reallyreallyreallytrying:

yo i ain’t saying she’s a gold-digger but she does carry a weird pan everywhere and keep mumbling stuff about “gold in them there hills” idk so yeah she is probably a gold digger

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unicornukraine:

Coat of arms of an unidentified owner; armorial shield surrounded by collar of the Order of Saint Michel and surmounted by a helmet developing into acanthus leaves, and unicorn’s head; a unicorn on each side Engraving. ​1610-1651

unicornukraine:

Coat of arms of an unidentified owner; armorial shield surrounded by collar of the Order of Saint Michel and surmounted by a helmet developing into acanthus leaves, and unicorn’s head; a unicorn on each side Engraving. ​1610-1651

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unicornukraine:

Royal Arms. ​A coat of arms with a crowned lion at left and unicorn at right, a helmet surmounted by a small lion above, with flourishes on either side; after Landseer. 1840 Woodcut

unicornukraine:

Royal Arms. ​A coat of arms with a crowned lion at left and unicorn at right, a helmet surmounted by a small lion above, with flourishes on either side; after Landseer. 1840 Woodcut

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unicornukraine:

Title page to a tract entitled “De Ontdekte Eenhoorn”, no. 37 in the series entitled “Esopus in Europa”; in the centre, an etching showing a rhinoceros, hippopotamus, crocodile, snake and tiger under attack from a group of lions led by a unicorn. 1702

unicornukraine:

Title page to a tract entitled “De Ontdekte Eenhoorn”, no. 37 in the series entitled “Esopus in Europa”; in the centre, an etching showing a rhinoceros, hippopotamus, crocodile, snake and tiger under attack from a group of lions led by a unicorn. 1702

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kardiologn:

Depiction of a scene in a City pageant of 1690; the figure of Justice, holding scales, in a chariot pulled by two unicorns, each ridden by a black figure; two female figures at the front of the chariot, and two winged figures with trumpets on top of the chariot. Etching

kardiologn:

Depiction of a scene in a City pageant of 1690; the figure of Justice, holding scales, in a chariot pulled by two unicorns, each ridden by a black figure; two female figures at the front of the chariot, and two winged figures with trumpets on top of the chariot. Etching

I had a weird dream last night. In it, this Jewish girl named Sophia Black was living in Germany during the time that Jews were being persecuted. For some reason, she was an orphan living with a foster family, and she was pregnant. Once she had the baby and someone adopted it, the whole pregnancy scandal allowed her neighbors to know who she was, and she was afraid they would find out she was Jewish. So she left home, found her long-lost brother, and they started trading books and movies for food, while hiding. At some point, she got pregnant again with no explanation, and gave birth again. There was all of this imagery of her body being torn to pieces, but all that was really happening was that she was giving birth. And the baby died. 

The whole dream was told as if it were a book I was reading, and the chapters were interspersed with ones about a different girl giving her opinion on Sophia’s story several years later. The book ended with her thinking about how no one knew what had ultimately happened to Sophia Black. And since Sophia’s story was given no real ending, it gave the impression that the girl who was telling the story WAS Sophia going under a different name. 

It made no sense.

dreams

kardiologn:

Giovanni di Paolo (c1399-1482) - Baptism of Christerhaps by Liberale da verona (c1445-1527/9) - Triumph of Chastity, 1470s. 

kardiologn:

Giovanni di Paolo (c1399-1482) - Baptism of Christerhaps by Liberale da verona (c1445-1527/9) - Triumph of Chastity, 1470s.