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Middle Age & Alchemy Medieval Art

Hand-colored version of Theodor de Bry’s engraving of a Pict woman (a member of an ancient Celtic people from Scotland). De Bry’s engraving, “The True Picture of a Women Picte.

Viking

Norse warrior - trouble with the rains is that we miss out on vikings in t'snow innit.

another version of tattooed lady

another version of tattooed lady

Pict warriors: Engravings by Theodore de Bry’s based on paintings by John White found on dornai.com.

The Picts were mediaeval Celtic warriors (both male & female) who fought naked, covered in tattoos of Pictish symbolism.

Interesting Pretties: Boccaccio's Famous Women

"Why do you always have to draw attention to your boobs like that, huh, Irene? It's really slutty-looking, and the whole 'lion eating your abs' thing is so

Frace 1375, Arming up 1 (also great source of military manuscript images)

Nice fabric borders at neck and hem on her gown. Nice lines on his gambeson as well. 1969 Le Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine Folio: From: Toulouse, France Holding Institution: Heidelberg University Library

Hand-coloured engraving of a Pictish woman warrior

Archaeologists want your help to dig up ancient Pictish kingdom

Hand-coloured engraving of a Pictish woman warrior.

Egyptian Feline Goddess Bastet Statue Ubasti Figurine - I can't get enough of Egyptian statues..may have to make a separate board!

Egyptian Feline Goddess Bastet Statue Ubasti Figurine 10" Tall Bronze Patina

Daughter of RA, BAST was originally a lion-headed Sun Goddess of Protection The nurturing instincts of mothering cats came to be associated with BAST's protective care and she developed a reputation as a Mother Goddess.

Picts - Scotland Brief History

Tattoo History - Pictish Warrior Tattoos - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Pictish horsewoman warrior.

Celtic Women Warriors-Famous Celtic heroines in history. Pictures of Celtic females with swords and axes.

“The Trvve Picture of a Yonge Dowgter of the Pictes.” Theodor de Bry’s engraving of a young Pict woman (a member of an ancient Celtic people...

The Trvve Picture of a Yonge Dowgter of the Pictes.” Theodor de Bry’s engraving of a young Pict woman (a member of an ancient Celtic people from Scotland), published in Thomas Hariot’s 1588 book A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia.

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