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Montparnasse Cemetery (Cimetière du Montparnasse) is a cemetery in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris, in the city's 14th arrondissement. The cemetery is roughly 47 acres and is the second largest cemetery in Paris.The cemetery has over 35,000 graves and approximately a thousand people are buried here each year. The cemetery contains 35,000 plots and is the resting place to a variety of individuals including political figures, philosophers, artists, actors, and writers. Additionally, in the cemetery one can find a number of tombs commemorating those who died in the Franco-Prussian war during the Siege of Paris (1870-1871) and the Paris Commune (1871). . . . . #shutterbug #photography #photo #travel #travelphotography #travelgram #travels #travelchannel #natgeo #natgeotravel #worldtraveler #photojournalism #canonusa #5dmarkiv #paris #france #cemetery #montparnasse #cimetiere #dead #grave #tomb


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The Hue Imperial City was one of the most important political centres of the country. It’s about more than just the history of Hue – this was essentially the Vietnam Imperial City! • • • • #imperial #citylife #hue #vietnam #heritage #dynasty #gate #vietnamamazingtours #history #culture #citadel #politics #time #travel #vietnamtravel #vietnamholiday #travelphotography #unique #beautiful #photography #travelvietnam #asia #traveling #palace #king #tomb #holiday


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Wladyslaw Konrad, died 23 years old in 1918. Warsaw, Poland. #cemetery #tombphotography #cemeterylovers #graveyard #graveyardphotography #cemeteryphotography #vintagephoto #tombstone #taphophilia #taphophile #taphophilias_only #tombstonephotography #tomb #voodoo_society #posthumous_portraits #vintageman #aj_graveyards #graveyard_freaks #entropy_to_epitaphs #masters_of_darkness #the_dead_things_society


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Aracnus was a powerful magician in life who had dominance over many beasts. He sought life beyond death, so to preserve his life his followers mummified him and buried him beneath the earth in a den of his most sacred beasts; spiders. Wanting to ensure their master’s life, several of his chosen believers buried themselves with him so that when he arose in his new form, he could feed. I really hope you guys like the new map. I had never made a tomb before and I had also never used copic markers before. I think they add just enough depth to really make the map pop. That being said, I look forward to sharing more of Irion’s lore and maps with you; new and improved! #inktober #inktober52 #inktober2020 #dnd #dndmap #dndmaps #dungeonsanddragons #map #mapmaking #handdrawnmap #irion #cartography #campaignsetting #homebrew #drawing #art #penandink #micronpen #rpg #rpgmap #rpgmaps #fantasy @inktober #copicmarkers #spider #tomb #mummification #mummy


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A beautiful solo performance within the Treasury of Atreus or Tomb of Agamemnon. This large tholos or beehive tomb on Panagitsa Hill at Mycenae, Greece, was constructed during the Bronze Age around 1250 BC. The stone lintel above the doorway weighs 120 tons! . . 🔉Follow: @ancientdestinations ▶️#ancientdestinations 📽 @vkorost ▶️ www.ancientdestinations.com


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Deep within the mountains all across the Korean peninsula you come across these lonely burial mounds. Many are several centuries old, taking you back through time to ancient dynasties. Their ancestors chose the spot well. Quiet, peaceful, and despite the madness in the world nearby - viruses, heavy industry, hatred, pollution, fear - look a little harder and pockets of beauty and serenity remain. @jfpennauthor @thecreativepennofficial I thought you might like this... graves and hiking... great combo ☠️🥾 . . . #ulsan #korea #tomb #burial #hiking #mountain #dynasty #울산 #silla #koreahiking #yeomposan #염포산


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The most famous tomb from ancient Egypt is that of the New Kingdom Tutankhamun (1336-1327 BCE) which was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922 CE.Tutankhamun died before the age of 20 and had not yet amassed the kinds of riches great kings like Khufu or Thutmose III or Seti I or Ramesses II would have had.The riches buried with a king like Khufu would have been far greater and more opulent than anything in Tutankhamun’s tomb. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🔊tag someone you want visit valley of the kings to see Tomb of Tutankhamen with him /her . ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #egyptpeople #visitafrica #visiterlafrique #igersegypt #visitegypt #myegypt #egyptian #madeinegypt #egypte #speechlessplaces #egipto #cairo #bbctravel #tlpicks #cairoegypt #tomb #tutankhamun #egyptshots #gizapyramids #giza #pyramids #ancientegypt #travelcommunity #luxor #art #letsgoeverywhere #travelcouple #history


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1860, Photograph of the Ranjit Singh's Tomb, Lahore from the Brandreth Collection: 'Views in Simla, Cashmere and the Punjaub' taken by an unknown photographer in the 1860s. Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780-1839), known as the 'Lion of the Punjab' was one of the most celebrated rulers in India, he persuaded rival Sikh chieftans to unite forming the first Sikh Kingdom of Punjab. Gujranwala was their headquarters until Ranjit Singh captured Lahore in 1799 and made that his capital. Ranjit Singh's tomb or samadhi in Lahore was started by his son Kharak Singh on the spot he was cremated and completed by Dalip Singh in 1848. With it's with gilded fluted domes and cupolas and an ornate baulstrade round the top, it is an excellent example of Sikh architecture. Ranjit Singh's ashes are contained in a marble urn in the shape of a lotus, sheltered under a marble pavilion inlaid with pietra dura, in the centre of the tomb. Other tiny urns contain the ashes of his four wives and seven concubines who threw themselves on his funeral pyre. #Lahore #Ranjitsinghtomb #Pakistan #PakistanArchives #Ranjitsingh #Lahorehistory #wallcityoflahore #faisalabad #multan #karachi #hyderabad #india #sikh #tomb #punjab #picturepakistan #islamabad


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The Slavin at Vysehrad Cemetery in Prague #cemetery #vyehrad #tomb #momentomori #prague #tombstonetourist #vysehradcemetery #tombstonehoneymoon #praha


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GOLD SIGNET-RING OF SHESHONQ This massive gold ring is of a shape common for such rings in the Late Period, a shape which totally replaced the earlier stirrup-shaped type. The lozenge shaped bezel is so thick that the back had to be cut away to accommodate the finger of the wearer; the shank and the bezel were made in separate moulds and joined together. It is incised with the name of Sheshonq and his title "Chief Steward of the divine adoratrice." The bezel could be pressed into mud to seal documents and objects. Besides this functional aspect, the ring was no doubt as much (if not more) worn as a mark of Sheshonq's status and wealth. The name Sheshonq is of Libyan origin, belonging to several kings of the Libyan Period, but it became popular among Egyptians from that time onwards. Two men named Sheshonq are known as stewards of these women, and the limited information on this ring makes it difficult to know to which to ascribe it. The better-known Sheshonq, perhaps the more plausible candidate for the owner, who had an impressive tomb in the Assasif at Thebes, worked under the divine adoratrice Ankhnesneferibre, daughter of Psamtek II, in the first half of the 6th century BC. The other Sheshonq lived somewhat later, perhaps also in the lifetime of Ankhnesneferibre, but in the second half of the same century. 26th Dynasty, ca. 575 B.C. - 3 cm Length: 3.4 cm (bezel) The British Museum, London . #ancientegypt #kemet #pharaoh #gods #ancient #history #egypt #egyptology #archeology #civilization #ancientcivilization #pyramid #anubis #knowledge #gold #tomb #africa #osiris #hathor #follow #blog #ptah #Nut #myegypt #iloveegypt #pharaoh #followme #tomb #nilevalley #horus


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Jewelry and metal workshop, from a rare record of frescoes from Thebes, recorded 1819 on his second visit to Egypt by Frédéric Cailliaud (1787-1869). Top left shows men smelting metal. Top right shows molten metal being poured in to molds. Bottom left shows men blowing on fire for heat. Bottom right shows threading of beads on to papyrus fibers to create collars worn on special occasions. Holes are created in the beads for threading through the use of a bow drill. A bow drill was made with reed and string pulled back and forth to drill a hole with a sharp flint into the glass bead blowing on to coals, bottom. Note use of canes to hold over fire. #archeology #civilization #ancientcivilization #pyramid #anubis #knowledge #gold #tomb #africa #osiris #hathor #follow #blog #ptah #Nut #myegypt #iloveegypt #pharaoh #followme #to


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I wish we had tombs and catacombs to explore @nomansskyoffical #nomanssky #tomb #art #photography


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