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Extraordinary discovery of 12th century abbot's grave For something like seven centuries he had lain undisturbed. He – or at least his r...

Fall Fairy costume by AmandaLee'sImaginography, via Flickr

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Vashon Island

Pinning for the great links in the comments that tells the actual story- The real story is very interesting all by itself :)

Baby Boy Wilder.Birth: Aug. 1, 1889 De Smet Kingsbury County South Dakota, USA Death: Aug. 12, 1889 De Smet Kingsbury County South Dakota, USA Baby Wilder was the son of children's author Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder and her husband Almanzo James Wilder..

This one is English, from the 12th century and in amazingly good shape. The combs often had ornate carvings of birds or scenes For more info go to

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Lost Colony of Roanoke: How People Vanished?

Roanoke Island: Birthplace of Virginia Dare, first child born of English parents in America.

Map of Laura Ingalls Wilder's travels #lhotp #lhop #lauraingallswilder

“Ananias Dare & Virginia went hence vnto heaven 1591.”  “Anye Englishman Shew John White Govr Via.” The Lost Colony of Roanoke stones carved by Eleanor Dare.

Cluster brooch with letters spelling "Amor," mid-15th century. Franco-Flemish.

Painted wood box with the Legend of Guilhem of Orange, about 1200–1225. Southern France. Walnut, paint, and iron mounts. Private Collection, United Kingdom Founding Father | The Metropolitan Museum of Art