Susan Hoar
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The most elaborate Egyptian cat mummy I've ever seen. Time for a trip to The Louvre, where this treasure from 332 BCE lives.

The most elaborate Egyptian cat mummy I've ever seen. Time for a trip to The Louvre, where this treasure from 332 BCE lives.

Mummy of an kitten (hind legs pushed up on either side of the pelvis and the forelegs drawn down the body; skeleton appears to be complete with no signs of trauma; occupies only one third of the bundle; soft tissue present; the rest of the space is made up with linen packing); the wrappings, consisting of narrow strips of linen of light and redder brown, have been skillfully arranged so as to form a repeating lozenge pattern; the facial features have are modelled and emphasized with black…

Mummy of an kitten (hind legs pushed up on either side of the pelvis and the forelegs drawn down the body; skeleton appears to be complete with no signs of trauma; occupies only one third of the bundle; soft tissue present; the rest of the space is made up with linen packing); the wrappings, consisting of narrow strips of linen of light and redder brown, have been skillfully arranged so as to form a repeating lozenge pattern; the facial features have are modelled and emphasized with black…

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Rachel Dein (previously) chooses to immortalize plants that might otherwise wither away shortly after their appearance in the spring. Dein places theses flowers, vegetables, and foliage in arrangements within clay, making an impression of the plants before applying a layer of plaster. Once hardened,

Rachel Dein (previously) chooses to immortalize plants that might otherwise wither away shortly after their appearance in the spring. Dein places theses flowers, vegetables, and foliage in arrangements within clay, making an impression of the plants before applying a layer of plaster. Once hardened,