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The April Fool consigned to Infamy and Ridicule, 1 April 1801, James Gillray. (Victoria & Albert Museum)

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The April Fool consigned to Infamy and Ridicule, 1 April 1801, James Gillray. (Victoria & Albert Museum)

Psalm 53 (circa 1460-1470), Book of Hours, Use of Sarum, and Psalter. Flemish manuscript, British Library, Harley 3000 f. 189. A fool with his master.

Psalm 53 (circa 1460-1470), Book of Hours, Use of Sarum, and Psalter. Flemish manuscript, British Library, Harley 3000 f. 189. A fool with his master.

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The iconography of Justitia/Justice. (Yale Law Library via Flickr.com)

The iconography of Justitia/Justice. (Yale Law Library via Flickr.com)

Had supper with Mike and his wife in Vegas, went on to loose some money together at the table(thanks Rod and Michelle). my favourite part starts at 4:23 in this video

Had supper with Mike and his wife in Vegas, went on to loose some money together at the table(thanks Rod and Michelle). my favourite part starts at 4:23 in this video

Agreement on the Royal Succession  Grigory Musikiysky    1717    Painted enamel on copper    10.8 x 8.2 cm    This miniature is of great interest from both historical and artistic points of view. In addition to Peter I and his wife Catherine (later Catherine I), it also shows the Tsarevich, Pyotr Petrovich.

Agreement on the Royal Succession Grigory Musikiysky 1717 Painted enamel on copper 10.8 x 8.2 cm This miniature is of great interest from both historical and artistic points of view. In addition to Peter I and his wife Catherine (later Catherine I), it also shows the Tsarevich, Pyotr Petrovich.

Seated allegorical female figure representing the muse of Poetry, holding a lyre, after the fresco by Raphael on the ceiling above Parnassus; final state with title and address.  c.1780 engraving. (British Museum)

Seated allegorical female figure representing the muse of Poetry, holding a lyre, after the fresco by Raphael on the ceiling above Parnassus; final state with title and address. c.1780 engraving. (British Museum)

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