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Jar With Stylized Landscape, Majiayao Culture

Jar With Stylized Landscape, Majiayao Culture

A pottery jar with stylized landscape from Gansu or Qinhai Province, China. Produced by the Majiayao Culture, late 4th / early 3rd millennium BCE. Exhibited at Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Switzerland.

Information analysis: another reason to study History

Information analysis: another reason to study History

Over the years, the belief that history is an "idle" career, studied as a hobby, seems to have been instigated, since the job opportunities it offers a priori are more limited. However, those of us who study a degree in geography and history, we do it out of true passion rather than hobby.

A Literary Treasure: The Oldest Surviving English Poem - Beowulf and His Epic Battles

A Literary Treasure: The Oldest Surviving English Poem - Beowulf and His Epic Battles

Perhaps the oldest surviving long poem in Old English, Beowulf is commonly seen as one of the most important works of Old English Literature. While the date of the poem’s composition is still debated, the only certainty is that the physical manuscript was produced some time between 975 and 1025 AD.

List of gods and divinities of Slavic mythology

List of gods and divinities of Slavic mythology

Slavic mythology defines the set of religious beliefs and ritual practices of the Slavs before the formal Christianization of their elites, which occurred throughout the 8th and 13th centuries.This mythology is believed to have developed throughout 3,000 years, and it is even thought that many of these beliefs date back to the Neolithic or Mesolithic.

Exhibition ‘The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain’ in Nuevo Baztán

Exhibition ‘The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain’ in Nuevo Baztán

The Interpretation Center of Nuevo Baztán presents “The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain”, an exhibition that analyzes the use of engraving in the 18th century to promote a change in the country's image and the normalization of aesthetics and artistic taste The illustrated people of the second half of the 18th century made a new Spain known in Europe through engraving.

Still Life Fresco from the House of the Deer in Herculaneum

Still Life Fresco from the House of the Deer in Herculaneum

A fresco showing a silver tray containing prunes, dried figs and dates, and a glass cup with red wine. From the House of the Deer (Casa dei Cervi) at Herculaneum. Naples National Archaeological Museum...