Erkunde Altgriechisch, Antikes Ägypten und noch mehr!

All black Africans were known as Ethiopians to the ancient Greeks, as the fifth-century B.C. historian Herodotus tells us, and their iconography was narrowly defined by Greek artists in the Archaic (ca. 700–480 B.C.) and Classical (ca. 480–323 B.C.) periods, black skin color being the primary identifying physical characteristic

All black Africans were known as Ethiopians to the ancient Greeks, as the fifth-century B.C. historian Herodotus tells us, and their iconography was narrowly defined by Greek artists in the Archaic (ca. 700–480 B.C.) and Classical (ca. 480–323 B.C.) periods, black skin color being the primary identifying physical characteristic

Africa | Ring, surmounted by an umbrella, stool and sword,  from the Akan people | 19th century | Gold ||| {GPA}

Africa | Ring, surmounted by an umbrella, stool and sword, from the Akan people | 19th century | Gold ||| {GPA}

1. James Augustine Healy (1830-1900) -Though not as documented as his brothers, James did found the Healy legacy of achievement.  He graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1849.  In 1875, Healy became the first African-American Roman Catholic bishop, as he was installed as Bishop of Portland, Maine.   James oversaw the establishment of 60 new churches, 68 missions, 18 convents and 18 schools

1. James Augustine Healy (1830-1900) -Though not as documented as his brothers, James did found the Healy legacy of achievement. He graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1849. In 1875, Healy became the first African-American Roman Catholic bishop, as he was installed as Bishop of Portland, Maine. James oversaw the establishment of 60 new churches, 68 missions, 18 convents and 18 schools

Neuroembryologist, Initiator of Head Start Programs, National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (1963-1967), and  Howard University graduate (LA BS, 1942) Geraldine Pittman Woods received the Doctor of Humane Letters during the1989 Howard University Commencement.

Neuroembryologist, Initiator of Head Start Programs, National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (1963-1967), and Howard University graduate (LA BS, 1942) Geraldine Pittman Woods received the Doctor of Humane Letters during the1989 Howard University Commencement.

A Hellenistic Teardrop Pendant, ca 2nd - 1st century BC

A Hellenistic Teardrop Pendant, ca 2nd - 1st century BC

Mittelalterlichen Schmuck, Antiken Schmuck, Vintage-schmuck, 1. Jahrhundert, Pompeji, Goldschmuck, Antikes Griechenland, Antiken Griechenland, Zubehör

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period (1040–1196), early 13th century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

Inkwell with Zodiac signs, Seljuq period (1040–1196), early 13th century Probably Iran Brass; cast, inlaid with silver, copper, and black compound

Man geht davon aus, dass die Steinfiguren bearbeitet wurden, im (halb-)fertigen Zustand Statuen den Hang des Rano-Raraku an Seilen herunter gelassen wurde und auf halber Höhe des Hanges wurden die Moais in Gruben stehend „zwischengelagert“. Dort wurden sie dann in der Regel fertiggestellt. Zahlreiche mehr oder weniger fertige Statuen stehen heute noch dort. Von den Gruben ist allerdings nichts mehr zu sehen, weshalb nur die Köpfe herausragen.

Man geht davon aus, dass die Steinfiguren bearbeitet wurden, im (halb-)fertigen Zustand Statuen den Hang des Rano-Raraku an Seilen herunter gelassen wurde und auf halber Höhe des Hanges wurden die Moais in Gruben stehend „zwischengelagert“. Dort wurden sie dann in der Regel fertiggestellt. Zahlreiche mehr oder weniger fertige Statuen stehen heute noch dort. Von den Gruben ist allerdings nichts mehr zu sehen, weshalb nur die Köpfe herausragen.

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