historythings
hobovampire:

art-of-swords:

Different types of Swords
1. Sword blade from Mycene
2. Persian
3. Egyptian
4. - 5. Leaf-shaped sword (Broze Age)
6. Hilt of a Bronze Age sword
7. Greek
8. Ancient Irish wooden sword
9. Roman
10. 13th Century sword
11. 14th to 15th Century sword
12. 16th Century sword
13. Sword of James IV
14. Two-handed sword
15. - 17. Basket-hilted rapiers, 17th Century
18. Claymore
19. - 20. Scimitars
21. Hilt of a rapier, 18th Century
22. Jewelled hilt of Indian Sword
23. Hilt of a French sword, 17th Century

Gorgeous.

hobovampire:

art-of-swords:

Different types of Swords

1. Sword blade from Mycene

2. Persian

3. Egyptian

4. - 5. Leaf-shaped sword (Broze Age)

6. Hilt of a Bronze Age sword

7. Greek

8. Ancient Irish wooden sword

9. Roman

10. 13th Century sword

11. 14th to 15th Century sword

12. 16th Century sword

13. Sword of James IV

14. Two-handed sword

15. - 17. Basket-hilted rapiers, 17th Century

18. Claymore

19. - 20. Scimitars

21. Hilt of a rapier, 18th Century

22. Jewelled hilt of Indian Sword

23. Hilt of a French sword, 17th Century

Gorgeous.

cabinporn
cabinporn:

A salvaged window house in Christiania, Denmark.
From Tiny House Blog:

A town within a city, a rebel neighborhood within a well-ordered society. This is Christiania (Freetown), Denmark, a small community smack dab in the middle of Copenhagen, Denmark. Within this community are tiny houses, built by hand and with whatever materials are within reach. Christiania began in 1971 as an occupation of disused army barracks in the southern portion of Copenhagen near a lake. The 900 or so freethinking individuals who inhabit the area are a self governing community who refuse to pay taxes to the Danish government, run their own businesses and schools, live without cars on unpaved roads, build their own houses, restaurants and civil buildings and even have their own currency.

cabinporn:

A salvaged window house in Christiania, Denmark.

From Tiny House Blog:

A town within a city, a rebel neighborhood within a well-ordered society. This is Christiania (Freetown), Denmark, a small community smack dab in the middle of Copenhagen, Denmark. Within this community are tiny houses, built by hand and with whatever materials are within reach. Christiania began in 1971 as an occupation of disused army barracks in the southern portion of Copenhagen near a lake. The 900 or so freethinking individuals who inhabit the area are a self governing community who refuse to pay taxes to the Danish government, run their own businesses and schools, live without cars on unpaved roads, build their own houses, restaurants and civil buildings and even have their own currency.