Binary & Tweed
He's now an archaeologist of buried libidinal vestiges of London's egregore.
there's a wren church right next to the tower of london where they have the crow's nest in the crypt for some reasonExplorers and researchers, battling freezing temperatures, have located Endurance, Ernest Shackleton’s ship that sank in the Antarctic in 1915.www.nytimes.com
they also used to use iron and glass from meteorites https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/museums/2019/01/04/object-of-the-week-372-3-meteorite-beads/ the oldest worked iron itemsHave you heard of faience? It’s the intersection between clay and glass
Not Thames provenance obviously. A striking display of blue from the south east Mediterranean, when it ages and the surface patina degrades it can look like copper oxide
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