artpropelled:

BYZANTINE BRONZE COLLAR OR BELT FORMED BY NINE CROSSES   5th-6th Century AD

artpropelled:

BYZANTINE BRONZE COLLAR OR BELT FORMED BY NINE CROSSES   5th-6th Century AD

(via massarrah)

didoofcarthage:

Vessel with leaf ornament 

Greek, Hellenistic Period, c. 250-100 B.C.

repoussé and incised silver with traces of gilding 

Walters Art Museum 

(Source: art.thewalters.org, via classicsenthusiast)

didoofcarthage:

Gold pectoral of a hovering falcon
Egypt, Late Period, after 600 B.C.
gold inlaid with multicolored glass
The British Museum 

didoofcarthage:

Gold pectoral of a hovering falcon

Egypt, Late Period, after 600 B.C.

gold inlaid with multicolored glass

The British Museum 

(Source: britishmuseum.org, via last-of-the-romans)

My new sounds:

My new sounds:

No Sky God live at Muchmore’s August 27, 2014.
Photo by Robbie Lee.

No Sky God live at Muchmore’s August 27, 2014.

Photo by Robbie Lee.

fucktheory:

5 Points (Around Lacan)

I am often asked about my dislike for Lacan.  But I dislike talking about Lacan, so I don’t really like explaining why I don’t like Lacan.  Anyway, yesterday on Twitter I caved and wrote up in 5 key points why I don’t and here it is reproduced in familiar index card form so hopefully I don’t have to deal with this again anytime soon. 

I mean, this is pretty funny. Throwing shade on Kant! Well done.

Roman theater at Patara, ancient capital of the Lycian League.

Images from the ruins of the Romano-Pisidian city of Sagalassos, approximately 140 kilometers north of present-day Antalya, Turkey.