— Yvain - Kaamelott (via french-problems)
J’estime ne pas avoir à subir les fantasmes carriéristes d’une entité générationnelle réactionnaire et oppressive !
(Source : afraidofthebathhouse)
The Vrolik MuseumThe Museum Vrolik is centered on the tremendous number of objects collected by Gerardus Vrolik (1775-1859) and his son, Willem Vrolik (1801-1863) — both of whom served as professors of anatomy at Athenaeum Illustre, the forerunner to the University of Amsterdam. Gerardus began amassing his thousands of anatomical, botanical and zoological specimens in 1795, which Willem later continued to add onto and distill into academic categories. This private collection came to be known as Museum Vrolikianum.