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Jewel Encrusted Skeletons (13 pics)

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  • 9 Sep, 2013  |
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Art historian Paul Koudounaris hunted down these jewel encrusted skeletons in secret Catholic vaults. Those are the remains of Catholic martyrs dug up from Roman catacombs. They were sent to churches across Europe to replace relics destroyed in Reformation. Some took up to five years to decorate in gold, silver and gemstones. Several skeletons were even found hidden away in lock-ups and containers.

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№1 Author: candysack (9 Sep 2013 04:08) Total user comments: 1436


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So...umm...they dug out the corpses dressed them in gold in 5 yers then burried them again? for that some of them look fucking awesome! I have seen Lindsey Lohan looking worse with makeup....

also does the last one has its original skin and eyes?? :15:
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№2 Author: 1234 (9 Sep 2013 04:22) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: its gonna get stolen...
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