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Combination weapon, 1540-1620.

Combination weapon, 1540-1620.

iranian achaemenid gold/silver

iranian achaemenid gold/silver

A Balkan Turkish silver mounted flintlock pistol, 18th century.

A Balkan Turkish silver mounted flintlock pistol, 18th century.

Gravensteen Castle, Belgium.

Gravensteen Castle, Belgium.

An ornate bronze Lychnouchos (Lantern) embellished with reliefs of the god Pan from the tomb of King Philip II of Macedon Greek 336 BCE This ornate bronze lantern housing a black-glazed terracotta lamp illustrates the originality and sophistication of the metal workshops that produced wares for the Macedonian court. The relief masks represent the god Pan and the decoration of the ivy leaf suggest this lantern was used during royal symposia.

An ornate bronze Lychnouchos (Lantern) embellished with reliefs of the god Pan from the tomb of King Philip II of Macedon Greek 336 BCE This ornate bronze lantern housing a black-glazed terracotta lamp illustrates the originality and sophistication of the metal workshops that produced wares for the Macedonian court. The relief masks represent the god Pan and the decoration of the ivy leaf suggest this lantern was used during royal symposia.

Château de Milandes, Dordogne

Château de Milandes, Dordogne

Chloe Gosselin ~ Spice Suede + Camel Snake Pumps

Chloe Gosselin ~ Spice Suede + Camel Snake Pumps

鰐 (Wani) Wani is a Japanese dragon or sea monster, the kanji for its name often translated to “crocodile” or “shark”. It first appeared in the Kojiki and the Nihongi. It is said that the sea god Kotoshiro-nushi-no-kami transformed into an 8-fathom Kuma-wani and fathered Toyotama-hime.

鰐 (Wani) Wani is a Japanese dragon or sea monster, the kanji for its name often translated to “crocodile” or “shark”. It first appeared in the Kojiki and the Nihongi. It is said that the sea god Kotoshiro-nushi-no-kami transformed into an 8-fathom Kuma-wani and fathered Toyotama-hime.

Ancient Iran Achaemenid Dynasty (550-330 BCE)

Ancient Iran Achaemenid Dynasty (550-330 BCE)

A SCOTTISH FLINTLOCK BELT PISTOL, CIRCA 1720.

A SCOTTISH FLINTLOCK BELT PISTOL, CIRCA 1720.