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Images Dated 4th April 2008

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Choose from 208 pictures in our Images Dated 4th April 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Irish League XI - 1914 Featured 4 Apr 2008 Print

Irish League XI - 1914

Football - 1914 / 1915 season - Football League 2 Irish League 1
The Irish League team group before the game at The Hawthorns on 7/10/14.
Back (left to right): A. A. Jackson (referee), Thomas Chambers, R. Nixon (Linfield), J. H. Adams (President), Sammy Burmison (Distillery and Bradford Park Avenue), J. Grant Esq, Walter Scott (Shelbourne), Paddy McCann (Belfast Celtic and Glentoran), Doctor Gray, J. Ferguson (IFA Secretary), A. Totton, Mr Mchaffey.
Sitting: Torrans (trainer), Johnny McDonnell (Bohemians), Robert McCracken (Belfast Distillery, Crystal Palace and Portadown), George Kay (Captain) Distillery, Billy Emerson (Glentoran, Burnley and Linfield), D. McNeill (Linfield and Distillery).
Ground: David Davy Lyner (Glentoran, Manchester United, Kilmarnock and New Brighton), McEwan (Linfield), Ferrett (Glentoran)

© Colorsport

Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudu Featured 4 Apr 2008 Print

Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudu

Mesopotamian Art. Middle Babylonian. 954 B.C. Limestone boundary-stone or kudurru, inscribed in cuneiform script that describes the fight between two families for the grant of land from one state to another by marriage. At the top is depicted in relief the king of Babylon Nabu-mukin-appli (978-943 B.C.). Front. It comes from Sippar. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Stone Head. Represent a god, goddess or a worshipper. Late U Featured 4 Apr 2008 Print

Stone Head. Represent a god, goddess or a worshipper. Late U

Stone Head. Represent a god, goddess or a worshipper. A vertical groove at the back of the head, with nail holes on the sides, suggests that it may have originally been fixed to a pole. Late Uruk Period. 3300-3000 BC. From the Eye Temple. Tell Brak, Syria. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans