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danedaily:

Lucien, at this point in his life, was a really troubled soul, he had a lot of feelings inside him he didn’t know what to do with and I think that it wasn’t an evil part of him that committed his murder, it was just a confused, overwhelmed part of him.

26 July with 3,889 notes · via ginnsberg ©danedaily
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armanarlert:

if u know ur myers briggs personality type please check this out it is literally the coolest thing ever 

25 July with 234 notes · via ginnsberg ©imsirius

"I hate myself in interviews. All of a sudden, you stop and you’re like, ‘Chris, how dare you?’ I don’t live in Darfur. I have both legs. But you can’t walk around all the time being like, ‘I’m so grateful I’m not in Darfur.’" ― Chris Evans

25 July with 62,531 notes · via pureblud ©englishsnow
archaicwonder:

Extremely Rare Argonaut CoinA Bronze Chalkous from Iolkos, Thessaly, Greece, c. 4th century BCThe coin shows the head of Artemis Iolkia wearing an earring with her hair in a bun. The reverse reads ΙΩΛΚΙΩΝ under the prow of the famed Argonaut’s ship, the Argo. It has a branch attached to the stem post. Less than 6 known examples of this coin exist. This week, according to the Sothic cycle of the Egyptians, was the launch date of the Argo (July 20, 1262 BC) and the start of Jason and the Argonaut’s journey from Iolcos to Colchis to attain the Golden Fleece.The site of ancient Iolcos is located in the modern village of Dimini where a Mycenaean palace was excavated.

archaicwonder:

Extremely Rare Argonaut Coin

A Bronze Chalkous from Iolkos, Thessaly, Greece, c. 4th century BC

The coin shows the head of Artemis Iolkia wearing an earring with her hair in a bun. The reverse reads ΙΩΛΚΙΩΝ under the prow of the famed Argonaut’s ship, the Argo. It has a branch attached to the stem post. Less than 6 known examples of this coin exist.

This week, according to the Sothic cycle of the Egyptians, was the launch date of the Argo (July 20, 1262 BC) and the start of Jason and the Argonaut’s journey from Iolcos to Colchis to attain the Golden Fleece.

The site of ancient Iolcos is located in the modern village of Dimini where a Mycenaean palace was excavated.
25 July with 43 notes · via burnsherlock ©archaicwonder
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