Anna Kowalczyk

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Авторская работа Ивана и Ирины Карпухиных

Авторская работа Ивана и Ирины Карпухиных

storia della Ginecologia Ostetricia, histoire de la Ginecologie et obstétrique, history of gynecologie and ob.Interessante immagine di un intervento di taglio cesareo tratta dall'Enciclopedia Medica Italiana - 1880. Si può notare la totale assenza di asepsi e l'anestesia ad etere somministrata con un erogatore goccia a goccia

storia della Ginecologia Ostetricia, histoire de la Ginecologie et obstétrique, history of gynecologie and ob.Interessante immagine di un intervento di taglio cesareo tratta dall'Enciclopedia Medica Italiana - 1880. Si può notare la totale assenza di asepsi e l'anestesia ad etere somministrata con un erogatore goccia a goccia

A reminder of what Women's Health Care once was. Can we please not go back to the Comstock era? Read the 1st Amendment Defense Act. Yep. They want to begin by making sex between 2 unmarried adults illegal. The Act is Pence's 'baby.'

A reminder of what Women's Health Care once was. Can we please not go back to the Comstock era? Read the Amendment Defense Act. They want to begin by making sex between 2 unmarried adults illegal.

Robert Grosseteste (1170-1253)

The phrase “medieval glass” evokes images of stained glass windows. This is the first exhibition in the United States devoted to glass made for the use of popes, princes, and peasants in the Middle Ages. - The Corning Museum of Glass ~

Beaker This is one of several glass fragments found in a chalk-lined cesspit in the goldsmiths' quarter of London. Altogether, at least eight vessels were found in the cesspit, all beakers for wine, decorated in coloured enamel. The designs include figures of saints, a pelican, and shields. On this example is an inscription around the rim: '...STERBA...', part of the maker's name, 'Master Bartholomew'.  Production Date: Medieval; 1290-1325

Beaker This is one of several glass fragments found in a chalk-lined cesspit in the goldsmiths' quarter of London. Altogether, at least eight vessels were found in the cesspit, all beakers for wine, decorated in coloured enamel. The designs include figures of saints, a pelican, and shields. On this example is an inscription around the rim: '...STERBA...', part of the maker's name, 'Master Bartholomew'. Production Date: Medieval; 1290-1325

Beaker This is one of several glass fragments found in a chalk-lined cesspit in the goldsmiths' quarter of London. Altogether, at least eight vessels were found in the cesspit, all beakers for wine, decorated in coloured enamel. The designs include figures of saints, a pelican, and shields. On this example half-length figures of haloed saints, flanked by plants and separated by columns supporting triangular spandrels have been painted.  Production Date: Medieval; 1290-1325

Beaker This is one of several glass fragments found in a chalk-lined cesspit in the goldsmiths' quarter of London. Altogether, at least eight vessels were found in the cesspit, all beakers for wine, decorated in coloured enamel. The designs include figures of saints, a pelican, and shields. On this example half-length figures of haloed saints, flanked by plants and separated by columns supporting triangular spandrels have been painted. Production Date: Medieval; 1290-1325

Marriage Beaker Marriage Beaker, late 1400s Italy, Venice, late 15th century opaque glass (milk glass or lattimo), enameled, Overall - h:10.20 w:7.40 cm (h:4 w:2 7/8 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1955.70

Marriage Beaker Marriage Beaker, late 1400s Italy, Venice, late 15th century opaque glass (milk glass or lattimo), enameled, Overall - h:10.20 w:7.40 cm (h:4 w:2 7/8 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1955.70

Fabulous creature? This brooch probably originates from the 16th to 17th centuries. The body consists of hollow pearls and the garnets are possibly of Bohemian origin. Despite a seal-like appearance the creature’s tiny cloven hooves, below, suggest the representation of a sheep.

This brooch probably originates from the to centuries. The body consists of hollow pearls and the garnets are possibly of Bohemian origin. Despite a seal-like appearance the creature’s tiny cloven hooves suggest the representation of a sheep

To a very rare and at the same time to a very interesting pieces of Bohemian Renaissance enamel-paintings on glass counts sceneries of glassworks as it looked after 1650

To a very rare and at the same time to a very interesting pieces of Bohemian Renaissance enamel-paintings on glass counts sceneries of glassworks as it looked after 1650