Tag Archives: 17th century

Memento Mori Monday: Coral Cutlery

It’s monday again! This week’s Memento Mori is practical in many ways, but mostly it shows us a practical way of “thinking on death” that I hadn’t touched upon before. Back in the days (we’re talking 15th, 16th century here) … Continue reading

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The Royal Cat Of Research Courage

I am doing research for a paper on some obscure 17th century artist, I have been in the library since 8:30 this morning, and I did not. Have. Lunch. (Which means that I haven’t had food for almost 10 hours. … Continue reading

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