These mugs entering the 4th dimension
steveandbucky: wow i can’t believe valkyrie broke the 4th wall and punched the russos in the face Source link
Minor Threat – Minor Threat e.p. (1981, 4th pressing) [1412×1412]
We got to see natural waterworks instead of man-made fireworks on July 4th weekend! – Supai, AZ, USA [OC] [3024×4032]
Roman mosaic of water birds, uncovered in Trier (Germany). Dated back to 4th century CE. [554×612]
Rings from the Thetford Hoard, a hoard of Romano-British metalwork from the mid-to-late 4th century AD found near Thetford in Norfolk, England. [2915 × 2002]
Roman floor mosaic depicting asparagus. It is dated to 4th century CE. Object located in Vatican Museums, Rome. [750×500]
Ancient Attic Greek drinking cup in the shape of a dog’s head, from the necropoli di Celle at Falerii (4th c BCE) [535 x 480]
4th of July bbq
Happy 4th of July!
4th of July bonfire on the beach
How I’ll spend the 4th of July and any night with fireworks.
Roman Officer’s Ridge Helmet, circa 4th Century AD. Vojvodina Museum, Serbia [685×1024]
Roman gold necklace with lion-shaped tips. The chain of ornaments looks amazingly interesting. The object is dated to the 4th century CE. [564×704]
Richly decorated Roman helmet from the early 4th century CE. It was made from iron and gold, surrounded with silver. Decorated with glass pearls. [665×767]
[OS] Roman gold ingot found in Braşov, Romania. Late 4th century CE [750×563]
Trivulzio cage cup, 4th century CE [1540×1956]
Bracelets of Queen Hetepheres I, Old Kingdom, 4th Dynasty, ca. 2575-2550 BC. From the Tomb of Hetepheres I., Egypt, [960 x 860]
Terracotta askos (flask) in the form of a rooster. Etruscan, modern day Italy. 4th century B.C. [2000×1500]
The uncropped “Tank Man” photograph from Tiananmen Square. June 4th 1989. NEVER FORGET.
Greave, Thrace 4th century BCE[569×853]
The body of Tollund Man (Pre-Roman Iron Age, 4th century BC), Denmark. With still preserved stubble, the man’s physical features are so well-preserved that he was mistaken for a recent murder victim upon discovery in 1950 [1200 × 1635]
The Cheops (Khufu) ring. Originally believed to have belonged to the 4th dynasty Pharaoh whose Cartouche is inscribed, it was later discovered to have actually belonged to a 26th or 27th dynasty priest called Neferibre, who was part of a… Continue Reading
Roman mosaic from Sicily showing the monster. The object was found in Sicily. Dated to the 4th century BCE. [566×872]
4th President of the United States, James Madison, and his family are buried here. Dollie Madison is to the far right of the photo. Montpellier, Virginia.