Artifact #81445

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Artifact #81445

45.00

History, it has been said, is written by the winners, which means that millions of nameless losers have failed to have their stories told.  This artifact, a mounted half of a human skull unearthed from a North European battlefield after a fairly obvious defeat, can at least be immortalized by his ability to adorn your dining room wall as a final tribute to the unlucky loser that resides in all of us.  Cheer up, my punctured friend, your final twitching, frothing moments amongst the living were not wasted - you serve as a warning, and an inspiration, to those of us still above the dirt.  However unpleasant your day has been, adventurous shopper, you haven't yet found yourself on the ugly side of a Saxon archer, so let the fate of our dessicated and displayed friend here bring you grim cheer as you enjoy a glass of wine at the end of what you consider a bad day.  Ships ready to hang.

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