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By Pamela Thompson

Hairpin Crochet is an previous craft, its origins being vague and mostly a question of guesswork. there's, besides the fact that, evidence that this department of crochet paintings was once very hot good over 100 years in the past while Victorian girls created crochet lace of gorgeous delicacy utilizing a crochet hook and their lengthy hairpins.

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When Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire after the death of Queen Cleopatra (r. 51–30 BCE), it served as the granary of the Mediterranean world. 100 0 Mediterranean Sea Alexandria 0 100 200 miles 200 kilometers Naukratis LO WER E G YPT New Kingdom 1550–1070 BC E Gizeh Heliopolis Saqqara Memphis FAIYUM Sinai Pen. Akhetaton (Tell el-Amarna) Ni le R. Deir el-Bahri Thebes U PPE R E G YPT Karnak Hierakonpolis Red Sea Abu Simbel N U BIA PU N T MAP 1-3 Egypt during the New Kingdom. Predynastic and Early Dynastic Periods The Predynastic, or prehistoric, beginnings of Egyptian civilization are chronologically vague.

During the Middle Ages, the Britons believed the mysterious structures were the work of the magician Merlin of the King Arthur legend, who spirited them from Ireland. Most archaeologists now consider Stonehenge a remarkably accurate solar calendar. This achievement is testimony to the rapidly developing intellectual powers of Neolithic humans as well as to their capacity for heroic physical effort. 1-9 Aerial view (looking northwest) of Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England, ca. 2550–1600 BCE.

The artist carefully observed and recorded the distinctive profi le of the ruler’s nose and his long, curly beard. The sculptor also brilliantly communicated the differing textures of flesh and hair—even the contrasting textures of the mustache, beard, and the braided hair on the top of the head. The coiffure’s triangles, lozenges, and overlapping disks of hair and the great arching eyebrows that give such character to the portrait reveal that the artist was also sensitive to formal pattern. No less remarkable is the fact that this is a life-size, hollow-cast metal sculpture (see “Hollow-Casting Life-Size Bronze Statues,” Chapter 2, page 66), one of the earliest known.

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