Skull of Anglo-Saxon girl and cross found in grave near Cambbridge. Believed to be one of the earliest examples of Christianily overtaking Paganism. The grave dates from the mid-7th century AD when Christianity was being introduced to the Pagan Anglo-Saxon kings.
An American Rococo Carved And Laminated Rosewood Bergere, Attributed To John Henry Belter, New York, Base Relief Crest Carved With Roses And Mask, Waisted Back With Reticulated Acanthus Carved Stiles Continuing To Barrel-Form Arms, Serpentine Seat Rail, Cabriole Legs c. Mid 19th Century
FASHION 1855 Le Moniteur de la Mode, Paris https://www.pinterest.com/michaelacoy9/fashion-plates/ 1830s-40s https://www.pinterest.com/avictorian/1830s-1840s/ VICTORIAN https://www.pinterest.com/jacksondenise/victorian/ CIVIL WAR https://www.pinterest.com/garey/civil-war/ https://www.pinterest.com/yolandaiding/civil-war/