Spear head found in Gotland, Viking age, Sweden. Leaf-shaped spear heads were a widely spread design throughout the world. Notice the "wings" on the barrel, it is assumed that they were supposed to prevent the weapon from thrusting too deep.
AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 68134) A De Havilland DH 9A two-seat day bomber, 1918. DH 9As first entered service with No. 110 Squadron, Royal Air Force, in June 1918 and remained in service until 1931.
AN ETRUSCAN CARNELIAN SCARAB AND GOLD FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 5TH CENTURY B.C. The large beetle with a crosshatched plinth, well-defined legs and head, a hatched border to the thorax, and outlined elytra with corner V winglets, the underside engraved with Bellerophon and the Chimaera, the hero riding the winged horse Pegasus, a spear in his raised hand, the horse with a ring of beads around its neck, the Chimaera in the form of a lion with its head turned back,