magictransistor:

Magic Transistor
magictransistor:

Bust of Tutankhamun Found in His Tomb, 1922. 
The head of Tutankhamun emerging from a child lotus flower evocation of the permanent regeneration of the King. The tomb of Tutankhamun (1340-1331 BC) was discovered by Howard Carter in November of 1922. The Pharaoh died at age 19, his mummy was layed in a coffin of solid gold, placed inside two wood coffins. These three coffins were in a sarcophagus with a lid of quartzite red granite. Around the sarcophagus, fit together into each other, 4 chapels of gilded wood which fully occupied the sarcophagus chamber.
urhajos:

Budi Kwan
lemaster:

23/7/14
sierenirak:

oldchum:

Parures Africaines
nemfrog:

Our Earth is peppered with some 20,000 tons of stardust a year. Scanned from Wonderland of Science. 1930s.
freakyfauna:

Remojadas Double-Faced, Triple-Eyed Head.
Found here.
kirgiakos:

via.magictransistor:

Joseph L. Bates. The Moon. 1860s.
justswampstuff:

German stowaway, 1911. Human scrimshaw. 
tattoohistorian:

Pre-order your copy of the forthcoming second edition of friend and colleague Amelia Klem Osterud’s fabulous book, The Tattooed Lady: A History, to find out more about this image: amzn.com/1589799968