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Bathe house Pompeii

Pompeii Bath House - The art, while faded and in ruins, is still glorious. The carvings, paintings and mosaics and even architecture. Brilliant, vibrant and sensuous.

Pompeii

Doors- usually wooden and double, they didn't have hinges but swung in pivots in the floor. Doors were locked with bolts and sometimes iron locks. Inside the house curtains were used instead of doors Ruins in Pompei, Italy

Pompeii - Roman Baths..... http://stores.ebay.co.uk/bewilderbugs/ https://www.facebook.com/bewilderbugspage https://twitter.com/BewilderBugs https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/108070750963268379060/108070750963268379060/posts https://www.youtube.com/user/BewilderBugs

Ancient Rome ~ Roman baths were very important to the Romans. It wasn't just hygienic, but it was a social opportunity. The baths had complex heating and cooling systems.

≈ Beautiful Antique Books ≈ "Milton's Poetical Works"

sweetwillowtree: hideyourriches: aubade: “The Poetical Works of John Milton” - Ed. by William Michael Rossetti. Illustrated by Thomas Seccombe. Published by Ward, Lock, & Co. (via mando maniac)

Le Fleurs Du Mal by Baudelaire

Baudelaire: “Les Fleurs du Mal,” (Flowers of Evil) Death as a skeleton whose outstretched arms are foliated branches, standing among thistle leaves and flowers.

1874 Jules Verne Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

1874 Jules Verne Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - got this off the bookmobile in grade - probably the first book I fell in love with

The Poetical Works of William Cowper with illustrations by Hugh Cameron, Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, [1869] - Beautiful Antique Books

The Poetical Works of William Cowper with illustrations by Hugh Cameron, Edinburgh: William P.

Sinai Desert

Sinai Desert