Renowned British military surgeon James Barry was a pioneer in his field and enjoyed a celebrated and highly-accomplished career for over 50 years. After his death in 1865, it was discovered that he was actually a woman named Margaret Ann Bulkley.  Source

Renowned British military surgeon James Barry was a pioneer in his field and enjoyed a celebrated and highly-accomplished career for over 50 years. After his death in 1865, it was discovered that he was actually a woman named Margaret Ann Bulkley. Source

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To celebrate our special Bond music interview with David Arnold and Thomas Newman, we've created a special infographic for all the soundtracks and songs from the James Bond films.

To celebrate our special Bond music interview with David Arnold and Thomas Newman, we've created a special infographic for all the soundtracks and songs from the James Bond films.

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James Barry (Irish; 1741–1806)The Fall of Satan. Etching and aquatint in brown ink, 1777.

James Barry (Irish; 1741–1806)The Fall of Satan. Etching and aquatint in brown ink, 1777.

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Siglo XVIII. James Barry pintó a Hera distrayendo a Zeus para favorecer a los griegos

Siglo XVIII. James Barry pintó a Hera distrayendo a Zeus para favorecer a los griegos

James Barry - Crowning the Victors at Olympia

James Barry - Crowning the Victors at Olympia

James Barry - Jupiter and Juno on Mount Ida (detail)

James Barry - Jupiter and Juno on Mount Ida (detail)

"The devil!" cried Sophia as she pulled up his nightshirt to wash his body and, quite literally, uncovered a secret the doctor had managed to hide for most of his life.    "It's a woman - and [noting what she took for stretch marks on his stomach] a woman that has had a child." This truth was so scandalous to Victorian Britain that for years it was hushed up. Dr James Barry was one of the most highly respected surgeons of his day.

"The devil!" cried Sophia as she pulled up his nightshirt to wash his body and, quite literally, uncovered a secret the doctor had managed to hide for most of his life. "It's a woman - and [noting what she took for stretch marks on his stomach] a woman that has had a child." This truth was so scandalous to Victorian Britain that for years it was hushed up. Dr James Barry was one of the most highly respected surgeons of his day.

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James Barry ‘Orpheus’, first published 1792

James Barry ‘Orpheus’, first published 1792

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