Object of intrigue: the prosthetic iron hand of a 16th-century knight https://t.co/RXYyT0u6Ei pic.twitter.com/klHNSuYodZ— Atlas Obscura (@atlasobscura) October 20, 2016
Object of intrigue: the prosthetic iron hand of a 16th-century knight https://t.co/RXYyT0u6Ei pic.twitter.com/klHNSuYodZ
and am awfully glad I don't live in the sixteenth century.
A surprising juxtaposition of the seventeenth century with classical times.
At The New York Times, Mo Willems tells how he enlarges his exposure to new kinds of books.
I think I'll make sure my county supervisor sees this.