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O tradutor Yahi, Sam Batwai, Alfred L. Kroeber e Ishi, em Parnassus, 1911.Para Kroeber, antropólogo norte-americano, “Anthropology is the most humanistic of sciences and the most scientific of the humanities”.Entrevista em que Lévi-Strauss fala sobre Alfred L. KroeberUm trechinho:"L’Express- Será que a personalidade de quem exerce a sua profissão não conta bem mais do que numa outra disciplina?CL-S - Conta enormemente. O próprio Kroeber disse várias vezes que os sociólogos são homens ...

O tradutor Yahi, Sam Batwai, Alfred L. Kroeber e Ishi, em Parnassus, 1911.Para Kroeber, antropólogo norte-americano, “Anthropology is the most humanistic of sciences and the most scientific of the humanities”.Entrevista em que Lévi-Strauss fala sobre Alfred L. KroeberUm trechinho:"L’Express- Será que a personalidade de quem exerce a sua profissão não conta bem mais do que numa outra disciplina?CL-S - Conta enormemente. O próprio Kroeber disse várias vezes que os sociólogos são homens ...

Since the reign of King John animals were kept at the Tower of London for the entertainment and curiosity of the court. Everything from elephants to tigers, kangaroos and ostriches lived in what was known as the Royal Menagerie.

Since the reign of King John animals were kept at the Tower of London for the entertainment and curiosity of the court. Everything from elephants to tigers, kangaroos and ostriches lived in what was known as the Royal Menagerie.

‘The Lovers’ from 1972 season at Hasanlu Hasanlu is an archaeological excavation site in Iran, Western Azerbaijan, Solduz Valley. These skeletons were found in a Bin with no objects. The only feature is a stone slab under the head of the skeleton on the left hand side. Penn Museum Image #97482.  University of Pennsylvania says their Museum exhibited these 'Hasanlu Lovers' skeletons in 1974, who died together in about 800 B.C.and appear like they are kissing each other before they died

‘The Lovers’ from 1972 season at Hasanlu Hasanlu is an archaeological excavation site in Iran, Western Azerbaijan, Solduz Valley. These skeletons were found in a Bin with no objects. The only feature is a stone slab under the head of the skeleton on the left hand side. Penn Museum Image #97482. University of Pennsylvania says their Museum exhibited these 'Hasanlu Lovers' skeletons in 1974, who died together in about 800 B.C.and appear like they are kissing each other before they died

Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, s

Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, s

A collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 1: People I

A collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 1: People I

Cheyne Walk in Chelsea. It takes its name from William Lord Cheyne, an MP between 1681 until 1687. Most of the houses were built in the early 18th century and the houses used to front the River Thames until the construction of the Embankment. The trees in the picture above are seen today, albeit taller and thicker. The road's most prominent building is Carlyle Mansions, a block of flats built in 1886 and named after Scottish philosopher and writer Thomas Carlyle

Cheyne Walk in Chelsea. It takes its name from William Lord Cheyne, an MP between 1681 until 1687. Most of the houses were built in the early 18th century and the houses used to front the River Thames until the construction of the Embankment. The trees in the picture above are seen today, albeit taller and thicker. The road's most prominent building is Carlyle Mansions, a block of flats built in 1886 and named after Scottish philosopher and writer Thomas Carlyle

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