thecandidcrow:

Faithful Unto Death, Sir Edward John Poynter
The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England, has a painting of a Roman soldier faithfully standing guard in ancient Pompeii. The painting was inspired by an archaeological discovery in Pompeii of an ashen-encased Roman soldier in full military gear. The volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD covered the city in lava, capturing the people and their culture in a moment of time. The painting Faithful Unto Death is a testimony to the sentinel’s continuing vigil even as his world was being engulfed in fiery death. [x]

thecandidcrow:

Faithful Unto Death, Sir Edward John Poynter

The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England, has a painting of a Roman soldier faithfully standing guard in ancient Pompeii. The painting was inspired by an archaeological discovery in Pompeii of an ashen-encased Roman soldier in full military gear. The volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD covered the city in lava, capturing the people and their culture in a moment of time. The painting Faithful Unto Death is a testimony to the sentinel’s continuing vigil even as his world was being engulfed in fiery death. [x]

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catafalques:

Child’s rocking cradle, Europe, 1500-1650: Richly illustrated biblical scenes adorn this rocking cradle. It was almost certainly created for a wealthy or important infant. The initials H. D. are presumably the child’s. They are carved out of the base and also painted into a shield at the head end of the crib. The cradle is made of wood and is ornately carved with foliage and birds. It also features angels on the foot end overlooking the child. A biblical scene is painted on each of the four faces. One shows Saul expelling David. The others are possibly scenes from King David’s reign. At best, most infants had simple wooden cribs. This child was lucky enough or wealthy enough to have a custom-carved deluxe model.

catafalques:

Child’s rocking cradle, Europe, 1500-1650Richly illustrated biblical scenes adorn this rocking cradle. It was almost certainly created for a wealthy or important infant. The initials H. D. are presumably the child’s. They are carved out of the base and also painted into a shield at the head end of the crib. The cradle is made of wood and is ornately carved with foliage and birds. It also features angels on the foot end overlooking the child. A biblical scene is painted on each of the four faces. One shows Saul expelling David. The others are possibly scenes from King David’s reign. At best, most infants had simple wooden cribs. This child was lucky enough or wealthy enough to have a custom-carved deluxe model.

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I would rather be what God chose to make me than the most glorious creature that I could think of; for to have been thought about, born in God’s thought, and then made by God, is the dearest, grandest, and most precious thing in all thinking.
I love this adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. Such good acting and they’re pretty close to the original stories.
I also like old tv shows like this because they don’t overdo it with the music. In some tv shows, the director puts score music in every scene to heighten the tension. That’s like over-spicing the meat, instead of letting people taste it for itself.

I love this adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. Such good acting and they’re pretty close to the original stories.

I also like old tv shows like this because they don’t overdo it with the music. In some tv shows, the director puts score music in every scene to heighten the tension. That’s like over-spicing the meat, instead of letting people taste it for itself.

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I consider Hitler less a model to be followed than an avalanche of propaganda we must dig ourselves out from under. Never in human history has a single man received such sustained vilification, the basic effect and purpose of which has been to inhibit Whites from thinking racially and from acting in their own racial self-interest, as all other racial/ethnic groups do. Learning the truth about Hitler is a liberating experience. By the truth I mean not an idealized counter-myth to the pervasive myth of Hitler as evil incarnate, but the man himself, faults and virtues, strengths and weaknesses.
tagaoth:

Death from the Visconti | Sforza tarot cards

tagaoth:

Death from the Visconti | Sforza tarot cards

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GPOY

GPOY

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allaboutmary:

Maria HeimsuchungA 15th century painting of Mary visiting her cousin Elisabeth. It was painted for the parish church of Kremsmünster in Upper Austria.

allaboutmary:

Maria Heimsuchung

A 15th century painting of Mary visiting her cousin Elisabeth. It was painted for the parish church of Kremsmünster in Upper Austria.

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oldschooliscool:

1931 Ruxton Sedan with the original paint scheme.  

oldschooliscool:

1931 Ruxton Sedan with the original paint scheme.  

spiddermun:

Tom Waits.

spiddermun:

Tom Waits.

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