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Queen Marie of Romania's coronation gown

Queen Marie of Romania's coronation gown

JFK 1937

JFK 1937

Egypt to Siberia. The 2,400 year old Siberian grave of a 25 year old woman holds a 17 bead necklace of brightly-coloured glass beads created using the 'Millefiori technique' where glass rods are combined to produce multicoloured patterns; perhaps made in Egypt. The necklace likely come to Siberia via present-day Kazakhstan, along an old silk route; the Altai in "Siberia has always been a kind of 'stream of civilization' - a transit territory, rich with resources and attractive for…

Egypt to Siberia. The 2,400 year old Siberian grave of a 25 year old woman holds a 17 bead necklace of brightly-coloured glass beads created using the 'Millefiori technique' where glass rods are combined to produce multicoloured patterns; perhaps made in Egypt. The necklace likely come to Siberia via present-day Kazakhstan, along an old silk route; the Altai in "Siberia has always been a kind of 'stream of civilization' - a transit territory, rich with resources and attractive for…

Chicken Gnocchi Soup...only takes about 30 minutes to prepare.

Chicken Gnocchi Soup...only takes about 30 minutes to prepare.

Firefly squid of toyama japan | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Firefly squid of toyama japan | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Mar. 29, 1886, Coca-Cola is created by John Pemberton in Atlanta, GA, as a hangover cure and a stomach ache/headache remedy. Cocaine was an ingredient of Coke until 1904 when Congress banned it.

Mar. 29, 1886, Coca-Cola is created by John Pemberton in Atlanta, GA, as a hangover cure and a stomach ache/headache remedy. Cocaine was an ingredient of Coke until 1904 when Congress banned it.

Cherry blossoms, Fuji Volcano, Japan

Cherry blossoms, Fuji Volcano, Japan

Full moon in Charleston, South Carolina • photo: Charleston Outdoors Magazine

Full moon in Charleston, South Carolina • photo: Charleston Outdoors Magazine

Spider-tailed viper (Pseudocerastes urarachnoides), that uses it as a lure. Credit: Omid Mozaffari

Spider-tailed viper (Pseudocerastes urarachnoides), that uses it as a lure. Credit: Omid Mozaffari