The ancient Egyptian sarcophagi included illustrations depicting animals, religious proceedings and funerals that are painted on both sides of the coffin. A gold funerary mask was placed over his head and shoulders to cover the mummified body and made in his royal likeness. The Pedi-Osiris coffin contains expensive materials, such as blue paint made with azure, which is used to paint for the coffin’s head and wig, and black paint on the carved eyes is used to emphasize the high standing of the priest and the fake beard is the mark of the social figurine of high rank. Geometrical designs are painted diagonally on the upper half and Egyptian pictographs are written in pillars bordered with black ink on the bottom half of the sarcophagus. This funerary practice represents the wealth, high-standing and social position for the deceased.
He is entrusted with carrying the statue of a goddess on his back while he follows around the group of sinful priests. While enraging in lewd activity with a local boy, the group of priests is discovered by a man in search of a stolen donkey who mistakes Lucius’ braying for that of his own animal. The priests flee to a new city where they are well received by one of its chief citizens. They are preparing to dine when his cook realizes that the meat that was to be served was stolen by a dog. The cook, at the suggestion of his wife, prepares to kill Lucius in order to serve his meat
Some of the participants got “sloppy” and these were not all Irish and Chinese.” (Document 16-1 p. 34). He describes how the Vice President of the Union Pacific and one Governor both missed a spike on their first try, and the crowd reacted by howling at miss and slapping one another on the back with delight (Document 16-1 p.34). Toponce discusses mainly how everyone behaved during the occasion, which indeed made it an impressive one. 2. During the completion of the first transcontinental railroad, Toponce reveals how the construction camps were filled with all the toughs the west had, and implied that drinking and gambling were the blandest things people would do there (Doc 16-1 p.34).
Lucas’ vision of this painting defined his interests in the human body. The painting displayed humanism, realism, and complimented the artwork by flattering Venus in a beautiful necklace completed with stones or a heavy velvet hat. Also, accentuating her figure with her almond-shaped eyes. Lucas proposed the lighting in the frame of artwork to draw the eye to the painting instead of keeping away attraction of nudity. He displayed winged Cupid holding a bee hive he stole as a source of pain with the dark, blackened background behind him, along with the tree he took the hive
Their most famous example was the jewel Samarkand. When Timuri-Lang had made Samarkand the capital, he brought artisans, engineers, and scholars from all over the conquered lands in Asia. He made Samarkand the most beautiful place. There were mosques, temples, and all different types of architecture. It could have been obviously seen by any outsider that Samarkand was a very diverse and beautiful place to live in.
Cyrus (580-529 BC) was the first Achaemenid Emperor. He founded Persia by uniting the two original Iranian Tribes- the Medes and the Persians. Although he was known to be a great conqueror, who at one point controlled one of the greatest Empires ever seen, he is best remembered for his unprecedented tolerance and magnanimous attitude towards those he defeated. Upon his victory over the Medes, he founded a government for his new kingdom, incorporating both Median and Persian nobles as civilian officials. The conquest of Asia Minor completed, he led his armies to the eastern frontiers.
The Joker looks on proudly, in his demented eyes he sees them falling dead with big smiles on their faces. However, Joker is upset that Batman doesn't shown up. Bruce is in the hospital with Lorna saying he won't leave her, but Alfred appears and informs him of the carnage ensuing, leaving him his batsuit. Later at a circus, Joker poses as an ordinary clown and causes a riot when he kills a man in front of his own daughter by spraying a strange green chemical in his face (having offered the little girl the choice of whether she wanted to be sprayed by the clown or whether it should be "Daddy"). When Joker sees a report on how Batman hasn't shown up, he becomes upset that he hasn't appeared, even when he rounded up other criminals so he'd have only him to contend with.
When he sees Lennie walking his way. They meet and George asks “Get enough to eat” Lennie said “It was too hoppin' over there to get any food.” George began to tell Lennie something when Lennie's eyes transfixed on something, a bright red dress, he began to walk over, when George said “Lennie where ya going?” But Lennie was fixed on the dress he got close enough to touch it in fact he grabbed the dress and startled to fondle it because Lennie likes soft things he felt it and as the lady moved away she screamed because of the big man fondling her. It began to cause a big commotion, when George ran over trying to pull off Lennie but in his panic he held tighter and George had to knock him on top of his head til he let go. The women yelled rape and some people ran to the police telling there had been a raping at the town party. As that was happening George and Lennie were trying to sneak away as quietly as possible but a group of men stopped them and began to chase them, and Lennie said to George “I don't want to get hurt make them stop!” But George yelled back at Lennie “ Its' time to go Beast Mode!” and when he said that he and Lennie began to run faster and jump
There hear Lord Farquaad talking about the men risking their lives and lord Farquaad says ‘this is a sacrifice I am willing to make. This shows the audience that he is very powerful and very selfish as it should be the men saying that not him. The soldiers and because they are all so scared of Shrek they try and kill him. There is a low angle shot of Shrek hitting a solider over the heard with a chair; this makes Shrek seem a lot taller then the solider. A mid shot of Shrek opening the beer barrels to it slips up all of the soldiers.
Dressed as a weak, old beggar man, he skillfully strings his bow and shoots the arrow through twelve ax handles in order to win his wife back, reveal his true identity and re claim his kingdom. However, as a mere mortal all he could think about was vengeance against all one hundred suitors. His anger and jealousy drove him to kill all the suitors in the great hall. Odysseus was cunning, skillful and smart. He had many qualities that made him a perfect example of an epic hero.