Frescos throughout Europe reveal the appearance of space ships. This 1350 painting seems to depict a small human looking man looking over his shoulder at another flying vehicle.
His vehicle is decorated with two twinkling stars, one reminiscent of national insignia on modern aircraft. This painting hangs above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, Yugoslavia. (Source)
It’s easy to get the impression that mixed-race families are a new phenomenon. Historical and archaeological research, however, shows that
mixed-race families have been around very much longer.
there was a significant presence of first-generation migrants from North
Africa in Roman Britain. Medieval records explored by the England’s Immigrants 1350-1550 project are largely “colour-blind,” but there is other evidence for both black Africans
and North African “Moors” in medieval England. It would be surprising
indeed if none of these people had had children. Elsewhere in Europe,
African migration—both voluntary and forced—was significant too. The
retinue of Emperor Frederick II, thirteenth-century ruler of Germany and
Sicily, included black Africans. Ethiopian Christians travelled to
Europe: some became monks at Santo Stefano in Rome. From the fourteenth
century, St Maurice was often depicted as black in German art.