moon-heartbeat:

☽delirium tremens☾

moon-heartbeat:

☽delirium tremens☾

one of the best movie themes of all time for one of the best westerns of all time

<3 this film, <3 this soundtrack

discardingimages:

PegasusArmenian version of the Alexander Romance, Sulu Manastir 1544.
Manchester, John Rylands University Library, Armenian MS 3, fol. 42v

discardingimages:

Pegasus

Armenian version of the Alexander Romance, Sulu Manastir 1544.

Manchester, John Rylands University Library, Armenian MS 3, fol. 42v

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brooklyntree:

travel-photos-hze:

Snowy Prague gothic Castle with the Charles Bridge, Czech Republic

Jesus Christ

brooklyntree:

travel-photos-hze:

Snowy Prague gothic Castle with the Charles Bridge, Czech Republic

Jesus Christ

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memory-of-the-romanovs:

The Russian Imperial family. Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra Feodorovna and their five children Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei.

Colorized by: National Geographic ChannelApocalypse World War I.

this is amazing

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(Source: Spotify)

fablesandgables:

Embossed ornament in the form of a lion-griffin, from the Oxus treasure
Achaemenid Persian, 5th-4th century BC
From the region of Takht-i Kuwad, Tadjikistan

This embossed ornament is part of the Oxus treasure, the most important collection of silver and gold to have survived from the Achaemenid period. The treasure is from a temple and dates mainly from the fifth and fourth centuries BC.
This piece, in the shape of a winged stag with a horned lion’s head, is decorated with hollows for inlay. There are two long pins at the back for attachment, though it is unclear what the ornament originally decorated.
This composite creature reflects the ‘Animal Style’ of South Russia and demonstrates the close relations between the Persians and the nomadic people of the northern steppe lands. The Persian kings had indirect access to the wealth and artistic traditions of northern Central Asia and Siberia, and some contacts are illustrated by this piece. [x]

fablesandgables:

Embossed ornament in the form of a lion-griffin, from the Oxus treasure

Achaemenid Persian, 5th-4th century BC

From the region of Takht-i Kuwad, Tadjikistan

This embossed ornament is part of the Oxus treasure, the most important collection of silver and gold to have survived from the Achaemenid period. The treasure is from a temple and dates mainly from the fifth and fourth centuries BC.

This piece, in the shape of a winged stag with a horned lion’s head, is decorated with hollows for inlay. There are two long pins at the back for attachment, though it is unclear what the ornament originally decorated.

This composite creature reflects the ‘Animal Style’ of South Russia and demonstrates the close relations between the Persians and the nomadic people of the northern steppe lands. The Persian kings had indirect access to the wealth and artistic traditions of northern Central Asia and Siberia, and some contacts are illustrated by this piece. [x]

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Portrait of a Lady, Unknown Artist, c.1490

Portrait of a Lady, Unknown Artist, c.1490

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I got the coffee shop and the book seller job

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