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#17 - angelious (08/27/2013) [+] (11 replies)
mandatory hitler gif...
mandatory hitler gif...
User avatar #1 - huttero (08/27/2013) [+] (7 replies)
1400-1899: same ****
20/21st century: changes every decade
User avatar #43 - karson (08/27/2013) [-]
the picture of 1900 is actually misleading. the workers aren't in any actual danger, if they fell, their huge balls would absorb the impact and bounce them right back up to the rail they were originally sitting on before they fell.
User avatar #20 - vedgetable (08/27/2013) [+] (4 replies)
the painging was made around 1700 by Rembrand van Rijn if anyone is interested
#30 - ManInKilt (08/27/2013) [+] (4 replies)
*picks pictures from 1700s and 1920s to show turn of the century
User avatar #35 to #30 - fortehlulzing (08/27/2013) [-]
Read the title, genius...
#50 - Logicaltightrope has deleted their comment [+] (7 replies)
#15 - erpetrich (08/27/2013) [+] (12 replies)
This was 1865
This was 1865
User avatar #12 - kikkilinu (08/27/2013) [+] (3 replies)
This reminds me of when I almost went full retard in English class.

Teacher asked, "What did people live in in the 1800's?"

I almost said caves.

What the **** is wrong with me
#2 - ktbmnf has deleted their comment [+] (36 replies)
User avatar #71 to #48 - phanact (08/27/2013) [-]
#114 - mattass (08/27/2013) [-]
#53 - larknok (08/27/2013) [+] (5 replies)
If you've got the issue of thinking of swords and conquistadors associated with the 1800's, just think of the American Revolution / Civil War tech at the time.

American Revolution: 1775-6, Muskets, Cannons, Frigates w/ cannons, old fashioned pioneering tech. Printing press, etc. etc.

Civil War: 1860, old-fashioned textile factories with all the lines and dust and **** . Gatling gun shows up towards end of the war. First ships with iron plates attached to hull (leads to construction of the first battleships for German v. France conflict prior to WWI in 1911.)

So just remember, if you're dating a pick with weapons, look for the military tech of the day, and cross reference it with these two basic wars. In the pic on the left, it looks like basic guns, but they've still got that European renaissance jive, so I'd date it at around early 1700s, 1720-40 probably.

My sources: AP US history, and Civilization V. ******* love Civ V.
#111 - naroleth (08/27/2013) [+] (4 replies)
**naroleth rolls 27**

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User avatar #112 to #111 - turdburgalar (08/27/2013) [-]
Yeah,you can have a red one
User avatar #80 - mistafishy ONLINE (08/27/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I have the 1900 thing hanging in my living room.
User avatar #66 - thelordofrepost ONLINE (08/27/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Just gonna leave a thought here, while cowboys and indian wild west **** was happening the Chinese were still fighting with spears and swords.
User avatar #67 to #66 - duvallwhitey (08/27/2013) [-]
They were very untouched by western technology.
User avatar #100 - sabukonoerika (08/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Rembrandt's the night watch was painted in 1642.
That would be the one on the left.
User avatar #99 - KayRed (08/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Now I'm no expert in art history, but I think that the picture on the left depicts a scene from the early 1600's.
User avatar #60 - oneeyedfreak (08/27/2013) [-]
I picture Victorian London. The very beginning of 1800'.
1899 is still like 1837-ish for me.
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User avatar #38 - soule (08/27/2013) [-]
"The Night Watch" is one of my favorite paintings by Rembrandt. (Although it was painted in the 1600's.)
User avatar #16 - thenewgizmobox (08/27/2013) [-]
and what a year that was
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