haru-mejiro:

Phrygian or Thracian helmet, the mid 4th century BCE

haru-mejiro:

Phrygian or Thracian helmet, the mid 4th century BCE

(Source: Wikipedia, via the-history-of-fighting)

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Alfred Maudslay (British, 1850-1931)

Photographs of Mayan Ruins before excavation, circa 1890

  • - Chichen Itza, Casa De Monjas (East and West)
  • - Copan
  • - Palenque

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/archives/image/4036/image

shyshounen:

"The tattoos that he wore, according to the New York Daily News, were so realistic that diners in a Russian restaurant in London fell silent out of fear, until Mortensen revealed his identity and admitted the tattoos were for a film.”

shyshounen:

"The tattoos that he wore, according to the New York Daily News, were so realistic that diners in a Russian restaurant in London fell silent out of fear, until Mortensen revealed his identity and admitted the tattoos were for a film.”


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