Giuseppe Cesaro

Giuseppe Cesaro

Giuseppe Cesaro
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Kids are just innocent

Kids are just innocent

acheter son billet d'avion au meilleur moment

acheter son billet d'avion au meilleur moment

Commencer cette journée avec un sourire sur votre visage!

Commencer cette journée avec un sourire sur votre visage!

A satellite image of the archaeological site of Tanis, after processing. Sarah Parcak used satellite data to find the ancient Egyptian city.

A satellite image of the archaeological site of Tanis, after processing. Sarah Parcak used satellite data to find the ancient Egyptian city.

'Unique' Roman tombstone found in Cirencester

'Unique' Roman tombstone found in Cirencester

The biggest find at the site was a huge wine cauldron. Standing on the handles of the cauldron, is the Greek god Acheloos. The river deity is shown with horns, a beard, the ears of a bull and a triple mustache

The biggest find at the site was a huge wine cauldron. Standing on the handles of the cauldron, is the Greek god Acheloos. The river deity is shown with horns, a beard, the ears of a bull and a triple mustache

German Albatros D.III's of Jagdstaffel 11 and Jagdstaffel 4 at Roucourt, near Douai, France. April 1917.

German Albatros D.III's of Jagdstaffel 11 and Jagdstaffel 4 at Roucourt, near Douai, France. April 1917.

Deep in the mountains of Jackson County, just outside Sylva, North Carolina, sets a large, baffling stone. It is a soapstone boulder, and it’s covered with a plethora of strange drawings that some archaeologists believe may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old. Even the Cherokee Indians consider the site ancient, pre-dating their presence in the area. The rock has been studied by researchers across the world, but no one has ever deciphered the bizarre petroglyphs on the stone or figured out who made…

Deep in the mountains of Jackson County, just outside Sylva, North Carolina, sets a large, baffling stone. It is a soapstone boulder, and it’s covered with a plethora of strange drawings that some archaeologists believe may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old. Even the Cherokee Indians consider the site ancient, pre-dating their presence in the area. The rock has been studied by researchers across the world, but no one has ever deciphered the bizarre petroglyphs on the stone or figured out who made…