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Sarah was a Khoikhoi woman who was exhibited as a freak show attraction in early 19th-century Europe under the name Hottentot Venus — “Hottentot” was the then-current name for the Khoi people. After she died impoverished at a very young age, her body was dissected and her remains displayed. For more than a century and a half – until 1974! – visitors to the “Museum of Man” in Paris could view her brain and skeleton. In 2002, she was peacefully laid to rest in her homeland South Africa.

Sarah was a Khoikhoi woman who was exhibited as a freak show attraction in early 19th-century Europe under the name Hottentot Venus — “Hottentot” was the then-current name for the Khoi people. After she died impoverished at a very young age, her body was dissected and her remains displayed. For more than a century and a half – until 1974! – visitors to the “Museum of Man” in Paris could view her brain and skeleton. In 2002, she was peacefully laid to rest in her homeland South Africa.

Celtic warrior with sword and shield. King Somhairle by ~JohnMcCambridge on deviantART

Celtic warrior with sword and shield. King Somhairle by ~JohnMcCambridge on deviantART

Cu Chulainn was a hero from Ulster. He was the son of the god, Lugh, and his childhood name was Setanta. In a way, he is like a viking, or even the Incredible Hulk, because he is taken by fits of extreme rage, which gives to his success in war. Cu Chulainn is killed by javelins made by the sons of Calidin. He hears battle cries and sees warriors that are really just illusions conjured up by the enemy. After being hit, he tied himself to a pillar so that he could stand upright to face his…

Cu Chulainn was a hero from Ulster. He was the son of the god, Lugh, and his childhood name was Setanta. In a way, he is like a viking, or even the Incredible Hulk, because he is taken by fits of extreme rage, which gives to his success in war. Cu Chulainn is killed by javelins made by the sons of Calidin. He hears battle cries and sees warriors that are really just illusions conjured up by the enemy. After being hit, he tied himself to a pillar so that he could stand upright to face his…

Macbeth (1005-1057) King of Scotland (yes he was a real king)

Macbeth (1005-1057) King of Scotland (yes he was a real king)

dwalinroxxx: See this bunch of Scotsmen, so strong a handsome built?I wonder if it’s true what they don’t wear beneath the kilt So, have a whole gang now. Blame yourselves for asking me to make a series. BLAME YOURSELVES *fans self aggressively*

dwalinroxxx: See this bunch of Scotsmen, so strong a handsome built?I wonder if it’s true what they don’t wear beneath the kilt So, have a whole gang now. Blame yourselves for asking me to make a series. BLAME YOURSELVES *fans self aggressively*