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Batia Suter | Parallel Encyclopedia (2007)

Batia Suter | Parallel Encyclopedia (2007)

"Forensic analysis of the range of human motion regarding the selection of books from shelves" illustration from Frederick Kiesler' "Architecture as Biotechnique." - Ptak Science Books

Frederick Kiesler – Forensic analysis of the range of human motion regarding the selection of books from shelves, 1939

Polygraphie et universelle escriture cabalistique - Johannes Trithemius (1561)

Polygraphie et universelle escriture cabalistique - Johannes Trithemius (1561)

I like the graceful quality of the hand.

ICXC blessing - love the illustration, want to find the Trinitarian blessing in this style of illustration

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified.  They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the Egyptian Goddess Bastet

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This shade of eau de nil green is delicious, and would work really well in a or bathroom as a wall colour to compliment a monochrome bathroom print.

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