Skulls in real-world architecture

2011-07-12 Khaiell

Folks at Games Workshop love to put skulls all over anything. We in Central Europe understand their liking. It comes from an ancient Christian invocation: Terminus nulli cedo - The end (Death) bows to no one

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Michał Prysłopski
Death chasing a lady on a Nürnberger memorial
German mausoleum in Jelenia GóraGerman mausoleum in Jelenia Góra IITombstone in Konin (Poland), Terminus Nulli Cedo

See the pictures as separate pages: Death chasing a lady on a Nürnberger memorial * German mausoleum in Jelenia Góra * German mausoleum in Jelenia Góra II * Tombstone in Konin (Poland), Terminus Nulli Cedo

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