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Portrait of Emperor Charles V at Muhlberg by Titian 1548 The emperor in majestic pose, glorifying him. Individualistic, no christian themes, making him the one to be revered

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Italian Renaissance Equestrian Portrait of Charles V, by Titian Created: 1547 The dark, bold colors of the painting signify Charles's power and ability. The horse's strength represents Charle's own and his armour is a reminder of battle and his heroism.

Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Oops, we did it again, we invaded their la-a-nd.

Liechtenstein

Switzerland and Liechtenstein- how do you accidentally invade another country THREE times?

Das Geheimnis hinter ökonomischen Theorien

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Equestrian Portrait of Charles V by Titian. Painted in the year 1548. It is currently located at the Museo del Prado in Madrid. It is an oil-on-canvas painting and was painted during the Italian Renaissance.

Equestrian Portrait of Charles V by Titian. Painted in the year It is currently located at the Museo del Prado in Madrid. It is an oil-on-canvas painting and was painted during the Italian Renaissance.

YESSSSSS. LMFAO.

One time I heard he was shot during a republican speech and he kept reading the bloody papers.// Teddy Roosevelt, the badass

de oprichting spaanse onderkoninkrijk nieuwe spanje - 1535

de oprichting spaanse onderkoninkrijk nieuwe spanje - 1535

Culture defines what is admirable. History defines what is exceptional. (Historically Hardcore)

Smithsonian: Historically Hardcore History is so much more bad ass than us

THOMAS MUNSTER: was an early Reformation-era German theologian, who became a rebel leader during the Peasants' War. He believed that the questioning of authority promoted by the Lutheran Reformation should also be applied to the economic sphere. Under pressure, Luther had to distance himself from Müntzer, stating that the Reformation he supported was only spiritual. Müntzer was eventually captured, tortured and decapitated.

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Tea For The Tillerman by Cat Stevens

Cat Stevens - Tea For The Tillerman - artwork for his studio album that brought Stevens world-wide fame 1970

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