RFHJAF5G–celebrate, reveling, revels, celebrates, candle, word, party, celebration,
RM2B0C3XM–Jan Saenredam, Foolish Virgins Reveling, Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, pl. 2, 1606, engraving on cream laid paper, 10 5/8 in. x 14 3/4 in. (26.99 cm x 37.47 cm
RF2H6E6P4–Side view of smiling young woman with perfect body reveling in morning in hotel bed
RMPATGT3–Terracotta dinos (deep round-bottomed bowl). Culture: Etruscan. Dimensions: H. 8 5/16 in. (21.1 cm). Date: late 6th century B.C.. Satyrs reveling Campana dinoi frequently depict dancing men or satyrs, subjects appropriate for wine-mixing vessels. They are likely the products of Etruscanized East Greek artists who set up workshops in Southern Etruria in the late sixth century B.C. The style derives its name from the Marchese Giovanni Campana (1808-1880), an Italian banker, amateur archaeologist, and collector, who once owned several examples. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RME0WW0N–Apr. 13, 1964 - Sisters In The Scrum: The Roman Catholic nun in Australia are reveling in their success in the hitherto all-male preserve of Rugby Union coaching, They are Sister Mary Sebastian, principal of our lady of the Scared Heart School at Bowral, and the sports mistress Sister Mary Xaverine. They have both been interested in game since they were youngster, and have learned a great deal of the theory of the game from books and the newspapers, which they pass on to their pupils