Carlos Tafner

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Romans vs Saxon Raiders by Fall3NAiRBoRnE on DeviantArt

This piece the Evolution of the Roman Army from the Polybian Legion on top to the armies of Constantine on the bottom. The middle represents High Imperial era.

Old Oswestry, aka Caer Ogyrfan – home of the giant Ogyrfan & birthplace of his daughter Guinevere. #FolkloreThursday

The hill fort where King Arthur’s Guinevere was born has lasted years: now it’s under siege

Inostrancevia, not a dinosaur, but a gorgonopsid: known individuals have total body lengths reaching 11'-6"/ long narrow skulls up to 24" long. The canine teeth were strongly developed w/those in the upper jaw up to 5.9" long, the root corresponding to half its length. Their bodies were slender, w/rather short legs. N Russia in the late Permian, 260-254 Ma ago. It is known from several skulls & 2 almost complete skeletons

From the 1999 Age of Reptiles Calender. Inostrancevia is a mammal/reptile thing, not a dino and pretty super-cool, as long as you're not at the wrong end of those sabers. Inostrancevia not a

"Bison Dance: Mandan in Front of Their Medicine Lodge in Mih-Tutta-Hankush"  --  1832  --  Karl Bodmer  --  German  --  Aquatint, Engraving, Hand-colored Print  --  Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.

"Bison Dance: Mandan in Front of Their Medicine Lodge in Mih-Tutta-Hankush" -- 1832 -- Karl Bodmer -- German -- Aquatint, Engraving, Hand-colored Print -- Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.

"Bison Dance: Mandan in Front of Their Medicine Lodge in Mih-Tutta-Hankush" -- 1832 -- Karl Bodmer -- German -- Aquatint, Engraving, Hand-colored Print -- Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.

"Bison Dance: Mandan in Front of Their Medicine Lodge in Mih-Tutta-Hankush" -- 1832 -- Karl Bodmer -- German -- Aquatint, Engraving, Hand-colored Print -- Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.