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Images Dated 24th May 2010

Choose from 37 pictures in our Images Dated 24th May 2010 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


En Passant, Galant scene from the Baroque-period, lithograph, published 1872 Featured 24 May 2010 Image

En Passant, Galant scene from the Baroque-period, lithograph, published 1872

En Passant - by Ferdinand Barth (German painter, 1842-1892). Gallant scene in a park from the Baroque period. Original lithograph from my archive, published in 1872

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104737128, Couple, Mid Adult, Mid Adult Couple, Women, Young Couple, Young Women

Illustration of an Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) about to crack open an ostrich egg with a stone, side view Featured 24 May 2010 Image

Illustration of an Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) about to crack open an ostrich egg with a stone, side view

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103763865, Animal Behavior, Animal Behaviour, Animal Egg, Animal Wildlife, Animals Hunting, Bird, Bird Of Prey, Carrying In Mouth, Color Image, Egg, Egyptian Vulture, Full Length, Horizontal, Hungry, Illustration, Neophron Percnopterus, No People, One Animal, Open, Opening, Ostrich Egg, Prey, Side View, Stone, Stone Object, Studio Shot, Survival, Vulture, Watercolor Painting, Watercolour Painting, White Background, Wildlife

Temple of Apollo 2 Featured 24 May 2010 Image

Temple of Apollo 2

This is the most important monument surviving from the sanctuary of Apollo is at Delphi. According to legend it was built in the same place it was in the past the mythical temples of Apollo, depending on the period was made of laurel branches, bees wax and copper.'nBuilt in 510p.Ch. with the sponsorship of many Greek and foreign rulers, but also the catalytic contribution of Athenian family Alkmaionidon. From an architectural point of view it was with 6 Doric columns on the front and 15 on the sides. Hosted excellent sculptures ascribed to Antinagora and pediments were scenes depicting the god Apollo and the same giants.'n'nIn 373 BC the Sanctuary resorted to a fundraiser to collect money for the rebuilding of the temple as a major earthquake destroyed him almost completely. Architects of the new building was also Doric and we admire today were Spinthagoras of Corinth the Xenodoros and Agathon. Similar to the previous one and this temple had six columns on the front and 15 on the sides and gables, who painted the acts and Androsthenes hosted scenes depicting Apollo, the Muses and Dionysus

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