Medieval Witchcraft P9 In some cases, the priests were genuinely concerned about the souls of the ‘witches’ and burnt them alive for their salvation. The case of Joan of Arc, who was later canonized as Saint Joan is one of the most glittering examples of such acts of papal fanaticism. She was branded as a heretic or a witch and burnt alive on stake.
Blast furnaces from Pittsburgh Northside Steel Works, 1950’s. Demolished in 1980s.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street, London -- It is brilliant. Some of the figures are a bit strange, but I believe they were made in the early 90's. But the books and the decor...it was enough to satisfy me completely. I just wish there weren't so many tourists without a sense of personal space or patience; they left little time for soaking it all in.
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fotografia conceptual, de eventos e retrato de Ana Luísa Pinto ||| fine-art, portraits and event photography by Ana Luísa Pinto
Detalhe decorativo de um documento de cálculo para determinar o tamanho da sombra da Terra na Lua durante um eclipse lunar. Feito no ano de ...
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