ExplanationIII. Amenhotep, the ancient Egyptian pharaohs XVIII. A pharaoh who ruled as the 9th ruler of the dynasty.His name is sometimes III. It is also read as amenophis. The name is Amāna-Ḥātpa according to ancient Egyptian language and Amun is pleasant.means.Date of birth: 1411 BC, Ancient ..
DescriptionThe portrait head of this sculpture originates from an original sculpture type depicting Antinous as the Roman god of Wine,Dionysus, as identified as his crown of a wreath of ivy. The rest of the bust is a modern addition to which the head is fixed to. The full figure version can be ..
This sculpture was originally located on the eastern mound of the Mesita A in the Archeological Park of San Agustin.The anthropomorphic figure with feline feature holds in both hands a weapon and a tool.A cord around his head ends in front and back knots...
Explanation. According to historical sources, the Hashhashis are a religious sect and political organization founded by the Ismaili cleric Hasan Sabbah in September 1090. ... Thanks to these notorious fame, the word assasin, which means assassin in most Western languages, came from th..
DescriptionThe Great Buddha of Kamakura (Daibutsu in Japanese) is a monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amida Buddha in the city of Kamakura, Japan. Seated serenely in the grounds of Kotokuin, a Buddhist temple of the Pure Land sect,the Great Buddha is one of the icons of Japan...
King Tutankhamen (1341-1323 BC) would not have been recognized by the whole world if his dazzling tomb had not been discovered.Photo taken after the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922. He ascended the throne at the age of 9 and died at the age of 18.It ruled between 1332 BC and 1323 BC.Tut..
The Elephant and Obelisk are the base of the smallest obelisk in Rome with a height of 5.47 meters:Nowadays there are 12 old obelisks in Rome. The sculpture was designed by Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini.Opening date: 1667..