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A girl who is intrigued, fascinated, and transfixed by pretty much everything.

grand-bazaar:

1920s Egypt Nubian Woman

grand-bazaar:

1920s Egypt Nubian Woman


art-loser420:

modelsofcolor:

Francis Lane in Hero #7 Magazine photographed by Fabien Kruszelnicki

UM IS THIS LEGAL

art-loser420:

modelsofcolor:

Francis Lane in Hero #7 Magazine photographed by Fabien Kruszelnicki

UM IS THIS LEGAL


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Researcher discusses international team to protect ancient footprints 

archaeologicalnews:

A University of Colorado Denver researcher has been appointed to an international team of advisors dedicated to creating a museum complex in Tanzania showcasing perhaps the most important collection of hominin footprints in the world today.

"This project is close to my heart," said Associate…



Sisters, NYC, 1970s—(by Jill Freedman)

Sisters, NYC, 1970s—(by Jill Freedman)


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lovemodelsfashion:

Shalom Harlow

lovemodelsfashion:

Shalom Harlow


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tamedraven:

This baby monkey in Ubud was beyond curious about my camera and his reflection in the lens, and decided to reach out and grab it.
The adults held most of them back by their tails to keep them from climbing on us, though I’m sure no one would have minded. 

tamedraven:

This baby monkey in Ubud was beyond curious about my camera and his reflection in the lens, and decided to reach out and grab it.

The adults held most of them back by their tails to keep them from climbing on us, though I’m sure no one would have minded. 


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arsarteetlabore:

Vasily (Wilhelm) Alexandrovich Kotarbinsky, The Kiss of Medusa

arsarteetlabore:

Vasily (Wilhelm) Alexandrovich Kotarbinsky, The Kiss of Medusa


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the-garden-of-delights:

"A Young Girl, Half Dressed in a Sarong, Holding a Vase of Flowers" (detail) by Max Nonnenbruch (1857-1922).

the-garden-of-delights:

"A Young Girl, Half Dressed in a Sarong, Holding a Vase of Flowers" (detail) by Max Nonnenbruch (1857-1922).


16chakras:

"Adam and Eve" 1910 by Lothar von Seebach (1853 -1930)

16chakras:

"Adam and Eve" 1910 by Lothar von Seebach (1853 -1930)


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Brb going to go start an anthropology blog instead of actually doing anthropology homework


pogphotoarchives:

Archaeologist Alfred Kidder and friend after Utah tripPhotographer: Jesse NusbaumDate: 1912Negative Number 060648

pogphotoarchives:

Archaeologist Alfred Kidder and friend after Utah trip

Photographer: Jesse Nusbaum
Date: 1912
Negative Number 060648


skunkbear:

Remember those early hominid skulls I posted a couple days ago? Well, you can see 360 degree views here.


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aljazeeraamerica:

The Code for Farewell: Saying goodbye to the last Seminole code talker

Late afternoon in early April, and his eyes were closed, short gray hair combed back and hands folded just above his waist. The casket was open, the lower half draped with an American flag. The top revealed a 96-year-old man: dark brown skin, white shirt and black suit tucked into white satin lining, the words “In God’s Care” embroidered on the inside of the lid.
Pews in the funeral home chapel creaked as people sat. A baby bawled. Conversations and murmurs filled the air. Then a dozen deep male voices filled the room with a dirge in the Mvskoke language for Edmond Andrew Harjo, the last Seminole code talker.
The code talkers were elite Native American military units that used their own tribal languages to create and transmit fast, unbreakable coded messages, serving in bothWorld Wars I and II. They’re credited with saving countless lives in theaters around the world.

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aljazeeraamerica:

The Code for Farewell: Saying goodbye to the last Seminole code talker

Late afternoon in early April, and his eyes were closed, short gray hair combed back and hands folded just above his waist. The casket was open, the lower half draped with an American flag. The top revealed a 96-year-old man: dark brown skin, white shirt and black suit tucked into white satin lining, the words “In God’s Care” embroidered on the inside of the lid.

Pews in the funeral home chapel creaked as people sat. A baby bawled. Conversations and murmurs filled the air. Then a dozen deep male voices filled the room with a dirge in the Mvskoke language for Edmond Andrew Harjo, the last Seminole code talker.

The code talkers were elite Native American military units that used their own tribal languages to create and transmit fast, unbreakable coded messages, serving in bothWorld Wars I and II. They’re credited with saving countless lives in theaters around the world.

Continue reading