One of the first ADS (Atmospheric Diving Suit) by the Carmagnolle brothers, 1882. Musée National de la Marine, Paris.
Chester E. Macduffee next to his invention: an atmospheric diving suit weighing 250 kgs. Date: 1914.
Building a spiral turbine (1928, Germany). Photograph by Georg Pahl (Germany, 1900-1963).
Bow Cemetery- London, opened in 1841. Within 50 years a quarter million people were buried here / photo by Duncan George.
Abandoned. …Near the village of Braachaat, outside Antwerp, Belgium. The last photo shows a grotto-like cave under the mansion that may have been used as a bar in the past.
I've often thought that old cemeteries have a creepy, spooky atmosphere. Beautiful and peaceful places during daylight hours, but on cold winter evenings, when night begins to fall and the mist rolls in..... it's very different.
There's a place down at the end of the way. Travel at dark, you won't find it at day. It appears, then leaves like a shadow in the mist. Here now, gone the next, it won't even exist. -Hailie
Lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lessons 70 & 71 #MOHI70 #MOHI71
Statuette of Serapis Agathodaemon Bronze Egypt ,roman period National Archeol.Museum Athens
Statuette of a Personification of a City, 300–500. Late Roman or Byzantine. Copper alloy.