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Images Dated 5th January 2008

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Choose from 174 pictures in our Images Dated 5th January 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


2008 Grand Am Daytona Testing Featured 5 Jan 2008 Print

2008 Grand Am Daytona Testing

4-6 January, 2008, Daytona Beach, Florida USA

No. 11, Pontiac Riley of Ryan Dalziel, Milka Duno, Tomas Enge & Harold Primat


2008, GREG ALECK/LAT, USA

LAT Photographic

The hunting of the wild bull, carved on a tempkle wall at Medinet Habu, Thebes, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood Featured 5 Jan 2008 Print

The hunting of the wild bull, carved on a tempkle wall at Medinet Habu, Thebes, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood

The hunting of the wild bull, carved on a tempkle wall at Medinet Habu, Thebes, Egypt, 1905. This is one of the most spirited scenes that an Egyptian sculptor ever wrought. The king, with reigns slackened and hanging in a distinct curve from his waist, urges on his plumed horses as they dash after the great hull, plunging through the reeds in the vain endeavour to escape to the river. Poising his long lance ready for the fatal thrust, the eager Pharaoh leans far over the front of his chariot; as he strains to reach the fleeing prey, he has placed one foot out upon the chariot-pole. Stereoscopic card. Detail. From a series called Egypt Through the Stereoscope, text by James H Breasted

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Valley of the kings tombs at Thebes, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood Featured 5 Jan 2008 Print

Valley of the kings tombs at Thebes, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Valley of the kings tombs at Thebes, Egypt, 1905. When the kings found that the pyramids no longer sufficed to protect the body of the royal occupant, they began to follow the example of their nobles and hew out tombs in the rock of the cliffs. The place they chose was this valley, and you can see the doors that form the entrances to their tombs. The custom began when the kings of the Empire took up their residence at Thebes. Stereoscopic card. Detail. From a series called Egypt Through the Stereoscope, text by James H Breasted

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