My name is Koven; pessimist, cynic, realist, misthantrope, insufferable genius, and all around horrible human being. I'm a Capricorn, a writer, and a professional trainer of ghost type Pokemon.
pokegotswag:

http://roroto531.deviantart.com/

pokegotswag:

http://roroto531.deviantart.com/

designedtoseduce:

zessinna-saris:

Dark green georgette fabric with the white and yellow design throughout the sari. It’s absolutely beautiful, and perfect for a night out or any event. Maybe even try it with a corset! A dull yellow, or silver corset, or black, or a corset like mine! There is no blouse.

$10  + shipping

Please read how to pay, the shipping information, and the disclaimers. :)

*Corset not included*

You are a goddess! Teach me.

dame-binx:

Bubonic http://unded.deviantart.com/

dame-binx:

Bubonic http://unded.deviantart.com/

crow-lady:

My friend brought up the plague doctors in one of our conversations *cough**potato**cough* and I made thisssssssss, which is kinda what we talked about right?? ??? ? /notreallyimsorry
Wow, so many colors. This was bunches of fun to draw too ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ but oh my god I think I should stop doing such extremes ;w;;; and this 3D effect I’m doing on my drawings is really hurting my eyes ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

crow-lady:

My friend brought up the plague doctors in one of our conversations *cough**potato**cough* and I made thisssssssss, which is kinda what we talked about right?? ??? ? /notreallyimsorry

Wow, so many colors. This was bunches of fun to draw too ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ but oh my god I think I should stop doing such extremes ;w;;; and this 3D effect I’m doing on my drawings is really hurting my eyes ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

blackpaint20:

Black Death in Finland 1350 by Hugo Simberg c.1906

blackpaint20:

Black Death in Finland 1350 by Hugo Simberg c.1906

marthajefferson:

history meme: 01/02 natural disasters | The Black Death

The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350, and killing between 75 million and 200 million people.
The Black Death is thought to have started in China or central Asia. It then travelled along the Silk Road and reached the Crimea by 1346. From there, it was probably carried by Oriental rat fleas living on the black rats that were regular passengers on merchant ships. Spreading throughout the Mediterranean and Europe, the Black Death is estimated to have killed 40 to 60 percent of Europe’s population. All in all, the plague reduced the world population from an estimated 450 million to a number between 350 and 375 million in the 14th century. The aftermath of the plague created a series of religious, social and economic upheavals, which had profound effects on the course of European history. It took 150 years for Europe’s population to recover. The plague reoccurred occasionally in Europe until the 19th century. [x]

sveriegsvaapen:

by Laurence Winram (original)

sveriegsvaapen:

by Laurence Winram (original)

mapsontheweb:

Spread of the Black Death

mapsontheweb:

Spread of the Black Death

HISTORY MEME: (1/2 NATURAL DISASTER) - The Black Death 

The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350, and killing between 75 million and 200 million people. Although there were several competing theories as to the etiology of the Black Death, recent analysis of DNA from victims in northern and southern Europe indicates that the pathogen responsible was the Yersinia pestis bacterium probably causing several forms of plague. The Black Death is thought to have started in China or central Asia. It then travelled along the Silk Road and reached the Crimea by 1346. From there, it was probably carried by Oriental rat fleas living on the black rats that were regular passengers on merchant ships. Spreading throughout the Mediterranean and Europe, the Black Death is estimated to have killed 30 to 60 percent of Europe’s population. All in all, the plague reduced the world population from an estimated 450 million to a number between 350 and 375 million in the 14th century. The aftermath of the plague created a series of religious, social and economic upheavals, which had profound effects on the course of European history. It took 150 years for Europe’s population to recover. The plague reoccurred occasionally in Europe until the 19th century.

"One citizen avoided another, hardly any neighbour troubled about others, relatives never or hardly ever visited each other. Moreover, such terror was struck into the hearts of men and women by this calamity, that brother abandoned brother, and the uncle his nephew, and the sister her brother, and very often the wife her husband. What is even worse and nearly incredible is that fathers and mothers refused to see and tend their children, as if they had not been theirs." - Giovanni Boccaccio (Italian writer, lived through the plague as it ravaged the city of Florence in 1348)