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The 2010 Polish presidential election and the borders of the former German Empire (until 1918)

A haunting image of the ghost border in Poland, the results of the 2010 Parliamentary election compared with the borders of the German Empire

Religions and Language Families in Europe. [[MORE]]by…

Religions and Language Families in Europe. [[MORE]]by midnightrambulador “Europe: Pick Your Master Race Religion and language have been two of the most important factors in shaping cultural identities.

Alien: Covenant Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, members (Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup) of the colony ship Covenant discover an uncharted paradise with a threat beyond their imagination, and must attempt a harrowing escape.

Construire une voie romaine

Roman roads connected the remote corners of Europe to the heart of the Empire, the city of Rome. Road systems enabled not only the military, but also ideas, goods, and people to travel throughout Europe at a speed never experienced before.

Legionary, Late Roman Empire.

A Roman file leader of the fourth century. This legionary has a crest on his helmet, by this time no longer a sign of rank, and carries a later style oval shield. His weapons of choice are a spatha and a spear. His helmet is of Intercisa type.

Bronze statuette of the Roman fertility god Priapus, made in two parts (shown here in assembled and disassembled forms). This statuette has been dated to the late 1st century A.D. It was found in Rivery, in Picardy, France in 1771 and is the oldest Gallo-Roman object in the collection of the Museum of Picardy. This figurine represents the deity clothed in a "cuculus", a Gallic coat with hood. The upper section is detachable and conceals a phallus.

Gallo-Roman Bronze Priapus Statuette, Century AD This statuette is possibly a representation of the Roman fertility god Priapus, made in two parts (shown here in assembled and disassembled forms). It was found at Rivery, in Picardy, France in 1771