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Totalny Model Sprzedaży - Artur Bartosiński

Totalny Model Sprzedaży - Artur Bartosiński

Best Easter Nail Designs for Girls | Young Craze

Best Easter Nail Designs for Girls | Young Craze

centuriespast: “ Memento Mori ring Late 17th century Purchased in Paris The Ashmolean Museum ”

centuriespast: “ Memento Mori ring Late 17th century Purchased in Paris The Ashmolean Museum ”

Stylized “Venus” figurines carved in ivory, Aurignacian-Gravettian (c. 24,800 bce), from Dolní Věstonice, Mikulov, Moravia, Czech Republic; ...

Stylized “Venus” figurines carved in ivory, Aurignacian-Gravettian (c. 24,800 bce), from Dolní Věstonice, Mikulov, Moravia, Czech Republic; ...

NEOLITHIC - Reconstruction of  Çatal Höyük , c. 6000 - 5900 BCE, was an early Neolithic town in Anatolia (Turkey). A large settlement, said to have 3000-8000 inhabitants at its peak, it lasted some 1200 years, in equality, peace, and surprising levels of prosperity and comfort.

NEOLITHIC - Reconstruction of Çatal Höyük , c. 6000 - 5900 BCE, was an early Neolithic town in Anatolia (Turkey). A large settlement, said to have 3000-8000 inhabitants at its peak, it lasted some 1200 years, in equality, peace, and surprising levels of prosperity and comfort.

A NORDIC STONE AXE HEAD   NEOLITHIC PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C.   Speckled gray in color, the convex sides tapering to the sharp rounded cutting edge, the shaft hole smoothly drilled, with a blunt butt  7 in. (17.8 cm.) long

A NORDIC STONE AXE HEAD NEOLITHIC PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH MILLENNIUM B.C. Speckled gray in color, the convex sides tapering to the sharp rounded cutting edge, the shaft hole smoothly drilled, with a blunt butt 7 in. (17.8 cm.) long

A Mesolithic amber amulet in the form of a bear. (National Museum of Denmark)

A Mesolithic amber amulet in the form of a bear. (National Museum of Denmark)

Venus of Laussel (20,000 − 18,000 BCE): Discovered in 1911 by physician J. G. Lalanne. The figure is found in a rock shelter, carved onto a piece of fallen limestone.

Venus of Laussel (20,000 − 18,000 BCE): Discovered in 1911 by physician J. G. Lalanne. The figure is found in a rock shelter, carved onto a piece of fallen limestone.

Reconstruction of a paleolithic mammoth bone house found in Ukraine.

Reconstruction of a paleolithic mammoth bone house found in Ukraine.

Carved Viking stone with runes at Borg Museum, Lofoten, Norway Photo credit: © Zbynek Burival/iStockphoto

Carved Viking stone with runes at Borg Museum, Lofoten, Norway Photo credit: © Zbynek Burival/iStockphoto