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The Behistun Inscription is a multi-lingual inscription located on Mount Behistun, near the city of Kermanshah in western Iran.

The Behistun Inscription is a multi-lingual inscription located on Mount Behistun, near the city of Kermanshah in western Iran.

Source (and little write-ups on everyone pictured): <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.veritablehokum.com/comic/the-egyptian-god-family-tree">http://www.veritablehokum.com/comic/the-egyptian-god-family-tree</a>/  Oh, also, um. I just started a store thing for posters of the comics I've been making over the past year or so. Um. <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://store.veritablehokum.com">http://store.veritablehokum.com</a>

An Egyptian God Family Tree

Source (and little write-ups on everyone pictured): <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.veritablehokum.com/comic/the-egyptian-god-family-tree">http://www.veritablehokum.com/comic/the-egyptian-god-family-tree</a>/ Oh, also, um. I just started a store thing for posters of the comics I've been making over the past year or so. Um. <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://store.veritablehokum.com">http://store.veritablehokum.com</a>

Chapter 4: section 1 Encaustic Painting: pigments are mixed with melted beeswax and applied to stone as a form of painting

Chapter 4: section 1 Encaustic Painting: pigments are mixed with melted beeswax and applied to stone as a form of painting

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Tribal Art,Iranian,Musical Instruments,Persian,Dancers,Costume,Middle East,Ethnic

Ceremonial gilded wooden shield from the tomb of Tutakhamun. Egyptian Museum, Cairo (New Kingdom)

Ceremonial gilded wooden shield from the tomb of Tutakhamun. Egyptian Museum, Cairo (New Kingdom)

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Vank Orthodox Church est 1604 Armenian Community in Isfahan, Iran

A GREEK BRONZE CHALCIDIAN HELMET circa 4th century b.c. Of hammered sheet, with a rounded bowl off-set from the neck- and cheek-guards and the brim by a ridge, the neck-guard flaring along the back edge, the forward elements adorned with relief ornament illustrating the Herakles cycle, including, on the brim, the infant Herakles struggling with the serpents of Hera, on the left cheek-guard, the hero wearing the Nemean lion skin, battling the Lernean Hydra

A GREEK BRONZE CHALCIDIAN HELMET circa 4th century b.c. Of hammered sheet, with a rounded bowl off-set from the neck- and cheek-guards and the brim by a ridge, the neck-guard flaring along the back edge, the forward elements adorned with relief ornament illustrating the Herakles cycle, including, on the brim, the infant Herakles struggling with the serpents of Hera, on the left cheek-guard, the hero wearing the Nemean lion skin, battling the Lernean Hydra

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