Welding takes us back thousands of years back to the bronze age, welding can open many doors to other career choices there are many things for me to teach you. To find out let's get our hands off the phones and out of our pockets and let’s discuss about welding. The history of welding can be traced back to the Bronze Age. Small and gold circular boxes were made by pressure welding, its estimated that the boxes were made more than 2,000 years ago by the Egyptians during the Iron Age. The Egyptians and other people in the Eastern Mediterranean area learned to weld pieces of iron together.
His most popular work being La Divina Commedia (The Divine Comedy), an epic poem describing the journey through the Christian afterlife. The story is told in three separate books, Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso and was wrote in first person to depict what Dante imagines each realm of the dead resembles. Numerous artists have illustrated pictures to go along with each canto, or chapter. With three different books and over thirty cantos in each book, creating the illustrations was not an easy task. It took years for skilled illustrators to work through all the cantos to be able to produce the pictures.
Thoroughly Reading Thoreau (An Analysis on the works of Henry David Thoreau) There are many classic writers that have come out of America. Many have made large impacts on the world and have truly changed the way literature is read. Inside there works, there are hidden meanings and messages written between the lines that readers are able to pull apart and study daily.Henry David Thoreau is an American writer whose works are studied daily in English classes and in other settings. He taught people that it’s okay to look at the world with a different perspective than other people. Thoreau once stated, “This world is but a canvas to our imagination” (Thoreau).
Many people who were really good at pottery migrated from Basra ( which is located in Iraq). The pottery that they made was superbly painted. During the Abbasid Caliphate, Egypt was controlled by Ahmed ibn Tulun. Ahmed ibn Tulun was born in Samarra and always surrounded himself with luxurious object such as a lot of lusterware, Ahmed ibn Tulun would get most of is lusterware imported from Basra. In 870 BCE when Basra was disrupted, many of the artists who were really good at making lusterware, are said to have migrated to Ahmed ibn Tulun rising artistic center, this is predicted because there was a plate now in the British museum that was from around the 870 BCE, the dish was signed by Abu Nasr of Basra.
Sculptures became more monumental with massive, larger than life statues of emperors, gods and heroes such as the huge statue of Marcus Aurelius(Cartwright, 2013)(Cartwright, Roman Sculpture, 2013). The second feature of Romans is architecture. The Romans building were design in a prodigious structure and technique to keep it last forever. In order to build such an enormous construction and elegant temples; Romans used many diverse type of materials such as marble, concrete, limestone, and fine stone during the classic era. They were the great innovator that quickly adopted new construction techniques, used new materials, and uniquely combined existing techniques with creative design to produce a whole range of new architectural structures such as the basilica, triumphal arch, column, monumental aqueduct, amphitheatre, granary building, and residential housing block(Cartwright, 2013).Another successive Greco-Roman heritage is literature.
He was able to express human experience by verbalizing events in most people’s everyday lives. When it becomes hard to put something into words Shakespeare can be there to speak for you. Most authors from his century kept to one specific genre for example, Homer told stories of adventure and men at war, while Shakespeare, not only wrote about every genre known to man he also wrote the greatest stories that transcend time and culture. Till this day storytellers continue adapting Shakespeare into our modern world. He was also first to use love in tragedy and it is said that Hamlet was the first play to relate to modern man and woman.
The Iron Plate Colonel Howard Vyse, John Perring and James Mash; investigated the Great Pyramids in Egypt and had planned/engineered many explosions. This artifact was the artifact of what was to be described of by George Sandy more than 200 years before.This piece of iron seemed to be the “oldest piece of iron known to man.” The piece of iron was found in the Great Pyramids of Gizeh, in Egypt. The Iron Plate was about 26 cm long, 8.6 cm wide, and .4 cm in thickness. Plate weighed 750 Grams in total. The plate also seemed to be black.
3. Architectural ruins: Mexico City is built over the remains of the legendary Aztec city of Tenochtitlan. In 1978, maintenance men from a local electrical company were doing routine excavation work to the north-east of the Zocalo. What they discovered was a huge stone disc (3.25 metres in diameter) engraved with the dismembered figure of Coyolxauhqui, the Aztec moon goddess. Subsequent archaeological digs have unearthed more than 7000 objects and part of the enormous Templo Mayor, an important religious structure in Tenochtitlan.
The standardization movement was started in 1755 by Johnson, who can be called the founder of English dictionary. Moreover, Hitchings followed Johnson 's steps by documenting the praise and criticism of Johnson 's dictionary. According to Hitching the dictionary was 'an extraordinary work ', however he added readable thoroughly researched study that increased the demand for the dictionary by all libraries. (Hitchings, 2005) Behind the extraordinary dictionary was a set of criteria for Johnson 's dictionary. For example, the division of the words and sorting them according to their different senses for the same word by changing the preposition such as 'put of ', 'put on ', 'put up ', and 'set off ', 'set down ', in addition to many other meanings for the same spelling words as Fritze (1989) mentioned, such as 'bank ' the side of land next to the water and 'bank ' the place where people deposit or borrow money.
It was the Egyptians who invented the very first alphabet in about 300 BC, which has been highly influenced for the origin of the English alphabet. In a comparison with the other nations it is envisaged that the history of the alphabet of Sri Lanka goes for years. It has been proved through a research conducted by the former commissioner of archeology Dr. Shiran Daraniyagala that there was a civilization comprised with literacy here in Sri Lanka. This fact was supported by the evidence in a piece of mud pot founded from an excavation in Anuradhapura Athugal Nuwara in which the word “ANURUDA” has been indicated in Aryan Prakrit language (Brahmi) letters somewhere in 500 BC. Those were quit similar to the ancient Indian Brahmi letters.