Coeus

I do not discern between right or wrong... I simply continue onward.

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wolfhalden:

Mummy Portrait of a Girl - Roman Egypt 120-150 AD; Wax colors (encaustic) on sycamore wood.
Mumienbildnis eines Mädchens, römisches Ägypten 120–150 n. Chr.; Wachsfarben (Enkaustik) auf Sykomorenholz.
Source/Quelle: liebieghaus.de

wolfhalden:

Mummy Portrait of a Girl - Roman Egypt 120-150 AD; Wax colors (encaustic) on sycamore wood.

Mumienbildnis eines Mädchens, römisches Ägypten 120–150 n. Chr.; Wachsfarben (Enkaustik) auf Sykomorenholz.

Source/Quelle: liebieghaus.de

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laclefdescoeurs:

The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, 1835, James Holland

No, but this bridge is really fascinating actually. When I visited Venice, a Greek tour guide I just met who gave me a free 30-minute tour told me that it’s called The Bridge of Sighs because it’s what connects the prison with the interrogation rooms. When convicts were brought to their cells after their conviction, they were said to sigh as they got their last view over Venice from the bridge.
Also, lovers are said to have good luck if they kiss on a gondole under the Bridge of Sighs as the St. Mark’s bells toll.

in-somniar:

laclefdescoeurs:

The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, 1835, James Holland

No, but this bridge is really fascinating actually. When I visited Venice, a Greek tour guide I just met who gave me a free 30-minute tour told me that it’s called The Bridge of Sighs because it’s what connects the prison with the interrogation rooms. When convicts were brought to their cells after their conviction, they were said to sigh as they got their last view over Venice from the bridge.

Also, lovers are said to have good luck if they kiss on a gondole under the Bridge of Sighs as the St. Mark’s bells toll.

(via laclefdescoeurs)