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Images Dated 30th September 2005

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Xray Of Hip Femur Joint Pelvis Leg Abdomen Colored Featured 30 Sep 2005 Print

Xray Of Hip Femur Joint Pelvis Leg Abdomen Colored

Radiographs are able to reveal the interior of the human body by sending rays that can pass through matter toward a photographic plate with a subject in between. Bones absorb the passage of these rays much more effectively than skin muscle and tissue. Therefore only certain rays reach the plate and a kind of negative image is produced when the film is developed. xray of hip femur joint pelvis leg abdomen colored

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Traditional Turkish coffee is served at a coffee house in Istanbul Featured 30 Sep 2005 Print

Traditional Turkish coffee is served at a coffee house in Istanbul

Traditional Turkish coffee is served at a coffee house in Istanbul September 30, 2005. Turkey is set to begin accession talks with the European Union on Monday, though the negotiations are expected to last many years. Picture taken September 30, 2005. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas - RP2DSFHIJBAA

The Triumph of Bacchus or The Drunkards, 17th Century. Artist: Diego Velazquez Featured 30 Sep 2005 Print

The Triumph of Bacchus or The Drunkards, 17th Century. Artist: Diego Velazquez

The Triumph of Bacchus or The Drunkards, 17th Century. Velazquez, one of the few Spanish painters to depict mythological scenes, was often accused of treating the feats and tales of the classical gods with little respect, and even mockery. Actually, however, guided by his magnificent realism he simply brought the gods down to the mortal world. The best and most realistic way to present the triumph of the god of wine- Bacchus for the Romans and Dionysius for the Greeks- was to show him among a group of everyday drunkards. From the collection of the Prado Museum, Madrid, Spain

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