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starting with this boy who drew a chicken with trousers in his math book
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>>5947938
>Onfim (Old Novgorodian: oнѳимe, Onfime; also, Anthemius of Novgorod) was a boy who lived in Novgorod in the 13th century. He left his notes and homework exercises scratched in soft birch bark (beresta)[1] which was preserved in the clay soil of Novgorod.[2] Onfim, who was six or seven at the time, wrote in Old Novgorodian; besides letters and syllables, he drew "battle scenes and drawings of himself and his teacher".[2]
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>>5948009
aw
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>>5947938
thats a pretty cool thread
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>>5947938
is that denim chicken?
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Those 2 roman faggots.
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>>5948091
>bros can't be bros without being gay
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>Cynegeticus (Greek: Κυνηγετιkός, Kynegetikos), is a treatise by the ancient Greek philosopher and military leader Xenophon, usually translated as "On Hunting" or "Hunting with Dogs."
>Chapter 7: discusses the proper breeding and the methods for raising the puppies. Xenophon also lists the proper names for hounds: Psyche, Pluck, Buckler, Spigot, Lance, Lurcher, Watch, Keeper, Brigade, Fencer, Butcher, Blazer, Prowess, Craftsman, Forester, Counsellor, Spoiler, Hurry, Fury, Growler, Riot, Bloomer, Rome, Blossom, Hebe, Hilary, Jolity, Gazer, Eyebright, Much, Force, Trooper, Bustle, Bubbler, Rockdove, Stubborn, Yelp, Killer, Pele-mele, Strongboy, Sky, Sunbeam, Bodkin, Wistful, Gnome, Tracks, Dash. Each of the names are short so they can be said easily.

S T R O N G B O I
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>>5948009
One wonders what would be the later history of Russia be like if Novgorod, with its highly literate population and republican form of government managed to prevail over, or even survive, the power of Muscovy.
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>>5948127
>feuding mercantile city-states
>except populated by Russians

jfc
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>>5947938
>>5948009
>tfw children will always be children
It's humbling to be honest.
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>>5948116
>gnome

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n3pFFPSlW4
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>>5948116
>Spigot
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>>5947938
Not so much of a snippet. This painting is entitled "Ten Officials Who Passed The Imperial Exam In The Same Year of 1464."

The cute bit was that was basically a class reunion photo: its painted in 1503 during one of their reunions. Half of them were dead by that point but they threw their old class buddies in anyway.
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>>5948116
>all these badass names
>"Blossom"
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>>5947938
As sjw as it sounds, I like seeing copies or depictions of Othello on those /pol/ memes displaying interracial propaganda. It's been around since the 1600s and people in the 2010s are complaining that it's leading to a weird form on non-lethal genocide.
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>>5947938
obligatory roman epitaphs for their dogs

>“I am in tears, while carrying you to your last resting place as much as I rejoiced when bringing you home in my own hands fifteen years ago.”

>“My eyes were wet with tears, our little dog, when I bore thee (to the grave)… So, Patricus, never again shall thou give me a thousand kisses. Never canst thou be contentedly in my lap. In sadness have I buried thee, and thou deservist. In a resting place of marble, I have put thee for all time by the side of my shade. In thy qualities, sagacious thou wert like a human being. Ah, me! What a loved companion have we lost!”

>“To Helena, foster child, soul without comparison and deserving of praise.”

> “[Myia] never barked without reason, but now he is silent.”
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>>5948710
;_;
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>>5948009
Based and redpilled
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>>5948116
>Bubbler
I like this name
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>>5948710
Actually makes me happy to know that places have treated dogs well for so long
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>>5948710
Requiescat in pace, in pace dogus...
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>>5948009
post the one where the russian kid drew himself as a knight with the caption that he wants to be a strong knight like his dad
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>muh doggo, a-am I doing it right reddit?

Some cringe shit in here.
Anyways tombstone for Roman child "Lucius" that died in his infancy, portrayed next to his favorite pet. I saw it at the MET in New York.
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>>5949084
What does it say?
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>>5949059
I think it might be on one of the letters without doodles. The text on this one is something like "This is Onfim"
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>>5949123
Wish I knew for sure. There’s a 99% chance that it’s a wheat receipt though.
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>>5949277
>this kid was able to say he wanted to be a knight when he grew up and i wasnt
unfair lads
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>>5949079
>m-muh infant child
cringe
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>>5949277
Is he dragging an enemy’s corpse through the mud?
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>>5949308
He had thrice the brainpower of your dog.
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>>5949344
Spearing him, apparently

>>5949290
It's never too late to start!
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>>5949344
That’s exactly what I was thinking lol. Fuck peasants
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Pangur, white Pangur,
How happy we are
Alone together, Scholar and cat.
Each has his own work to do daily;
For you it is hunting, for me, study.
Your shining eye watches the wall;
My feeble eye is fixed on a book.
You rejoice when your claws entrap a mouse;
I rejoice when my mind fathoms a problem.
Pleased with his own art
Neither hinders the other;
Thus we live ever
Without tedium and envy.
Pangur, white Pangur,
How happy we are,
Alone together, Scholar and cat.
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>>5949357
That’s one long horse
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>>5948285
That's actually really cool, a High School graduation/reunion picture before they even had cameras
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>>5948710
Can l get the source of these so l may read more of them?
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>>5949363
>mfw this was referenced in the Book of Kells movie
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the first recorded pet cat lived in Egypt 5000 years ago and was named Little Mewler
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>>5948009
This looks like something a kid would draw even today. Some things never change.
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>>5948710
I didn't ask to feel this feel
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>>5949079
>I saw it at the MET in New York.

Cool story brah
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>>5948392
very interesting
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There's something incredibly humanising about pets.
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>>5948116
>Pele-mele
>Bloomer
>Rockdove
>Bodkin
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5949079
>Why not both?

There's some enderaring epithaps about slaves from their master as well

>"‘To the spirits of the dead. For Lucius Annaius Firm(ius?), who lived 5 years, 2 months, 6 days, 6 hours, who was born on the 7th July and died on the 10th September. Annaia Ferusa set this up for her dearest household slave.’

>"Here is laid the jolly old clown Protogenes, slave of Clulius, who made many and many a delight for people by his fooling"
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>>5949584
Human ability to bond with animals is pretty wonderful to be honest.
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>>5949084
Sumerian?
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Just occurred to me that they probably won’t be any records of our shot postings that will last thousands of years.
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>>5949079
Pretty weird to think that a family tragedy is on display at a museum 2,000 years later, and people walk up to it, say "huh, interesting" and then just move on with their lives. Really gets the ole' noodle workin
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>>5948933
Howdy there partner
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5950031
Some of the more mainstream memes have been made into merchandise that should last a good long while.
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>>5948392
White women were made for BBC, even kangz knew this.
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>>5949997
rip dewey
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Old black and white photos of couples smiling/cuddling each other always get me for some reason.

And that one of the chinese fella laughing eating his dinner
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>>5948710
>Meanwhile in China
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>>5949123
Stir fry in Onions for 15 minutes before adding Rice
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>>5950252
good taste anon
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>>5949277
Mighty Onfrim
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5948009
That's fucking cool
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>>5950252
this desu famalam
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Maybe not the most endearing, but it's always funny to me that even the workers on the Great Pyramids had to deal with middle management box-tickers.
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>>5949290
You can be knighted, though, and learn HEMA.

Did Rus even had "knights"?
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>>5947938
One of the earliest babylonian texts ever written (in cuneiform) was a complaint letter about the beer prices the priest charged being too high.
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sorry not a doodle, but found it funny and timeless behavior bit
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>>5950400
kek'd hard
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>>5948710
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>>5949277
damn I wonder if he saw someone get a sword in the face
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>no one posted the WW1 waifuposting yet
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>>5950756
Babylonian yelp was legit

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complaint_tablet_to_Ea-nasir
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>>5950761
were the rest of the pages blank?
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>>5950761
So did he kill himself? I never saw the end of the story.
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Drawing by Woodrow Wilson as a kid
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>>5950781
Kind of scary but also soothing that humans didnt change that much throughout the last 4000 years
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>>5950790
does the dog has aids?
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>>5948079
Kek
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>>5950402
>>5950651
came here to post these, they always make me smile
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>>5950785
>>5950787
I don't know, but did Samuel Jackson fucked off to africa as he and other contemporary twitter attention whores to canada as they publicly promised if Trump gets elected?
attention whoring is as old as civilisation
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>>5950798
looks more like a leper
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>>5950031
9gag burried a gigant stone full of cringy memes in the desert that might last for a while
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>>5950810
btw virgil comments on the legend about founding rome, that she-wolf was an old, but still surviving euphemism for a prostitute, so romulus and remus were adopted by a whore according to him
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>>5948091
>>5948110
http://www.pompeiana.org/Resources/Ancient/Graffiti%20from%20Pompeii.htm
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>>5948933
Howdy Par'ner
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>>5948710
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One of Ming China's Emperor's - the Xuande Emperor- not only presided over a peaceful realm, but was also one of China's greatest artists.

"Two Imperial Salukis" by the Xuande Emperor.
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>>5948933
howdy dawg
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>>5951124
"Gibbons at Play."
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>>5951129
thats a fucking great artpiece
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>>5951129
Also we know how much of the sporting culture in the Ming Dynasty looked like because the Xuande Emperor commissioned a scroll painting depicting him on his day off.

"The Amusements of the Xuande Emperor." Here he is off to a day of sports and games.
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>>5951137
Presiding over an archery match.
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>>5951140
Judging a mounter crochet game.
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>>5951143
Presiding over a football match.
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>>5951145
Playing proto-golf/game of mallets.

Note the Golf-caddy on the left.
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>>5951150
Playing China's version of the horseshoes game: arrow-vase.
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>>5951155
seems like a fun day out
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>>5951155
The Emperor in a cricket fight with his courtiers. The small ceramic boxes contain housing for the cricket complete with food and water. They still make them in China, Japan, and Taiwan considering Asians are fond of their bugfights.
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>>5951159
The Emperor in a quail-fight with his courtiers. A servant to the right accidentally drops a bag-cage and chases after the quail that escaped
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>>5951160
I like the aesthetic. There's a real emphasis on depicting things as they were instead of stylised, even if that meant that leaving quite a bit of empty space. It feels almost like a Where's Wally picture, but simpler.

Comfy/10.
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With the emperor in flight and the city abandoned by its officials and its defenders, the capital of the once great Qing Empire was utterly helpless. But the Allies left the city itself untouched as on October 18, four miles to the northwest, British forces began the work of methodically destroying the eight-hundred-acre complex of buildings and gardens where the Xianfeng emperor had been born, where he had lived for most of his life—and indeed, which had been practically the only world he had ever known. There were so many ornate buildings on the grounds, covering more than a square mile, that it took them two full days of burning and breaking and smashing before the major structures were destroyed. The imperial treasures that had proven too heavy or unwieldy to loot and carry back to England and France (or sell at auction in Beijing) were smashed and burned as well.88
Most of the obvious valuables had been looted already, but there were still a few unexpected discoveries in the course of demolition. A company of Punjabi infantry happened upon several thousand pounds’ worth of hidden gold, which they took back with them to India. A little Pekingese dog was discovered curled up in a wardrobe, and a British officer took him back to England as a present for Queen Victoria. She was a great lover of dogs, and “Looty,” as he would be named, became one of her favorites.
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>>5947938
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An account by the 12th century chronicler Usama ibn Munqidh;

"I heard a similar case from a bath attendant called Salim from Ma'arra, who worked in one of my fathers bathhouses. This is his tale:

I earned my living in Ma'arra by opening a bathhouse. One day a Frankish knight came in. They do not follow our custom of wearing a cloth around their waist while they are at the baths, and this fellow put his hand, snatched off my loin-cloth and threw it away. He saw at once that I had just recently shaved my pubic hair.

'Salim!' he exclaimed! I came toward him and he pointed to that part of me.

'Salim! You shall certainly do the same for me!' and he lay down flat on his back. His "hair" was as long as his beard. I shaved him, and when he had felt the place with his hand and found it agreeably smooth, he said: 'Salim, you must certainly do the same for my Dama'. In their language Dama means lady, or wife. He sent his valet to fetch his wife, and when they arrived and the valet brought her in, she lay down on her back and he said to me:

'Do to her what you did to me.' So I shaved her pubic hair, while her husband stood. Then he thanked me and paid me for my services.'
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5951290
kek, what a medieval chad
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>>5949123
"Best fuck I ever had."
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>>5950754
Engels was a cheeky bastard.
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>>5951290
This turned up in my course. It's a pretty cute anecdote.
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>>5950032
>Really gets the ole' noodle workin
what does that even mean
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>>5950170
that's just embarassing
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>>5950170
I just vomited.
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>>5948392
You can barely see his face. I find that funny.
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>>5951260
Steal the stuff that fine enough,but to destroy ancient relics and cultural icons? For shame Anglo. That said,naming the dog "looty" was hilarious.
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>>5951160
>when the Emperor himself immortalizes your fuckup
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>>5950651
It's so interesting to be able to see people of their time like that. If you go to a museum and look a portraits or photographs, they always have straight faces. It makes them feel distant
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>>5951526
indeed anon - it's those small human things that make them relatable throughout history
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>>5948110
>literally eternal platonic friendship
you just can't top this
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>>5951533
>This fucking guy
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>>5948009
Novgorod had unlimited potential, fuck Muscovites
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Remember us, for we too have lived, loved, and laughed.
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>>5948285
>>5949370
>and in the end, it turns out, the real Mandate Of Heaven...were the friends we made along the way
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>>5951533
Kek.
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Cats firing a cannon
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>>5948933
Hody
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>>5951590
>Cats firing a cannon
Cats firing a cannon
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>>5951422
While it is bad form, it was a retaliation for some pretty barbarous torture and murder by the Chinese, as I recall
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Old geezer being cheeky
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>>5948144
>feuding mercantile city-states
>populated by Italians
What's the difference?
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>>5948392
>la creatura
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>>5951636
In Italy you get all the same murder, madness and intrigue, but at least there's fewer devilish math puzzles
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>>5948009
they look like memes
>>5948986
shut the fuck up faggot
>>5948116
>Hebe
kek
>>5951636
Italians may not be white but they are still human
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>>5949079
>baby toga for sale
>never worn
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>>5949368
>long
it's only about 8 cm
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>>5949123
"Stupid dog!"
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>>5951290
>Then he thanked me and payed (tipped) me for my services.'
Looks like Americans existed back in the day
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>1943
>T-34 driving through city in Ukraine
>"hey guys we need to take a detour trust me on this"
>loader jumps out and runs into a house
>comes out a few minutes later with a lady and some kids
>"I'd like you to meet my family"
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>>5951665
actually weird to see a little boy wearing a toga. boys wore just tunic until 14. Only at 14 they received a toga as being considered a man, having right to go in town to gang up with other >14 boys and young men, annoy citizens, break stuff and fuck bitches
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>>5950818
there was a planned operation on /pol/ to find it, and go dissolve it with acid, because it was made out of limestone, and the comanondo would only need to dig down to the stone, rather than dig it out.
they used the video to find out exactly where it was in Southern Spain.
I don't know if they ever got those lazy Spanish anons to postpone their siestas to go do anything about it tho.
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>>5951361
I'd wager the aging varnish has crushed a lot of the tonality, it would probably have been more clear when it was new
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>>5951795
The internet historian got a good video on YouTube about the whole thing, you don’t even need acid, but just vinegar. But knowing the Spanish I would assume that the stone will be destroyed by February 2056
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>>5951587
kek'd. well memed my friend
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The time teenage Louis XVI was hitting his brother with a baguette and Marie Antoinette had to step between them.

>… On the 23rd, Her Royal Highness played piquet with M. le comte de Provence. M. le dauphin was present, holding a baguette in is hands, and amused himself by hitting the comte de Provence’s arm with it. The prince became impatient and after a few warnings, which did not stop this teasing, M. le comte de Provence jumped on the baguette and tried to tear it away from M. le dauphin. The quarrel heated up; but Mme la dauphine seized the baguette, tore it to bits and ended the dispute.
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>>5950790
M O U N T A I N B O I
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>>5951663
Gay and bluepilled
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>>5951821
leperboi
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>>5951533
I love these sorts of wholesome pictures from WW1 and 2 of soldiers just dicking around. Always makes me sad to think that so many of them probably didn't even make it through the war
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>>5950396
Do you seriously think the Chinese didn't have any pet dogs and they just eat them?
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>>5950028
Yeah probably from Ur or Uruk
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5950790
A couple more doodles
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>>5951891
Wilson's school's baseball team from what I'm getting
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>>5948710
These gave me comfort when my doggo and kitten died last year
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>>5951869
agreed
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>>5951590
I HAVE A PICTURE IN MY BATHROOM JUST LIKE THIS ONE
I wonder if its the same photographer
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>>5951590
>>5952000
thank you both for this contribution, both saved to my animols folder
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>>5950396
>what's a Shih Tzu or Shar-Pei
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>>5950755
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>>5951777

To his parents he would forever be their little man.
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>>5950810
Are they suckling a she-wolf or sucking a dick? Can't tell.
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>>5952044
Knights =/= Soldiers on horseback
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>>5952061
apparently it depicts the story of romulus and remus
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>>5952062
russians had knights, they were called boyars
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>>5952061
she-wolf in rome was a fancy name for a prostitute
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>>5952062
>a member of nobility fighting on a horse and wearing a suit of armour
>not a knight
Alrighty then.
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>>5951811
The quintessential Frenchman.
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>>5948933
Howdy!
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>>5950781
>What do you take me for, that you treat somebody like me with such contempt? I have sent as messengers gentlemen like ourselves to collect the bag with my money (deposited with you) but you have treated me with contempt by sending them back to me empty-handed several times, and that through enemy territory. Is there anyone among the merchants who trade with Telmun who has treated me in this way? You alone treat my messenger with contempt! On account of that one (trifling) mina of silver which I owe(?) you, you feel free to speak in such a way, while I have given to the palace on your behalf 1,080 pounds of copper, and umi-abum has likewise given 1,080 pounds of copper, apart from what we both have had written on a sealed tablet to be kept in the temple of Samas.
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>>5952037
You forgot the Pug, buddy.
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>>5948933
Howdy.
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>>5951976
The one in the middle looks straight out of a propaganda poster.
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>>5950775
>tfw Irish
>want to impregnate the Anglo whore
Lads. Help.
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>>5952204
oropaganda from which side?
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>>5952208
Join Britain again.
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>>5951290
Why did he snatch his loincloth away tho? Wanted to see his benis?
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>>5952280
>tfw it means he was still without his loincloth while shaving off the knight's Dame beaver
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>>5952228
Allied. All he's missing is the hand rubbing.
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>>5950756
I'm too much of a brainlet to imagine how people lived in Ancient Babylon. Or how they were able to read that shit.
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>>5952323
>tfw they told us was true..
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>>5952280
probably started off as lewd frenchy bantz, but the shock of seeing a hairless crotch made him lose focus
>hey Salim why so prudish hon hon hon relax we're just a couple of cool dudes trying to get our steam on hon hon hon ur people are so uptight here just take that off-WHOA he's...bald! Guys guys you gotta come check this out this is crazy
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>>5951303
what happened next took his breath away
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>>5952000
>>5952000
These were extremely popular back in the day. At least one guy got rich and famous for it. Harry Whittier Frees. He had a book called "The Little Folks of Animal Land", but originally these were sold as postcards.
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5948110
>>5950651
Favorites.
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5951352
>>5951357
in all seriousness, pepe and MAGA memes are probably the only ones that will be historically relevant in thousands of years as they will be acredited to the rise of Trump
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>>5952883
>implying anyone will care about this shit in a thousand years
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>>5952896
that's what I'm saying
the only reason anyone WOULD is because theyve affected the real world in a signifigant way, hence Trump
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>>5952896
There are people interested in 17th-Century Baltic politics, there will surely be people interested in 21st Century American politics.
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>>5948933
Howdy, pardner
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>>5952371
>Harry Whittier Frees
>He remained single and spent much of his life caring for his parents; after they died he moved to Clearwater, Florida, where he committed suicide in 1953 after being diagnosed with cancer.
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>>5948009
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>>5949357
God their is such a soft spot in my heart for kids. So innocent and yet to be corrupted by this world. Their minds and souls are free and they are a blank slate who only know love and what they are taught. I want a son someday. I want to give him piggy back rides, have ticklefights with him and run around the woods with him all day like my dad used to do. I want to teach him how to be a man and raise him to be better than me. I want him to go to school and do show and tell and talk about how proud he is of me his dad.. Kids are too good for this world.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangur_B%C3%A1n

Pangur, white Pangur, How happy we are
Alone together, scholar and cat
Each has his own work to do daily;
For you it is hunting, for me study.
Your shining eye watches the wall;
My feeble eye is fixed on a book.
You rejoice, when your claws entrap a mouse;
I rejoice when my mind fathoms a problem.
Pleased with his own art, neither hinders the other;
Thus we live ever without tedium and envy.
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>>5948933
Howdy pardner.
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>>5951684
kek
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>>5950781
I like to imagine that before going to bed each night, Ea-nasir would read through his collection of hate mail and just laugh his off.
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>>5953174
*ass
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>>5953071
:)
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>>5953174
Maybe it was just the ancient form of 4chan
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This is a fantastic thread
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>>5950781
(((Ea-Nasir)))
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>>5950651
We need more images of people smiling. Why didn't they smile in the past?
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>>5953267
You try and keep on a smile for minutes on end.
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>>5953267
Keep in mind all portraits before cameras had to be done by hand, so they had to keep a position for a very long time. Now try smiling for more then one minute, uncomfortable yet? Now imagine smiling for an hour straight. Atleast that is my understanding call me a brainlet if i'm wrong.
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https://publicdomainreview.org/2019/01/10/how-the-pre-raphaelites-became-obsessed-with-the-wombat/
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>>5951268
M A D L A D S
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>>5951811
Louis 16 and his relationship with Marie Antoinette and their kids was overall really sweet and wholesome

>On the 19th of December the king said to me while dining: ‘Fourteen years ago you got up earlier than you did to-day.’ I understood His Majesty at once. ‘That was the day my daughter was born,’ he continued tenderly, ‘and to-day, her birthday, I am deprived of seeing her!’ A few tears rolled from his eyes, and a respectful silence reigned for a moment.

Same with the Romanovs. They deserved better
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>>5953071
You'll get there anon, and you'll make a great father.
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>>5951939
Sorry to hear that anon, at least you've never been alone on that...

>>5952057
;-;
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>>5948144
Like Italy and Germany, all these regional cities would make the very rich and educated. Once Russia unites then like Italy and Germany did in the 1800s or earlier they would be even stronger due to not having serfs and therefore greater economic growth.
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>>5950402
Love this dude
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>>5951268
Peter was truly the greatest chad in european history.
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>>5953469
Just felt like a kick in the stomach. My 15 year old pupper got put down then the kitten she bonded with died a couple months later. Vet things he had something wrong with his heart and just died while playing
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>>5953555
Man that sucks....
I've never had a dog or a cat but it must feel like losing a family member.
Did you get a new dog or cat?
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>>5953582
Got several cats now, they're all strays that I've spayed and neutered. 4 inside and some that come and go outside (city does it for free, as long as I catch them and take them home) but the first one was very special to me just because she bonded with my dog who never liked cats in her younger years.
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>>5953458
Thanks anon. I don't think it's something I plan specifically, but if I find the right person I will. My it's like my dad said to me, "No one really plans on having children, it just happens."
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>>5953614
I totally understand that. But its nice that you have some company now. And its also benificial for the cats since they are getting cared for
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>>5953108

based Pangur posters
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>>5948710
>> “[Myia] never barked without reason, but now he is silent.”
That legitimately got me tearing up
I'm human after all
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5948710
>“[Myia] never barked without reason, but now he is silent.”
FUCK
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>>5952943
Some 25th century /his/ nerd is going to love that 2016 Meme War challenge coin and show it to people so he can segue into sperg sessions about 21st century American politics and memetic occultism.
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>>5948933
well boy, howdy.
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>>5952371
>>5951590
they look miserable in those (probably uncomfortable and tight) suits
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5952037
A snack
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>>5950754
This style is so weirdly common in naughty comics from places like France.
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>>5950754
why is she so smug?
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>>5948144
Feuding mercantile city states is kino
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>>5949277
The little letters even look like goofy faces, it's majestic
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>>5950170
Shadilay, christ no
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>>5952280
Because a lot of european cultures deems it weird if not outright deviant to wear some kind of clothes in certain bathing scenarios. It's like you're trying to hide something or that you have some reason to feel shame. Yes, not being naked around strangers of the same sex might make you look gay.
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>reading my local newspaper from Dec 8, 1941
>go to the personals section
>there's a bunch of facebook-tier bullshit
Seriously, there was like 3 pages of things like "Martha Wallace spent the weekend with her sister, Gloria" or "The Ferguson family had a family picnic Wednesday"
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>>5950781
Yelp is just the revival of an undying aspect of the Middle-Easterner's spirit. I mean, look at the people who use Yelp. Hardly WASPs.
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>>5952943
>There are people interested in 17th-Century Baltic politics
It's called Russo-Swedic relations you philistine.
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>>5953267
>>5953306
It's not that it took a long time to take a photo but that it was considered a serious affair to do so. People wanted to look serious and proper and didn't want a foolish smile to be their legacy.
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>>5951159
Pokemon was never new
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>>5948710
>I have put thee for all time by the side of my shade
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>>5953456
Her daughter died or can’t visit as a servant?
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>>5952081
>not knowing knight was a specific class
>not knowing you could be taxed in the U.K. if you didn’t present yourself to be knighted once of a certain value
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>>5951268
Russia is not first world/european
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>>5954511
That got me too
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5952061
Dog dicks only bend back like that for one reason
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>>5954520
His daughter was alive and it was her birthday, while Louis was on trial. He was executed not long after tho he did manage to say goodbye his family. The daughter was the only family member who survived too
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>>5953071
I dunno, non. I remember kids being horrible little petty-minded shits while I was one. Only some seem cute now.
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5948009
What did he mean by this?
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>>5952280

You're not supposed to wear clothes when bathing
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>>5948009
unironically cute
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>>5948392
BBC seemed to have been popular in Europe for centuries, lmao
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>>5954097

I don't want to imagine what that dude must have done to those kitten to get them to sit still in a suit holding a cigarette in their paws. The pics look cute but that guy must have been an asshole.
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>>5954760
I actually read about that. It was stated no harm came to the animals
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>>5947938
This song from a husband to his dead wife:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RjBePQV4xE

>While you live, shine
>have no grief at all
>life exists only for a short while
>and time demands an end.
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>>5948933
Howdy
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>>5952037
Abominations
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>>5954620
Chad Muscovite knight vs virgin Novgorod soldier
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>>5948933
Howdy thar, doggo
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>>5953071
I feel you. I'm such a jaded prick that when I see a kid when I'm out and they're being a dumb kid all I can think about is that they're likely going to grow up to be such an asshole or bitch. I can see not the good that exists now but the bad that is yet to come.
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>>5955011
Have faith anon, as you can see itt most people are flawed, but good at heart

>>5953267
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>>5955084
Just got to look the right places
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>>5947938
This inscription on a Roman grave
>"(...)I will bid you farewell, stranger. I would like you to be happier."

here's some more for those interested: http://www.attalus.org/docs/cil/epitaph.html
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This is the Report Card of the sons of the Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II: Shahzade (Crown Prince) Mehmed Selim and Abdülkadir Efendi.

Abdulkadir (bottom) has shit grades
Quran: 45
Prophetic literature: 45
Persian: 33
Islamic History: 41
Spelling/Writing/Grammar: 43
Math: 33
Geography: 32
French: 38
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>>5951260
Daek backstory.
The english royalty regulary demandded these kind of dogs.
The chinese begrudendly gave in to the demands but brfore shipping the dog to dngland fed them with glass dust so it'll die in a couple of months
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>>5949079
spotted the non-white
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>>5947938
Our national hero (Philippines) has a photograph of him high on fucking Opium.

Which always embarasses Duterte whenever he goes "hurr what would our heroes do??" in his shitty drug war.
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>>5947938
What a lad.
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>>5948009
Makes me sad he became an adult, then died. :(
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>>5951268
What a cunt.
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>>5951091
Why do these people seem so human? Wtf?
Nothing really changes, does it? Only the context.
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>>5955242
lmao based af flips
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>>5950790
Not bad.
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>>5951137
>>5951140
>>5951143
>>5951145
>>5951150
>>5951155
>>5951159
>>5951160
He has a great Instagram feed.
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5955194
Are these marks out of 100?
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>>5948009
>this dude probably long forgot about this before dying/growing old and dying
>we will never know what happened to him
>this is just a random snippet from a most likely completely irrelevant person in their most innocent part of life
>they could have had a family, kids, successful farm or business or even died an impoverished failure and we will never know
Makes me profoundly sad desu
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>>5955242
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>>5948933
你怎么样
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>>5950775
>France
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from the Chansonnier of Zeghere van Male (1542)
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>>5955631
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>>5955633
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>>5955634
Zeghere van Male was a Flemish merchant, based in Bruges, who commissioned with songbook. either he or the artist had a wicked sense of humour
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>>5955637
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>>5954520
This was during the preparation for his trial, he was kept secluded from his family and was not allowed to see them.

He was given the option of having his son with him, on the condition that his son would have to stay with him until after the trial and couldn't go back and forth (presumably so the son couldn't be used to pass messages). So Louis declined having his son with him because, he said, it would hurt his wife too much to be without the consolation of her child.
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>>5948933
howdy
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>>5955444
>whatever he went on to later in life, there are a bunch of anonymous strangers discussing his childhood doodles ~800 years later
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>>5955634
>>5955637
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>>5948283
jesus christ is jerkcity] still going
haven't thought about that piece of shit site for years
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>>5951752
I love it, got a source?
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>On February 7th of 1909, a 30-year-old mother of two by the name of Emma Hauck was admitted to the psychiatric hospital of the University of Heidelberg in Germany, having recently been diagnosed with dementia praecox (schizophrenia). The outlook improved briefly and a month later she was discharged, only to be readmitted within weeks as her condition deteriorated further. Sadly, the downturn continued and in August of that year, with her illness deemed "terminal" and rehabilitation no longer an option, Emma was transferred to Wiesloch asylum, the facility in which she would pass away eleven years later.

>It was around this time that a heartbreaking collection of letters, some of which can be seen below, were discovered in the archives of the Heidelberg hospital; all written obsessively in Emma's hand during her second stay at the clinic in 1909, at a time when reports indicate she was relentlessly speaking of her family. Each desperate letter is directed at her absent husband, Mark, and every page is thick with overlapping text. Some are so condensed as to be illegible; some read "Herzensschatzi komm" ("Sweetheart come") over and over; others simply repeat the plea, "komm komm komm," ("come come come") thousands of times.

>None were sent.
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>>5949123
"If a man is to resemble a woman in all aspects but the endowment between his legs, he is called a woman. Therefore, traps are not gay."
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>>5956061
>>None were sent.

Why tho
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>>5954724
I hope an American didn't post this, otherwise they'd look quite silly.
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>>5948933
howdy
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From the memoirs of a Polish nobleman, part of a PLC force sent to aid Denmark against the Swedes in 1658:

>The churches there are very beautiful, having been Catholic before; the service, too, is more beautiful than that of our Polish Calvinists because you see altars and pictures in the churches. We attended some sermons, since they had prepared them in Latin especially for us and invited us to hear them, and so circumspectly did they preach, without prounouncing the slightest word contra fidem [against the faith] that you would say a Roman priest is preaching; and they were proud of this, telling us: we believe in the same thing you do, in vain do you call us apostates.

>But, as usual Father Piekarski flayed us for being present: many another attended in order to see the lovely damsels and their ways. During their German [Lutheran] service, they cover their eyes, the men with their hats, the women with their veils, and bowing, put their heads beneath the benches; at that time our boys would steal their books from them, their handkerchiefs, etc. Once, the preacher observed this, and so hard did he laugh that for laughing he could not finish the sermon. And we, watching that, had to laugh too. The Lutherans stupebant [were stunned] that we are laughing, the preacher along with us.

>Afterward, he cited the example of the soldier who asked a hermit to pray for him: the hermit knelt down to pray, meanwhile the soldier snatched the little sheep who carried the hermit's bundle and fled. At the end of this story, exclamavit: O devotionem supra devotiones! alter orat, alter furatur. [He exclaimed: O devotion of devotions! One prays, the other steals.]
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>>5956122
>From that time on, when the moment came to cover their heads, they first put away their books and handkerchiefs, but not without laughter did they do so, one glancing at the other. When I discoursed with them about what event they commemorated, covering their heads and shielding their eyes, since neither Christ nor the apostles ever did so, no one could reply; only one said that by this act they were remembering that the Jews had covered Christ's eyes and ordered him to prophesy. In answer to this I said: if you wish to commemorate fittingly passionem Domini, then someone should deal you all fisticuffs at the nape of the neck, while you cover up, for so it was done then; but no one would agree to this.

>In no time, the Brandenburg Elector knew about this church service and when the district supervisor of Kaniow was visiting him, he says: "For God's sake, My Lord, send warning to the Governor from me; he should forbid Polish gentlemen to frequent the churches, for surely great numbers of them will be converted to the Lutheran faith, because, from what I hear, so fiery is their devotion that the heat consumes the handkerchiefs of Danish damsels." The Governor had a mighty good laugh over that warning.
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>>5956101
no need to bother a man and his new wife
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>>5956128
That was nice to read, thanks for sharing.
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>>5951590
This is animal abuse.
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>>5957081
>>5954097
>>5954760
>>5954787
>Frees claimed his models were all alive and comfortable throughout his process.
>“Mr. Frees attributes his success to kindly treatment of his models and a sixth sense about animals. He makes exposures at 1/5th of a second, has to junk two-thirds of his negatives,” claimed a profile of the photographer in LIFE in 1937. Frees admitted to using very stiff clothing as well as needles and forks to hold his subjects in place. Besides his own — by his account, brilliant and obedient — cat, Rags, Frees borrowed animals from neighbors, friends, and pet shops, using pigs, chickens, dogs, and rabbits at various points in his career. Cats, however, were his favorite models. He preferred to use kittens less than three months old, as they were more easily posed and photographed.
https://web.archive.org/web/20180911034329/https://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/2018/09/10/culture/art/cat-meme-photographer-century-ago.html
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>>5950775
>Italy
>when you called I came
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>>5952062
thats literally what a knight means
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>>5956122
>>5956128
this is so wholesome
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>>5954368
She caught you 'mirin
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>>5955637
Is that Prometheus?
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>>5952066
ah that makes sense
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>>5950170
can't wait for someone to find that illuminati pepe and think it was an actual occult symbol
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>>5958439
>implying it wasn't
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>>5948933
Howdy!
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>>5949997
Fuck that one got me
OP thanks for great thread
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>>5948710
Good boys and girls, across millennia.
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>>5954536
>not knowing knight was a specific class
Russian boyars were a very specific class.
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>>5959393
OP here, you are very welcome!
And thank you for all the contributions, I hope our faith in humanity have been restored a little itt



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