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Roman double bodied balsamarium, 4th century A.D. Private collection

Roman double bodied balsamarium, 4th century A.D. Private collection

Jar-with-male-figures-Probably-late-Naqada-I-–-early-Naqada-II- (ca. 3700–3450 BC) Provenance: unknown; purchased in Luxor by Jean Capart, 1909

Jar-with-male-figures-Probably-late-Naqada-I-–-early-Naqada-II- (ca. 3700–3450 BC) Provenance: unknown; purchased in Luxor by Jean Capart, 1909

Egyptian ram

Egyptian ram

C/T: Toku Art-Contemporary Japan ...Kako Katsumi, Japan.

C/T: Toku Art-Contemporary Japan ...Kako Katsumi, Japan.

Ancient Egyptian pottery

Ancient Egyptian pottery

For tonight and Wednesday we will do Seed Pods (dried or not) with Dark Flowers mixed in. Thank you for pinning with us ♥

For tonight and Wednesday we will do Seed Pods (dried or not) with Dark Flowers mixed in. Thank you for pinning with us ♥

Shaw's General Zoology - (Insects) - "MYRMELEON - DRAGON FLY" - Copper Engraving - 1805

Shaw's General Zoology - (Insects) - "MYRMELEON - DRAGON FLY" - Copper Engraving - 1805

beetle  www.lab333.com  https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863  http://www.labs333style.com  www.lablikes.tumblr.com  www.pinterest.com/labstyle

beetle www.lab333.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 http://www.labs333style.com www.lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Looper Moth Caterpillars Atewa Range Print By Piotr Naskrecki

Looper Moth Caterpillars Atewa Range Print By Piotr Naskrecki

Veiled Lady Mushroom (Phallus indusiatus) can be found in gardens and woodlands in southern Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia. This edible and rather healthful mushroom is used in Chinese cuisine. The cap is coated in a greenish-brown slime that contains spores -- the slime attracts flies and insects that help disperse the spores

Veiled Lady Mushroom (Phallus indusiatus) can be found in gardens and woodlands in southern Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Australia. This edible and rather healthful mushroom is used in Chinese cuisine. The cap is coated in a greenish-brown slime that contains spores -- the slime attracts flies and insects that help disperse the spores