Explore The Death, Army and more!

Explore related topics

MODELLOURS WORKSHOP: The Death of 6th Army in Stalingrad

Diorama of the Day: Death of an Army

Key stage 1 Year 1 Numicon 10 more/less,  1 more/less    addition, subtraction and number. Mastery

Key stage 1 Year 1 Numicon 10 more/less, 1 more/less addition, subtraction and number. Mastery

Doubling powerpoint using numicon. Powerpoint starts with double 2 and goes up to double

Star Wars Death Trooper Specialist Sixth Scale Figure by Hot | Sideshow…

Star Wars Death Trooper Specialist Sixth Scale Figure by Hot Sideshow…

Death Korps of Krieg: Trench Warfare Diorama

CoolMiniOrNot - Death Korps of Krieg: Trench Warfare Diorama

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica)    Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art.    Also, 27 January is Holocaust Remembrance Day in the UK.

In pictures: Illustrating hope

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica) Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art. For Holocaust remembrence

Exhibition of miniatures painted by other artists from around the world.

CoolMiniOrNot - Death Korp of Krieg - Where once was Paradise

Exhibition of miniatures painted by other artists from around the world.

The Internet's largest gallery of painted miniatures, with a large repository of how-to articles on miniature painting

Side A: On both sides of this krater are duels from the Trojan War. Memnon, king of Ethiopia, was an ally of the Trjojans. His death at the hands of Achilles was described in the Aethiopis, a lost epic poem. Achilles and Memnon wear corselets covered with plates of scale-armor. Achilles carries a "Theban" shield, with deep, semi-circular notches; the device on the front is not visible but Memnon's shield has the head of a gorgon. Encouraged by Athena who holds out her snake-rimm...

Side A: On both sides of this krater are duels from the Trojan War. Memnon, king of Ethiopia, was an ally of the Trjojans. His death at the hands of Achilles was described in the Aethiopis, a lost epic poem. Achilles and Memnon wear corselets covered with plates of scale-armor. Achilles carries a "Theban" shield, with deep, semi-circular notches; the device on the front is not visible but Memnon's shield has the head of a gorgon. Encouraged by Athena who holds out her snake-rimm...

Pinterest
Search