Humor na imprensa portuguesa durante a primeira guerra mundial, 1914 <http://hemerotecadigital.cm-lisboa.pt/Periodicos/OZe/1914/N204/N204_item1/P1.html> by Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa on Flickr.Humor na imprensa portuguesa durante a primeira guerra mundial, 1914.
in: O Zé : sucessor do jornal O Xuão, N.º 204, 8 Outubro 1914.
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Humor na imprensa portuguesa durante a primeira guerra mundial, 1914 <http://hemerotecadigital.cm-lisboa.pt/Periodicos/OZe/1914/N204/N204_item1/P1.html> by Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa on Flickr.

Humor na imprensa portuguesa durante a primeira guerra mundial, 1914.

in: O Zé : sucessor do jornal O Xuão, N.º 204, 8 Outubro 1914.



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Retrato de Eugénia Manoel da Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa, 1917 by Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa on Flickr.Retrato de Eugénia Manoel (Atalaia), da Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa, 1917.
Foto: Salão Arte.
in: Ilustração Portuguesa, n.º 616, 10 de Dezembro de 1917.
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Retrato de Eugénia Manoel da Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa, 1917 by Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa on Flickr.

Retrato de Eugénia Manoel (Atalaia), da Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa, 1917.

Foto: Salão Arte.

in: Ilustração Portuguesa, n.º 616, 10 de Dezembro de 1917.



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porto 2014 by ana fiambre on Flickr.

porto 2014 by ana fiambre on Flickr.

mediumaevum:


Fine table linen was essential for fine medieval dining. In the late medieval period the best tablecloths were as white as possible, ornamented with allover woven patterns, embroidery, separately stitched coloured borders, fringes, stripes, or some combination of these. There were plainer linen cloths for plainer people, and even rough hemp tablecloths on more impoverished tables. If anyone in Western Europe had to manage without a tablecloth they were at the very bottom of the social heap, like the washerwomen whose work was essential to keeping the best linen as fine and white as possible.
image: John of Gaunt dining with the King of Portugal, XV century (x)

mediumaevum:

Fine table linen was essential for fine medieval dining. In the late medieval period the best tablecloths were as white as possible, ornamented with allover woven patterns, embroidery, separately stitched coloured borders, fringes, stripes, or some combination of these. There were plainer linen cloths for plainer people, and even rough hemp tablecloths on more impoverished tables. If anyone in Western Europe had to manage without a tablecloth they were at the very bottom of the social heap, like the washerwomen whose work was essential to keeping the best linen as fine and white as possible.

image: John of Gaunt dining with the King of Portugal, XV century (x)

(Fonte: oldandinteresting.com, via iloveofthee-beloved-this)

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preserved Portuguese lovely art

voiceofnature:

Quinta da Aveleda, Portugal. From Alicornio and Karl Gercens.

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greeneyes55:


Gaia Portugal 1968 
Photo: Anonymous

greeneyes55:

Gaia Portugal 1968 

Photo: Anonymous

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