''She who loves silence'' ''She who loves silence''
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centuriespast:

The goddess Isis from the inside of one of the double doors of the third gilded shrine, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (c.1370-52 BC) New Kingdom (gilded wood), Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC) / Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt / Bridgeman Images
Third year of university here I come
Ritual chowki with ghungroos (bells)
hinducosmos:

Lord Vishnu - Hriday Kamal Me Dhyan vintage 1953 Kalyan (Hindi magazine) Gita Press, Gorakhpur. (via ebay:  alphaomegaphilately)
magictransistor:

Mandala of (Unidentified). Buddhist Lineage, Mongolia. 1800s.
ancient-egypts-secrets:

Egyptian Princess
Coffin of Heresenes
Dynasty 26 (664-525 B.C.)
P.S. Is it just me or she looks like Paris Hilton?!
ancient-egypts-secrets:

Wall relief, Temple of Seti I ~ Abydos, Egypt
chrysaoraelectrum:

A pair of golden slippers found in the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun.
(source: earth-chronicles.ru)
"

Weep, far autumnal skies,
Shrouded in misty air;
Weep, for thy solemn dearth,
And for thy chill despair,
Earth.

O stricken forest-trees,
Dead leaves that falter down
Solemnly to your sleep,
Golden, and red, and brown,
Weep.

" — "Autumn Song" by David Park Barnitz from The Book of Jade 

(Source: demoniality, via demoniality)


space-cops:

Echolalia - Dead Can Dance

artafrica:

Ivory Coast
virtual-artifacts:

Gold Washed Silver Bracelets With Carnelian. Turkman Tribe. Cuffs of this size covers practically the entire forearm. They were very prized and worn only for festivities. The Turkman were mainly nomadic people with their lifestyle invested in horsemanship and as a prominent horse culture. Location: Iran | Circa Date: Late 19th Century | Dimensions: 5.5” x 3” x 2.25”.
archaicwonder:

Roman Gold Snake Ring, Circa 1st Centuries BC/AD
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