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Unsurprisingly, many people have dubbed her 'goth goals', while others were immediately reminded of the famous Edgar Allen Poe poem, The Raven.'Awww a raven in its natural habitat with a pet goth,' Pull Up Hop Out Air Out commented on the image.The Goths moved into the void left by the Romans and they were quickly followed by a the Huns and a series of other groups with occasional interference by the Byzantine Empire.Finally, after the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks in 1453 Romania settled into a four hundred year period as the northern buffer and battlefield between the Ottoman Empire and various Christian powers.Reminded of the foolish ingenuity of Gotham's residents, Washington Irving gave the name "Gotham" to New York City in his Salmagundi Papers (1807).In turn, Bill Finger named the pastiche New York home of Batman, Gotham City.

In a story titled 'Cityscape' in Batman Chronicles No.Cuckoo Bush Mound is the alleged site for the tale of the Wise Men of Gotham's attempt at fencing in the cuckoo, but is actually a Neolithic burial mound.It is about three thousand years old and was excavated in 1847 These depict the people of the village as being stupid.However, the reason for the behaviour is believed to be that the villagers wished to feign madness to avoid a Royal Highway being built through the village, as they would then be expected to build and maintain this route.Madness was believed at the time to be highly contagious, and when King John's knights saw the villagers behaving as if insane, the knights swiftly withdrew and the King's road was re-routed to avoid the village.

In a story titled 'Cityscape' in Batman Chronicles No.

Cuckoo Bush Mound is the alleged site for the tale of the Wise Men of Gotham's attempt at fencing in the cuckoo, but is actually a Neolithic burial mound.

It is about three thousand years old and was excavated in 1847 These depict the people of the village as being stupid.

However, the reason for the behaviour is believed to be that the villagers wished to feign madness to avoid a Royal Highway being built through the village, as they would then be expected to build and maintain this route.

Madness was believed at the time to be highly contagious, and when King John's knights saw the villagers behaving as if insane, the knights swiftly withdrew and the King's road was re-routed to avoid the village.

'Wow I want a raven, a woman named Lizzie added, and Laura Matheny simply quoted Poe's poem when she wrote: 'Nevermore.' Many others were so inspired by the image that they posted their own Poe-style poems in the comments section.