came to the family when Otto II Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria acquired the county of Bogen in 1240
Smaller coat of arms of Bavaria
Coat of arms (15th century), the Wittelsbach (Bogen) lozenges quartered with the lion of the Palatinate.
Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bavaria
The Wittelsbach dominions within the Holy Roman Empire (Bavaria, The Netherlands and Palatinate) 1373 are shown as, among the houses of which acquired Brandenburg that year and which had acquired Tyrol in 1369
The Electorate of Bavaria highlighted on a map of the Holy Roman Empire in 1648
The Electorate of the Palatinate (red) which lost the yellow territories in 1505, after the War of the Succession of Landshut
Heidelberg Castle of the Electors of Palatinate
Royal Bavarian coat of arms
The Electorate of Bavaria (1778) and the Kingdom of Bavaria (1816)
The Swedish Empire following the Treaty of Roskilde of 1658
The Kingdom of Greece in 1861.
Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor (1314–1347)
Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France (1370–1435)
Frederick V, Elector Palatine, King of Bohemia (1596–1632)
Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662–1726)
Charles XII, King of Sweden (1682–1718)
Charles VII, Holy Roman Emperor (1742–1745)
Otto, King of Greece (1815–1867)
Ludwig II, King of Bavaria (1845–1886)
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The Bavarian Crown Jewels (at Munich Residenz)
The Old Royal Palace in Athens, built for King Otto I by Friedrich von Gärtner, 1841
Propylaea in Munich, monument for the secundogeniture of the Wittelsbach in Greece
The Old Court in Munich
Munich Residenz by Michael Wening
Nymphenburg Palace in Munich
Schleissheim Palace in Munich
Trausnitz Castle in Landshut
Ingolstadt Castle
Straubing Castle
Burghausen Castle
Hohenschwangau Castle
Linderhof Palace
Herrenchiemsee Palace
Neuschwanstein Castle
Heidelberg Castle 1670
Mannheim Palace
Schwetzingen Castle
Neuburg Castle (Bavaria)
Düsseldorf Castle
Benrath Mansion in Düsseldorf
Bensberg Castle
Zweibrücken Castle
Birkenfeld Castle 1645
Sulzbach Castle
Neumarkt Castle
Simmern Castle 1648
Electoral Palace, Bonn
Poppelsdorf Palace, Bonn
Augustusburg Palace, Brühl

Throughout history, members of the royal house have reigned as: Dukes of Merania (1153–1180/82), Dukes, Electors and Kings of Bavaria (1180–1918), Counts Palatine of the Rhine (1214–1803 and 1816–1918), Margraves of Brandenburg (1323–1373), Counts of Holland, Hainaut and Zeeland (1345–1433), Elector-Archbishops of Cologne (1583–1761), Dukes of Jülich and Berg (1614–1794/1806), Kings of Sweden (1441–1448 and 1654–1720) and Dukes of Bremen-Verden (1654–1719).

- House of Wittelsbach

The emperor consequently dispossessed the duke and gave his territory to Otto I Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach.

- List of rulers of Bavaria
Western Zhou bronze ding
Ox scapula with a divination inscription from the reign of the Shang King Wu Ding
The early Zhou Li gui, which is inscribed with an account of the Zhou conquest of the Shang
Rubbing of the Li gui inscription
Erlitou sites (black) and Xia capitals identified in traditional sources (red, with numbers for those from the "current text" Bamboo Annals)

Modern name of the twin city formed by the Western Zhou capitals of Feng and Hao on opposite banks of the Feng River near its confluence with the Wei River in Shaanxi, China.

- Fenghao

Although no archaeological traces of King Wu's campaign have been found, the pre-conquest Zhou capital at Fengxi in Shaanxi has been excavated and strata at the site have been identified with the pre-dynastic Zhou.

- Xia–Shang–Zhou Chronology Project
An imaging technique known as neutron diffraction, used along with molecular simulations, revealed that an ion channel's voltage sensing domain (red, yellow and blue molecule at center) perturbs the two-layered cell membrane that surrounds it (yellow surfaces), causing the membrane to thin slightly.
X-rays interact with the atoms in a crystal.
Bragg diffraction 
 Two beams with identical wavelength and phase approach a crystalline solid and are scattered off two different atoms within it. The lower beam traverses an extra length of 2dsinθ. Constructive interference occurs when this length is equal to an integer multiple of the wavelength of the radiation.

The concept of Bragg diffraction applies equally to neutron diffraction and electron diffraction processes.

- Bragg's law

Impinging on a crystalline sample, it will scatter under a limited number of well-defined angles, according to the same Bragg's law that describes X-ray diffraction.

- Neutron diffraction
Soy milk soup with salt and vinegar, along with vegetables and wontons

In 2013, it surpassed soy milk as the most popular plant-based milk in the US.

- Almond milk

With soybean production increasing worldwide during the early 21st century, and consumer interest in plant milks growing from demand in Asia, Europe, and the United States, soy milk became the second-most consumed plant milk (after almond milk) by 2019.

- Soy milk
University of East Anglia coat of arms
Cheltenham College chapel and library (Big Modern)
Denys Lasdun's Ziggurats accommodation
Entrance to the Sainsbury Centre from the UEA campus
Earlham Hall, childhood home of Elizabeth Fry, is now home to UEA Law School.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts was designed by Lord Foster to house the art collection of Sir Robert Sainsbury and Lady Lisa Sainsbury, whose daughter attended UEA.
A bus which connects the university with Norwich City Centre
Colman House Accommodation
The Queen's Building
Constable Terrace, UEA accommodation
UEA Student Union Logo
Sir Kazuo Ishiguro (MA, 1980) was awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature
Chancellor from 1965 to 1984 Oliver Franks, Baron Franks
King of Tonga Tupou VI (BA, 1980)
Former Leader of the House of Lords Baroness Amos (Applied Research in Education, 1978)
Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal (MA)
Secretary-General of the OECD Mathias Cormann (Law, 1994)
Argentine billionaire businessman Eduardo Costantini (MA, 1975)
2007 Booker Prize winner Anne Enright (MA, 1988)
Former Governor of Gibraltar and Commandant General Royal Marines Sir Robert Fulton (BA, 1970)
Former Governor-General of Grenada Sir Carlyle Glean (MA, 1982)
1998 Booker Prize winner Ian McEwan (MA, 1971)
Former Leader of the House of Lords Lord Strathclyde (BA, 1982)

He was Professor of Biology at the University of East Anglia from 1963 to 1974 then Emeritus Professor, and also served as Dean of School of Biological Sciences from 1967 to 1970.

- John Alwyne Kitching

UEA has benefited from the services of academics at the top of their fields, including Sir Malcolm Bradbury and Sir Angus Wilson who co-founded the MA in Creative Writing programme; Hubert Lamb who founded the Climatic Research Unit; Lord Zuckerman who was influential in the establishment of the School of Environmental Sciences; Nobel Prize–winning chemist Richard Synge, who was an honorary professor; scientists Sir David King, Sir David Baulcombe, Jenni Barclay, Tom Wigley, Godfrey Hewitt, Michael Balls, Andrew Watson, Christopher Lamb, Alan Katritzky, Jean Palutikof, John Plane, Michael Gale, Roy Markham, Geoffrey Boulton, Johnson Cann, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, John Alwyne Kitching, Thomas Bennet-Clark, Jeremy Greenwood and Tracy Palmer; mathematician Peter Chadwick; writers Angela Carter and Sarah Churchwell; poet George Szirtes; poet laureate Sir Andrew Motion historians Sir Richard Evans, Paul Kennedy, Patricia Hollis and Michael Balfour; art historians Peter Lasko and Eric Fernie; historian Stephen Church; philosophers Martin Hollis and Andreas Dorschel; psychologist Dame Shirley Pearce; musician Sir Philip Ledger; political scientists Lord Williams of Baglan and Sir Steve Smith; former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, and the High Court Judges Sir Clive Lewis and Dame Beverley Lang.

- University of East Anglia
Cheltenham College chapel and library (Big Modern)
Headquarters of the Royal Society in Carlton House Terrace in London

British biologist.

- John Alwyne Kitching

John Alwyne Kitching

- List of fellows of the Royal Society elected in 1960
Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field on the campus of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida
Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field on the campus of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida

The 2002 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament was played at the end of the 2002 NCAA Division I baseball season to determine the national champion of college baseball.

- 2002 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament

The season progressed through the regular season, many conference tournaments and championship series, and concluded with the 2002 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament and 2002 College World Series.

- 2002 NCAA Division I baseball season
Cheltenham College chapel and library (Big Modern)

British biologist.

- John Alwyne Kitching

John Alwyne Kitching,, Lecturer in Zoology, University of Bristol.

- 1947 Birthday Honours
C-17 Globemaster III from McChord AFB during Operation Deep Freeze
446th Airlift Wing C-17A Globemaster III
452 Bomb Group Flying Fortress flying through flak
B-26Bs of the 452d Bomb Wing in Korea

United States Air Force Reserve squadron, assigned to the 446th Operations Group, stationed at McChord Field, Joint Base Lewis–McChord, Washington.

- 313th Airlift Squadron

The 728th was renamed the 728th Airlift Squadron on 1 February 1992 following the reorganization of the 446th Airlift Wing under the Objective Wing system, it was joined by the 97th and 313th Airlift Squadrons within the reactivated 446th Operations Group.

- 728th Airlift Squadron
Senate President pro tempore and Acting Senate President Jinggoy Estrada
Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr.
Current party standing.
14th Congress district congressmen
Proportion of votes (inner ring) as compared to the proportion of seats (outer ring). Party-list seats are excluded since they are voted separately.
Proportion of votes (inner ring) as compared to the proportion of seats (outer ring). Each party is given one color and one slice, and are arranged in descending order of votes. The parties that did not win a seat is given a single slice and color (gray).
Provincial results: Parties that won at least a plurality of the vote in each province. Note that election is not via per province but nationwide as a single at-large "district".
Allocation of seats per region: green is for Regions I to III and CAR, white is for Metro Manila, red is for Regions IV-A to V, blue is for Regions VI to VIII and yellow is for Regions IX to XIII and the ARMM.
Results of the speaker's election. The two competing candidates, by tradition, vote for each other.

The 2010 Philippine House of Representatives elections were held on May 10, 2010, to elect members to the House of Representatives of the Philippines to serve in the 15th Congress of the Philippines from June 30, 2010, to June 30, 2013.

- 2010 Philippine House of Representatives elections

The convention of the 15th Congress followed the 2010 Senate election, which replaced half of the Senate membership, and the 2010 House of Representatives elections which elected entire membership of the House of Representatives.

- 15th Congress of the Philippines