art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword
Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
Place of Origin: North Italy
Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm
The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.
The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

art-of-swords:

Cinquedea Short Sword

  • Dated: first quarter of the 16th Century
  • Place of Origin: North Italy
  • Measurements: overall length 54.4 cm

The cinquedea has a short, triangular, double-edged blade, with four grooves at the base - three at the centre and two toward the tip. The first two segments of the blade are finely engraved and gilt with effigy of knight on horseback under arches and between floral motifs, on both sides. The typical quillon with the arms bent toward the bottom and a small tip at the quillon-block is engraved and gilt with floral motifs.

The sword has a curved pommel engraved with floral motifs, the gilt bands feature inscriptions "AVXILIVM A SUPER" on a side, and "PRAEBENT VICTORIA" on the other. The bone grip has scales decorated with four filigree rosettes. A similar example can be seen in “Waffen im Schweizerischen Landesmuseum Griffwaffen I” by Hugo Schneider (page 56, N. 74).

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!
ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”
2. ”Berlin remains German!”
3. ”We’ll never surrender!”
4. ”Silence helps the victory!”
5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”
6. ”We’ll never surrender!”
7. ”Victory or chaos”
8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”
9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!

ss-obersturmbannfuehrer:

tetrismusic:

Inscriptions on walls in Germany at the end of the War.

1. ”Long live the Führer! Long live Germany!”

2. ”Berlin remains German!”

3. ”We’ll never surrender!”

4. ”Silence helps the victory!”

5. ”We are victorious because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater German Empire.”

6. ”We’ll never surrender!”

7. ”Victory or chaos”

8. ”1918 NEVER again, People stand up!”

9. ”Führer commands, we follow you!

sixpenceee:

JOINTS IN MOTION

As said by IFL science

Cameron Drake of San Francisco has created a collection of magnificent images showing joints in motion. He was aided by orthopedic physician Dr. Noah Weiss and the finished product is completely amazing. If you’d like to know more about the project, please check out Drake’s blog.

sixpenceee:

Here is something phenomenal, I have to share with you all: 
A mother cichlid keeps her babies in her mouth to protect them. Sometimes she let’s them out as shown above. Her mouth serves as a nest and nursery. 
It may seem like a good system, but it’s not exactly.
Let me introduce these guys: 

These catfish are notorious parasites. The catfish try and pick up a few of cichlid eggs. The mother defends her station, while the catfish drop a few of their own eggs. They know the cichlid mother will pick them up and think of it as her own egg.

So the cichlid become a surrogate mother for the offspring of their enemy. The catfish take off soon, not knowing what’s becomes of their young. The cichlid mother does her job, letting her brood grow in her mouth. 

Like in a horror movie, the catfish eggs hatch first. The baby catfish gobbles up every single one of the cichlid babies.

The cichlid mother releases, not her own babies, but the killer catfish baby that ate of all her own children.

The cichlid mom doesn’t realize the switch and treats the catfish baby as if it were her own.

A morbid, ironic twist. Here’s the video for this
Another interesting science post: How the Mokin Children Are Able to See Crystal Clear Underwater

sixpenceee:

Here is something phenomenal, I have to share with you all: 

A mother cichlid keeps her babies in her mouth to protect them. Sometimes she let’s them out as shown above. Her mouth serves as a nest and nursery. 

It may seem like a good system, but it’s not exactly.

Let me introduce these guys: 

These catfish are notorious parasites. The catfish try and pick up a few of cichlid eggs. The mother defends her station, while the catfish drop a few of their own eggs. They know the cichlid mother will pick them up and think of it as her own egg.

So the cichlid become a surrogate mother for the offspring of their enemy. The catfish take off soon, not knowing what’s becomes of their young. The cichlid mother does her job, letting her brood grow in her mouth. 

Like in a horror movie, the catfish eggs hatch first. The baby catfish gobbles up every single one of the cichlid babies.

The cichlid mother releases, not her own babies, but the killer catfish baby that ate of all her own children.

The cichlid mom doesn’t realize the switch and treats the catfish baby as if it were her own.

A morbid, ironic twist. Here’s the video for this

Another interesting science post: How the Mokin Children Are Able to See Crystal Clear Underwater

bossies:

amazing custom water/light reference tool
http://www.madebyevan.com/webgl-water/

online perspective manager/maker
http://www33.atwiki.jp/kndy/pages/94.html

online photoshop
http://pixlr.com/editor/

bossies:

STARted is an online service dedicated to making anyone’s apparel design into actual wearable items of clothing.  All you have to do is upload a drawing, and they will do the sewing for you.

Thought I would share because this is very, very cool!

anatomicalart:

Hello friends! I have put together a collection of inspiration for you. These are all on Tumblr, and I tried to include only active blogs as well.

If you are interested in having another one of these masterposts, please send us a fanmail with links to your favorite…

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