Nikolai Wüstemann

Nikolai Wüstemann

Nikolai Wüstemann
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Into The Fire Jewelry - The Gold Standard in Skull Rings   These Rings, Pendants and photos are original designs of Demitri Bakogiorgis and may not be copied, reproduced or sold without the written consent of Demitri Bakogiorgis © 2012 - 2016    Decayed Half Jaw Skull Ring   $235.00 Free shipping in the USA  I will make the ring any size you need and let you choose from Rustic, Vintage or Polished finishes at no extra charge  (Please allow me to 2 weeks to make the ring in the size needed)…

Into The Fire Jewelry - The Gold Standard in Skull Rings These Rings, Pendants and photos are original designs of Demitri Bakogiorgis and may not be copied, reproduced or sold without the written consent of Demitri Bakogiorgis © 2012 - 2016 Decayed Half Jaw Skull Ring $235.00 Free shipping in the USA I will make the ring any size you need and let you choose from Rustic, Vintage or Polished finishes at no extra charge (Please allow me to 2 weeks to make the ring in the size needed)…

Charon’s obol is an allusive term for the coin placed in or on the mouth of a dead person before burial. Greek and Latin literary sources specify the coin as an obol, and explain it as a payment or bribe for Charon, the ferryman who conveyed souls across the river that divided the world of the living from the world of the dead. Archaeological examples of these coins, of various denominations in practice, have been called “the most famous grave goods from antiquity.”  (by…

Charon’s obol is an allusive term for the coin placed in or on the mouth of a dead person before burial. Greek and Latin literary sources specify the coin as an obol, and explain it as a payment or bribe for Charon, the ferryman who conveyed souls across the river that divided the world of the living from the world of the dead. Archaeological examples of these coins, of various denominations in practice, have been called “the most famous grave goods from antiquity.” (by…