The Sumerians Civilization

Hunter-gatherers had roamed that part of the Middle East called the Fertile Crescent, and they had planted gardens. By 7000 BCE the crops they planted became a major source of food. They had begun farming, which required permanent settlement. Continue reading The Sumerians Civilization

Greek Roman Hellenistic Life size Statues – Museum sculpture Reproductions

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ATHENIAN GREEK ORATOR GOD BACCHUS DIONYSUS
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BOY WITH THORN HELLENISTIC HUNTING APOLLO WITH DOG

Dress and Fashion in Ancient Egypt

The hot and sunny climate of Ancient Egypt meant that simple lightweight linen clothes were the preferred choice of most Egyptians. Whilst a number of examples of New Kingdom textiles have survived, studies of Ancient Egyptian dress and textiles are still largely based upon the study of wall paintings, reliefs and sculptures.

The well documented kohl-rimmed eyes of the ancient Egyptians are one of their most distinctive features. Cosmetics were not considered a luxury, and most people, from the simple peasant upwards to pharaoh himself used them. The only real difference between the classes was the quality of the products used. Men and women followed the latest fashions in both hairstyles, make-up and fashion. Continue reading Dress and Fashion in Ancient Egypt

Greek Hellenistic and Roman Lifesize Statues – Museum Reproductions

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VENUS DE MILO STATUE 72″
LEFESIZE MUSEUM REPLICA

OLYMPIC DISCOBOLUS STATUE 68″
LIFESIZE MUSEM REPLICA

APHRODITE VENUS OF ARLES STATUE 80″
LIFESIZE MUSEUM REPLICA

VENUS APHRODITE 53″
MUSEUM REPLICA STATUE

Inscription of Darius the Great in Bistun



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1. (1.1-3.) I am Darius the Great King, King of Kings, King in Persia, King of countries, son of Hystaspes, grandson of Arsames, an Achaemenian.

2. (1.3-6.) Darius the King says: My father was Hystaspes; Hystaspes’ father was Arsames; Arsames’ father was Ariaramnes; Ariaramnes’ father was Teispes; Teispes’ father was Achaemenes. Continue reading Inscription of Darius the Great in Bistun