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Les surréaliste illustrations la recherche médiévale « blessure homme » ont été utilisées pour enseigner aux savants et médecins sur les

Wound Man, mid century, Venice from London’s Wellcome Library’s collection of medieval anatomy diagrams. This wound man hails from the and offers all sorts of valuable advice on how to remove swords from his torso and extremities.

Pompeii

In the year 79 AD, Italy& Mt. Vesuvius erupted with superheated ash that rained fiery death on several Roman cities nearby. But none was hit harder than vacation town Pompeii, which was buried in a thick layer of broiling ash in a matter of seconds.

Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

Erotic Roman coins believed to have been used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels. According to Suetonius, carrying a ring or a coin bearing the emperor's image into a latrine or brothel could be the basis for an accusation of treason (maiestas) under Tiberius. Under Caracalla, an equestrian was sentenced to death for bringing a coin with the emperor's likeness into a brothel; he was spared only by the emperor's own death.

Roman coins of this time period were used as token for entrance in Roman brothels. The coin @ the bottom of the page (Roman - is that the best coin-?- At any rate these things are -true look it up yourself !

Ancient & Medieval History Roman Tintinnabulum, C. 100 BC - 400 AD In ancient Rome, a tintinnabulum was a wind chime or assemblage of bells. A tintinnabulum often took the form of a bronze phallic figure or fascinum, a magico-religious phallus thought to ward off the evil eye and bring good fortune and prosperity. Tintinnabula were hung in the doorways of houses and shops, often together with a lamp, as a protection against evil spirits. The name comes from the inclusion of bells that would

archaicwonder: “ Roman Tintinnabulum, C. 100 BC - 400 AD In ancient Rome, a tintinnabulum was a wind chime or assemblage of bells. A tintinnabulum often took the form of a bronze phallic figure or.