Aqvila Bicipite

Artwork for the record of Black Rainbows, an hard rock-psychedelic band.

The Double-Headed Eagle (Aquila bicipite in italian) was the Byzantine Empire’s emblem, with the two heads meaning the control on the western and eastern parts of the late roman empire as well as the union of occidental and oriental cultures. It has been later adopted as the 32nd grade’s symbol of the freemasonry

2012 AD