Moneyer is Gaius Calpurnius Piso Frugi, son-in-law to Cicero and son of Lucius Calpurnius Piso, from whom he inherited the Apollo-and-horseman types. Sydenham dates coins in this series to c. 64 B.C.E.
This quilt was made by Nubian Heritage Quilter's Guild member Marietta Schoenherr.
People riding the Ferris wheel at circus midway, with small crowd nearby. Circus posters in the background and booths to the right.
Terminal Building, 15th St. on waterfront, Remington Arms during WWI, purchased by Thomas Lipton, tea manufacturer. photo ca. 1919.
Guild Challenge Oppression by Any Other Name
I made this quilt for fun.