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beginning of the 15th century (1403), French - Paris
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Français 598: De mulieribus claris by Giovanni Boccaccio
fol. 151r - Pope Joan
beginning of the 15th century (1403), French - Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France Français 598: De mulieribus claris...
Long live Pope Joan
Watched a documentary on this chick, Pope Joan, today.
Behold Pope Joan, the historical (or mythological) female pope! She was a woman who disguised herself as a monk. Due to...
Wheeeeee!!!!!! Hi floor! Make me a sammich!
That is *exactly* how it happens.
What is that baby doing?? Is she suposed to be giving birth, I wonder?!
I hate when that happens.
that’s exactly how it happens