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BRITAIN-MUSEUM/FREEMASONRY
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September 18, 2018
Curator Mark Dennis views the Authors' Lodge jewel, worn by members including Rudyard Kipling and Sir...
London, United Kingdom
Over one hundred and fifty Masonic jewels go on display for the exhibition 'Bejewelled' at the Museum...
Curator Mark Dennis views the Authors' Lodge jewel, worn by members including Rudyard Kipling and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, through a magnifying glass, which forms one of over one hundred and fifty Masonic jewels on display for the exhibition 'Bejewelled' at the Museum of Freemasonry in London, Britain, September 18, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-MUSEUM/FREEMASONRY
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September 18, 2018
Curator Mark Dennis views the Authors' Lodge jewel, worn by members including Rudyard Kipling and Sir...
London, United Kingdom
Over one hundred and fifty Masonic jewels go on display for the exhibition 'Bejewelled' at the Museum...
Curator Mark Dennis views the Authors' Lodge jewel, worn by members including Rudyard Kipling and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, through a magnifying glass, which forms one of over one hundred and fifty Masonic jewels on display for the exhibition 'Bejewelled' at the Museum of Freemasonry in London, Britain, September 18, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
RUSSIA-BRITAIN/MCKELLEN
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June 22, 2016
British actor Sir Ian McKellen poses for a picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters...
Moscow, Russia
British actor McKellen poses for picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters Holmes...
British actor Sir Ian McKellen poses for a picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in front of the British Embassy in Moscow, Russia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
RUSSIA-BRITAIN/MCKELLEN
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June 22, 2016
British actor Sir Ian McKellen poses for a picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters...
Moscow, Russia
British actor McKellen poses for picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters Holmes...
British actor Sir Ian McKellen poses for a picture near a statue of writer Arthur Conan Doyle's characters Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in front of the British Embassy in Moscow, Russia, June 22, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
KASHMIR/
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February 15, 2007
A Kashmiri man holds a second-hand book at a vendor's stall in Srinagar February 15, 2007. The second-hand...
Srinagar, India
A Kashmiri man holds a second-hand book at a vendor's stall in Srinagar
A Kashmiri man holds a second-hand book at a vendor's stall in Srinagar February 15, 2007. The second-hand books are sold at a cost of Rupees 50 ($1) each and the vendor sells nearly 40 books a day. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
SHERLOCK HOLMES
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June 22, 2005
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor...
Meiringen, Switzerland
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and ...
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen. Closely watched by the media, members of the London based Sherlock Holmes Society Philip Porter (L) and Peter Horrocks (R) re-enact the death-struggle between detective Sherlock Holmes and his archenemy Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, June 22, 2005. In this scene of "The Adventure of the Final Problem" by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Moriarty was killed and Holmes was erroneously believed to have died. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SHERLOCK HOLMES
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June 22, 2005
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor...
Meiringen, Switzerland
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and ...
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen. Members of the London based Sherlock Holmes Society, Philip Porter (R) and Peter Horrocks (L) re-enact the death-struggle between detective Sherlock Holmes and his archenemy Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, June 22, 2005. In this scene from "The Adventure of the Final Problem" by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Moriarty was killed and Holmes was erroneously believed to have died. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SHERLOCK HOLMES
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June 22, 2005
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor...
Meiringen, Switzerland
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and ...
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen. Members of the London based Sherlock Holmes Society, Philip Porter (R) and Peter Horrocks (L) re-enact the death-struggle between detective Sherlock Holmes and his archenemy Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, June 22, 2005. In this scene from "The Adventure of the Final Problem" by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Moriarty was killed and Holmes was erroneously believed to have died. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SHERLOCK HOLMES
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June 22, 2005
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor...
Meiringen, Switzerland
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and ...
Members of the Sherlock Holmes Society re-enact the death-struggle between Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen. Members of the London based Sherlock Holmes Society, Philip Porter (R) and Peter Horrocks (L) re-enact the death-struggle between detective Sherlock Holmes and his archenemy Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls near Meiringen in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, June 22, 2005. In this scene from "The Adventure of the Final Problem" by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Moriarty was killed and Holmes was erroneously believed to have died. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
CANAIMA NATIONAL PARK
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January 13, 2005
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in the background on the Gran Sabana in Canaima...
Canaima National Park, Venezuela
Roraima Tepuy seen at sunset at Canaima National Park.
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in the background on the Gran Sabana in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of Venezuela in Bolivar State close to the borders with Brazil and Guyana, January 13, 2005. In recognition of its extraordinary scenery and geological and biological values, the park was conceded World Heritage Status in 1994. The name of the park, which derives from the novel "Canaima" by Venezuelan author Romulo Gallegos, means "spirit of evil" in the language of the Pemon, local inhabitants of the park. The best-known feature of Canaima National Park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as tepuis from the local indigenous name. These mountains were popularised in the early part of this century in the novel 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS/AS
CANAIMA NATIONAL PARK
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January 13, 2005
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east...
Canaima National Park
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy at Canaima National Park.
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of Venezuela in Bolivar State close to the borders with Brazil and Guyana, January 13, 2005. In recognition of its extraordinary scenery and geological and biological values, the park was conceded World Heritage Status in 1994. The name of the park, which derives from the novel "Canaima" by Venezuelan author Romulo Gallegos, means "spirit of evil" in the language of the Pemon, local inhabitants of the park. The best-known feature of Canaima National Park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as tepuis from the local indigenous name. These mountains were popularised in the early part of this century in the novel 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS/AS
CANAIMA NATIONAL PARK
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January 13, 2005
An aerial view of the Gran Sabana, the high plain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east...
Canaima National Park, Venezuela
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy at Canaima National Park Canaima National Park.
An aerial view of the Gran Sabana, the high plain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of Venezuela in Bolivar State close to the borders with Brazil and Guyana, January 13, 2005. In recognition of its extraordinary scenery and geological and biological values, the park was conceded World Heritage Status in 1994. The name of the park, which derives from the novel "Canaima" by Venezuelan author Romulo Gallegos, means "spirit of evil" in the language of the Pemon, local inhabitants of the park. The best-known feature of Canaima National Park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as tepuis from the local indigenous name. These mountains were popularised in the early part of this century in the novel 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS/AS
CANAIMA NATIONAL PARK
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January 13, 2005
A view of Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of...
Canaima National Park
Roraima Tepuy seen in the distance at Canaima National Park.
A view of Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of Venezuela in Bolivar State close to the borders with Brazil and Guyana, January 13, 2005. In recognition of its extraordinary scenery and geological and biological values, the park was conceded World Heritage Status in 1994. The name of the park, which derives from the novel "Canaima" by Venezuelan author Romulo Gallegos, means "spirit of evil" in the language of the Pemon, local inhabitants of the park. The best-known feature of Canaima National Park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as tepuis from the local indigenous name. These mountains were popularised in the early part of this century in the novel 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS/AS
CANAIMA NATIONAL PARK
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January 13, 2005
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east...
Canaima National Park, Venezuela
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy at Canaima National Park.
An aerial view shows Roraima Tepuy, a flat-topped mountain, in Canaima National Park located in the south-east of Venezuela in Bolivar State close to the borders with Brazil and Guyana, January 13, 2005. In recognition of its extraordinary scenery and geological and biological values, the park was conceded World Heritage Status in 1994. The name of the park, which derives from the novel "Canaima" by Venezuelan author Romulo Gallegos, means "spirit of evil" in the language of the Pemon, local inhabitants of the park. The best-known feature of Canaima National Park are its characteristic flat-topped mountain formations known as tepuis from the local indigenous name. These mountains were popularised in the early part of this century in the novel 'The Lost World' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS/AS
BRITAIN
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October 16, 2003
Christie's auctioneers manuscript specialist Thomas Venning looks at
manuscripts by the late Sir Arthur...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
CHRISTIE'S SPECIALIST LOOKS AT MANUSCRIPTS BY THE LATE SIR ARTHUR CONAN
DOYLE IN LONDON.
Christie's auctioneers manuscript specialist Thomas Venning looks at
manuscripts by the late Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which are due to be
auctioned to benefit British charities, in London, October 16, 2003.
The six unique manuscripts, by the creator of Sherlock Holmes, are the
largest collection to appear on the market for several decades.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/ASA
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August 07, 1998
Carina indian leader Hilda Sansong talks with reporters in Caracas August 7. Sansong is protesting against...
Venezuela
VENEZUELAN PEMON INDIANS PROTEST HIGH VOLTAGE POWER LINES.
Carina indian leader Hilda Sansong talks with reporters in Caracas August 7. Sansong is protesting against a high voltage power line being built through their Amazon homeland in southeastern Venezuela. Indian leaders say the 430 mile (690 km) power link to Brazil will destroy their livelihood and ravage the delicate tropical savannah that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's adventure classic "The Lost World". In protest, they have blocked the only road from Venezuela to Brazil with log balustrades.

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August 07, 1998
Pemon Indian leader Carmelo Godoy protests in Caracas August 7 against a high voltage power line being...
Venezuela
VENEZUELAN PEMON INDIANS PROTEST HIGH VOLTAGE POWER LINES.
Pemon Indian leader Carmelo Godoy protests in Caracas August 7 against a high voltage power line being built through their Amazon homeland in southeastern Venezuela. Indian leaders say the 430 mile (690 km) power link to Brazil will destroy their livelihood and ravage the delicate tropical savannah that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's adventure classic "The Lost World". In protest, they have blocked the only road from Venezuela to Brazil with log balustrades.

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