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Images Dated 19th November 2012

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Hot air balloons fly over the Metropolitano park during the International Hot-Air Featured 19 Nov 2012 Image

Hot air balloons fly over the Metropolitano park during the International Hot-Air

Hot air balloons fly over Metropolitano park during the International Hot-Air Balloon Festival in Leon, in the Mexican state of Guanajuato November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Mario Armas (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E96Q181M01 - GM1E8BK0HL601

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USA, California, Owens Valley. Abstract of western blue flag wildflowers. Credit as Featured 19 Nov 2012 Image

USA, California, Owens Valley. Abstract of western blue flag wildflowers. Credit as

USA, California, Owens Valley. Abstract of western blue flag wildflowers. Credit as: Dennis Flaherty / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Dennis Flaherty / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Abstract, California, Colorful, Dennis Flaherty, Field, Flora, Flower, Grass, Iris Missouriensis, Jaynes Gallery, Owens Valley, Plant, Usa, Western Blue Flag, Wildflower

Ostracon: Ramesses II Suckled by a Goddess, c.1279-1213 BC (painted limestone) Featured 19 Nov 2012 Image

Ostracon: Ramesses II Suckled by a Goddess, c.1279-1213 BC (painted limestone)

500072 Ostracon: Ramesses II Suckled by a Goddess, c.1279-1213 BC (painted limestone)
by Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1292-1187 BC); h:31.20 w:18.20 d:3.30 Wt: approx. 5 lbs cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Ostraca (singular, ostracon) are natural limestone flakes, common to the region of Thebes. The ancient Egyptians who lived there, particularly the artisans of the royal tombs, used them extensively as writing or drawing surfaces, both for practice and for instruction. Some are almost finished works of art; others are clearly sketches. Whether passing idle time or practicing their technique, these pieces provide a rare look at an ancient artist at work. This ostracon is decorated with a scene of the king suckled by a goddess. Although his body is that of an adult, the king (identified by the inscriptions as Ramesses II) appears child size. The goddess wears a long garment of vulture's wings--she could be any of a number of protective mother or sky goddesses.
); Given in honor of James N. Sherwin, Trustee 1957-1971; Egyptian, out of copyright

© Given in honor of James N. Sherwin, Trustee 1957-1971 / Bridgeman Images