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curvyswervydames:

Round Hipped Sexy ::  Looks like one of those synthetic stone counter-tops
inneroptics:

Brookelynne Ed Ross 
art-is-art-is-art:

Head of a Woman with the Horns of a Ram, Jean Léon Gérôme
damnyoulauren:


Belladonna of Sadness 1973, Eiichi Yamamoto

I wanna get this tattooed on me. Soon
labellefilleart:

Portrait of the artist’s wife, Marie Fargues, in Turkish dress, Jean-Étienne Liotard

With the rise of modern critical history, Troy and the Trojan War were consigned to the realms of legend. 
In the 1870s, archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann excavated a hill called Hissarlik in the Ottoman Empire. Here he discovered the ruins of a series of ancient cities, dating from the Bronze Age to the Roman period. Schliemann declared one of these cities to be the city of Troy, and this identification was widely accepted at that time.
Schliemann smuggled Priam’s Treasure out of Anatolia. The officials were informed when his wife, Sophia, wore the “Jewels of Helen” for the public in a now-famous photograph.  [x]
theoddcollection:

Nope. Nope nope.