'And Then I Remembered My Charlemagne...'

Archaeologist who loves: Star Wars. Comic Books. Romans. Classic Horror. Punk Rock. The Muppets. Blink 182. Football. Late Antiquity. Transformers. Classic Comedy. Legoz.
Unless I say otherwise, all the pictures of ancient history/archaeology stuff I post are not my own. Ergo, please don't sue me.

thisismyitaly:

Ostuni - Puglia

thisismyitaly:

Ostuni - Puglia

nerdragefilms:

Batman Film Noir Art

These Film Noir imaginations of these characters were done by Henrik Sahlstrom.  I’d love to…

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aquilasaurus:

IV century roman mosaics inside the Mausoleum of Santa Costanza, monumental complex of St. Agnes Outside the Walls, Rome

Built by Costantina, daughter of Costantin I, as a mausoleum near the basilica erected above the catacombs of St. Agnes , it would later become known as the church of Santa Costanza, when Constantina was venerated as saint.

Catacombs also live nearby. Good luck getting them to let you in, though.

(Source: irefiordiligi, via ancientromebuildings)

hotcosplaychicks:

You only have 6 hours left to (Get this shirt here) and enjoy knowing you helped keep beautiful costumed heroines pictures flowing.

hotcosplaychicks:

You only have 6 hours left to (Get this shirt here) and enjoy knowing you helped keep beautiful costumed heroines pictures flowing.

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brianmichaelbendis:

Watchmen by Dave Gibbons

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jamesfitz789:

End of the year, so time for some university nostalgia.  These were drawn for the Reading University newspaper, Spark, circa ‘back in the day’ (2008-11).

There’s a fair few kicking around, but these are the best of the bunch.  And as my laptop isn’t long for this world, it doubly makes sense to stick them on here.

vcrfl:

Giovanni Paolo Pannini: Interior of the Pantheon, 1732.

vcrfl:

Giovanni Paolo Pannini: Interior of the Pantheon, 1732.

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sassy-cersei:

By Anna Rettberg