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The Incubation of the Silkworm Eggs, Plate 3 from "The Introduction of the Silkworm" [Vermis Sericus]

Emperor Justinian Receiving the First Imported Silkworm Eggs from Nestorian Monks, Plate 2 from "The Introduction of the Silkworm" [Vermis Sericus]

The Reeling of Silk, Plate 6 from "The Introduction of the Silkworm" [Vermis Sericus]

The Silkworm Eggs Spread Out On Shelves, Plate 4 from "The Introduction of the Silkworm" [Vermis Sericus]

Title Plate from "The Introduction of the Silkworm" [Vermis Sericus]

Silkworm

Factory and Silkworm Nursery, Foochow

[Two views (top): silkworm moth; (bottom): larval stages of the silkworm]

[A Japanese woman, with one shoe (geta) off (to operate spinning machine), spinning silk from silkworm cocoons]

A captured Iraqi CSS-N-2 Silkworm anti-ship missile is carried on a trailer pulled by an Army M-915 14-ton tractor truck following Operation Desert Storm

An SH-60B Sea Hawk helicopter from Helicopter Light Anti-submarine Squadron 47 (HSL-47) comes in to land on the pier as soldiers load a captured Iraqi HY-2 Silkworm anti-ship missile onto a flatbed trailer following Operation Desert Storm

An HV-2 Silkworm anti-ship missile left behind by retreating Iraqi troops sits on a flatbed trailer as captured equipment and ordnance are prepared for shipment following Operation Desert Storm

Several HY-2 Silkworm anti-ship missiles left behind by retreating Iraqi troops sit in a warehouse following Operation Desert Storm. The missile in the foreground has been written upon by a sailor from Detachment 51, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Mobile Unit One

Soldiers pull an HV-2 Silkworm anti-ship missile left behind by retreating Iraqi troops across a pier as captured equipment and ordnance are prepared for shipment following Operation Desert Storm

Passersby look at Iraqi HY-2 Silkworm missiles abandoned after Allied forces reclaimed Kuwait City during Operation Desert Storm. The occupying Iraqi forces had been using a school as the missile assembly and storage site.

Abandoned Iraqi HY-2 Silkworm missiles line a hallway in a school which was used as the missile assembly and storage site by occupying Iraqi forces. The Iraqi troops fled the area when Allied forces reclaimed Kuwait City during Operation Desert Storm.

An abandoned Iraqi HY-2 Silkworm missile is positioned on a skid outside a school which was used as the missile assembly and storage site by occupying Iraqi forces. The Iraqi troops fled the area when Allied forces reclaimed Kuwait City during Operation Desert Storm.

Almgrens Sidenväveri, sidenapparateringsverkstaden på Tavastgatan 8 (tiven i november 1928). Verkstaden i trappa upp. Plåten återfinns på Nordiska museet.

Silkesframställning i Sanssouci, Potsdam. Silkesmaskar och kokonger.

Almgrens Sidenväveri, sidenapparateringsverkstaden på Tavastgatan 8 (tiven i november 1928). Pressrummet, bottenvåningen med pressarna "Pelle" och "Olle". Den förstnämnda skänkt till Tekniska museet 1928, den andra överflyttad jämte överiga maskiner och apparater till farbrikens lokaler på repslagargatan 15 i oktober 1928. Plåten återfinns på Nordiska museet.

Almgrens Sidenväveri, sidenapparateringsverkstaden på Tavastgatan 8 (tiven i november 1928). Plåten återfinns på Nordiska museet.

Almgrens Sidenväveri, extreiör från hörnet av Tavastgatan och Bellmangatan, Södermalm, Stockholm. Sidenapparateringsverkstaden på Tavastgatan 8 (tiven i november 1928). Plåten återfinns på Nordiska museet.

Almgrens Sidenväveri, sidenapparateringsverkstaden på Tavastgatan 8 (tiven i november 1928). Bottenvåningen med olika appreteringsmaskiner. Plåten återfinns på Nordiska museet.