The Hindsgavl Dagger (Late Neolithic Dagger Period, ca. 1900-1700 BC, Denmark). 29,5 cm. long and barely 2 cm. thick, it is widely recognized as the most beautiful example of Neolithic flint knapping from Denmark. More pictures in comments [1491 x 2000]

The Hindsgavl Dagger (Late Neolithic Dagger Period, ca. 1900-1700 BC, Denmark). 29,5 cm. long and barely 2 cm. thick, it is widely recognized as the most beautiful example of Neolithic flint knapping from Denmark. More pictures in comments [1491 x… Continue Reading

Fine relief of Nectanebo I offering goods to various demons. Diabase (or black schist?) originally from the Temple of Atum at Heliopolis, 30th dynasty (reign of Nectanebo I, 380-362 BCE), Late Period. Archeological Museum of Bologna (Italy) [1660 x 1428]

Fine relief of Nectanebo I offering goods to various demons. Diabase (or black schist?) originally from the Temple of Atum at Heliopolis, 30th dynasty (reign of Nectanebo I, 380-362 BCE), Late Period. Archeological Museum of Bologna (Italy) [1660 x 1428]

Bronze weapon shaft decorated with silver spirals and dragon inlays. China, late Eastern Zhou, late Warring States or early Western Han dynasty. 300 BC to 100 AD. [2100×1179]

Bronze weapon shaft decorated with silver spirals and dragon inlays. China, late Eastern Zhou, late Warring States or early Western Han dynasty. 300 BC to 100 AD. [2100×1179]

Jade plaque with carved out openwork of bird motifs mounted in a frame of gold adorned with rubies, sapphires and jade. China, late Jin or early Yuan dynasty. 13th to 14th century AD. [1501×2100]

Jade plaque with carved out openwork of bird motifs mounted in a frame of gold adorned with rubies, sapphires and jade. China, late Jin or early Yuan dynasty. 13th to 14th century AD. [1501×2100]

Lillian Russell Moore was a famous singer and actress of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Her mausoleum reads, “THE WORLD IS BETTER FOR HER HAVING LIVED.” Link below. (Allegheny Cemetery- Pittsburgh, PA)

Lillian Russell Moore was a famous singer and actress of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Her mausoleum reads, “THE WORLD IS BETTER FOR HER HAVING LIVED.” Link below. (Allegheny Cemetery- Pittsburgh, PA)