HORRIFIC: "Girl with bound feet 1870-1890. The feet would then regularly be unbound, washed and kneaded, with additional pain often caused by beating the sole of the foot to keep the bones broken. The feet were then rebound – ever more tightly each time. Whenever the binding session was over, the girl was immediately forced to walk on her feet to crush them further. None of this was carried out with any anesthetic."
The Messianic Aleph/Tav את Scriptures was written to be a Study Bible and is the most unique rendition of the Tanakh (Old Testament) Bible of its kind in the world. Unequivocally the greatest symbol in biblical history since it was revealed by the Apostle John is the Aleph/Tav את Character Symbol.
ancientpeoples: Agate Eye Stone 19th Century BC Old Babylonian This stone is engraved with a 5 line inscription, which contains a dedication to Shamash (the Sun god) by Hammurabi. (Source: The British Museum)
Ancient Gravestone Epitaphs Give Insight into Early Jews and Christians: Most Jewish tombstones from Zoar (Zoora) carry Aramaic inscriptions painted in red ochre (see above). These gravestone epitaphs give the name of the deceased, followed by the date of death and conclude with expressions of peace.
LOST BEAUTY. Interior of the “Old Main” Building (1874) of The Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Ohio. J.W. McLaughlin, Architect. Photographer unknown. PLCH began in 1802 as a subscription library. It officially became the Cincinnati Public Library in 1853. Constructed on Vine St between 6th & 7th St in 1874, it was then considered the most magnificent public library building in the country. Site in use until 1955. per wikipedia.