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This picture is really ugly and I would not want it to look like this but it gives you an idea

This picture is really ugly and I would not want it to look like this but it gives you an idea

O like how the lions act as armrests. I also like how the lions are all in a sitting position. There should only be 12 lions excluding the two "armrest lions". One on each step on each side.

O like how the lions act as armrests. I also like how the lions are all in a sitting position. There should only be 12 lions excluding the two "armrest lions". One on each step on each side.

I kinda like this face of the lion

I kinda like this face of the lion

6 steps and 12 lions. one on each step on each side. I want the lions to be sitting. Once again just to give you an idea

6 steps and 12 lions. one on each step on each side. I want the lions to be sitting. Once again just to give you an idea

Here is an example of how the animal is used as an armrest. Everything else about the design of the chair is ugly

Here is an example of how the animal is used as an armrest. Everything else about the design of the chair is ugly

Period: Mid-Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Medium: Glass Dimensions: H. 11.25 cm. Classification: Glass

Period: Mid-Imperial Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Medium: Glass Dimensions: H. 11.25 cm. Classification: Glass

COSTA RICA | Deer-Head Bell, 11th–16th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Jan Mitchell and Sons Collection, Gift of Jan Mitchell, 1991 (1991.419.2) #WorldCup

COSTA RICA | Deer-Head Bell, 11th–16th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Jan Mitchell and Sons Collection, Gift of Jan Mitchell, 1991 (1991.419.2) #WorldCup

Plaque  |  10th–early 11th century; Caliphal  |  Attributed to Córdoba, Spain  |  Ivory, quartz, pigment

Plaque | 10th–early 11th century; Caliphal | Attributed to Córdoba, Spain | Ivory, quartz, pigment

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