Graffiti at Deir el-Bahri.

Deir el-Bahri is the mortuary temple of Egyptian pharaoh Hatshepsut, who ruled from about 1473–1458 BC. 

The shown graffiti was carved later, and depicts Coptic text and symbols, including what appears to be two early Coptic crosses with olive branches. The ‘Copts’ are the Christians of Egypt. According to legend, their church was founded in the 1st century AD in Alexandria by Mark the Evangelist while Egypt was under Roman rule.

Photos taken by Irene Soto, and courtesy of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.

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Sometimes you forget


  • that you dodge bullets
  • that you catch knives between your teeth
  • that you wear the the ones that made it through with pride
  • that the other side of your face is filled with stars
  • that you made it through to the end of the day that one time, your back filled with the tails of arrows
  • that every time you want to die, you’re forgetting that you’ve already died a million times already
  • that destruction does not equal creation
  • but it is not always it’s opposite

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Contemplating (by Marika Bäumler)

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'Eye of Sethos' by Andrew D. Chumbley

Aaith to Bhve..

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Socionics erotic attitudes are on point and spooper helpful


white vegans be like “honey is unethical because the bees worked so hard on it that’s why I like the completely ethical alternative of sugar harvested by underpaid and abused fieldworkers”

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Chris Travis - LA To Memphis (Prod. Ricano)