scales-and-fangs:

Dragon Snake (Xenodermus javanicus)


relative-pronoun:

batglass prompted “drunken southern angels” and abunaday prompted “old southern man married to an alligator”

relative-pronoun:

batglass prompted “drunken southern angels” and abunaday prompted “old southern man married to an alligator”


jarulefanfiction:

mentalflossr:

Dog elected mayor of Minnesota town

another white male in charge

jarulefanfiction:

mentalflossr:

Dog elected mayor of Minnesota town

another white male in charge


magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / I am a cat, you know?! by Stefan Betz)

magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / I am a cat, you know?! by Stefan Betz)


llbwwb:


Pallas cat looking dumb! (by Tambako the Jaguar)

llbwwb:

Pallas cat looking dumb! (by Tambako the Jaguar)


Well…a kind of revolution. That wasn’t really the word for what it was. There was the People’s Republic of Treacle Mine Road (Truth! Freedom! Justice! Reasonably priced love! And a hard-boiled egg!) that would live for all of a few hours, a strange candle that burned too briefly and died like a firework.

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The World’s Oldest Crown 
The crown was discovered in a remote cave in the Judaean Desert near the Dead Sea in 1961 among hundreds of other objects from the period. Known as the ‘Nahal Mishar Hoard’, more than 400 objects were discovered by Pessah Bar-Adon and his fellow Israeli archaeologists in the cave which became known as the ‘Cave of the Treasure’. The ancient relic, which dates back to the Copper Age between 4000–3300 B.C., is shaped like a thick ring and features vultures and doors protruding from the top. It is believed the crown played a part in burial ceremonies for people of importance at the time. 
(source)

The World’s Oldest Crown

The crown was discovered in a remote cave in the Judaean Desert near the Dead Sea in 1961 among hundreds of other objects from the period. Known as the ‘Nahal Mishar Hoard’, more than 400 objects were discovered by Pessah Bar-Adon and his fellow Israeli archaeologists in the cave which became known as the ‘Cave of the Treasure’. The ancient relic, which dates back to the Copper Age between 4000–3300 B.C., is shaped like a thick ring and features vultures and doors protruding from the top. It is believed the crown played a part in burial ceremonies for people of importance at the time.

(source)


pencilshapedironstatue:

heres 15 or so seconds of my 2 day old baby guinea pig enjoy


tlatollotl:

Prepared core and several prismatic blades from Jalisco at the Museo Regional de Guadalajara.

tlatollotl:

Prepared core and several prismatic blades from Jalisco at the Museo Regional de Guadalajara.


ancientart:

The Mesoamerican archaeological site of Tula, located in Hidalgo, approximately 75km north of Mexico City, Mexico. 

Tula is thought to have been the historical capital of the Toltec state. Pictured in the top photo are the 16’ high colossal atlantids atop Pyramid B. These atlantids depict rulers or warriors armed with spear-throwers and darts. To date we actually still do not know a great deal about the Toltecs (their name meaning “makers of things”), whom the Aztecs claimed to have descended from.

Photos taken by AlejandroLinaresGarcia.