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Vacheron Constantin Maître Cabinotier Retrograde Armillary Tourbillon Watch – check out this latest high-complication piece from Vacheron Constantin, designed to follow in the footsteps of the most complicated pocket watch, the 57260 – check out all images and a full explanation now by David Bredan on aBlogtoWatch

Vacheron Constantin Maître Cabinotier Retrograde Armillary Tourbillon Watch – check out this latest high-complication piece from Vacheron Constantin, designed to follow in the footsteps of the most complicated pocket watch, the 57260 – check out all images and a full explanation now by David Bredan on aBlogtoWatch

Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) ~ By D. Haines. One of the world's top edible mushrooms...YUMMMMMMY!

Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius) tend to grow in clusters in mossy coniferous forests, but are also often found in mountainous birch forests and among grasses and low-growing herbs.

Plaque of a Scythian horseman. Gold, 4th century B.C.

The Scythian and the Horse.and Ancient and Mystical Narrative: (Pictured: Plaque of a Scythian horseman. Gold, century B.

scythian gold pectoral - Google Search

scythian gold pectoral - Google Search

An arm from the throne of a Scythian king, 7th century BC. Found at the Kerkemess kurgan, Krasnodar Krai in 1905. On exhibit at the Hermitage Museum.

An arm from the throne of a Scythian king, century BC. Found at the Kerkemess kurgan, Krasnodar Krai in On exhibit at the Hermitage Museum. …I want a throne too

Scythian goddess Argimpasa is the goddess of both human and animal fertility and abundance. Greeks associated her with Aphrodite. She is known for her images as the queen of animals.

Scythian goddess Argimpasa is the goddess of both human and animal fertility and abundance. Greeks associated her with Aphrodite. She is known for her images as the queen of animals.

A "Mistress of Animals" holding snakes, from Sumer, ca 3000BC The goddess is supposed to be Innanna, who became Ishtar, Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus.

A "Mistress of Animals" holding snakes, from Sumer, ca 3000BC The goddess is supposed to be Innanna, who became Ishtar, Astarte, Aphrodite, Venus.