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The letter present on the dress is in fact the "TAU - greek letter", but it's the lowercase version. The letter on the first step of the staircase (counting from above) is the "PI - greek letter" but it's a different lowercase version called the "POMEGA". SIDE NOTE: If you search on the 13 page of 617 on the link below, you will find the hebrew and greek ...


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The “We Can Do it” poster was only seen by Westinghouse Employees as W.H. had hired their own in-house artist. His posters would be displayed for two weeks and then replaced with another of his designs. The posters were eventually donated to the Smithsonian. Rockwell’s painting was only known as the Rosie, admittedly based off of the Michelangelo painting ...


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In principle, yes. But it is not the 1943 Westinghouse poster of a "Rosie the Riveter"-like figure captioned "We Can Do It!" by J. Howard Miller that became conflated with "Rosie the Riveter" in postwar years but the painting by Norman Rockwell from 1943: The pose in the Rockwell painting does look a lot like the pose Michelangelo chose to display the ...


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Scholarship on Raphael's works is continually advancing. Many "lost" works by Rafael have been rediscovered in recent years. Some of his previous works have been reattributed to others. It is important to include these changes in one's research by using modern reference materials. One potential source would be a catalogue raisonnee of the artist's work, such ...


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The hexagram is not an exclusively Jewish symbol. For that matter, the Star of David as a symbol of Judaism (as opposed to a symbol used by Jews) is far newer than people realize, dating only to 1897 and the First Zionist Congress. Given that, seeing a six-pointed star on top of a Christmas tree in 1924 is no surprise. Also, Jesus was of the house of ...


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Note: this answer relates to the Unites States unless otherwise stated. Porn (stag) movies could be seen in brothels, and were also shown by secret societies, fraternities, American Legion chapters and at private parties. There were also other, sometimes less obvious, venues such as firehouses. Stag films were most commonly seen by groups - sometimes very ...


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