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SUMMER-SOLSTICE/GREECE-ANCIENTMUSIC
RTX6AD97
June 21, 2018
A musician tunes her lyre before a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
Athens, Greece
A musician tunes her lyre before a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
A musician tunes her lyre before a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece, June 21, 2018.REUTERS/Costas Baltas
SUMMER-SOLSTICE/GREECE-ANCIENTMUSIC
RTX6AD92
June 21, 2018
A musician plays a lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
Athens, Greece
A musician plays a lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
A musician plays a lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece, June 21, 2018.REUTERS/Costas Baltas
SUMMER-SOLSTICE/GREECE-ANCIENTMUSIC
RTX6AD8U
June 21, 2018
Musicians play lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
Athens, Greece
Musicians play lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological...
Musicians play lyre during a concert with reconstructed ancient instruments at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece, June 21, 2018.REUTERS/Costas Baltas
RELIGION-JUDAISM/TEMPLEMUSIC
RTS8RU6
March 01, 2016
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments...
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem January 25, 2016. Louis is among experts trying to reconstruct the notes to which prayers were chanted at the ancient Jewish temples in the holy city, a liturgical art that skeptics believe is irretrievably lost. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RELIGION-JUDAISM/TEMPLEMUSIC
RTS8RU3
March 01, 2016
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments...
Jerusalem, Israel
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments...
U.S.-Israeli musicologist David Louis plays a lyre as part of a demonstration of biblical instruments at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem January 25, 2016. Louis is among experts trying to reconstruct the notes to which prayers were chanted at the ancient Jewish temples in the holy city, a liturgical art that skeptics believe is irretrievably lost. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
USA/
RTX166MX
December 06, 2013
A lyre decorates a high-backed stone bench at the grave of U.S. Marine Band director John Philip Sousa,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A lyre decorates a high-backed stone bench at the grave of U.S. Marine Band director John Philip Sousa,...
A lyre decorates a high-backed stone bench at the grave of U.S. Marine Band director John Philip Sousa, at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington November 6, 2013. Sousa led the United States Marine Band, known as "The President's Own", from 1880 to 1892 and is credited with having transformed it into an internationally famous institution. During his time as director, the band went on its first national tour and made its first recordings. Each November 6th, the Marine Band, made world famous under Sousa's direction, marks Sousa's birthday by making the 1-mile (1.6 km) trip across Capitol Hill from their barracks to play at his grave site. Picture taken November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)

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AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYEB
March 19, 2009
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
Melbourne, Australia
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009.More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYEA
March 19, 2009
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is weighed at...
Melbourne, Australia
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is weighed at...
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is weighed at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYE6
March 19, 2009
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is...
Melbourne, Australia
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is...
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, is treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYE4
March 19, 2009
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
Melbourne, Australia
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured by the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Animal Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYE3
March 19, 2009
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
Melbourne, Australia
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYDU
March 19, 2009
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires,...
Melbourne, Australia
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly" is treated at Healesville Sanctuary in...
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, is treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYDS
March 19, 2009
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds...
Melbourne, Australia
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly" has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary...
An anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, has her wounds treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
AUSTRALIA-FIRES/ANIMALS
RTXCYDR
March 19, 2009
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires,...
Melbourne, Australia
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires,...
The paw of an anaesthetised eastern grey kangaroo named "Jilly", injured during the recent bushfires, is treated at Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne March 19, 2009. More than 200 people died, and thousands were left homeless after last month's fires, Australia's worst natural disaster, ravaged an large swathe of Victoria state. Millions of wildlife, including kangaroos, lyre birds, echidnas and koalas, also perished and thousands injured, and the Healesville Sanctuary, one of the biggest and closest to the affected area, is helping heal the wounds of those survivors. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CHILE/FESTIVAL
RTXC7OW
March 01, 2009
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with...
Vina Del Mar, Chile
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with...
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with his song "Ayer te vi", in Vina Del Mar city, about 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Santiago, March 1, 2009. The winner was awarded with the gold lyre trophy and $30,000. REUTERS/Eliseo FernandezREUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE)
CHILE/FESTIVAL
RTXC7OO
March 01, 2009
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with...
Vina Del Mar, Chile
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with...
Argentine singer Emiliano Rios shows his trophy after winning the 50th International Song Festival with his song "Ayer te vi", in Vina Del Mar city, about 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Santiago, March 1, 2009. The winner was awarded with the gold lyre trophy and $30,000. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE)
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