The Colossi of Memnon are 2 sandstone statues of the Egyptian Pharoah Amenhotep III

which have stood for the past 3,400 a long time within the Theban Necropolis, fair west of the city of Luxor in Egypt. They were built to stand protect at the entrance of Amenhotep’s dedication sanctuary, small of which remains nowadays. Its establishment was as well near to the Nile, and gradually dissolved absent over the centuries. At 18 meters tall (60 feet) and weigh around 720 tons each, the Colossi are all that stay, but both have endured broad harm over the aContinue reading “The Colossi of Memnon are 2 sandstone statues of the Egyptian Pharoah Amenhotep III”

Henry Moore & Reclining Figure, The arrangement of these three nude females recalls the traditional composition of ‘The Three Graces

Reclining Figure 1938 (LH 192) is a small sculpture by Henry Moore of an sinuous abstracted human figure. An enlarged version was made in 1984 for the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, Singapore. The resulting Large Reclining Figure (LH 192b) is some 9 metres (30 ft) long, making it the largest sculpture made by Moore. Reclining FigureContinue reading “Henry Moore & Reclining Figure, The arrangement of these three nude females recalls the traditional composition of ‘The Three Graces”

LGN ROBE

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Remembering the Legends , musical therapy for lovers – Frankie McBRIDE – Tiffany

Frankie McBride (born 1944, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland) is an Irish country and folk singer, who rose to stardom in the second half of the 1960s. McBride’s hit single, “Five Little Fingers”, reached No. 2 on the Irish charts and No. 19 on the UK Singles Chart in 1967. A full-length self-titled album hitContinue reading “Remembering the Legends , musical therapy for lovers – Frankie McBRIDE – Tiffany”

The Arch by Henry Moores

The Arch could be a six-metre tall Roman travertine design situated on the north bank of the Long Water. It was displayed by the craftsman Henry Moore to the country for siting in Kensington Gardens in 1980 – two a long time after his eightieth-birthday show at the Serpentine Display, London. The Arch is made from seven travertine stones weighing a add up to of 37 tons. The stones were sourced from a quarry in northern Italy. After being dismantled inContinue reading “The Arch by Henry Moores”

Brunswick place gardens – Heritage, history and culture.

We started our journey in search of John Ruskin, who use to live in the camdem area of the Brunswick area he was the one defending lawyer of caroline Brunswick on her adultery charge in 1820. We stumbled across the Brunswick place gardens in search of the ginkgo tree. I come to find out thatContinue reading “Brunswick place gardens – Heritage, history and culture.”

Aeneas, Brutus, Brute of Troy,

Brutus, or Brute of Troy, is a legendary descendant of the Trojan hero Aeneas, known in medieval British history as the eponymous founder and first king of Britain. This legend first appears in the Historia Brittonum, an anonymous 9th-century historical compilation to which commentary was added by Nennius, but is best known from the accountContinue reading “Aeneas, Brutus, Brute of Troy,”

Thomas Charles Llethbridge, – Philosophy, Ethnology and Archaeology.

Thomas Charles Lethbridge (23 March 1901 – 30 September 1971), better known as T. C. Lethbridge, was an English archaeologist, parapsychologist, and explorer. A specialist in Anglo-Saxon archaeology, he served as honorary Keeper of Anglo-Saxon Antiquities at the Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology from 1923 to 1957, and over the course of hisContinue reading “Thomas Charles Llethbridge, – Philosophy, Ethnology and Archaeology.”

V. Gordon Childe , cultural, historical, archaeologist

Vere Gordon Childe (14 April 1892 – 19 October 1957) was an Australian archaeologist who specialized in the study of European prehistory. He spent most of his life in the United Kingdom, working as an academic for the University of Edinburgh and then the Institute of Archaeology, London. He wrote twenty-six books during his career.Continue reading “V. Gordon Childe , cultural, historical, archaeologist”

William Stukeley

William Stukeley FRS FSA (7 November 1687 – 3 March 1765) was an English antiquarian, physician and Anglican clergyman. A significant influence on the later development of archaeology, he pioneered the scholarly investigation of the prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in Wiltshire. He published over twenty books on archaeology and other subjects during hisContinue reading “William Stukeley”

Inigo Jones

Inigo Jones, (born July 15, 1573, Smithfield, London, Eng. —died June 21, 1652, London), British painter, architect, and designer who founded the English classical tradition of architecture. The Queen’s House (1616–19) at Greenwich, London, his first major work, became a part of the National Maritime Museum in 1937. As the most notable architect in England,[2]Continue reading “Inigo Jones”

Willard Libby – Hope, efforts, promise for the future and preservation.

True, the initial ideas are in general those of an individual, but the establishment of the reality and truth is in general the work of more than one person. Willard Frank Libby was an American physical chemist noted for his role in the 1949 development of radiocarbon dating, a process which revolutionized archaeology and palaeontology.Continue reading “Willard Libby – Hope, efforts, promise for the future and preservation.”