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SINFUL FOLK - A Novel of the Middle Ages. A Rich Day For You & Me. The Imperial Court. Take me on a trip a long, long time ago! ORIGINAL CAPTION: ” “Aryan” women who were the mothers of “child-rich” families were given extra food, home help, and holidays. They were even awarded medals. A German mother who has just received the Mother’s Cross pushes a baby carriage, accompanied by two of her older children in their Hitler Youth and League of German Girls uniforms. Berlin, Germany, 1942.” (via USHMM Artifact Gallery: Receipient of the Mother’s Cross) Fairy Tales do come True...just not for you. I am, for all intents and purposes, done posting to this blog. I don’t have the time to truly dedicate myself to finding quality images full time but I will continue to post royalty related images when I run across them on my history blog: . Thank you for all of your support over the past year! I have enjoyed our chats! Indy :0) Prince Harry and Prince William Stepping out in the wide-leg trousers that would become an integral part of his signature tailoring, Prince Charles kept up sharp appearances when attending Trinity College in 1969.

The Duchess of Portsmouth by Sir Peter Lely, circa 1671 Louise Renée de Penancoët de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth (6 September 1649 – 14 November 1734) was a mistress of Charles II of England. Drew Barrymore giving Princess Diana an E.T. Grace Kelly publicity photo for Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief (1955) The Slightly Warped Website. Daily Zen List. GooBing Detroit. A garage in northeast Detroit deteriorates. Lady waving to the street view car in the first image, c. 2009. Nearby the Heidelberg Project, and in the style, though not sure if a Tyree or not. Why Don’t We Own This? Shows the property taxes haven’t been paid in a few years (makes sense…) and $2k+ is owed.

This block is incredible. The New York Times visited this block during the Motor City Mapping survey: "Blight, as Karl Baker, one Detroit resident, has seen, tends to spread. Most of the houses nearby are standing but abandoned, and visitors have clearly passed through — empty liquor bottles lie along debris-covered floors near broken windows and doors, every memory of a metal appliance or gutter seems to be gone from some of the homes, and two old couches that were dumped along a lawn are now blanketed by a thick layer of snow.

The last neighbor left six months ago, he said, and the single streetlight overhead has not worked for months. That’s a lotta washing machines… {[(∞)]} Plastic Flowers by hiorganic 5,514 playsJupiter GrayscaleGallant Gallant // Jupiter Grayscale. Turn of the Century. Notes: 220 / 1 month ago from bookmarklet Notes: 933 / 3 months ago from bookmarklet Antonin Personnaz Woman in a field of flowers, 1906-1928 via hauk sven Notes: 2183 / 3 months ago from bookmarklet Arnold Genthe. Helen MacGowan Cooke picking California golden poppies in a field. 1906. Via autocromie Notes: 192 / 3 months ago from bookmarklet Princesses Helena and Louise, 1856, Roger Fenton © Royal Photographic Societyfrom ‘A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography’ at the Getty Center from February 4–June 8 2014. Notes: 210 / 4 months ago from bookmarklet Notes: 663 / 4 months ago from bookmarklet Notes: 161 / 7 months ago from centuriespast Head of a WomanMax Buri, 1896from Allen Memorial Art Museum & centuriespast Notes: 338 / 8 months ago from bookmarklet Studio portrait of actress Olga Ilić by Milan Jovanović, 1900This picture is considered the first semi-nude photograph in Serbia.

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:) Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. rmanyc: It’s Funny Because It’s True: Exploring the Buddhist Truth of Suffering through Comedy w/ Christopher KellyWednesdays; May 7 - 28 6:00 - 8:00pm Humor helps us to confront the awkward fact that suffering, referred to as “dukkha” by Buddhists, is unavoidable in life. Anonymous asked: I'm currently a high school student and I certainly appreciate this blog. Thank you! School can impart many valuable things, but it can also be very limiting in its structure, so I encourage everyone who finds what they enjoy learning to pursue that. Anonymous asked: This may be random but I want your opinion. Themuseologist: honeyballslecter: asianhistory: Whoops. Gotstared.at. In the Horniman. Superlinguo. CRIMINAL WISDOM. Babylon Chronicle. Statue of a bearded man, probably a priest, made of limestone from Achaemenid Cyprus.

The statue, dating back to 550-500 BCE, depicts a fusion of Greek and Mesopotamian elements reflecting Cyprus’ multicultural history. The island became part of the Assyrian Empire at the end of the 8th century BCE, and later joined the Persian Achaemenid Empire in the 6th century BCE. Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME. Photo by Babylon Chronicle Iraq recovers 15,000 stolen artifacts since 2003 May 21, 2014 The Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on Sunday that Iraq has been able to recover 15,000 stolen artifacts since 2003. Qasim Tahir Al-Sudani, the ministry’s public relations director, indicated in a press release that the ministry has managed to recover different artifacts and coins that were unearthed by random looting of archeological sites since 2003.

Ayn al-Iraq News Agency Detail of a Sasanian silver bowl depicting a hunting scene. The official tumblr blog of WE AND THE COLOR. Designcloud. Spector by Fiana O’Leary As her graduation project from the Royal College of Art, designer Fiona O’Leary invented a device that scans and identifies typeface and colours — beaming the samples directly to a nearby computer or storing the information for later. While currently only a prototype, it’s clear that Spector could become wildly popular with graphic designers and typophiles. Wired referred to it as “Shazam for fonts” but also pointed out that one major obstacle in its development may lie in its ability to aid in design theft. Check out the video of it in action below. (via booooooom) Cooper-Hewitt.

Tumblr 3D. 3D Flintlock Pistol by Yuri Sakaly Nightcrawler by Victor Hugo Queiroz from Brazil Video for 3Ds Max’s users. Watch! Absolutely new plugin! =) (Author speak in russian) 3D model of van from famous TV series Photoreal 3D work “Lizard” by Dimetrio from Russia 3D portrait Afternoon Song by Carlos Ortega Elizalde Lively character! The Tool teaser All work was done by one person. Orange Iguana by Justin Harris Anti-Aircraft Mech by Lee Souder. YOU MIGHT FIND YOURSELF. Time, Patience, & Practice are keys.

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