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Images Dated 20th June 2006

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The Wales team that faced Ireland in the 1973 Five Nations Featured 20 Jun 2006 Print

The Wales team that faced Ireland in the 1973 Five Nations

Rugby Union - 1973 Five Nations Championship - Wales 16 Ireland 12
The Wales team group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park on 10/3/73.
Back (left to right): touch-judge, Glyn Shaw, Phil Llewellyn (debut), Mike Roberts, Mervyn Davies, Delme Thomas, Dai Morris, touch-judge.
Front: JPR Williams, Gerald Davies, Jeff Young, Arthur Lewis (captain), John Taylor, Phil Bennett, Jim Shanklin, Clive Rowlands (coach).
Ground: Roy Bergiers and Gareth Edwards

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High angle view of paddy fields at Longsheng terraced ricefields, Guangxi Zhuang, China Featured 20 Jun 2006 Print

High angle view of paddy fields at Longsheng terraced ricefields, Guangxi Zhuang, China

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Siege of Masada Featured 20 Jun 2006 Print

Siege of Masada

The Siege of Masada, on the shores of the Dead Sea in Judea, circa 73 AD. The Roman army besieged a group of around 1, 000 Jewish rebels who had taken up position atop the plateau during the First Jewish-Roman War. When the Romans finally stormed the encampment, they found that all the defenders had committed suicide rather than be captured. An engraving by Pool. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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