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One of the first ADS (Atmospheric Diving Suit) by the Carmagnolle brothers, 1882. Musée National de la Marine, Paris.

“Atmospheric diving suit, built by the Carmagnolle brothers in Now at the Musée National de la Marine, Paris.

Bow Cemetery- London, opened in 1841. Within 50 years a quarter million people were buried here / photo by Duncan George.

Many setting for Gothic literature took place in a cemetery. This picture also shows emotion and could set the mood for the story. Bow Cemetery- London, opened in Within 50 years a quarter million people were buried here / photo by Duncan George.

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.

I& 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.

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

A sooty, foggy night in Victorian London. great atmosphere for horror and vampires - Phuoc Quan: Black and White painting I get an eerie sense from this photo, something like what our set will be.

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

The lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods // Royal Ontario Museum

Statuette of Serapis Agathodaemon Bronze Egypt  ,roman period National Archeol.Museum  Athens

Statuette of Serapis Agathodaemon. Bronze, Egypt , Roman period, National Archeology Museum, Athens This demonstrates how radical the changes were in Egyptian art were in the Greek Ptolemaic period and Roman Provincial period