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still trailing about the house of Haides.




shattterhearts:

buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

OMFG the edamame avocado and sprouts one sounds so fucking amazing.


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"So you have failed? You cannot fail. You have not failed; you have gained experience. Forward!"

-St. Josemaria Escriva (via confessionsofsomeoneanonymous)
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eadfrith:

The Shaftesbury Psalter - folio 57r

Historiated initial “Q” showing David killing Goliath, beginning Psalm 51.

Manuscript made in England around the year 1175.

Lansdowne Ms 383. Images from the British Library Manuscript Website.

http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Lansdowne_MS_383


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URGENT PRAYER REQUEST

d-apres-moi:

One of my sisters is in the hospital for trying to commit suicide. Please pray for her healing and her salvation.


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workman:

mini-girlz:
A GREEK TERRACOTTA 
APHRODITE HELLENISTIC PERIOD
CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C.

workman:

mini-girlz:

A GREEK TERRACOTTA

APHRODITE HELLENISTIC PERIOD

CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C.


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(Source: discontented-delight)


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arcanan:

Penthesilea
PENTHESILEA was a Queen of the Amazons who led her troops to the Trojan War in support of King Priam. Some say she came as a mercenary, others that she was seeking redemption for the accidental killing of her sister. In the battles which ensued, Penthesilea slew the Greek hero Makhaon, but was herself felled by Achilles. The hero upon lifting her helm fell in love with her, and returned her corpse to the Trojans unharmed for proper burial. When Thersites mocked him, and some say gouged out Penthesilea’s eye with a spear, Achilles killed him. (x)
Image: Penthesilea (1852), Gabriel-Vital Dubray, Louvre Palace, France
30 Day Greek Mythology Challenge: Day 12, Mortal or Semi-Divine Heroine

arcanan:

Penthesilea

PENTHESILEA was a Queen of the Amazons who led her troops to the Trojan War in support of King Priam. Some say she came as a mercenary, others that she was seeking redemption for the accidental killing of her sister. In the battles which ensued, Penthesilea slew the Greek hero Makhaon, but was herself felled by Achilles. The hero upon lifting her helm fell in love with her, and returned her corpse to the Trojans unharmed for proper burial. When Thersites mocked him, and some say gouged out Penthesilea’s eye with a spear, Achilles killed him. (x)

Image: Penthesilea (1852), Gabriel-Vital Dubray, Louvre Palace, France

30 Day Greek Mythology Challenge: Day 12, Mortal or Semi-Divine Heroine


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The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s

The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s

(Source: aqqindex)


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fashionsfromhistory:

Costume Worn by Mitzi Gaynor in “The I Don’t Care Girl”
1953
Charles LeMaire
Bonhams

fashionsfromhistory:

Costume Worn by Mitzi Gaynor in “The I Don’t Care Girl”

1953

Charles LeMaire

Bonhams


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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Imagique

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Imagique


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