Monkey ink has brown patina bronze resting on a black marble base in the middle nineteenth executed in France, anthropomorphic scene of a bandit grimed eighteenth sitting monkey.
The bucket features a fountain and a basket bottles welcomes doors feathers or pyrogenic.
This fountain was executed with great finesse.
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Anthropomorphism is the attribution of behavioral characteristics or human morphology to other entities as gods, animals, objects, phenomena or ideas. The term has been credited to the middle of the eighteenth. Examples include animals and ancient plants ἄνθρωπος / anthropos ( "man," "mankind") and μορφή / morphe ("form"). "Anthropos" is not ancient Greek but belongs to the Greek language from Homer to the present day, is the most common word is Greek and demotic which means "human being", "man" and not "mankind".