"Thanks to art, instead of seeing a single world, our own, we see it multiply until we have before us as many worlds as there are original artists."
"it's" always means it is.
I saw this in October of last year in Los Angeles. You can still see some of the reddish powder on it. Maybe they used it for blush? It's supposed to be a cosmetic jar. Thanks for your site!
while "it's" with the apostrophe is the contraction for it is, "its" is the possessive for the noun "treasure" that precedes it.
Thanks, I'm putting the apostrophe back in.
We were lucky enough to see Tut's treasures at the Egyptian Museum in November - beyond imagination... the fantastic, luxurious details!
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