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Images Dated 2nd February 2007

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The goddess Isis from the inside of one of the double doors of the third gilded shrine Featured 2 Feb 2007 Image

The goddess Isis from the inside of one of the double doors of the third gilded shrine

XZL149401 The goddess Isis from the inside of one of the double doors of the third gilded shrine, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (c.1370-52 BC) New Kingdom (gilded wood) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt; (add.info.: winged arms to reanimate the dead; found in Valley of the Kings;); Egyptian, out of copyright

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Golden Poison Arrow / Dart Frog (Phyllobates terribilis) Featured 2 Feb 2007 Image

Golden Poison Arrow / Dart Frog (Phyllobates terribilis)

MAR-547
Golden Poison Arrow / Dart Frog
Cauca, Colombia
Phyllobates terribilis
Thomas Marent
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MAB-496 Featured 2 Feb 2007 Image

MAB-496

MAB-496
Tiritiri lighthouse - built in 1864 is one of a few surviving lighthouse settlements in New Zealand
it is also one of the oldest. The cast iron used to build it was made in Britain brought out by ship and bolted together on site. It was fitted with the best lighting technology if its time and has been continually updated. It was solar powered in 1990 and fitted with a quartz iodine lamp - replacing the Xenon lamp of 11 million candlepower fitted in 1956. The adjacent cottages were formely for lighthouse keepers but are now used by conservation staff. The island is now an important bird sancturay.
Mark Boulton

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