Dancing Corpse

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cabbagingcove:

Sainte Valérie, by Jaques Laudin II
St. Valerie of Limoges was one of many Catholic saints who was a cephalophore - a martyr who carried their head in their hands. Many of these cephalophores supposedly spoke, prayed, or walked somewhere, after being beheaded.
Painting circa 1700, via Wikimedia Commons.

cabbagingcove:

Sainte Valérie, by Jaques Laudin II

St. Valerie of Limoges was one of many Catholic saints who was a cephalophore - a martyr who carried their head in their hands. Many of these cephalophores supposedly spoke, prayed, or walked somewhere, after being beheaded.

Painting circa 1700, via Wikimedia Commons.

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lostsplendor:

Anna Pavlova, Dragonfly c. 1916 via The New York Public Library

lostsplendor:

Anna Pavlova, Dragonfly c. 1916 via The New York Public Library

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theenglishladye:

The graveyard at St Peter and St Paul’s Church in the medieval village of Lavenham.

theenglishladye:

The graveyard at St Peter and St Paul’s Church in the medieval village of Lavenham.

crashinglybeautiful:

Peter Rose Pulham, Three Surrealist Studies with Hands and Butterflies (1910-1956), 1930s [Source: Sotheby’s] Pilfered from the extraordinary, Memory Green.

crashinglybeautiful:

Peter Rose Pulham, Three Surrealist Studies with Hands and Butterflies (1910-1956), 1930s [Source: Sotheby’s] Pilfered from the extraordinary, Memory Green.

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