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  1. westsoy:

Chews Plants.
.gif courtesy of our comrade in arts Matthias Brown for traceloops

    westsoy:

    Chews Plants.

    .gif courtesy of our comrade in arts Matthias Brown for traceloops

     
     
  2. "God spared us all. That is a sign that we must join together to achieve our goal."

     
     
  3. vyles-ray:

    Riario’s reaction to his first naked woman.

    [ Tette = Boobies in Italian ]

     
     
  4. lovevioletworld:

    today I saw this →http://blake-ritson-love.tumblr.com/post/80395310143/bear-mccreary-da-vincis-demons-composer-blake

    then…..

    I couldn’t stop myself!!!!!!!!

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
     
  5. davincisdemons-free-spirit-arise:

    Da Vinci’s Demons S2 Costume Design

     
     
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  7. blackpaint20:

A horned witch, 18th centuryFrench SchoolPrivate Collection

    blackpaint20:

    A horned witch, 18th century
    French School
    Private Collection

     
     
  8. davincisitalia:

Buon Compleanno Leonardo da Vinci per i tuoi 562 anni! Tanti Auguri da tutti i fans di Da Vinci’s Demons!

    davincisitalia:

    Buon Compleanno Leonardo da Vinci per i tuoi 562 anni! Tanti Auguri da tutti i fans di Da Vinci’s Demons!

     
     
  9. art-of-swords:

    Hand-and-a-Half Sword

    • Dated: circa 1475-1500
    • Culture: Italian
    • Medium: partially etched and gilded steel, copper alloy [blade]; iron, wood, velvet, cord [hilt]
    • Measurements: overall length: 46 3/4 inches (118.7 cm). Pommel: 3 1/4 × 1 1/8 × 3 3/4 inches (8.3 × 2.9 × 9.5 cm). Width (Quillons): 11 15/16 inches (30.4 cm). Depth (Quillon Block): 3/4 inches (1.9 cm). Blade: 2 11/16 × 37 1/16 inches (6.8 × 94.2 cm)

    This is one of the finest knightly swords surviving from the late fifteenth century. Particularly outstanding are the mighty forms and harmonious proportions of its pommel and blade, the embellishment of the latter with delicate etched and gilt ornaments, and the overall condition of the entire sword, which retains its original velvet-covered grip.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 Philadelphia Museum of Art

     
     
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