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An ancient Egyptian sandstone cornice block, 41–68, with relief showing the baptism of pharaoh; the ibis-headed god Thoth pours water, symbolised by streams of ankhs (life symbols/hieroglyphs) over the head of the pharaoh. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Cornice Block with Relief Showing the Baptism of Pharaoh Period: Roman Period Date: A. Geography: Egypt, Cataract, Philae, Temple of Harendotes Medium: Sandstone Dimensions: top: h. 61 cm in); cm in) bo

Mistery of an island: Isola Tiberina  The isola Tiberina (island of the Tevere, the river of Rome) is situated in the old town centre. A legend tells that this island derives from a rebellion of Rome. Infact when the ancient romans sent away their king Tarquinio the presumptuous, his assests were chucked in the stream. After a pair of

A different tour of Rome: a city full of mistery and legend

Needless to say the first bathrooms were far from what we are used to in modern times, but the history of bathrooms is thousands of years old and can be traced to ancient Scotland. Around 8,000 B.C. inhabitants of the Orkney Islands built the first latrine-like plumbing systems for carrying wastes away from the home. A series of crude drains led from stone huts to streams, enabling people to relieve themselves indoors instead of outside. Archaeologists have discovered what some consider to…

Needless to say the first bathrooms were far from what we are used to in modern times, but the history of bathrooms is thousands of years old and can be traced to ancient Scotland. Around 8,000 B.C. inhabitants of the Orkney Islands built the first latrine-like plumbing systems for carrying wastes away from the home. A series of crude drains led from stone huts to streams, enabling people to relieve themselves indoors instead of outside. Archaeologists have discovered what some consider to…

Meelick and Victoria lock - The river at this point is wide and mysterious with islands, weirs, pools and streams. Meelick is a fascinating place. Take a morning and explore the Keelogue Battery, across the river from the quay. There is a Martello Tower on the island to the west of the canal leading to Victoria Lock. Meelick has the oldest Irish Roman Catholic church with continuous use since 1414 AD.

Meelick and Victoria lock - The river at this point is wide and mysterious with islands, weirs, pools and streams. Meelick is a fascinating place. Take a morning and explore the Keelogue Battery, across the river from the quay. There is a Martello Tower on the island to the west of the canal leading to Victoria Lock. Meelick has the oldest Irish Roman Catholic church with continuous use since 1414 AD.

Like how comfortable this feels - could have dinner parties here all the time.

Room Design LookBook - Home Decorating Photos by Room and Style

makes the white pop.love the Island, barstools, gorgeous windows, beamed ceiling, etc. Featured in Elle Decor

STEM Boat Challenge

STEM Boat Challenge

School Clubs, Stem Challenges, Stem Projects, Conflict Resolution Skills, Stem Activities, Survivor Island, Float Your Boat, Innovation Challenge, Ocean Themed Classroom

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