Suni Mocholí Roselló: Els fusters-los carpinteros, esos grandes olvidado...

Suni Mocholí Roselló: Els fusters-los carpinteros, esos grandes olvidado...

Sweets, such as pan de muertos (bread of the dead) and these spun-sugar mariachi musicians, are common treats for Dia de los Muertos. The sweet candy is a balance to the bitterness of death.

Sweets, such as pan de muertos (bread of the dead) and these spun-sugar mariachi musicians, are common treats for Dia de los Muertos. The sweet candy is a balance to the bitterness of death.

A good Lyme test would go a large way to ending the wars, because at some point in the debate one side is right and the other is wrong.

A good Lyme test would go a large way to ending the wars, because at some point in the debate one side is right and the other is wrong.

Cultural variances in though processes

Cultural variances in though processes

Español: Tractatus de ludo scacorum. Miniatura del siglo XV perteneciente al arte centroeuropeo, quizá realizado en Bohemia (actual República Checa), en Praga, durante el reinado de Vaclav IV (1378-1419) (Wenceslao IV)

Español: Tractatus de ludo scacorum. Miniatura del siglo XV perteneciente al arte centroeuropeo, quizá realizado en Bohemia (actual República Checa), en Praga, durante el reinado de Vaclav IV (1378-1419) (Wenceslao IV)

The artisan. From Les Quatre États de la société by Jean Bourdichon, late- 15th or early-16th c. (Bridgeman Art Library)

The artisan. From Les Quatre États de la société by Jean Bourdichon, late- 15th or early-16th c. (Bridgeman Art Library)

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screenshot-2014-04-30-19-29-11.jpg (818×1024)

Joseph in His Carpentry Shop, Robert Campin, c.1425-28

Joseph in His Carpentry Shop, Robert Campin, c.1425-28

The Fruit Sellers' Stand, detail from 'The Fruit and Vegetable Market' (fresco). Italian School. c1500

The Fruit Sellers' Stand, detail from 'The Fruit and Vegetable Market' (fresco). Italian School. c1500

Saint Eligius as a Goldsmith by Petrus Christus, 1449 the Netherlands, the Met Museum    The standing man and woman are buying a wedding ring, which is being weighed in that little scale.  To the left of Saint Eligius (or the goldsmith - there’s controversy as to who it represents) is a convex mirror showing the road outside his shop.  Seen in this mirror are two foppish men, one who is holding a falcon.

Saint Eligius as a Goldsmith by Petrus Christus, 1449 the Netherlands, the Met Museum The standing man and woman are buying a wedding ring, which is being weighed in that little scale. To the left of Saint Eligius (or the goldsmith - there’s controversy as to who it represents) is a convex mirror showing the road outside his shop. Seen in this mirror are two foppish men, one who is holding a falcon.

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