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Images Dated 18th February 2009

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Men-an-tol standing stones Featured 18 Feb 2009 Image

Men-an-tol standing stones

Men-an-tol standing stones. This formation of standing stones is thought to be the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber, with the circular shaped stone forming the entrance. The stones were later the site of traditional rituals which involved passing children through the hole in the belief that it would cure them of tuberculosis and rickets. Photographed near Madron in Penwith, Cornwall, UK

© DR KEITH WHEELER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Bream (Abramis brama) and European chub (Leuciscus / Squalius cephalus) shoal in Featured 18 Feb 2009 Image

Bream (Abramis brama) and European chub (Leuciscus / Squalius cephalus) shoal in

Bream (Abramis brama) and European chub (Leuciscus / Squalius cephalus) shoal in a calm part of the Rhine, Schaffhausen, Switzerland, February 2009 WWE OUTDOOR EXHIBITION. NOT AVAILABLE FOR GREETING CARDS OR CALENDARS. WWE BOOK

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Abramis Brama, Carps, Chubb, Europe, Fish, Freshwater, Groups, Michel Roggo, Miispecies, Osteichthyes, Outdoor Exhibition, Rivers, Shoal, Squalius, Switzerland, Temperate, Underwater, Vertebrates, Wwe

William I, Prince of Orange, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner Featured 18 Feb 2009 Image

William I, Prince of Orange, (1816).Artist: Charles Turner

William I, Prince of Orange, (1816). Known as William the Silent (1533-1584), he was the leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish that sparked the Eighty Years War and led to the independence of the United Provinces in 1648. In 1580 William was declared an outlaw with a price on his head by Philip II of Spain and was assassinated by Balthasar Gerard, a French Catholic, four years later. A print from Fifteen Splendid Portraits of Royal Personages, engraved in mezzotinto by Richard Earlom, Charles Turner and R Dunkarton, printed by J McCreery, Black Horse Court, Fleet Street, London, 1816

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