dagny rearden

- “We’re not in a hurry, I’m not being paid. Right now there is zero incentive for reward. Why would I drive fast?”
- “Because I’m asking you to.”
- “And do you always get what you want?”
- “Usually.”

(Source: theworldofcinema)


Votive crown is a votive offering, very popular during the Early Middle Ages. Usually, the crown was suspended on chains to be visible at the altar, or later placed on the head of a statue. They were always filled with stones and often made out of gold.

image: (x) Visigothic votive crowns, Treasure of Guarrazar

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