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Macrodontia cervicornis  Vintage - Natural History - Botanical - Scientific - Print - Beetle - Bug - Insect

Macrodontia cervicornis Vintage - Natural History - Botanical - Scientific - Print - Beetle - Bug - Insect

heaveninawildflower: “ Transformation of cicada septendecim (1885). “Report of the Entomologist Dept. Agriculture 1885.” Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery. ”

heaveninawildflower: “ Transformation of cicada septendecim (1885). “Report of the Entomologist Dept. Agriculture 1885.” Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery. ”

photo transfer on glass | Sumally

Tutorial sobre cómo transferir fotos en vidrio de la playa. Esto es súper rad. Nunca había visto nada igual.

Egyptian carved green limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the Mummy. Some were worn by the deceased on a necklace, or mounted in gold settings as a pectoral. Heart scarabs provided  assurance that at the final judgment as depicted in the Book of the Dead, the bearer would be found "True of Voice" and accepted into the eternal afterlife by the God Osiris. With a double Eye of Horus on the top, a cartouche with beetle at the bottom.  Third Intermediate Period.

Egyptian carved green limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the Mummy. Some were worn by the deceased on a necklace, or mounted in gold settings as a pectoral. Heart scarabs provided assurance that at the final judgment as depicted in the Book of the Dead, the bearer would be found "True of Voice" and accepted into the eternal afterlife by the God Osiris. With a double Eye of Horus on the top, a cartouche with beetle at the bottom. Third Intermediate Period.

Faux fur a chair??? Creative! Then you just go get a fawn and voila! Completed look! :D

Faux fur a chair??? Creative! Then you just go get a fawn and voila! Completed look! :D

Roman Light Green Glass Jar - G.0048 Origin: Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem Circa: 3 rd Century AD to 4 th Century AD

Roman Light Green Glass Jar - G.0048 Origin: Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem Circa: 3 rd Century AD to 4 th Century AD

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