The art work I picked is, King Neferhotep, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 13, 1750 BC, Abydos. He was the King from Ancient Egypt he was known for having divine natures, so many though he was related to gods. It was evaluated by the Ancient Egyptians, that the king was the son of a god, therefore the king had divine natures. The duty of a god was to maintain the universe under control. He had about three roles as a king: being like a priest, being commander, and being supreme justice.
Any god is worthy enough to be remembered through the temples, but only people of legend like former king of Athens, King Erechtheus, is worthy of such an honor to be kept together with the gods on this sacred site. There is only one exception to this value that Phidias, the main planner of the acropolis allowed. With the Parthenon, is the gigantic statue of the god Athena. Engraved onto her shield is Phidias's face, a detail that disgusted many who laid eyes upon it. This daring move gave Phidias the image that he is among the gods, he is above the rest of human race, and that he also should be honored in the way the gods are.
Throughout history, people have always shown a fascination with faces and therefore portrait representation. The depiction of an individual likeness is about identification but is also a record of an interaction between an artist and model. Portraits are constructions of identity that serve a range of functions such as expressing power and declaring status. Whether for reasons of vanity or record keeping the genre of portraiture has continued to grow in popularity since the beginning of time, but our motivations for creating these portraits as well as style of execution have transformed immensely. At the beginning of portraiture, the common subject was of higher class who had been deemed important enough to be commemorated.
These monumental pyramids built for the pharaohs Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure housed the royal mummies and their wordly effects thought to protect and be used by the kings in their afterlife. Even though The Three Pyramids have been looted many times they have still found hieroglyphics and some surviving artifacts such as jewelry, furniture and more house apparel. It has helped our archaeologists learn more about Ancient Egypt and its daily
Mallory Canning 2 - 1 - 18 S.S Ancient Egyptian Research Paper The ancient Egyptian pharaoh was the most important person, or ruler, of all the other roles on the Egyptian social pyramid. Being a pharaoh was more than just giving off orders and sitting in a royal chair. Even though they did give commands, they had tough responsibilities, such as to oversee festivities. The pharaoh also had to prove themselves worthy of earning the Egyptians respect. At least in their daily life, they get to relax a little until heading back to work.
The main ones that come to mind are the pyramids. They were used as a great burial place for each pharaoh. And as there was a new pharaoh appointed, production on there burial place began. Now, that’s not the only thing that the ancient Egyptians were known for. Other architectural masterpieces included magnificent monuments as well as tombs for the gods.
Michelangelo was a man not very easily impressed, but stated “angelic and not human design.” This meaning it was something really out of this world. The Pantheon withstands its form for many of years although what we see today is nothing like the remarkable exterior we would have seen ages ago. One of the principles conveyed in this building through Vitruvius principles is the durability of the building, being one of Rome’s longest standing monuments. The purpose of the interior space of The Pantheon is for geometrical perfection and symmetry in context of the perfect universe. The main idea used for the interior spaces of the Pantheon is so that it could fit in a cube or sphere, but still continue with its original functions.
There are three traditional basic task in life that have defined as work, play and love. All of them are very important and it take work to balance these tasks. How does all of this technology affect our lives and, more importantly, our families? About 100 years ago families used to be well connected with each other. They showed respect and were more caring towards each other.
Big ones or small ones. So did every member of this family. All of them had their own dreams and desires; and they were willing to do anything it takes to achieve their dreams. But what is most valuable: having your dreams come true, or keeping a family
Our work takes up a significant part of our day - usually a third or more - and has a significant impact on other aspects of our life, including our sense of self-worth and wellbeing. This is why it is very important to carefully consider your values and needs when planning your career direction and developing your career