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Flower Blooms Every 100 Years | Udumbara Flowers That Bloom Once Every 3000 Year

Flower Blooms Every 100 Years | Udumbara Flowers That Bloom Once Every 3000 Year

Laser Cut wedding Invites

Laser Cut wedding Invites

Ceramic Plates: Love feathers plus Ceramics!!

Ceramic Plates: Love feathers plus Ceramics!!

Cseh Gusztav - Scris Arhaic Românesc III

Cseh Gusztav - Scris Arhaic Românesc III

Anthropomorphic Figure. Culture Veracruz, Remojadas style, Mexico Classic, 450-650 AD

Anthropomorphic Figure. Culture Veracruz, Remojadas style, Mexico Classic, 450-650 AD

Veraguas stingray bell pendant ~ Gold | 400 - 1550 AD ||| {GPA}

Veraguas stingray bell pendant ~ Gold | 400 - 1550 AD ||| {GPA}

View of the north face of Zoomorph P, monolithic animal, nicknamed The Great Turtle by A.P. Maudslay. Great Plaza, Quiriguá, Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1890. -British Museum-

View of the north face of Zoomorph P, monolithic animal, nicknamed The Great Turtle by A.P. Maudslay. Great Plaza, Quiriguá, Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1890. -British Museum-

Palenque relief . Mexico

Palenque relief . Mexico

THE Khmer empire flourished between the 9th and 14th centuries across the whole of modern Kampuchea and parts of South Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Its founder, king Jayavarman II, chose a site for his capital near the Angkor plain a vast tract of fertile land watered by tributaries of the Mekong River. : the hindu temples of angkor wat

THE Khmer empire flourished between the 9th and 14th centuries across the whole of modern Kampuchea and parts of South Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Its founder, king Jayavarman II, chose a site for his capital near the Angkor plain a vast tract of fertile land watered by tributaries of the Mekong River. : the hindu temples of angkor wat

British Museum - Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek Perhaps from Sais, Egypt 26th Dynasty, around 630 BC The northern vizier of Egypt This is the sarcophagus of Sasobek, the vizier (prime minister) of the northern part of Egypt in the reign of Psammetichus I (664-610 BC). It may have been found in Sais, the city from which Psammetichus' family came.

British Museum - Siltstone sarcophagus of Sasobek Perhaps from Sais, Egypt 26th Dynasty, around 630 BC The northern vizier of Egypt This is the sarcophagus of Sasobek, the vizier (prime minister) of the northern part of Egypt in the reign of Psammetichus I (664-610 BC). It may have been found in Sais, the city from which Psammetichus' family came.