The Sea Gave Up the Dead (1892) By Frederic Leighton

Full title “And the Sea Gave Up the Dead Which Were in It”.

And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works.

Revelation 20:13
The Sea Gave Up the Dead (1892) By Frederic Leighton

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Cyclops Child (18th Century) by Nicholas Edouard Lerouge

With the caption “Monstres”, which is French for ‘Monster’. This poor child is suffering by Cyclopia. Cyclopia is a birth defect, in which the embryo fails to divide the orbits of the eye into two cavities.

Cyclops Child (18th Century) by Nicholas Edouard Lerouge

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Circumcision Knife (18th Century)

Circumcision knife, dated some time between 1775-1785. Did they use anesthesia?! Opinions about circumcision range from ‘necessary medical procedure’ & ‘religious ritual’, to ‘genital mutilation’.

Circumcision Knife (18th Century)

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The Wave (1907) By Carlos Schwabe

The ocean wants you to join it. The wave is filled with terror and temptation. Remember, no matter if you can swim or not – when the wave is big enough, it will get you!

The Wave (1907) By Carlos Schwabe

Below are the individual figures depicted in the wave.

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