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Gravestone for "Zosime, daughter of Herakleon", from Syria, late 1st century B.C. The hands on the stele symbolize her relatives' vow to avenge her death which was apparently not a natural one.

Gravestone for "Zosime, daughter of Herakleon", from Syria, late century B. The hands on the stele symbolize her relatives' vow to avenge her death which was apparently not a natural one.

Roy Rogers Hand & Foot Prints 1949 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Roy Rogers Hand & Foot Prints 1949 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Roy Rogers Hand & Foot Prints In Cement Reprint Of Old Photo Roy Rogers Hand & Foot Prints In Cement Reprint Of Old Photo Here is a neat collectible featuring Roy Rogers hand and foot prints

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Body of George Mallory, died Attempting the Summit of Mount Everest, 1924

17th-century New England, Puritan beliefs about "infant depravity" born with "original sin" generated anxieties about "eternal damnation". Puritan beliefs can be read on the gravestones often made out of dark grey slate. The standard three-lobed shape of early Puritan gravestones reflected the belief that to enter eternity the soul passed through arches +portals. The primary motifs included skulls winged death's heads, skeletons, hourglasses, bones, scythes, + coffins.

This is a puritan tombstone. This tombstone has a skull with wings to remind…

Ella Harper, "The Camel Girl" b1873-?~ http://www.sepiachord.com/index/ella-harper-the-camel-girl-b1873/

Ella Harper (born in Tennessee in known as the “Camel Girl”, was born with an orthopedic condition that caused her knees to bend backwards, called congenital genu recurvatum. This deformity is very rare.

1.7 million years ago. The photos show "Cradle of European Civilization / First European People" - in Dmanisi village in Georgia.  "The remains of what may be the earliest human ancestors to migrate from Africa into Europe have been found in the Republic of Georgia. 2 skulls, which are probably about 1.7 million years old, unearthed at Dmanisi."  beautiful stone carvings (made around 1100 A.D.) and old ram monoliths... Dmanisi village has a truly long and illustrious…

"Cradle of European Civilization / First European People" Dmanisi village in Georgia - Dark Roasted Blend

Token left by mother who had to give up her child to the London Foundling Hospital, 1759 (LFH Museum)

Go to the Foundling Museum in London! "You have my heart Tho wee must Part" Nat.(born) Sept Token left by a mother forced by poverty to give up her child. The poignant but fascinating collection at the Foundling Museum.

From wikipedia: ""Pregnancy with 11 fetuses (after Pare)." Giovanni Pico della Mirandola reported the case of an Italian woman, Dorothea, who allegedly gave birth to undecaplets after having given birth to nonuplets. This illustration is a copy of an original by Ambroise Pare from the 1900 edition of Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine"

Feodor Vassilyev (c. was a peasant from Shuya, Russia. His first wife, Mrs. Vassilyev sets the record for most children birthed by a single woman. She gave birth to a total of 69 children; however, few other details are known of her life, s

Grave statue - Highgate Cemetery, London

a small gravestone at Highgate Cemetery in London. ("The beautiful cat endures" was an inscription carved at Thebes.) Grave of Anna Clare Bootle.highgate cemetery is very haunted!

Mexican Day of The Dead in November, ​​ Stopped Death and Told Me;  Mexican Folk Art | eBay

Mexican Day of The Dead in November, ​​ Stopped Death and Told Me;

'Here lies one whose name was writ(ten) in water': tomba di Keats nel cimitero acattolico di Roma. http://www.cemeteryrome.it/about/link-it.html

John Keats’ Tombstone, Rome, Italy “Keats traveled to Rome and died there, aged just in February, Keats is commemorated just as ‘A young English poet.

Captain John Fowle,1637-1711 (Notice his family Coat of Arms on headstone) Phipps Street Burial Ground,Charlestown,Massachusetts

Captain John (Notice his family Coat of Arms on headstone) Phipps Street Burial Ground,Charlestown,Massachusetts

Tragic Scottish stone, likely depicting the deceased of an entire family - Mom,  Dad, 1 girl and 9 boys.

Tragic Scottish stone, likely depicting the deceased of an entire family - Mum, Dad, 1 girl and 9 boys.

Moulages demonstrating lupus and leprosy

House of Wax: Anatomical, Pathological, and Ethnographic Waxworks from Castan’s Panopticum, Berlin,

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