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San Miguel of Lillo

On Sunday, the 1st February, 2009
San Miguel of Lillo

It alerts before his deterioration state Photo: Joseasn Last week jumped the news about the bad state of conservation of one of the emblematic buildings of the architecture prerrománica Asturian, the church of San Miguel of Lillo, in the outskirts of Oviedo. The newspaper The New Spain was gathering it this way: San Miguel of Lillo, one of...
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Posted in Archaeology, Art | 6 Comments»

A child Stonehenge under the lake Michigan?

On Monday, the 12th January, 2009
A child Stonehenge under the lake Michigan?

Strange find, hanging of Grand Traverse Bay is verified, in the lake Michigan (photo: Wikipedia) This history, which has jumped a few days ago in some North American means, began in 2007, when Mark Holley, teacher of Underwater archaeology in Northwestern Michigan University College, discovered to approximately 12 meters under the surface of the waters of...
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The birth of the writing in the ancient Egypt

On Friday, the 26th December, 2008
The birth of the writing in the ancient Egypt

There was born the writing probably due to the administrative needs of the primitive societies The seated scribe (photo: Wikipedia, click here to enlarge) Egyptology, blog on the ancient Egypt of Tendencies 21, publishes an article of Francisco J. Martín Valentín in which there is analyzed the phenomenon of the invention of the writing in the above mentioned civilization, towards...
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Cleopatra's real face

On Wednesday, the 17th December, 2008
Cleopatra's real face

Or that says that the egiptóloga Sally Ann Ashton Hace tiempo they recreated the supposed real Tutankhamon face from his skull. Now, which would be Cleopatra's face the nearest to the reality has been reconstructed from images of ancient objects, between them a ring of 2000 years ago. The image in...
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Ancient Posted in Egypt, Science and skill, Movies, Cómic | 4 Comments»

Hu Ming

On Thursday, the 11th December, 2008
Hu Ming

The eroticism of the Army of the people's republic China This entry had to be brief, like that of most of the painters that I bring somewhere here: a biographical note, a few images and a few linkage to keep on seeing his works. But when I have read on the life of this Chinese artist I have...
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Posted in China, singular Women, Painting | 3 Comments»

The Accolade

On Wednesday, the 10th December, 2008

The first group of rock of Saudi Arabia formed by women Saudi Arabia supports a strict control on the women, based on the Islamic prescripts. The women can neither travel alone, nor receive education or medical attention without the authorization of a relative male, like the father or the husband. The laws also prohíben to one...
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Posted in Arab culture, singular Women, Musician | 2 Comments»

Virginia ‘Ginny‘ Fiennes

On Wednesday, the 26th November, 2008
Virginia ‘Ginny‘ Fiennes

British polar explorer Photo: web of Transglobe Expedition Ginny Fiennes (1947-2004) was a polar explorer and organizer of expeditions, born in Godalming, Surrey (England). Of young man he committed himself with the baron Ranulph Fiennes (1944), relation that his father tried to avoid sending her to Spain to work like nanny. Uselessly, since to his return, it resumed his relation...
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