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Human skull decorated with a polychromic mosaic • Mixtec-Aztec, Mexico • 1300-1521 A.D. • Tessels of turquoise, hematite and tumbaga gold sheets • H. 14.5 cm • Private collection

virtual-artifacts:

Human skull decorated with a polychromic mosaic • Mixtec-Aztec, Mexico • 1300-1521 A.D. • Tessels of turquoise, hematite and tumbaga gold sheets • H. 14.5 cm • Private collection

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peashooter85:

An ornate 6 shot wheel-lock revolving musket decorated with gold, silver, ivory, and bone.  Originates from Russia, 16th century, possibly restored or added onto in the 18th or 19th century.

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cosmic-narwhaal:

In Michigan we don’t say, “I love you,” we say, “I would share my fudge with you,” which approximately translates into, “I am willing to let you have a piece of the thing that I wait all year to get from a very specific shop on a very small island in a very big lake which costs seven dollars a pound.” and I think that’s beautiful.

I live in Michigan and can assure everyone that this is 100% accurate.

Maybe this is just a troll thing because I have never heard a Yooper say this. The equivalent might be “Here, have a pasty and a beer.” or “I made some sausages from the deer I shot, try some.”

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