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Geraint and colleagues recreated the event on Saturday to mark the historic event's 600th anniversary.
Karen Fleming with a female druid from the Iron Age in a 3D wax reconstruction she recreated
Karen Fleming with a female Druid from the Iron Age in a 3D wax reconstruction she recreated Picture: GRANT HILL/ UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE
We will never be able to recreate all of the nature in this world that has been wiped out with the help of the human population, not like a building can be recreated and rebuilt.
The song has been recreated by singers Jyotica Tangri, Shaan and Subhro Ganguly and music director duo Gourov-Roshin.
1 / 5 The brothers recreated a portrayal of life in the 1970s.
One such instance is of Beyonce, who recreated Bollywood's reigning queen Deepika Padukone's look from the Cannes, and we can't decide which of the two divas wore it better!
Alicia recreated her 1995 Clueless character for TV show Lip Sync Battle last week and barely looked a day older.
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A LOST portrait of Sir Winston Churchill has been recreated for a new television series.
The DNA of a man who died nearly 200 years ago has been recreated from his living descendants rather than his physical remains - something that has never been done before.
"Recreating the works of the Fine Artist Hamdi Abullah" exhibition - fragment from promotional material from event's official Facebook page CAIRO -- 23 December 2017: Fine art exhibition "Recreating the works of the Fine Artist Hamdi Abullah" will be running from December 20 to January 4 at El Gezira center, displaying some of the unique artworks of Abullah that is recreated into new versions.