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illustratus · a day ago
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Trantorian Dream by Michael Whelan
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ancientorigins · 23 hours ago
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A Turkish professor has announced that he has identified silphion, an ancient aphrodisiac and ‘cure-all’ plant thought to have gone extinct almost 2000 years ago.
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thegoodmorningman · 10 hours ago
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Let all bad vibes go extinct
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detailedart · 3 months ago
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Moon over the Parthenon temple on the Acropolis of Athens, Greece.
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babyfoxcollectionthings · a year ago
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theancientworld · 8 months ago
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Bronze newborn puppy
332-30 BC
Of Greek or Roman craftsmanship, discovered in Rome
The Walters Art Museum
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theancientwayoflife · a month ago
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~ Necklace of assorted beads.
Culture: Early Aegean, Minoan
Period: Bronze Age, Middle Minoan Period
Date: 1800–1550 B.C.
Medium: Stone and gold
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illustratus · a month ago
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Head of Dionysus, the god of wine, uncovered in an archaeological dig in the ancient city of Aizanoi, Turkey
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ancientorigins · 20 hours ago
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The prehistoric settlement of Atlit Yam, which dates back to the 7th millennium BC, has been so well preserved by the sandy seabed that a mysterious stone circle still stands as it was first erected, and dozens of human skeletons lay undisturbed in their graves.
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radstarsaur · a month ago
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Just some paleozoic friends
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thesorceresstemple · 7 months ago
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Venus from the sea 🐚
Torso of the Goddess Venus Anadyomene, Faience, Egyptian blue.
Greco Roman period, ca 30 BC 300 AD
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detailedart · 10 months ago
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Moon over the Temple of Poseidon. 1 - 2
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lionfloss · 5 months ago
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Ta Prohm. Angkor, Cambodia
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enchantedengland · 11 months ago
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Stokesay Castle, constructed at the end of the 13th century, boasts a Great Hall "unchanged for 700 years." Hopefully it is cleaner, but that is none of my affair. Stokesay Castle is in Shropshire, near the Welsh border. (@whatstacydid IG)
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twylanyx · 4 months ago
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