The Mummy and Coffin of Meresamun - Meresamun was a "Singer in the Interior of the Temple of Amun" at Karnak where she was part of a divine choir that sang and made music during temple rituals. Nothing is known about the location of Meresamun’s tomb or why she died at the relatively young age of 29 or 30.
Julia's Oxford Cityscape is a celebration of British ecclesiastical and university, heritage architecture. Some of the many, ancient seats of learning of Oxford University, such as Magdalen College, Sheldonian Theatre, Radcliffe Camera, Christ Church Cathedral and Bodleian Library and Divinity School feature in this cute take on cartography. Julia has captured their salient architectural features such as domed ceilings, spiky, pointy turrets and repetitive, arched columns.
Doorway to the School of Moral Philosophy at the Bodleian Library at University of Oxford, one of the oldest libraries in Europe. Contains 11 million items on117 miles of shelving. Ohhhh, to peek inside. . . .
Rev. Charles Colcock Jones, developed the system for introducing the enslaved to Christianity and wrote The Religious and Oral Instruction of the Negro, 1842. Fearing revolt slavemasters relied on his methods to pacify Blacks. Howard University Divinity students were required to take classes on his works.