She did this with a “bold power-play,” says Sophie, 13, Heath school. She brought many articles and made Egypt wealthier. She was important because she was the first woman to rule Egypt. This was a big step in breaking down a male-dominant barrier.
Witnessing Moses part the Red Sea wasn’t the only amazing thing Ramses the Second did. Ramses the Second was known throughout history to be one of the best Pharaohs that ever ruled over Egypt. His master architecture skills and warlike hero aspects gave him the name Ramses the Great. Ramses the Second was an excellent war hero, architect, and very skilled at making the economy of Egypt thrive. Many of his amazing temples and statues still amaze people today.
The antiquated Egyptians made critical advances in craftsmanship, design and way of life that kept them dynamic and prosperous for a very long time. What 's more, no ifs ands or buts, Egyptians were the best manufacturers. They constructed the grand
Amazing Ancient Civilizations Whenever one considers amazing ancient civilizations, Egypt and Mesopotamia may come to mind. Egypt is known for their architecture, hieroglyphics, gods, and Pharaohs. Mesopotamia was one of the early civilizations that constructed cities, advanced farming, and created and enforced the first law code. Both blossomed into successful realms that exchanged revolutionary ideas. These cultures were important because of the power and influence they had on western advancements and the world today.
Cleopatra VII Philopator Did you know that the marvellous, and stunning Cleopatra was also very clever? She was known to do anything to get what she wanted. Many historians still discuss how Cleopatra came into power because she left such an interesting legacy. Queen Cleopatra is one example of how women can be just as powerful as men. Although not originally from Egypt, Cleopatra became Queen of that country.
Math,astronomy/maps and architecture probably would not be like this without the Islamic civilization and that is what makes them 3 most important of all the Islamic achievements because they affect us everyday . The Islamic civilization had many amazing and renounding achievements and advancements that influence what the world is like today. They were one of the world 's best Mathematicians, Astrologers and architects, that is what allowed them to make these amazing contribution to the world. And that also makes them one of the most advanced civilization of that time. Mathematics was contributed by AlKhwarizmi, A muslim mathematician who made rules and had made many discoveries in aljabr or algebra in english, which he wrote in a textbook
Ben Franklin left a long lasting legacy of the founding fathers. He showed Americans that if you try you can do anything that you want to create. He is certainly a hero of change because he invented many things that helped us back then and now. He also shows Americans about electricity. Perhaps if people were more like Franklin we would be very smart and could create things that we thought we could
Hieroglyphics described the writing on the walls using pictures as symbols. Oe of the greatest pieces of literature that came about back in that time was the Great Hymn to Aten. “...this hymn celebrates the sun as creator and sustainer of the world and emphasizes the close connection between the god and his human counterparts.” (Norton, 26) Even though its related to their religion, I still feel that this message to the god Aten was very influential to there literary works. When people today first hear ‘Egypt,’ they automatically begin to think about their architectural productions. The main ones that come to mind are the pyramids.
1) The most viable culture was the Incas. In my opinion they were the most developed people because they had big cities, important roads and also factories. They were engaged in agriculture and were able to create aqueducts from the Andes. Above all what really helped them to get prosperity was not fighting with neighbors that created peace. In conclusion, the Incas were a superior society because they created things we still use
The importance of his existence remains and his name came be seen as towns, schools, and businesses, and his image appears on the hundred dollar bill. His brilliance with inventions, writing, science experiments, and stances in government enabled him to be able to do anything and become anyone he wanted. This being said, he became one of the most influential founding fathers and an easily recognizable figure of the United States, helping shape America into a great country while promoting peace for
Both of these artworks peaked my interest because of their historical value. The Laocoon Group sculpture and Theodora and Her Attendants are both beautiful pieces. San Vitale’s work is very detailed and the fact that it’s made from mosaic is even more impressive to me because I’m sure this took a while to complete. This picture represents one of my favorite times in history, the Roman Empire 527-565. Theodora who was the wife of Emperor Justinian and with that being said I understand the power behind the artwork.
The result allowed for the modernization of Egypt. Under the hand of Ramesses II Egypt was to create exuberant monuments and buildings. Ramesses II had many extravagant monuments and buildings constructed for him. No other Pharaoh before him had ever constructed in such quantity. Ramesses II himself did not build, but he gave the instruction to build.
I believe the art design around the pot heavily influenced today 's pottery which most are light brown to brown in color. The craftsmen who made these Alabastrons were very skilled to have made the pots in nearly a perfect circular shape around the edges. The ancient Greek civilization in general introduced so much ideas and inventions that we still use today. Unfortunately, we take all these inventions for granted and not appreciate these valuable
Thomas was one of the smartest men to live and not only was he very smart but he had a desire to constantly learn new things. He never gave up and always had the ethic to work hard in education. That helped him to be an amazing president. Thomas Jefferson was a very strong man and an even stronger president. He did everything he needed to do to succeed
I admire extraordinary people: individuals who are the pinnacle of excellence in whatever they choose to pursue. Be it a perennial basketball all-star, a platinum-record producing artist, or an author whose name seems to be permanently etched onto bestseller lists – I respect anyone who is a titan of their craft, a groundbreaking trailblazer who redefines whatever they do. Rosalind Franklin was the manifestation of an extraordinary person. A remarkable scientist, Franklin received a PhD from Cambridge University when women maintaining desires beyond becoming housewives were ridiculed. Franklin later became a fellow at King’s College, where her work on X-Ray Diffraction revealed the structure of the most important molecule in science: DNA.