H.E. Shri Chandulal Trivedi, Governor of East Punjab and Chancellor of the East Punjab University presenting the Doctor of Laws (Honoris Causa) degree to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel at the first convocation of the University held at Ambala on March 5, 1949.
The Oldest (known) Human Image The Great Mother, most ancient goddess, shaped from rock by our ancestors 1/4 million to 3/4 million years ago. Until the past few decades, the famous Willendorf Goddess, carved of bone 30,000 years ago, was held to be the earliest human-crafted work of art and veneration. The Acheulian Goddess predates Willendorf by an amazing quarter-million years, and may be as old as 800,000 years!It is remarkable to note the similarities
Visual identity, booklets design, promotion and spatial design developed by graphic and design studio FRVR for a small exhibition held in one of the Hongo Campus buildings at the University of Tokyo (Todai).
Very Early Viking Burial. The carefully stacked remains of 33 men were buried in the war boat that brought them from Scandinavia to an Estonian island more than a century before the Vikings are thought to have been able to sail across such distances. The archaeologists believe the men died in a battle some time between 700 and 750, perhaps almost as much as a century before the Viking Age officially began. (Courtesy Liina Maldre, University of Tallinn) June 10, 2013, click through
Genoese medicine chest, 1562-1566 This magnificent and unique medicine chest was made for Vincenzo Giustiniani (d. 1570), the last Genoese governor of the island of Chios in the eastern Aegean Sea. He ruled Chios from 1562 until the Turks expelled the Genoese in 1566 after an occupation of some two hundred years. On a box from the middle drawer is painted the symbol of Chios – a black eagle above a three-towered castle. The chest contains 126 bottles and pots for drugs ...
:Hall of Christ Church, Oxford. Founded in 1524 by Cardinal Wolsey as Cardinal's College. In 1642 King Charles I lived at Christ Church, he held his Parliament in the Great Hall and attended services in the Cathedral