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The Roman Forum seen from the top of the Tabularium c.360 CE, Gilbert Gorski Permalien de l'image intégrée

The Roman Forum seen from the top of the Tabularium c.360 CE, Gilbert Gorski Permalien de l'image intégrée

Part of the Roman forum, as it appeared in Roman times and as it is now.

Part of the Roman forum, as it appeared in Roman times and as it is now.

Parthenon, picture, image, illustration

Parthenon, picture, image, illustration

Antiarrhythmic Drugs

Antiarrhythmic Drugs

100 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novels to Geek Out Over | The Half Price Blog

100 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novels to Geek Out Over | The Half Price Blog

Calling all sci-fi lovers! Some of the biggest science fiction books you should be reading in 2017.

Calling all sci-fi lovers! Some of the biggest science fiction books you should be reading in 2017.

The Sci-Fi Classics You Need to Read Before You Die

The Sci-Fi Classics You Need to Read Before You Die

Science Fiction - Best Science Fiction Novels,compiled by Half Price Books employees! HPB.com

Science Fiction - Best Science Fiction Novels,compiled by Half Price Books employees! HPB.com

Usage of concrete at Gobekli Tepe, this discovery has made the archeological world rethink timelines of what humanity was capable of in the years BCE.

Usage of concrete at Gobekli Tepe, this discovery has made the archeological world rethink timelines of what humanity was capable of in the years BCE.

Turkye. Gobekli Tepe. With archaeologist Klaus Schmidt. This statue of a man who seems to be holding a lions head between his hands might confirm my idea that ancient religion was about fear for the return of Halley's Comet in a year that the celestial eyes (Venus and Jupiter) met and crossed on succeeding days in the constellation of Leo. We seem to have lost this knowledge. Pinned by Gilbert de Jong.

Turkye. Gobekli Tepe. With archaeologist Klaus Schmidt. This statue of a man who seems to be holding a lions head between his hands might confirm my idea that ancient religion was about fear for the return of Halley's Comet in a year that the celestial eyes (Venus and Jupiter) met and crossed on succeeding days in the constellation of Leo. We seem to have lost this knowledge. Pinned by Gilbert de Jong.