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Images Dated 29th January 2007

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Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California

Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California
KEL-192 GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS Giant Pacific Octopus - Alaska to California Octopus dofleini Ken Lucas Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Orangutans 4Mp278

Orangutans 4Mp278
TOM-1610 Orangutans Asia Pongo pygmaeus Tom & Pat Leeson Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: REINHOLD GLIERE (1875-1956). Russian composer. Photographed in 1928

REINHOLD GLIERE (1875-1956). Russian composer. Photographed in 1928

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Pileated Woodpecker

Pileated Woodpecker
JZ-2448 Pileated Woodpecker USA Dryocopus pileatus Jim Zipp Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: James III, King of Scotland, (1797). Artist: E Harding

James III, King of Scotland, (1797). Artist: E Harding
James III, King of Scotland, (1797). Portrait of King James III (1452-1488), who ruled Scotland from 1460. His weakness as a ruler saw him confronted with two major rebellions by Scotlands nobility

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: GRANVILLE HICKS (1901-1982). American critic, novelist and teacher

GRANVILLE HICKS (1901-1982). American critic, novelist and teacher

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Reading FC's Double Victory: Lita's Brace Secures FA Cup Triumph over Birmingham City (January 27)

Reading FC's Double Victory: Lita's Brace Secures FA Cup Triumph over Birmingham City (January 27, 2007)
Birmingham City v Reading, FA Cup Fourth Round, 27th January 2007

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Cherry plum blossom (Prunus cerasifera)

Cherry plum blossom (Prunus cerasifera). Photographed in March

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: JEAN HARLOW (1911-1937). American cinemactress

JEAN HARLOW (1911-1937). American cinemactress

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Leroy Lita prepares to shoot under a challenge from Matthew Upson

Leroy Lita prepares to shoot under a challenge from Matthew Upson
Birmingham City v Reading, FA Cup Fourth Round, 27th January 2007

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: View of Molfetta, Bari

View of Molfetta, Bari Molfetta. Date of Photograph:1974

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: View of Polignano a Mare, Bari

View of Polignano a Mare, Bari Polignano a Mare. Date of Photograph:1974

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: View of San Leo, Pesaro

View of San Leo, Pesaro San Leo Fort Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1968. Date of Artwork:1460-1480 ca

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Lecce: Roman amphitheater

Lecce: Roman amphitheater Lecce Arena, Amphitheater Antonine Period, Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1974. Date of Artwork:II sec

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Lecce: the Cathedral Bell tower

Lecce: the Cathedral Bell tower Lecce. Date of Photograph:1974

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Landscape in Pesaro

Landscape in Pesaro Pesaro. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Cagliostro Tower in San Leo, Pesaro

Cagliostro Tower in San Leo, Pesaro San Leo Tower Romanesque, Middle Ages, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1968. Date of Artwork:XII sec

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: View of San Leo with the Cagliostro Tower

View of San Leo with the Cagliostro Tower San Leo Tower Romanesque, Middle Ages, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1968. Date of Artwork:XII sec

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: San Leo, close-up of Montefeltro Fortress

San Leo, close-up of Montefeltro Fortress San Leo Fort Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1968

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Niobe with her youngest daughter, Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Niobe with her youngest daughter, Uffizi Gallery, Florence Florence Uffizi Gallery Statue Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1890 ca.. Date of Artwork:I sec. a.C.- IV sec.d.C

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), perciform fish

Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), perciform fish

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Zander (Sander lucioperca), freshwater fish

Zander (Sander lucioperca), freshwater fish

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Cagliostro Tower in San Leo, Pesaro

Cagliostro Tower in San Leo, Pesaro San Leo Tower Romanesque, Middle Ages, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D.. Date of Photograph:1968. Date of Artwork:XII sec

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: 25 June 1916 - Serbia Day, French World War I poster, 1916. Artist: Charles Fouqueray

25 June 1916 - Serbia Day, French World War I poster, 1916. Artist: Charles Fouqueray
25 June 1916 - Serbia Day, French World War I poster, 1916. Soldiers and civilians carry their possessions across a snow-covered bridge

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides)

Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides)

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Twite foraging on ground, Linaria flavirostris

Twite foraging on ground, Linaria flavirostris

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Gf1Dummjjlaa

Gf1Dummjjlaa
An Iranian man holds two red apples as symbols for the two sons of Imam Hussein as he attends the Shi ite Tasoua religious festival in Tehrans Bazaar January 29, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: The Old Seaport development at Launceston

The Old Seaport development at Launceston

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: A Kingdom, 19th century. Artist: Alfred Crowquill

A Kingdom, 19th century. Artist: Alfred Crowquill
A Kingdom, 19th century. Cartoon depicting the king (either George IV or his successor William IV) chained by his duties and burdened with the political issues of the day

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Charles (1403-1461) ruled France from 1422-1461. His reign saw the recapturing from the English of all of France with the exception of Calais

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis XI, King of France

Louis XI, King of France. Louis (1423-1483) succeeded his father, Charles VII, as king in 1461, continuing Charles work in strengthening France after the Hundred Years War

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Portrait of King Philip VI (1293-1350) who ruled from 1328 until his death. He was the first king of the Valois dynasty

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Philip II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Philip II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Philip II, King of France, (1805). King Philip II Augustus (1165-1223), was King of France from 1180 to 1223. He participated in the Third Crusade

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Comte de Paris, 19th century

Comte de Paris, 19th century. Louis-Philippe Albert of Orleans, Count of Paris (1838-1894) was the grandson of Louis-Philippe I, King of the French

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Francis I, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Francis I, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Francis I, King of France, (1805). Francis (1494-1547) ruled France from 1515. He is regarded as Frances fist Renaissance monarch and his kingdom underwent great cultural advances during his reign

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Louis (1423-1483) succeeded his father, Charles VII, as king in 1461, continuing Charles work in strengthening France after the Hundred Years War

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Prince Louis Napoleon, son of the Emperor Napoleon III of France

Prince Louis Napoleon, son of the Emperor Napoleon III of France. Napoleon Eugene Louis John Joseph (1856-1879), the only son of Napoleon III, served as an officer in the British Army

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Louis XII (1462-1515) became king in 1498. Throughout much of his reign France was embroiled in the Italian Wars, largely without success

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830. Artist: Thomson

Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830. Artist: Thomson
Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830. Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was proclaimed king in 1830 after the overthrow of the repressive regime of Charles X by the July Revolution

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Charles X, King of France, 19th century. Artist: Delpech

Charles X, King of France, 19th century. Artist: Delpech
Charles X, King of France, 19th century. The brother of Louis XVI and Louis XVIII, Charles (1757-1836) came to the throne in succession to the latter in 1824

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Edward, the Black Prince

Edward, the Black Prince. Edward, Prince of Wales and Aquitaine and Duke of Cornwall (1330-1376) was the eldest son of King Edward III of England and the father of King Richard II

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Philippe III, King of France. Artist: Daniel Rebel

Philippe III, King of France. Artist: Daniel Rebel
Philippe III, King of France. Philip III the Bold (1245-1285) reigned from 1270 to 1285

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Henry II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Henry II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Henry II, King of France, (1805). Henry (1519-1559) came to the French throne in 1547. His reign saw extensive suppression of Protestantism in France

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Philip II, Duke of Burgundy. Artist: Clamp

Philip II, Duke of Burgundy. Artist: Clamp
Philip II, Duke of Burgundy. Known as Philip the Bold after he fought alongside his father at the Battle of Poitiers when aged just 14, Philip II (1342-1404) was the fourth son of John II of France

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Charles (1470-1498) became king in 1483. His reign is best remembered for his ultimately unsuccessful attempt to assert his claim to the throne of Naples

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis Philippe I, King of France

Louis Philippe I, King of France, 19th century. Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was proclaimed king in 1830 after the overthrow of the repressive regime of Charles X by the July Revolution

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Louis Philippe I, King of France, 19th century. Artist: W Alais

Louis Philippe I, King of France, 19th century. Artist: W Alais
Louis Philippe I, King of France, 19th century. Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was proclaimed king in 1830 after the overthrow of the repressive regime of Charles X by the July Revolution

Background imageImages Dated 29th January 2007: Prince Coburg, famous German general of the Holy Roman Empire. Artist: J Pass

Prince Coburg, famous German general of the Holy Roman Empire. Artist: J Pass
Prince Coburg, famous German general of the Holy Roman Empire. Prince Josias of Coburg (1737-1815) fought in the Austrian army in the Seven Years War



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