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Texts In Which The Morrigan Appears

These works are the major texts in which the Morrígan or one of the Morrígna appears, but there are other texts in which she’s mentioned in passing that aren’t included. This list was originally compiled by Morpheus Ravenna in "The Book…

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dannygrahamart: Smoked Out PosterDanny Graham 2016 EPOCH[noun]1....



dannygrahamart:

Smoked Out Poster
Danny Graham 2016

EPOCH

[noun]

1. a particular period of time marked by distinctive features, events, etc.

2. the beginning of a distinctive period in the history of anything; start of an era.

3. a point of time distinguished by a particular event or state of affairs; a memorable date.

4. an extremely important, significant, or influential event.

5. Geology: any of several divisions of a geologic period during which a geologic series is formed.

6. Astronomy: a) an arbitrarily fixed instant of time or date, usually the beginning of a century or half century, used as a reference in giving the elements of a planetary orbit or the like. b) the mean longitude of a planet as seen from the sun at such an instant or date.

Etymology: Neo-Latin epocha < Greek epochḗ, “pause, check, fixed time”.

stacyfaheyart: Since graduating art school, I have read nearly...



stacyfaheyart:

Since graduating art school, I have read nearly 80 books. Books have created a tiny home inside my head that I can find comfort in while I deal with the whirlwind of trying to begin my adult life. I could make up some nonsense about the snails representing how I feel stuck or that I’m moving too slow.. but honestly, I just really wanted to draw some snails.

My piece for @lightgreyartgallery ‘s Tiny Homes exhibit. You can view the whole exhibit on their website: http://lightgreyartlab.com/tiny-homes

DOMICILE

[noun]

1. a place of residence; abode; house or home.

2. Law: a permanent legal residence.

Etymology: from Latin domicilium, from domus, “house”.

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