Golden fan found in Tutankhamun tomb, Egypt 14 th c. BCE. Stumps of feathers may still be seen in the holes on the outer edge of the palm; depicts the king returning from the hunt; attendants carrying ostriches[960×783]

Golden fan found in Tutankhamun tomb, Egypt 14 th c. BCE. Stumps of feathers may still be seen in the holes on the outer edge of the palm; depicts the king returning from the hunt; attendants carrying ostriches[960×783]

“WAACs and soldiers on the edge of a crater caused by an enemy bomb dropped in their camp during a raid on Abbeville.” By John Warwick Brooke, May 22, 1918. [2224×1772]

“WAACs and soldiers on the edge of a crater caused by an enemy bomb dropped in their camp during a raid on Abbeville.” By John Warwick Brooke, May 22, 1918. [2224×1772]

The Forsbrook Jewel. 7th century Anglo-Saxon pendant with cloisonné garnet and blue glass edge and loop, set with solidus of the 4th century Roman Emperor Valentinian II (375 – 392 AD). The garnet border is in the form of a double-headed serpent. [750×867]

The Forsbrook Jewel. 7th century Anglo-Saxon pendant with cloisonné garnet and blue glass edge and loop, set with solidus of the 4th century Roman Emperor Valentinian II (375 – 392 AD). The garnet border is in the form of a… Continue Reading