Laura Gibbs

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Teaching online at the University of Oklahoma for 10+ years.
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Lakshman removing a thorn from Rama’s foot & Hanuman watching,

Lakshman removing a thorn from Rama’s foot & Hanuman watching,

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VAMANA (VISHNU) TRANSFORMING INTO TRIVIKRAMA, WITH MAHABALI TOUCHING HIS FEET AND THE GODS SHOWERING BLESSINGS FROM ABOVE

VAMANA (VISHNU) TRANSFORMING INTO TRIVIKRAMA, WITH MAHABALI TOUCHING HIS FEET AND THE GODS SHOWERING BLESSINGS FROM ABOVE

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Tarot cards originated in Italy in the 15th Century & were used solely for gaming. It was not until the 18th Century that there is any evidence of an occult link & use for divination.

Tarot cards originated in Italy in the 15th Century & were used solely for gaming. It was not until the 18th Century that there is any evidence of an occult link & use for divination.

One of the best known of all zoomorphic maps is the ‘Leo Belgicus’ – the Lion of the Low Countries. bl.uk/collection-ite… #PicturingPlaces #maps

One of the best known of all zoomorphic maps is the ‘Leo Belgicus’ – the Lion of the Low Countries. bl.uk/collection-ite… #PicturingPlaces #maps

I thought this design created by my twin sister @GinaViglietti back in 2014 for one of our PSSA conferences would be appropriate to share on #FossilFriday and #AfricaDay

I thought this design created by my twin sister @GinaViglietti back in 2014 for one of our PSSA conferences would be appropriate to share on #FossilFriday and #AfricaDay

#WPYalumni Juan Carlos Mimó Perez spotted a mouse crouched calmly under this lion’s paw. His quick reaction resulted in this tightly framed moment between one of Africa’s smallest mammals and one of its largest – a nod to Aesop’s fable. Seconds later, the mouse quietly left.

#WPYalumni Juan Carlos Mimó Perez spotted a mouse crouched calmly under this lion’s paw. His quick reaction resulted in this tightly framed moment between one of Africa’s smallest mammals and one of its largest – a nod to Aesop’s fable. Seconds later, the mouse quietly left.

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A 17th century Russian edition of the Alexander Romance showing Alexander the Great exploring the ocean floor in a submersible.

A 17th century Russian edition of the Alexander Romance showing Alexander the Great exploring the ocean floor in a submersible.

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I’ve come across a few versions of the Retrospective Starfish, but I saw it being used via twitter, and wondered why there wasn’t a likeable little starfish in the middle. So I drew one. Hello little fella… If you’re wondering what this model is all about – check out this blogpost: The Retrospective Starfish

I’ve come across a few versions of the Retrospective Starfish, but I saw it being used via twitter, and wondered why there wasn’t a likeable little starfish in the middle. So I drew one. Hello little fella… If you’re wondering what this model is all about – check out this blogpost: The Retrospective Starfish

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