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Images Dated 10th March 2009

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Timon Of Athens Featured 10 Mar 2009 Print

Timon Of Athens

Greek misanthrope Timon (431 BC i?oe 404 BC) converses with another man, circa 405 BC. It was said that he spent all his money on his friends, who then abandoned him in his poverty, resulting in his conversion to bitterness and cynicism. He was the inspiration for Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens'. From a drawing by Pinelli. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Hadrians Villa. 2nd century. Italy Featured 10 Mar 2009 Print

Hadrians Villa. 2nd century. Italy

Italy. Hadrian's Villa. Imperial Villa built by Emperor Hadrian (76-138). 2nd century. Stadium, the Philosophers Chamber and the Pecile. Tivoli

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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To match feature WATER/ Featured 10 Mar 2009 Print

To match feature WATER/

Snow falls near Phillips, California in this March 2, 2009 file photo. Water raised leafy green Los Angeles from the desert and filled arid valleys with the nation's largest fruit and vegetable crop. Each time more water was needed, another megaproject was built, from dams of the major rivers to a canal stretching much of the length of the state. But those methods are near their end. There is very little water left untapped and global warming, the gradual increase of temperature as carbon dioxide and other gases retain more of the sun's heat, has created new uncertainties.