Roof tile in the shape of a human face, AD 55-65 (ceramic)
469327 Roof tile in the shape of a human face, AD 55-65 (ceramic) by Roman, (1st century AD); Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, Devon, UK; (add.info.: Decorative tiles called ‘antefixes' were used on the roof of the Roman legionary bath-house in Exeter. Some, like this one, showed images of human faces. Others were decorated with dolphins.); out of copyright.
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Xray Of Hip Femur Joint Pelvis Leg Abdomen Colored
Radiographs are able to reveal the interior of the human body by sending rays that can pass through matter toward a photographic plate with a subject in between. Bones absorb the passage of these rays much more effectively than skin muscle and tissue. Therefore only certain rays reach the plate and a kind of negative image is produced when the film is developed. xray of hip femur joint pelvis leg abdomen colored
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Snowdon Stilt Walk
Emma Disley, 12, makes her way up rocky Snowdon on stilts to raise money for the International Welfare Fund for Animals campaign to stop the killing of baby seals off the Canadian coast. With her is her mother Sylvia, an Olympic bronze medal athlete in the 1950s, her father John Disley, world steeplechase record-holder in the 1950s, and her sister Kate, 9, who has a collecting box on a neck cord.
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