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Images Dated 13th June 2012

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Thyroid anatomy, artwork C013/4675 Featured 13 Jun 2012 Image

Thyroid anatomy, artwork C013/4675

Thyroid anatomy. Computer artwork of the thyroid glands (pink) of the neck, shown in relation to the body's bones and throat structures (white). The head is at top, with the clavicles and upper ribs across bottom. These joined paired glands are found in the neck, enclosing the trachea below the larynx. They are part of the endocrine system, releasing thyroid hormones into the bloodstream to regulate the rate of the body's metabolism and growth

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Head of a Woman with a Fringe; Tete de Femme a la Frange, 1912 (bronze with black patina) Featured 13 Jun 2012 Image

Head of a Woman with a Fringe; Tete de Femme a la Frange, 1912 (bronze with black patina)

826492 Head of a Woman with a Fringe; Tete de Femme a la Frange, 1912 (bronze with black patina) by Modigliani, Amedeo (1884-1920); 50.2 high cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Head of a Woman with a Fringe; Tete de Femme a la Frange. Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920). Bronze with black Patina. Conceived in 1912 and cast at a later date by the artist's estate. 4 in an edition of 5. 50.2cm high.); Photo A© Christie's Images; Italian, out of copyright

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Landscape with Pont du Gard, Provence, France Featured 13 Jun 2012 Image

Landscape with Pont du Gard, Provence, France

The Pont du Gard is an ancient Roman aqueduct that crosses the Gardon River near the town of Vers-Pont-du-Gardin southern France. The Pont du Gard is the highest of all elevated Roman aqueducts, and, along with the Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the best preserved. It was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1985 because of its historical importance. The aqueduct bridge is part of the Nimes aqueduct, a 50-kilometre (31 mi) system built in the first century AD to carry water from a spring at Use's to the Roman colony of Nemausus (Nimes). Because of the uneven terrain between the two points, the mostly underground aqueduct followed a long, winding route that called for a bridge across the gorge of the Gardon River

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