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Dylon Chandler by Lawrence Cortez
As we’re counting down the precious days of summer, the last thing we want to be doing is washing dishes. Now’s the time to maximize our time with friends, summer projects and yes, even our Netflix queue. But we also take dinnertime very seriously, so even those simple recipes better be delicious …Recipes
Last night’s Perseid Meteor Shower captivated stargazers from Austria to Nantucket—which means, naturally, it’s all over Instagram.
Up for a little stargazing of your own? While the early morning hours of August 13 were the peak time to spot the shooting stars, they can still be seen through August, …
Our picks for great getaways that the whole family will love.
It’s August. Labor Day looms like clouds ushering in a new cycle of Real Life—school lunches, schlepping to activities, homework, routine. Though your lazy summer days are numbered, cheer up: You have three full weeks to plan and execute …Horses
By College Tourist; Author: Shannon Kelly, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Must see destinations in the Land Down Under
I was lucky enough to study abroad this past semester at The University of Melbourne. During my four months on exchange, I was able to live like a local in Melbourne, and …Australian Art
By College Tourist; Author: Sarah Dougherty, University of Alabama
Whether you have a semester, week, or quick weekend in Sevilla, I've mapped out some of the "must-dos" for experiencing the Spirit of this beautiful city.
While I had the chance to spend 3 and a half months in beautiful Sevilla, …Sevilla FC
By College Tourist; Author: Marilyn La Jeunesse, New York University
Proof that you can experience the true nature of a city by visiting it's tourist traps.
In a world where people live fast-paced lives, and the buildings around us become bigger and shinier, it's nice to find a place with a sense of …Prague
Submitted by Michael Woolley
Oxford historian Christopher Tyerman talks to us about his new book How to Plan a Crusade. Meanwhile, we pay a visit to …Middle Ages
When Henry’s third consort, Jane Seymour, gave birth to Edward in 1537, Henry’s strenuous and revolutionary efforts to secure a male royal succession …
history-museum:Steelyard balance with bronze hook for hanging goods to weigh and acorn counterweight decorated with stripes at top, artif…
Steelyard balance with bronze hook for hanging goods to weigh and acorn counterweight decorated with stripes at top, artifact uncovered in Pompeii, Campania, Italy, Roman Civilization, 1st century. [378x600]
Roman Mechanical Hand-held Arrow Shooter
Belgium (c. 1500-18)
Hercules Knot Buckle
325 BC - 300 BC
fishstickmonkey:Andrea Amati “King” cello (mid-1500s), National Music Museum collection (photo courtesy National Music Museum) (via…
Andrea Amati “King” cello (mid-1500s), National Music Museum collection (photo courtesy National Music Museum)
The Adoration of the Magi
Netherlands/Flanders (c. 1600)
618-907 C.E. – Statue depicting a horse and rider in green glazed ceramic, dating to the Tang Dynasty.
McClung museum of Natural History and Culture
Philip III Tetradrachm - New Photo Technique
Italian or Spanish velvet,
history-museum:Egyptian funerary amulet in the shape of a djed, the symbol of stability, which was placed on a mummy to aid the deceased …
Egyptian funerary amulet in the shape of a djed, the symbol of stability, which was placed on a mummy to aid the deceased in the afterlife (Persian Period, 525-400 BCE) [1025x1200]
A silver drachm stuck under Ariarathes I, circa 333-322 BC at the Gaziura mint. The obverse shows Baal of Gaziura seated holding a grape bunch, a grain ear, and an eagle in his right hand, a lotus-tipped scepter in his left; inscribed with B’L GZYR (in Aramaic) to the right. The reverse of the drachm shows a griffin attacking a stag. The god Baal is believed to be of Phoenician origin. He was a responsible for the welfare of the earth and the regularity of rainfall; god of storms and of the sky.
Michał Baryza by Wojciech Jachyra for EksMagazyn