Making Good Things Out Of The War ~Repinned Via Have Moxie On Me
Making Good Things Out Of The War
During the 1st to 3rd century AD in Egypt. The portraits were attached to burial mummies at the face, from which almost all have now been detached. In terms of artistic tradition, the images clearly derive more from Graeco-Roman traditions than Egyptian ones. The population of the Faiyum area was greatly enhanced by a wave of Greek immigrants during the Ptolemaic period, initially by veteran soldiers who settled in the area.
The Mysterious Fayum Portraits
St John the Baptist Church on the Jordan River, Jordan
Jordanian flag..thinking of the Jordanian's today and many others around the world who deserve us to learn more about their cultures and history so we can be more united as a world
Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad of Jordan is a Jordanian prince who speaks on behalf of Christian rights said " ...they are also suffering just because they are Christians. It is absolutely and categorically unacceptable for us. "1st, we do not accept it according to our Holy law as Muslims before God. 2nd, we do not accept it morally as Arabs and relatives. 3rd, we do not accept it on the level of our feelings as neighbours and dear friends. And, 4th, we do not accept it personally as human beings."