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Museum of artifacts Osterby Man: bog body of which only the skull and hair survive. The hair is unusually well preserved and is tied above the right temple in a Suebian knot.

17th century Roman jeweled skeleton, via Retronaut

Maximus - ‘Taken from the catacombs of Rome in the century, the relics of twelve martyred saints were then attired in the regalia of the period before being interred in a remote church on the German/Czech border.’ - Immortal, Toby de Silva via

a perfect Man in the Iron mask- mask, not really a "costume" piece but I just had to display it - AJS

Coffee Anyone? For some, there's nothing like drinking a fresh cup of coffee to wake up in the morning. Although I wish this skull-shaped coffee grinder was real, it's actually an awesome photo manipulation created by digital artist AZRainman.

fused heads | by zenosaurus

atlasobscura: “ “ Fused skulls on display at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia. ” Obscura Society New York: Road Trip to Philadelphia Medical oddities, an antique operating theater and.

Alas, poor Yorik, I knew him, Horatio...a man of most infinite grain and burl!

Dan Lucas of Portland, Oregon carved this gorgeous skull from black walnut. He says, “The light spot at the top of the skull is an old rectangular nail totally embedded in the wood—I didn’t find it until I cut into the block.” Via SkullaDay

JOJO POST STAR GATES: Results from the first 3 Paracas skulls tested, released on June 14 2012 have given us C-14 (carbon 14) dates of approximately 2300 years of age for all three skulls, plus or minus 30 years. This confirms that the skulls are ancient, and that these people existed as a genetically distinct group. The Nazca people, famous for having made the Nazca Lines moved into the Paracas area at approximately 100 AD.

Results from the first 3 Paracas skulls tested, released on June 14 2012 have…

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown  Archaeologists have discovered physical evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown colony: the butchered remains of a 14-year-old girl.

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown

Cannibal colonists devoured 14 year-old girl at Jamestown. Archaeologists have discovered physical evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown colony — the butchered remains of a girl.

Massively damaged Skull- person survived damage for 10+ years before death! Mutter Museum

Deformed human skull from Depuytren's museum, Paris, France.

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