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Images Dated 1st March 2008

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White peacock butterfly, Anartia jatrophae, feeding on Spanish needles, Bidens alba. Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. UNESCO World Heritage Site (Biosphere Reserve) Featured 1 Mar 2008 Print

White peacock butterfly, Anartia jatrophae, feeding on Spanish needles, Bidens alba. Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. UNESCO World Heritage Site (Biosphere Reserve)

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Part of the Corbridge Hoard N081017 Featured 1 Mar 2008 Print

Part of the Corbridge Hoard N081017

CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland.
Part of the Corbridge Hoard found in 1964, including rare fragments of lorica segmentata - roman soldiers armour

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Artefact, Roman

Replica of the Corbridge Lanx N081012 Featured 1 Mar 2008 Print

Replica of the Corbridge Lanx N081012

CORBRIDGE Roman Town Museum, Northumberland. Replica of the Corbridge Lanx. Rectangular Roman silver platter depicting Apollo, Artemis and Athena. The original was discovered in 1735 and is owned by the British Museum.
The raised rim is decorated with a running vine-scroll in relief, and forms a frame to the picture which depicts Apollo at the entrance to a shrine; his sister Artemis enters on the left, and Athena is also present

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