jorison:

 



centuriespast:

Composite limestone statuette consisting of a statue of a female serpent deity in front and a stela in back. The goddess has the body of a cobra and a human head. She wears a tall plumed headdress with horned sun disk. On the sides of the statue are representations in sunk relief of the goddesses Nekhbet and Wadjet and a text referring to Psammetichus I. Stela at back depicts a king with the god Horus, but is unfinished.
Meroitic
Provenience: Egypt
Thebes (uncertain) (Egypt)
Buto (uncertain)
Period: Twenty-Sixth Dynasty
Date Made: 664BC-610BC
Penn Museum

supruntu:

Andrei Tarkovsky - Nostalghia

anjes:

Gesaffelstein - Numéro, Octobre 2013



kompajunior:

The Rape of the Sabine Women by Giambologna, in the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence


jonasgrossmann:

josé vergara, harlem 1970 / bronx 1970 / number 2 subway, south bronx 1970
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soundsof71:

Debbie Harry, Blondie