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Posts tagged dead child

malformalady:

Painted Skull of a Child in Hallstatt. Located in the Austrian village of Halstatt, The Painted Skulls Ossuary was built back in the 12th century to accommodate a flourishing population and a crowded cemetery. The tradition of skull painting began in 1790, when members of the deceased’s family started painting the skulls, because they weren’t able to visit a grave an deposit mementos/flowers.
Photo credit: Michael Lahanas

Reblogged from thespianoge

malformalady:

Painted Skull of a Child in Hallstatt. Located in the Austrian village of Halstatt, The Painted Skulls Ossuary was built back in the 12th century to accommodate a flourishing population and a crowded cemetery. The tradition of skull painting began in 1790, when members of the deceased’s family started painting the skulls, because they weren’t able to visit a grave an deposit mementos/flowers.

Photo credit: Michael Lahanas

sutured-infection:


Dicephalus dibrachius, from Barton Cooke Hirst’s Human Monstrosities: Volume 4, 1891

Reblogged from dahmersfishisnamedalbert

sutured-infection:

Dicephalus dibrachius, from Barton Cooke Hirst’s Human Monstrosities: Volume 4, 1891

miracle-max:

Prince Heinrich of Prussia. Died at the age of four from a brain hemorrhage after falling off a table. He was a great-grandson of Queen Victoria and inherited her hemophilia, known as ‘the royal disease’. 

Reblogged from skellikins

miracle-max:

Prince Heinrich of Prussia. Died at the age of four from a brain hemorrhage after falling off a table. He was a great-grandson of Queen Victoria and inherited her hemophilia, known as ‘the royal disease’. 

sutured-infection:

Bartle Brothers - Dead child laid out for funeral

I love it when their eyes are open.

Reblogged from sutured-infection

sutured-infection:

Bartle Brothers - Dead child laid out for funeral

I love it when their eyes are open.

20-year-old girl hits and kills a small child. 

Get off your phone.

sutured-infection:

Pharyngeal teratoma
(The Ranch)

Reblogged from sutured-infection

sutured-infection:

Pharyngeal teratoma

(The Ranch)

Reblogged from pretendtobehappy

biomedicalephemera:

Ectopic Pregnancy - Abdominal - Fatal to mother and fetus at ~30 weeks due to placental abruption
This is far more developed than most ectopic pregnancies become, and prior to 1999, there were no documented cases where both mother and child survived (and were healthy/not extremely premature) during an ectopic pregnancy. 
An American Textbook of Obstetrics, for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

This would be horrific to go through. 

Reblogged from biomedicalephemera

biomedicalephemera:

Ectopic Pregnancy - Abdominal - Fatal to mother and fetus at ~30 weeks due to placental abruption

This is far more developed than most ectopic pregnancies become, and prior to 1999, there were no documented cases where both mother and child survived (and were healthy/not extremely premature) during an ectopic pregnancy. 

An American Textbook of Obstetrics, for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

This would be horrific to go through. 

biomedicalephemera:

Fetal Rachitis
Fetal rachitis is actually a misnomer - while rickets was not an uncommon childhood ailment, what was thought to be a nutritional deficiency by the mother was actually (generally) either achondroplasia or other types of dwarfism. 
An American Textbook of Obstetrics, for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

Reblogged from biomedicalephemera

biomedicalephemera:

Fetal Rachitis

Fetal rachitis is actually a misnomer - while rickets was not an uncommon childhood ailment, what was thought to be a nutritional deficiency by the mother was actually (generally) either achondroplasia or other types of dwarfism. 

An American Textbook of Obstetrics, for Practitioners and Students. Edited by Richard C. Norris, 1895.

Reblogged from sutured-infection

(Source: articulomortis)

moshita:

child’s skeleton

"Oh, dear. I seem to have dropped my monocle! *Ah-hon-hon-hon* Be a chap and hand it to me, would you? I simply can’t stop dancing to pick it up; this waltz it positively stirring. Absolutely ROUSING!"
What a fancy little skeleton. :3

Reblogged from biomedicalephemera

moshita:

child’s skeleton

"Oh, dear. I seem to have dropped my monocle! *Ah-hon-hon-hon* Be a chap and hand it to me, would you? I simply can’t stop dancing to pick it up; this waltz it positively stirring. Absolutely ROUSING!"

What a fancy little skeleton. :3

(Source: moshita)

deathphotography:

This is a rare sight - it was uncommon for just the father to be picture with the deceased child. You can see the pain and mourning written on his face.

Reblogged from death-photography

deathphotography:

This is a rare sight - it was uncommon for just the father to be picture with the deceased child. You can see the pain and mourning written on his face.

You know how I feel about conjoined twins…

Reblogged from pretendtobehappy

You know how I feel about conjoined twins…


Ten-year-old Polish girl named Kazimiera Mika mourns over her sister’s body. She was killed by German machine-gun fire while picking potatoes in a field outside Warsaw, Poland, in September of 1939. Via.

You are never too young to feel the sharp sting of loss.

Reblogged from pretendtobehappy

Ten-year-old Polish girl named Kazimiera Mika mourns over her sister’s body. She was killed by German machine-gun fire while picking potatoes in a field outside Warsaw, Poland, in September of 1939. Via.

You are never too young to feel the sharp sting of loss.

Reblogged from pretendtobehappy

(Source: disemboweled)