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I don't usually drink beer, but when I do, I want to drink it in this. (Hint, hint Christmas gift)
Ivory shaped tankard, Southern Germany, 19th c, dated 1675 (?)
The face opening to a one-eyed skull, the handle shaped like a snake biting the tail of a fish
Knight Armor for guinea pig
(don't ask!)
Articulated Iron Manikin, 1582
Figurine of Goddess from Anatolia, early Bronze Age, circa 2500–2300 BCE
Camazotz, Mayan/ Mesoamerican 'Death Bat' a Lord in Xibalbá, associated with Death, Night and Sacrifice.
Alvin Langdon Coburn, View from Notre Dame, Paris, ca. 1905. Toned gelatin silver print
Charles Negre 'The Vampire', Henri Le Secq stands next to a gargoyle, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, 1853
The Gargoyles of Notre-Dame de Paris, Set of postcards from the early 20th century
Edward S. Curtis - Untitled (Raven-ma) – Qagyuhl, Canada, 1914
Statuettes of Two Worshippers and female Sumerian statue from the Square Temple at Eshnunna in Sumer (now Tel Asmar, Iraq), ca. 2700 BCE.
Isabel Muñoz - The Pantheon, Rome, 1995
Ruins of Nagasaki, 1945
Aztec Calendar, Mexico City, mounted in the side wall of the Cathedral of Mexico City Unidentified Photographer, ca. 1839 daguerreotype
Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl at Teotihuacan, Mexico, 1925 - photographer unknown
Alfred Buckham, The Pyramids In A Storm, Giza, Egypt, 1930s
Evening at the Pyramids by Ernest R. Ashton, Camera Notes Vol. 2 No. 2, 1898 16.4 x 12 cm. Photogravure
Hypnos, the Greek personification of Sleep
Stone mask from the neolithic period dates to 7000 BC and is probably the oldest mask in the world (Musée de la Bible et de la Terre Sainte)
Spanish 'Ghost Train' fairground attraction, circa 1950
A collection of vintage Japanese bromide cards showing various pachimon kaiju. Published in the 1970s.
collection of vintage Japanese bromide cards showing various pachimon kaiju. Published in the 1970s.
collection of vintage Japanese bromide cards showing various pachimon kaiju. Published in the 1970s.
Kali, Woodblock print, India, ca. 1850
Gorgon in a medallion. Roman fresco from the House Of The Vettii, Pompeii.
The Minotaur in the Labyrinth, Roman mosaic at Conímbriga, Portugal
Ancient Cretan tetradrachma coin depicting the Labyrinth (ΚΝΩΣΙΩΝ), home of the Minotaur. c. 300 BCE
Theatre mask of a satyr, fresco, Pompeii
Andrea Mantegna, Self-portrait hidden within frescos in the Ducal Palace, Mantua (the Camera degli Sposi), 1465-74
Detail of a fresco from the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii
Francisco de Zurbarán, The Veil of Saint Veronica (ca. 1635), oil on canvas, 70 x 51 cm.
Odilon Redon, Head of Christ wearing the Crown of Thorns (1895)
Charcoal, black pastel and black crayon heightened with white on buff paper, 52.2 x 37.9 cm.
James Ensor, Man of Sorrows (L’homme des douleurs, 1891), oil on panel, 20 cm x 15.5 cm
Earliest known surviving figurative sculpture from sub-Saharan Africa
Nok People of Eastern Nigeria, ca. 500 BCE
'Smiling Figure' from the Remojadas region of Veracruz, Mexico, 7th-8th century CE
Plaster Mummy Mask, Egypt, 60–70 CE, Roman Period
Odilon Redon - Homage to Goya, c.1895 (oil on card mounted on canvas)
Detail of a fresco from the Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii, 2nd century B.C.E.
Luca Signorelli, The Antichrist with the Devil, detail from 'Sermon and Deeds of the Antichrist', Orvieto, ca. 1501
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