The Great Sphinx Of Giza Name : Abdullah Ahmed Jillani Introduction : The Limestone Statue of Loin's Body And Human Face (Head) is called "The Great Sphinx of Giza". The Great Sphinx lies on the Giza Plateau on the West Bank of Nile River in Giza,Egypt. It Include in the 7 Wonder of World. The Face also believe to be the Face of Pharaoh Khafre The One Meter wide Nose on the Face of Statue is missing. The Sphinx was built in between 2550-2500 BCE by the pharaoh Khafre (4th king of Fourth dynasty).The body is 72.55 meters in length and 20.22 meters tall.
In the sodium iodide test, the alkyl halide is added to sodium iodide in acetone. In this test, primary halides precipitate the fastest while secondary halides need to be heated in order for a reaction to occur. Comparison of the rates of precipitation of the obtained product to standard 1° and 2° bromide solutions will show whether the product is a primary or secondary
Whereas blue and gold were used to signify the divine to show its unnatural appearance associated with precious materials. Black color expressed royal figures and fertility of Nile from which Egypt was born Today, The Metropolitan Museum of Art consists of approximately 26000 objects of historical, artistic and cultural importance dating from Paleolithic to the Roman period (ca.300,000 BC-AD. 4th century). Most of the collection of the museum is taken from the Museum’s 35 years of archeological work in parts of Egypt. It was initiated in 1906 in response to the increasing western interest in the Egyptian
After the unification of Egypt the civilization became and empire in 3100 BCE and between then and 2700 BCE was time period known and the early dynastic period. The early dynastic period there was the emergence of two separate dynasties. Later emerged the Old Kingdom which lasted until 2200 BCE this era is famous for the beginning of pyramid building. The most famous pyramid was the Pyramid of Gyza which was built Khufu established the basic framework for many pyramids to come. The Kemet civilization was depended upon the flood seasons for their irrigation system.
ISLAMIC ART IN THE DOME OF THE ROCK Dome of the rock One of the most magnificent historical buildings in the world is the Dome of the Rock, it is the first Islamic monument ever constructed , and it was built between 688 and 692 by Abdu al-Malik Ben Marwan1 in old Jerusalem next to Al-Aqsa mosque. Despite what has been said that the dome of rock is a mosque, the real purpose behind building this extraordinary landmark was to protect and cover a sacred piece of rock3 which prophet Mohammad journeyed from to heaven in the night1 journey of Isra and mi ‘raj, it is also believed that this holy place witnessed many other events related to other religions too , therefore, this beautiful piece of architecture is important to both Muslims and Jews
Lisbety Robaina Professor Pat Leitch ENC1102 - 852088 30 June 2015 Casa Grande Ruin National Monument Casa Grande Ruin National Monument, which is situated in the flat plain of central Arizona in between the Gila and Santa Cruz rivers, close to Coolidge and about 15 miles from the town of Casa Grande. It was abandoned around 1450 CE. Casa Grande means “big house” and it was first documented by 17th century Spanish explorers who described the structure as a four story building, as large as a castle and equal to the largest church in these lands of Sonora. Casa Grande was rediscovered, along with the romantic Spanish accounts, by nineteenth-century Americans who marveled at the ruin 's size, sketched and measured it, and speculated about its
Before Osiris is from the New Kingdom, which a famous scene (chapter 125) from the book of the dead, that is a painted papyrus, a material prepared in ancient Egypt from the stem of a water plant, it was used in sheets for writing or painting, also used for making rope, boats, and sandals. The painted papyrus was found in the tomb of the scribe Hunefer and it dates to about 1285 BC. The scene reads from left to right and the papyrus is possibly around 45 centimeters in height and 90 centimeters in length, which is around 17 inches tall and 35 inches in length. The Ancient Egyptian piece was created to represent the process of judgement that results in your status in the afterlife; if your heart is not lighter than the feather of Ma’at then it will devour by the beast Ammit, should you be
Hammurabi's designed a bureaucratic system in which he named the law codes after himself, which is called “ Hammurabi law codes”. It is the oldest known law code in the world to have existed. History Staff reports, The medium is a monolithic stone, written in cuneiform texts which consisted of 282 bullet points ( 2009). The stone is a symbolism of the Babylonian society, which helps to show the kind of the people who once existed there. Hammurabi's law codes represent the developments of a rigidly legal society such as the Mesopotamian society in which a true complex society is
As noted before, the Mayans thrived in the Yucatan peninsula, which is made up of jungles and lowlands. While, the Egyptians lived in the Sahara Desert near the fertile lands of the Nile River. However, their locations provided them with humid climate and natural resources like limestone. Using limestone, the Egyptians built massive pyramids such as the ones in Giza, Egypt. The Mayans, in the other hand, used limestone for the construction of irrigation canals and terraces for farming.
The pH was found to be 7, which is in the range of a healthy person’s pH (which is 7.4).Benedict`s solution is made up of alkaline copper sulphate and sodium citrate (blue in colour) (Danson and et al, 1996). When it is put in a hot water bath (boiled) when there are reduced sugars, cupric ion is decreased by sugars changing it into an insoluble red cuprous oxide. The solution will change to yellow, orange, green or red, for rising levels of sugar, and will stay blue if no sugar is detected. If the solutions stay the same (blue), the result is negative. In this experiment, the colour remained blue and thus there were no sugars present in the solution.
Ancient Egypt existed for almost three thousand years, inventing exotic ideas of the Sphinx, mummies, Pyramids, and animal-headed gods that are still well-known today. IX. The "Gift of the Nile" A. The Nile river was essential for Egypt life, providing water, fertilizing silt, and transportation for trading their gold, hardwood, and metals. X. Papyrus and
The Temple of Dendur was built about 15 BC and completed around 10 BC. It was commissioned by the Emperor of Rome at this time, Augustus Caesar. After Augustus conquered Egypt in 31 BC, he commissioned about 17 building projects, which included this temple. It was first located in Dendur, which located in Lower Nubia and on the west bank of the Nile and south of the city of Aswan. In 1963, the temple was dismantled and moved from its original site in order to save it from being submerged
The Maya human progress was a Mesoamerican development created by the Maya people groups in a territory that includes southeastern Mexico, all of Guatemala and Belize, and the western segments of Honduras and El Salvador. The most punctual towns created before 2000 BC. The primary Maya urban areas created around 750 BC, and by 500 BC these urban communities had fantastic structural engineering. Two hundred years after the fact, the Maya were utilizing Hieroglyphic written work, the most progressive script in the pre-Columbian Americas. Just three of their books of history and custom learning are known for sure to remain.
Accordingly, Pan’s cave on the Athenian Acropolis began to appear on the city’s coins during the reign of the Antonines. This recognition this advocates the goat god had maneuvered into the theological forefront in that city as well. Herodotus wrote that the temple in Athens or rather the chapel of Pan existed in a hollow rock just below the Propylaea, an entrance to the citadel (Pausan I., 28, 4). Today, this carven still endures and has two niches, where the statues of Pan and Apollo had stood in the garden. Eventually, the discovery of a statue of Pan transpired (Leak’s Athens, 170); located presently at Cambridge.