Go ahead darling, ask away.

My Olive. The dark lord bid her home and she is gone– a little piece of my heart went with her. 7/31/14

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inneroptics:

Leon Bonnat

inneroptics:

Leon Bonnat

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Thanks @d_taylor462 again for not being a bitch about getting your entire lower leg tattooed. Really thankful for clients like this one!!! #koi #shin #calf
vintagegal:

 Illustration by Chéri Hérouard for the cover of La Vie Parisienne c. 1924

vintagegal:

 Illustration by Chéri Hérouard for the cover of La Vie Parisienne c. 1924

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blackpaint20:

On this blog, we stick to classic lines. Right?

blackpaint20:

On this blog, we stick to classic lines. Right?

ancient-mesopotamia:

The figure could be an aspect of the goddess Ishtar, Mesopotamian goddess of sexual love and war, or Ishtar’s sister and rival, the goddess Ereshkigal who ruled over the Underworld, or the demoness Lilitu, known in the Bible as Lilith. The plaque probably stood in a shrine. 
Old Babylonian era, 1800-1750 BCE, from southern Iraq (place of excavation is unknown), Mesopotamia, Iraq. (The British Museum, London).

ancient-mesopotamia:

The figure could be an aspect of the goddess Ishtar, Mesopotamian goddess of sexual love and war, or Ishtar’s sister and rival, the goddess Ereshkigal who ruled over the Underworld, or the demoness Lilitu, known in the Bible as Lilith. The plaque probably stood in a shrine. 

Old Babylonian era, 1800-1750 BCE, from southern Iraq (place of excavation is unknown), Mesopotamia, Iraq. (The British Museum, London).

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Me and my onliest love on the boat last week. ❤️👑💎 thanks again @masterbjorn @inspireless for having us!

The Executioner’s Mask (iron mask), European, 17th-18th century.Artist: UnknownThe Executioner’s Mask is probably part of a scold’s bridle, this iron mask was exhibited in the 19th century alongside the block and axe in the Tower of London and described as an executioner’s mask.© The Board of Trustees of the Armouries
the-two-germanys:

Norse Mythology; or, The religion of our forefathers, containing all the myths of the Eddas, systematized and interpretedRasmus Björn AndersonChicago: S.C. Griggs & Co., Ltd., 1875.

the-two-germanys:

Norse Mythology; or, The religion of our forefathers, containing all the myths of the Eddas, systematized and interpreted

Rasmus Björn Anderson
Chicago: S.C. Griggs & Co., Ltd., 1875.

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