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bhollen8:

Ara Pacis, Rome

bhollen8:

Ara Pacis, Rome

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arquerio:

untitled by alexbowler on Flickr.
femalenudityinwesternpainting:

“The Dance Of Bacchante” (Mural from a tomb in Villa Pamphili of Rome, Italy, now in the British Museum) by
Anonymus (1st century), Roman Empire

femalenudityinwesternpainting:

“The Dance Of Bacchante” (Mural from a tomb in Villa Pamphili of Rome, Italy, now in the British Museum) by

Anonymus (1st century), Roman Empire

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4nimalparty:

Sunrise (by defoty)

4nimalparty:

Sunrise (by defoty)

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plantbaby420:

elliejune:

Bending voids   to find a latch.


~

plantbaby420:

elliejune:

Bending voids
  to find a latch.

~

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artofthedarkages:

“The Capture of Dolon in the Ambrosian Iliad”
A leaf from a Greek manuscript containing the Iliad with the Trojan spy Dolon disguised as a wolf being captured by Odysseus and Diomedes while Athena watches from overhead, and subsequently as Dolon begs for his life.
Ink and pigment on vellum.
Made in the 5th century at Constantinople. Currently held at the Ambrosian Library in Milan.

artofthedarkages:

The Capture of Dolon in the Ambrosian Iliad

A leaf from a Greek manuscript containing the Iliad with the Trojan spy Dolon disguised as a wolf being captured by Odysseus and Diomedes while Athena watches from overhead, and subsequently as Dolon begs for his life.

Ink and pigment on vellum.

Made in the 5th century at Constantinople. Currently held at the Ambrosian Library in Milan.

(via mythologer)

englishsnow:

 devildoe

Jessica Auer - Meadow (2010-12)

After learning that my name roughly translates as ‘from the meadow’, I embarked on a European journey to investigate the landscape that my name is derived from. ”

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You can’t say “I don’t do politics”, because silence is a political statement.
— Tariq Ramadan (via uniteforpalestine)

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burberrykiss:

Rome

art-of-christianity:

Sainte-Chapelle [x]

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earthandanimals:

One Flew Over the Lofoten Islands by A.

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jeannepompadour:

Ancient Roman reliefs of dancing maenads, copy after a Greek relief sculpted in Athens at the end of the 5th century BC, 120-40 A.C.

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(by Lindsay Thomson)

The Winged Victory of Samothrace

also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a 2nd century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Since 1884, it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre and is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world. H.W. Janson described it as “the greatest masterpiece of Hellenistic sculpture.”

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