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Haha AP European history jokes:)

I have no idea who thought to mash up the French Revolution with Dance Dance Revolution, but . it makes me laugh! Seriously, though, when it comes to current philosophical issues, all roads lead back to the French Revolution.

1800-1830 Skeleton Suit - "[This] wool skeleton suit was worn by John Worthington Williams, Sr., of Wethersfield, CT. For an American boy, the suit represents the elaborate military uniforms being worn by European officers in the Napoleonic Wars

Skeleton Suit: "[This] wool skeleton suit was worn by John Worthington Williams, Sr., of Wethersfield, CT. For an American boy, the suit represents the elaborate military uniforms being worn by European officers in the Napoleonic Wars.

Eye movement of a woman in looking at a man.  It is just a 1940's  eye-trail map of where women looked at a man, a non-mathematical treatment of vague interest.

Eye Movements of a Woman Looking at a Man: It is just a eye-trail map of where women looked at a man, a non-mathematical treatment of vague interest.

A patient prepared for an operation for pterygium (an eye surgery), 1583

Patient prepared for a pterygium operation, an eye surgery; full length view of a man sitting in a chair with his arms and legs bound to the chair. Dresden, Germany by Matthes Stöckel

Blanche Parry, Elizabeth I.'s nurse, who served her Mistress all her life. Excerpt: 'Blanche was the constant companion of Elizabeth for fifty-six years. Sir William Cecil, Lord Burghley was her friend and cousin and she facilitated his relationship, and that of Sir Robert Cecil, with the Queen. Blanche was at the centre of the Royal Court. Blanche’s aunt was Blanche Herbert, Lady Troy, the Lady Mistress who supervised the upbringing of the Tudor children.'

Blanche Parry - Chief Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber to Elizabeth I (Photo of a now missing portrait.