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Photographer Ken Hermann's simply titled project Smoke observes colorful clouds of the title's subject matter as they disperse through industrial environments, each gaseous mass originating from a ladder at the center of the photograph. The works follow Hermann's previous series Explosion 2.0, a

New Smoke-Based Photographs by Ken Hermann Capture Colorful Bursts Rising From an Industrial Corridor

Photographer Ken Hermann's simply titled project Smoke observes colorful clouds of the title's subject matter as they disperse through industrial environments, each gaseous mass originating from a ladder at the center of the photograph. The works follow Hermann's previous series Explosion 2.0, a

Minoan women fashion looks much more complex than the fashion of classical Greece. They wore robes that were open to the navel and had short sleeves and layered flounced skirts. The patterns on clothes emphasized symmetrical geometric designs. Minoan women also had the option of wearing a strapless fitted bodice, probably the first fitted garment known in history.

Female Character on Minoan Fresco Sexual equality exists among the Minoans. Glotz thinks that the Minoan women h.

Greek Minoan woman -- lots of colors and padded apron in center.

Greek Minoan woman -- lots of colors and padded apron in center.

Saffron gatherer in fresco from Akrotiri, Thera.    As you can clearly see here, Minoan women wore belts to hold up their culotte-like pants and their skirts. Also, they were the first civilization to wear corset-like metal belts underneath if their clothes to emphasize the waist on both women and men.  This is the link for the original picture. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wall_Paintings_of_Thera

Saffron gatherer in fresco from Akrotiri, Thera, 1600 B. Minoan women wore belts to hold up their culotte-like pants and their skirts. They wore corset-like metal belts underneath their clothes to emphasize the waist on both women and men.

"why is one creepy but not the other?" via inkontheside.com

"why is one creepy but not the other?" via inkontheside.com

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Funny pictures about Poor social skills. Oh, and cool pics about Poor social skills. Also, Poor social skills.

Schildering uit Knossos, Kreta, 2000 BC

‘Minoan "Ladies in Blue" Women Fresco Art’ Poster by W.

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I don't have time to see any crazy salesperson, I have a battle to fight.

Minoan civilization was on balance a matriarchal society with social equality between the sexes, lead by both Kings and Queens. Illustrated is the "Camp Stool Fresco," which shows what is believed to be a woman on the left sharing a cup with a man or a woman on the right. In other frescoes, male figures are depicted with brown skin and female figures with white skin. (wikipedia)

The Camp-Stool Fresco. The Palace of Minos at Knossos.

Affresco - Cnosso (XVI secolo a.C.)

Minoan Fresco Wandbilder im Knossos Kreta Griechenland

The Minoan civilization flourished in the middle Bronze Age on the Mediterranean island of Crete (circa 2000-1500 BC). Art by Giovanni Caselli (Minoan dress/user: Aethon)

The Minoan civilization flourished in the middle Bronze Age on the Mediterranean island of Crete (circa 2000 BC). Art by Giovanni Caselli (Minoan dress/user: Aethon)

Many organizations have pursued Big Data as a panacea. For years, there has been an implicit strategy to capture as much data as possible and then figure out what to do with all of it later. Big Da…

Many organizations have pursued Big Data as a panacea. For years, there has been an implicit strategy to capture as much data as possible and then figure out

"Adult Saffron-Gatherer", detail from the "Saffron-Gatherers", wall-painting from Thera, Greece, c.1650 B.C.

Saffron-Gatherer", detail from the "Saffron-Gatherers", wall-painting from Thera, Greece, B.

Bronze age frescos of naked boys, from the excavation site of Akrotiri,Santorini,Greece 1700 BC

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