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I’m Liz. I study Art History, with particular interest in antiquity up until Early Medieval. I go to Canada a lot, I love the moon, I do tarot card readings for free. Thanks for visiting.
Posted on 17th Apr at 7:48 PM, with 80 note

howlingwolf13:

IMPORTANT!!!
Please help me out?
If you know of anyone in or around the lake city, Florida area who wants a deer head Chihuahua/ miniature pincher mix.

Please contact me howlingwolf13 ASAP she needs a home within the next few days!!!!!!

If she doesn’t get a good home she goes to the shelter in town and around 90% of animals that go in there don’t make it out….

She’s around 5-6 years old, her name is Sox, and she’s good with kids and all animals.

Please even if you don’t know anyone reblog because one of your followers might!!

Taggato: #florida,
Posted on 17th Apr at 7:42 PM, with 20.974 note
colleenclarkart:

I made a comic with pretty much the same punchline as this other comic I made maybe no one will notice
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colleenclarkart:

I made a comic with pretty much the same punchline as this other comic I made maybe no one will notice

Posted on 17th Apr at 7:39 PM, with 368 note
ancientromebuildings:

peashooter85:

No more glory for Rome
Between 400 and 500 AD, the population of Rome dropped from a half million residents to less than 50,000.  The city’s population did not fully recover until the early 20th century.

From below Aqua Claudia that brought water to Palatine hill, behind it temple of Claudius and Colosseum. Far left temple of Juppiter, Theatre of Marcellus and “stadium” where victorious troops gathered before triumphal procession.I would say that the large complex seen behind it (upper left corner) is theatre of Pompey where Caesar was slain.
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ancientromebuildings:

peashooter85:

No more glory for Rome

Between 400 and 500 AD, the population of Rome dropped from a half million residents to less than 50,000.  The city’s population did not fully recover until the early 20th century.

From below Aqua Claudia that brought water to Palatine hill, behind it temple of Claudius and Colosseum. Far left temple of Juppiter, Theatre of Marcellus and “stadium” where victorious troops gathered before triumphal procession.I would say that the large complex seen behind it (upper left corner) is theatre of Pompey where Caesar was slain.

Posted on 17th Apr at 7:34 PM, with 29.163 note

ronaldkn0x:

when i went to japan i got so many discounts from being from ohio cause they thought it was hilarious 

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