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Gorgeous Vintage Maps of the Mississippi River’s Path Over Time:  map4

Gorgeous Vintage Maps of the Mississippi River’s Path Over Time

Mississippi Meander Maps that were created by the Army Corps of Engineers in the and specifically by Dr. Harold Fisk, to trace th. There's no measure of time

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Hans Sebald Behem - Sol, the Sun

(Hans) Sebald Beham, Sol, the Sun. The Seven Planets with the Signs of the Zodiac.

the fountain of invocation

Pictura of Paradin, Claude: Devises heroïques Fons invocantis. This pictura is associated with a different motto in the 1551 edition, ’‘D’AUTRE PROVIENT’.

Sloth (Die Trakait), from The Seven Vices, in Holzschnitte alter Meister gedruckt von den Originalstöcken der Sammlung Derschau im besitz des Staatlichen Kupferstich-kabinetts zu Berlin

Sloth (Die Trakait), from The Seven Vices, in Holzschnitte alter Meister…

Pictura of Paradin, Claude: Devises heroïques (1557): Quò tendis?

Lyon : Ian de Tournes et Guil Gazeau, Page Notes Ihyphallic, winged creature with a snake tail; a fearsome adumbration of psycho-sexual obsession.

Puget de la Serre, "The Mirrour which flatters not" *1639) frontispiece engraved by John Payne,

Puget de la Serre, "The Mirrour which flatters not" frontispiece engraved by John Payne,

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Alchemy: Woodcut from Theosophical view for by Leonhardt Thurneysser zum Thurn, An Alchemy artwork.

“Qui me sibi junxit amores abstulit” from "Devises royales" (1621) – Adrian d’Amboise

“Qui me sibi junxit amores abstulit” from "Devises royales" – Adrian d’Amboise

4238. Exactly why he wanted to run away he could not have said, but Otis and the Rooster noticed his embittered frustration in his description of his luxurious, opulent life.

one of the classic symbols of alchemy - the green lion devouring the sun. As with most of the striking, and to the modern mind, somewhat 'surreal' images which populate these works, they have a bewildering range of possible meanings. Alchemy and Magik

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Skull Crowned with Snakes and Flowers, for the Duchess of Malfi and the White Devil by John Webster Henry Weston Keen (British, Date: ca. 1930 Medium: Pen and ink, and wash, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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