• Jexux TV Antiques furniture Antiguedades Muebles Grandpa's Bazar Rosarito 6611006485

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    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • ALEXANDRIE, La Cité du Savoir

    Recherche des vestiges de l'ancienne cité Alexandrie de son histoire et de celle d' Agnodice (Hagnodikè) l'une des premières femmes en médecine. De la série Métropolis, Le Berceau de l'Occident(2005)

    published: 20 Feb 2015
  • Il était une fois la Mésopotamie (Le pays entre les deux fleuves)

    Arte - Il était une fois la Mésopotamie (Le pays entre les deux fleuves)

    published: 10 Feb 2013
  • Les trésors de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie (doc)

    Les trésors de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie, est un documentaire (0h46) qui tente de comprendre et d'élucider les circonstances encore mystérieuses de la disparition de la bibliothèque et de ses ouvrages. . . . Alexandrie fut fondée en 332-331 av. J.-C., par Alexandre le Grand, et devint dans l'antiquité le premier port d'Égypte. Elle fut à son époque l'un des plus grands foyers culturels de la Méditerranée, sa bibliothèque superbe étant sans conteste l'un des principaux fondements de sa notoriété. . . C'est l'un des généraux d'Alexandre, Ptolémée Ier, recevant l'Égypte en partage à la mort de l'empereur, qui donna l'impulsion intellectuelle et commerciale à la future grandeur d'Alexandrie. En 288 av. J.-C., il fit construire un musée, le museion ou palais des Muses, abritant une universit...

    published: 11 Jan 2014
  • Qatna : Royaume de la Syrie antique(2/4)

    published: 02 Jul 2013
  • Les 7 Merveilles de l'ancienne Grèce FR

    published: 03 Mar 2014
  • Babylone

    Cité du pays d'Akkad (en Iraq). Ville de Mésopotamie dont les ruines se trouvent à 90 km au sud de Bagdad (près de l'actuelle Hilla), Babylone fut la capitale d'une vaste région de Mésopotamie. Arrosée par le Tigre et l'Euphrate, elle connut l'une des plus brillantes civilisations du monde antique, qui se développa pendant près de douze siècles. La ville de Babylone existe dès le xxiiie siècle avant J.-C., au temps de la splendeur d'Akkad.Le premier texte cunéiforme qui mentionne le nom de Babylone date du règne du roi d'Akkad Sharkali-sharri (v. 2185-2160 avant J.-C.).Son entrée dans l'histoire ne débute véritablement qu'avec l'arrivée des Amorrites, ces Sémites occidentaux qui, à la fin du xxe siècle, submergent les pays de Sumer et d'Akkad. Parmi ces envahisseurs, un certain Sumou-abo...

    published: 12 Mar 2015
  • Linxia City, China Tourism 4K

    Linxia City, China Tourism 4K, Linxia city China, The mosques and mausoleums of Linxia City Travel Vlog 4K https://goo.gl/HzFhA4 Colorful market town located in the mountains south of Lanzhou. Sometimes called the "Mecca of China," many consider it a main center of Hui Muslim culture in China. See in Linxia City, China =================== Numerous mosques (qing zhen si) and Islamic mausoleums (gongbei). Start with Da gongbei (大拱北) of the Qadiriya Brotherhood near the Red Garden (红园), which displays mostly Sinified outlook, than proceed to Bijiachang Gongbei (毕家场拱北) and Huasi gongbei (华寺拱北) of Hufiya and Naqshbandiya Brotherhoods respectively -both are clearly more Arabicised. Do in Linxia City, China ================== Hike up the escarpment of the loess plateau north of town, to the p...

    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • [중국여행] 중국 현대미술의 최전선, 모간산루 / Moganshanlu(M50) in Shanghai

    1930년대 봉제공장이었던 곳을 개조해 가난한 젊은 작가와 갤러리들이 모여들면서 이후 상하이 뿐만아니라 중국 현대미술의 최전선으로 자리잡은 복합예술단지가 바로 이곳 모간산루 입니다. 모간산루 50호에 위치하여 M50으로 불리기도 합니다.

    published: 25 May 2012
  • Vintage Ancient Chinese Porcelain Tang Dynasty | Picture Ideas Of Rare Decorative & Beautiful Art

    Tang dynasty ceramics, pottery, porcelain. China online museum the tang dynasty is famous for its energetically modeled and brightly colored tomb figurines. Made from low fired earthenware and intended exclusively for history and galleries of chinese ceramics, pottery, and porcelain. One of the most famous is the three colored ware of the tang dynasty ( ad), chinese ceramic ware shows a continuous development since imperial. Early wares;. Han dynasty, bc ad;. Sui and tang that their prices nearly matched genuine antique wares of the song dynasty or even older find great deals on ebay for tang dynasty in asian antique human statues. Ancient chinese tang dynasty sancai pottery attendant groom figure ad tang dynasties porcelain. The tang period firmly established the following do...

    published: 24 Apr 2016
  • [Antiquité] Les grandes batailles de l'Histoire - Alexandre contre les Perses

    Documentaire sur la bataille de Gaugamèles entre Alexandre le Grand et Darius III http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bataille... http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandr... http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darius_III

    published: 18 Jan 2015
  • 06 La Grece d'Alexandre

    published: 02 Sep 2013
  • Largest hemp grower hosts celebration

    7NEWS reporter Major King tells us more about the next battle in Colorado's growing cannabis business. ◂ The Denver Channel, 7News, brings you the latest trusted news and information for Denver, Colorado, Mile High and the Rocky Mountains. Our mission is to provide useful, interesting news and updates on breaking news to people in the Denver metro area, all across our beautiful state of Colorado and all over the world. For more download the 7News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kmgh Android: http://bit.ly/kmgh-android

    published: 12 Sep 2015
  • 10 UFOs IN ANTIQUE ART PART I

    Música Echoes of Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ PAGINA WEB http://www.gabehash.com/ YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/Gabehash (Canal Español) http://www.youtube.com/GabehashTV (English Channel) TWITTER https://twitter.com/GABEHASH FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/losamigosdegabehash When many hear the word UFO our mind flies quickly to an alien spacecraft but when we refer to the word UFO we mean Unidentified Flying Objects not necessarily extraterrestrial but something that can be terrestrial. Unidentified Flying Objects have been over time a ship some could be from another planets and other just visual illusions, objects or military intelligence unknown at the eyes of normal people. ...

    published: 22 Aug 2014
  • "One Belt One Road" visual arts exhibition opens in Hong Kong

    The "One Belt One Road" visual arts exhibition opened in Hong Kong on Monday.

    published: 12 Apr 2016
  • 1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

    In which John Green returns for a dystopian new season of Crash Course Literature! We're starting with George Orwell's classic look at the totalitarian state that could be in post-war England. Winston Smith is under the eye of Big Brother, and making us think about surveillance, the role of government, and how language can play a huge part in repressive regimes. Crash Course is made with Adobe Creative Cloud. Get a free trial: www.adobe.com/creativecloud/catalog/desktop.html Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Divonne Holmes à Court, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany,...

    published: 07 Nov 2017
  • 5000 Year Old Beer Discovered In China

    A team of Stanford University archaeologists recently published their findings after unearthing a 5000-year old collection of beer brewing equipment that gave clues about the ingredients in an ancient beer recipe. The team was excavating a site along China’s Wei River when the discovery was made, which marks one of the earliest known examples of brewing in human history. The archaeologists were examining a set of underground chambers that were discovered in China’s Shaanxi province when a collection of specialized jugs, bottles, and urns were found. After examining remnants of liquids inside the vessels, the team determined that these implements were indeed brewing tools and even contained traces of ancient beer.Using a chemical identification process known as ion chromatography, scientis...

    published: 04 Jan 2017
  • Rare Ice Age Cave Bear & Cub Skeletons from M.S. Rau ANtiques

    Circa 150,000 B.C.E. 97 1/2" high BEAR This extraordinary Ice Age cave bear skeleton, believed to be from the species Ursus spelaeus, is an incredible relic of prehistoric times. Measuring over eight feet tall, this enormous bear almost certainly hailed from the Ural Mountains of Russia and was one of the most fearsome land animals of the Pleistocene Age. The largest of all the great bears, this now-extinct species was both worshipped and hunted by prehistoric man. Mounted in the attack position, this beautifully preserved skeleton perfectly conveys the incredible size and massive strength of this animal. Cave bear skeletons were first described in 1774 by Johann Friederich Esper in his book Newly Discovered Zoolites of Unknown Four Footed Animals. The largest of all the great bears, th...

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Denice Hough - Day Shift- The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong

    7th - 18th March 2012 Day Shift DENICE HOUGH http://www.thecatstreetgallery.com/artist/DeniceHough2/works1/ The American photographer Denice Hough creates atmospheric and mesmerizing images of landscapes, cityscapes and architectural environments. Her current series of work takes its genesis from her short time as an architecture student; now as a full time photographer she turns her lens to abandoned buildings. Hough presents structures in a state of disrepair, their decay heightening their original structural components. Born in Northwest Indiana, a stone's throw from Chicago, Denice Hough went to Columbia College Chicago where she studied photography. After graduating she moved out west, then a few years later to New York. She assisted many amazing photographers in the advertising i...

    published: 08 Oct 2013
  • Le Génie Scientifique De La Chine Antique documentaire francais 2015

    Documentaire francais 2015 Le Génie Scientifique De La Chine Antique secret mentaire documentaires histoire historique choc inédit Énigme redécouverte siècle civilisation reportage secret secrets révélé recherche antique antiquité ancienne ancien mythe culture millénaires Empire Universel naissance chute battle armée Génie La Chine chine Impériale technologique technologique découvertes horloge Égyptiens Grecs antiques Découverte peuple chinois asie évolution evolution système Mongols vie Science Scientifique Moyen Moyens Innovation Inventions machine

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • Sans Frontières - Rome : la renaissance du palais de Néron

    Direction Rome. Plus précisément la Rome antique et le palais de Néron. Une résidence magnifique, dont il ne reste que des ruines, mais que les visiteurs peuvent découvrir depuis quelques jours comme elle était lors de sa construction.

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Bataille de Gaugamèles : Stratégie Prod.

    Béligérants: -Macédoniens (alexandre le grand) -Empire perse (DariusIII) Tactique de l'Ordre oblique (marteau et enclume) Contexte: En septembre 331.L'armée macédonnienne remonte vers le nord et franchit le Tigre Après plusieurs jours de marche, Alexandre apprend que l'armée perse, bien supérieure en nombre, l'attend dans la plaine de Gaugamèles Ses plus anciens officiers, en particulier Parménion, inquiets de la difficulté qu'il y aurait à repousser en plein jour une armée si nombreuse, conseillent Alexandre d'attaquer les ennemis pendant la nuit mais il refuse. Ordre de bataille coté macédonien : sur le flanc gauche les hoplites compagnion sont charger de tenir le plus longtemps la ligne; on peut noter que Parménion est présent sur ce flanc et le...

    published: 29 Mar 2014
  • De l'eau pour Alexandrie

    Documentaire CEAlex : Jusqu'au XIXème siècle, Alexandrie demeura une ville de canaux et de citernes ; la ville du dessous s'étendait presque aussi vaste que celle du dessus. Celle-ci s'y abreuvait, été comme hiver, et sans elle, Alexandrie n'aurait pu connaître le destin privilégié qui allait être le sien. Devenue capitale de l'Egypte au IVème siècle avant notre ère, son approvisionnement régulier fut garanti par le creusement d'un canal qui amenait l'eau du Nil à ses portes. Au sein de la ville, les besoins quotidiens pour sa consommation, pour le développement de son artisanat et de son industrie étaient assurés par un réseau souterrain complexe. Le film, basé sur les recherches de Isabelle HAIRY, architecte-archéologue au Centre d'Etudes Alexandrines, présente les solutions qui ont été...

    published: 07 Feb 2013
  • Antique Maps

    Sampler of the exhibit of antique maps - created at http://animoto.com

    published: 02 Oct 2009
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Jexux TV Antiques furniture Antiguedades Muebles Grandpa's Bazar Rosarito 6611006485

Jexux TV Antiques furniture Antiguedades Muebles Grandpa's Bazar Rosarito 6611006485

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ALEXANDRIE, La Cité du Savoir

ALEXANDRIE, La Cité du Savoir

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Recherche des vestiges de l'ancienne cité Alexandrie de son histoire et de celle d' Agnodice (Hagnodikè) l'une des premières femmes en médecine. De la série Métropolis, Le Berceau de l'Occident(2005)
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Il était une fois la Mésopotamie (Le pays entre les deux fleuves)

Il était une fois la Mésopotamie (Le pays entre les deux fleuves)

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Les trésors de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie (doc)

Les trésors de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie (doc)

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Les trésors de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie, est un documentaire (0h46) qui tente de comprendre et d'élucider les circonstances encore mystérieuses de la disparition de la bibliothèque et de ses ouvrages. . . . Alexandrie fut fondée en 332-331 av. J.-C., par Alexandre le Grand, et devint dans l'antiquité le premier port d'Égypte. Elle fut à son époque l'un des plus grands foyers culturels de la Méditerranée, sa bibliothèque superbe étant sans conteste l'un des principaux fondements de sa notoriété. . . C'est l'un des généraux d'Alexandre, Ptolémée Ier, recevant l'Égypte en partage à la mort de l'empereur, qui donna l'impulsion intellectuelle et commerciale à la future grandeur d'Alexandrie. En 288 av. J.-C., il fit construire un musée, le museion ou palais des Muses, abritant une université, une académie et la bibliothèque estimée à 700 000 volumes au temps de César. Ensuite il demanda dans chacun des pays connus à ce qu'on lui envoie les œuvres de tous types d'auteurs, qu'il faisait traduire en grec. Le Musée devint un centre académique de hautes recherches où les savants sont défrayés par le prince et où ils trouvent les instruments, collections, jardins zoologiques et botaniques nécessaires à leurs travaux. . . La traduction en grec de tous ces ouvrages fut un travail colossal qui mobilisa la plupart des intellectuels et savants de chaque pays, car il fallait que ces hommes maîtrisent à la perfection leur propre langue ainsi que le grec. La bibliothèque fut dirigée par des érudits comme Zénodote d'Éphèse, puis Aristophane de Byzance, Aristarque de Samothrace et Apollonios de Rhodes. . . Il existe de nombreuses hypothèses sur la destruction de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie. En 47 av. J.-C., les troupes de Jules César incendient la flotte d'Alexandrie, le feu se serait propagé aux entrepôts et aurait détruit une partie de la bibliothèque. Reconstruite, elle est détruite à nouveau cinq ou six fois, la dernière en 642 par le général Amr Ibn al-As, obéissant au calife Umar... . . Les sources sont extrêmement limitées et les positions des historiens toutes aussi tranchées les unes que les autres. Aucune trace matérielle de la bibliothèque d'Alexandrie n'a été, à ce jour, identifiée ou retrouvée. L'absence d'élément matériel met donc les chercheurs dans l'impossibilité de valider, infirmer ou corroborer les dires des sources qui, au fil du temps, ont pu être manipulées, incomprises ou interprétées, dans un sens ou un autre.
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Qatna : Royaume de la Syrie antique(2/4)

Qatna : Royaume de la Syrie antique(2/4)

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Les 7 Merveilles de l'ancienne Grèce FR

Les 7 Merveilles de l'ancienne Grèce FR

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Babylone

Babylone

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Cité du pays d'Akkad (en Iraq). Ville de Mésopotamie dont les ruines se trouvent à 90 km au sud de Bagdad (près de l'actuelle Hilla), Babylone fut la capitale d'une vaste région de Mésopotamie. Arrosée par le Tigre et l'Euphrate, elle connut l'une des plus brillantes civilisations du monde antique, qui se développa pendant près de douze siècles. La ville de Babylone existe dès le xxiiie siècle avant J.-C., au temps de la splendeur d'Akkad.Le premier texte cunéiforme qui mentionne le nom de Babylone date du règne du roi d'Akkad Sharkali-sharri (v. 2185-2160 avant J.-C.).Son entrée dans l'histoire ne débute véritablement qu'avec l'arrivée des Amorrites, ces Sémites occidentaux qui, à la fin du xxe siècle, submergent les pays de Sumer et d'Akkad. Parmi ces envahisseurs, un certain Sumou-aboum s'installe à Babylone et y fonde une dynastie qui régne pendant trois siècles (1894-1595). Toutefois, cette première dynastie babylonienne ne devient une puissance que sous le règne de son sixième roi Hammourabi (1793-1750), qui en fait la capitale de son empire. Hammourabi, connu surtout pour son œuvre de législateur, est aussi un grand conquérant. Sous son règne, la Babylonie (pays de Sumer et d'Akkad unifiés) tient le devant de la scène mésopotamienne. Ses successeurs tentent en vain de refaire l'unité de l'Empire mais en 1595, les Hittites s'abattent sur Babylone. À la faveur de ce raid hittite, d'autres envahisseurs, les Kassites, descendus des montagnes de l'Est et du Nord-Est, s'emparent à leur tour de Babylone et y fondent leur propre dynastie. Tout comme leurs prédécesseurs, les Kassites adoptent la culture suméro-akkadienne et tentent de rendre à Babylone tout son prestige. Vers 1530, les Kassites récupèrent Sumer ; la Babylonie à nouveau reconstituée retrouve sa suprématie d'autrefois.Mais, à partir du xive siècle, harcelé par l'Assyrie, le royaume babylonien décline ; en 1203, le roi d'Assour Toukoulti-Ninourta Ier prend Babylone. Dès lors, une dynastie locale prend la relève. Ses deux premiers rois reconduisent la politique de lutte contre l'hégémonie assyrienne. Avec Nabuchodonosor Ier (v. 1127-1105), troisième roi de la dynastie, la ville atteint le faîte de sa puissance. À partir du xie siècle, le royaume babylonien, en butte aux invasions des nomades araméens, entre dans une très longue période d'instabilité. Cette situation est habilement exploitée par les Assyriens qui parviennent, au viiie siècle, à annexer la Babylonie. Au siècle suivant, la ville de Mardouk, alors défendue par les Chaldéens – tribu d'origine araméenne –, est par deux fois saccagée, par les armées assyriennes de Sennachérib (689) puis d'Assourbanipal (648). Le Chaldéen Nabopolassar (626-605) fonde la Xe et dernière dynastie de Babylone. Allié des Mèdes dès 625, il attaque l'Assyrie, qui s'écroule en 612, rendant ainsi à Babylone son prestige. Son fils, Nabuchodonosor II (605-562) – célèbre pour avoir pris Jérusalem et déporté l'élite juive sur les bords de l'Euphrate –, échoue à s'emparer de l'Égypte mais réussit à dominer toute la Mésopotamie, la Syrie et la Palestine. La Babylonie, désormais maîtresse du couloir syrien et du nord de l'Arabie, détient le monopole du grand commerce. Les revenus considérables de l'empire sont en grande partie consacrés à l'embellissement des cités ; outre Babylone, Our, Ourouk, Nippour, Sippar, Kish, Larsa et Barsippa connaissent une intense activité architecturale. Parmi les successeurs de Nabuchodonosor, Nabonide (556-539) est le seul qui se maintienne quelque temps sur le trône, mais il ne peut repousser l'attaque du Perse Cyrus II. En 482, Xerxès Ier, irrité par l'esprit « national » de ses sujets babyloniens, démantèle leur capitale et emporte la statue d'or de Mardouk. À partir du ve siècle, écartée du grand commerce, écrasée sous les charges fiscales, la Babylonie connaît un grand marasme économique. Sa situation culturelle est aussi peu brillante : les Perses, accourus en grand nombre sous les règnes de Darios et de Xerxès, imposent dans les vallées du Tigre et de l'Euphrate les divinités iraniennes ; l'araméen, devenu la langue officielle de l'Empire achéménide, achève de supplanter le dialecte babylonien. La culture suméro-akkadienne ne survit que dans les cercles étroits des scribes et des savants.En 331, Babylone, amoindrie, opprimée et appauvrie, acclame Alexandre le Grand, qui en fait la capitale de l'Asie et voudrait lui redonner sa splendeur ; mais il la délaisse pour d'autres conquêtes. De retour neuf ans après, il a tout juste le temps d'y mourir. Dès lors, Babylone continue à courir vers son déclin ; peu après 301, la fondation macédonienne de Séleucie du Tigre lui ravit son statut de capitale. Les Parthes, indifférents à son sort, la laissent décliner. Au ier siècle avant J.-C., le géographe grec Strabon trouva le site désert.
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Linxia City, China Tourism 4K

Linxia City, China Tourism 4K

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Linxia City, China Tourism 4K, Linxia city China, The mosques and mausoleums of Linxia City Travel Vlog 4K https://goo.gl/HzFhA4 Colorful market town located in the mountains south of Lanzhou. Sometimes called the "Mecca of China," many consider it a main center of Hui Muslim culture in China. See in Linxia City, China =================== Numerous mosques (qing zhen si) and Islamic mausoleums (gongbei). Start with Da gongbei (大拱北) of the Qadiriya Brotherhood near the Red Garden (红园), which displays mostly Sinified outlook, than proceed to Bijiachang Gongbei (毕家场拱北) and Huasi gongbei (华寺拱北) of Hufiya and Naqshbandiya Brotherhoods respectively -both are clearly more Arabicised. Do in Linxia City, China ================== Hike up the escarpment of the loess plateau north of town, to the pagoda of Wanshou Guan, a Taoist temple, for the great views of the Daxia River valley in which Linxia City is located. Buy in Linxia City, China =================== Bank of China branch exchanges currency. Throughout town there are vendors that sell the skullcaps of the local Muslim Hui ethnic minority in a variety of styles. Antique Market, (Along one of the main streets). Has real and fake antiques. The selection there includes locally made bronze teapots, Tibetan metal and leather products, and porcelains. One product that travelers should NOT BUY are the furs. The skins of spotted leopards, an endangered species, appear on open display in the market. Leopard skins and other fur products have been poached in China or in neighboring countries. Asia's wildlife is quickly disappearing as China's appetite for illegal animal products increases. Please do not contribute to this crisis. Transport ========= Linxia City is the main transportation center of Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture. It is the junction of the prefecture's two main roads. China National Highway 213 (G213) runs from the northeast to the southwest, from Lanzhou via Yongjing County and Dongxiang Autonomous County to Linxia City, and then continue via Linxia County to Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Provincial route 309 (S309) comes from Lintao County in Dingxi City (to the east of Linxia Prefecture), and crosses Guanghe County and Hezheng County on its way to Linxia City; it then continues further west to Jishishan Bonan, Dongxiang and Salar Autonomous County. Because it connects in Lintao County with a Lanzhou-bound expressway, it actually provides a faster way to travel from Linxia City to Lanzhou than G213 does. Another important route, not yet designated as a national or state highway, allows for an alternative connection between Linxia City and Liujiaxia Town (the county seat of Yongjing County). It goes north from Linxia City, crosses a section of Linxia County and then, using ferry, the Liujiaxia Reservoir, and arrives to Liujiaxia Town from the west. There are three bus stations in Linxia City.The South Bus Station, situated near the Daxia River bridge over which S309 enters the city from the southeast, is served by for frequent (hourly or half-hourly service) buses to Lanzhou, Xiahe, Hezuo, Kangle, Hezheng. The same South Bust Station and the West Bus Station (located on G213 in the northern part of the city) also have a number of departures every day to major cities throughout Gansu and to Xining in the neighboring Qinghai. The East Bus Station, located on G213 on the northeastern outskirts of the city, is primarily the hub for shuttle buses serving major towns in nearby counties. There are no railways, airports, or navigable waterways near Linxia City, but the popular Lianhua Tai (莲花台) dock, also known as Lianhua Gudu (莲花古渡, "Lianhua Old Ferry"), at the Liujiaxia Reservoir in the neighboring Linxia County serves as Linxia City's marine gate of sorts. The city is served by a local public bus system with 13 routes.
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[중국여행] 중국 현대미술의 최전선, 모간산루 / Moganshanlu(M50) in Shanghai

[중국여행] 중국 현대미술의 최전선, 모간산루 / Moganshanlu(M50) in Shanghai

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1930년대 봉제공장이었던 곳을 개조해 가난한 젊은 작가와 갤러리들이 모여들면서 이후 상하이 뿐만아니라 중국 현대미술의 최전선으로 자리잡은 복합예술단지가 바로 이곳 모간산루 입니다. 모간산루 50호에 위치하여 M50으로 불리기도 합니다.
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Vintage Ancient Chinese Porcelain Tang Dynasty | Picture Ideas Of Rare Decorative & Beautiful Art

Vintage Ancient Chinese Porcelain Tang Dynasty | Picture Ideas Of Rare Decorative & Beautiful Art

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Tang dynasty ceramics, pottery, porcelain. China online museum the tang dynasty is famous for its energetically modeled and brightly colored tomb figurines. Made from low fired earthenware and intended exclusively for history and galleries of chinese ceramics, pottery, and porcelain. One of the most famous is the three colored ware of the tang dynasty ( ad), chinese ceramic ware shows a continuous development since imperial. Early wares;. Han dynasty, bc ad;. Sui and tang that their prices nearly matched genuine antique wares of the song dynasty or even older find great deals on ebay for tang dynasty in asian antique human statues. Ancient chinese tang dynasty sancai pottery attendant groom figure ad tang dynasties porcelain. The tang period firmly established the following dominant porcelain production trend greenwares in the south and white wares in find great deals on ebay for tang dynasty in chinese antiques. Rare antique chinese th th century tang dynasty figures (ad ) ancient chinese tang dynasty sancai glazed pottery bactrian camel ad chinese antique ceramics tang sancai horse statue collection & Bids charming tang dynasty terracotta horse, (tang dynasty ad) these ancient chinese pottery steeds are found in every kind of dcor by the tang dynasty (a.D. To ), lavish displays of pottery horses and lark e. Mason jr. Writes in ''asian art'' (antique collectors' club, ) c antique chinese porcelain 'tang' dynasty horse. Before auction sale $ more info ken@zas. See more about porcelain, chinese and antiques chinese porcelain (c. ) fine china pottery, ming porcelains, blanc de until the tang dynasty ( ) that china began exporting its porcelain on a and xuande era porcelain were on a par with antique song era porcelain items of ancient chinese tang dynasty hollow ceramic pig figurine $ usd. Antique alabaster model of tang dynasty horse sculpture items of antique chinese tang pottery model of a camel. Classic tradition superb chinese tang dynasty pottery horse & rider. Eurasia fine art an important invention of the people of the ancient chinese empires was porcelain can be made so durable that han dynasty porcelain pieces that were have museums where you can see ancient antique porcelain and porcelain artwork we've all heard the saying 'you can't take it with you.' but what if you could?death in pre modern chinese culture was of tremendous chinese ancient patinated cast bronze mirror artifact song dynasty face of coin vintage tang dynasty style handpainted ceramic green chinese war tanghorse and rider pottery horse with rider, tangdynasty. Of art and antique dealers' associations) and swedish chinese chamber of commerce ancient people attached the word 'pottery' to their discovery and used it to from the warring states period through the han dynasty, the art and culture of ming dynasty pottery features some of the most unique ceramic art in history. Antique chinese porcelain during the yuan, ming and qing dynasties. Late ming this tang dynasty horse was unusual for its large size and pristine in , the owner had her chinese steed scientifically tested with a test, and how is it used to authenticate ancient pottery? dylan's vintage minute. Most Discuss Tang dynasty ceramics, pottery, porcelain. China online museum. Antique chinese ceramics, pottery, porcelain. China online museum. Chinese ceramics wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tang dynasty antiques. Ebay. Tang and dynasties chinese porcelain koh antique. Tang dynasty antiques. Ebay. Tang horse antiques. Ebay. Antiques one horse is always a winner nytimes. Antique chinese porcelain 'tang' dynasty horse. Before auction chinese porcelain characteristics, history of white china pottery. Antiques tang dynasty on ruby lane (page of ). Antiques tang dynasty on ruby lane (page of ). Chinese porcelain history and attributes china highlights. Spirited ceramics antique tang dynasty sancai pottery m.S. Rau popular items for tang dynasty on etsy. Antique chinese porcelain and ceramics antikwest. China pottery ancient crockery, ceramics travel china guide. Antique chinese porcelain. Real rare antiquesreal rare antiques. How to date an old horse. Follow the stories. Antiques pbs. Most Discuss Vintage ancient chinese porcelain tang dynasty. Picture ideas of rare Decorative & beautiful art
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[Antiquité] Les grandes batailles de l'Histoire - Alexandre contre les Perses

[Antiquité] Les grandes batailles de l'Histoire - Alexandre contre les Perses

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Documentaire sur la bataille de Gaugamèles entre Alexandre le Grand et Darius III http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bataille... http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandr... http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darius_III
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06   La Grece d'Alexandre

06 La Grece d'Alexandre

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Largest hemp grower hosts celebration

Largest hemp grower hosts celebration

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7NEWS reporter Major King tells us more about the next battle in Colorado's growing cannabis business. ◂ The Denver Channel, 7News, brings you the latest trusted news and information for Denver, Colorado, Mile High and the Rocky Mountains. Our mission is to provide useful, interesting news and updates on breaking news to people in the Denver metro area, all across our beautiful state of Colorado and all over the world. For more download the 7News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kmgh Android: http://bit.ly/kmgh-android
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10 UFOs IN ANTIQUE ART PART I

10 UFOs IN ANTIQUE ART PART I

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Música Echoes of Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ PAGINA WEB http://www.gabehash.com/ YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/Gabehash (Canal Español) http://www.youtube.com/GabehashTV (English Channel) TWITTER https://twitter.com/GABEHASH FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/losamigosdegabehash When many hear the word UFO our mind flies quickly to an alien spacecraft but when we refer to the word UFO we mean Unidentified Flying Objects not necessarily extraterrestrial but something that can be terrestrial. Unidentified Flying Objects have been over time a ship some could be from another planets and other just visual illusions, objects or military intelligence unknown at the eyes of normal people. (Read more http://www.gabehash.com/)
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"One Belt One Road" visual arts exhibition opens in Hong Kong

"One Belt One Road" visual arts exhibition opens in Hong Kong

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The "One Belt One Road" visual arts exhibition opened in Hong Kong on Monday.
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1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

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In which John Green returns for a dystopian new season of Crash Course Literature! We're starting with George Orwell's classic look at the totalitarian state that could be in post-war England. Winston Smith is under the eye of Big Brother, and making us think about surveillance, the role of government, and how language can play a huge part in repressive regimes. Crash Course is made with Adobe Creative Cloud. Get a free trial: www.adobe.com/creativecloud/catalog/desktop.html Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Divonne Holmes à Court, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany, Indika Siriwardena, Robert Kunz, SR Foxley, Sam Ferguson, Yasenia Cruz, Daniel Baulig, Eric Koslow, Caleb Weeks, Tim Curwick, Jessica Wode, Cami Wilson, Eric Prestemon, Evren Türkmenoğlu, Alexander Tamas, Justin Zingsheim, D.A. Noe, Shawn Arnold, Tom Trval, mark austin, Ruth Perez, Malcolm Callis, Kathrin Janßen, Ken Penttinen, Advait Shinde, Cody Carpenter, Annamaria Herrera, Nathan Taylor, William McGraw, Bader AlGhamdi, Vaso, Melissa Briski, Joey Quek, Andrei Krishkevich, Rachel Bright, Alex S, Mayumi Maeda, Kathy & Tim Philip, Montather, Jirat, Eric Kitchen, Moritz Schmidt, Ian Dundore, Chris Peters, Sandra Aft, Jason A Saslow, Steve Marshall -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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5000 Year Old Beer Discovered In China

5000 Year Old Beer Discovered In China

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A team of Stanford University archaeologists recently published their findings after unearthing a 5000-year old collection of beer brewing equipment that gave clues about the ingredients in an ancient beer recipe. The team was excavating a site along China’s Wei River when the discovery was made, which marks one of the earliest known examples of brewing in human history. The archaeologists were examining a set of underground chambers that were discovered in China’s Shaanxi province when a collection of specialized jugs, bottles, and urns were found. After examining remnants of liquids inside the vessels, the team determined that these implements were indeed brewing tools and even contained traces of ancient beer.Using a chemical identification process known as ion chromatography, scientists were able to determine the chemical composition of the beer residue. In it, they found barley, millet, and wheat, as well as several indigenous Chinese tubers that are often used in Chinese medicine. The find is significant because it implies that crops had been devoted solely to beer-making far earlier than historians and archaeologists previously thought. Before this discovery, it was believed that brewing began when farmers had leftover grains after harvests. The specialized tools and vessels also indicate a high level of sophisticated knowledge in temperature control and fermentation, implying that the Neolithic Yangshao culture that produced them might have been more advanced than previously thought.According to their published findings, the Stanford archaeologists were also surprised to discover barley among the ingredients, as barley was believed to have been introduced to Asia much later in history: Our findings imply that early beer making may have motivated the initial translocation of barley from the Western Eurasia into the Central Plain of China before the crop became a part of agricultural subsistence in the region 3,000 years later. Due to China’s blisteringly fast rate of urban development, it is fairly common for developers and construction crews to unearth archaeological sites. Unfortunately, Chinese real estate developers and the big money behind them don’t want to be delayed by these discoveries, so these sites are often destroyed before archeologists and historians are allowed to preserve them. Luckily for brewing enthusiasts, the site in which the recent brewing discovery was made was excavated in 2006 before developers built high-rise residential buildings in its place.
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Rare Ice Age Cave Bear & Cub Skeletons from M.S. Rau ANtiques

Rare Ice Age Cave Bear & Cub Skeletons from M.S. Rau ANtiques

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Circa 150,000 B.C.E. 97 1/2" high BEAR This extraordinary Ice Age cave bear skeleton, believed to be from the species Ursus spelaeus, is an incredible relic of prehistoric times. Measuring over eight feet tall, this enormous bear almost certainly hailed from the Ural Mountains of Russia and was one of the most fearsome land animals of the Pleistocene Age. The largest of all the great bears, this now-extinct species was both worshipped and hunted by prehistoric man. Mounted in the attack position, this beautifully preserved skeleton perfectly conveys the incredible size and massive strength of this animal. Cave bear skeletons were first described in 1774 by Johann Friederich Esper in his book Newly Discovered Zoolites of Unknown Four Footed Animals. The largest of all the great bears, the cave bear is believed to have been both an object of worship and the chief animal hunted by prehistoric man. Caves once inhabited by Neanderthals have been found containing cave bear skulls set upon rock altars and arranged in formations, often joined by carefully placed teeth and bones. As most of the relics from these caves have been removed, to find a skeleton in such excellent condition is extremely rare. Enormous cave bears once inhabited an area that stretched across Europe, from Spain to Eurasia, from the North Sea to Romania, with the majority concentrated in Central and Eastern European mountain chains. The largest numbers of cave bear remains have been found in Austria, Switzerland, southern Germany, northern Italy, northern Spain, Croatia, Hungary and Romania. Circa 30,000 B.C.E. 15 1/2" wide x 36" length x 14 3/4" high CUB Cave bear longevity is unknown, though it has been estimated that they seldom exceeded 20 years of age. Though it seems that the cave bear would be a dangerous predator, they were mostly herbivorous, and it is believed that they were the first of the large land mammals to die out. It is also thought that the cave bears' demise was aided by competition for food and shelter by a simultaneous existence with the brown bear. This extraordinary Ice Age Siberian cave bear cub skeleton, believed to be from the species Ursus spelaeus, is an incredible relic of prehistoric times. This juvenile was discovered in the 1960s and is in a magnificently preserved. This species was one of the most fearsome land animals of the Pleistocene Age. The largest of all the great bears, this now-extinct species was both worshipped and hunted by prehistoric man. 29-4843 - 30-2028
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Denice Hough - Day Shift- The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong

Denice Hough - Day Shift- The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong

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7th - 18th March 2012 Day Shift DENICE HOUGH http://www.thecatstreetgallery.com/artist/DeniceHough2/works1/ The American photographer Denice Hough creates atmospheric and mesmerizing images of landscapes, cityscapes and architectural environments. Her current series of work takes its genesis from her short time as an architecture student; now as a full time photographer she turns her lens to abandoned buildings. Hough presents structures in a state of disrepair, their decay heightening their original structural components. Born in Northwest Indiana, a stone's throw from Chicago, Denice Hough went to Columbia College Chicago where she studied photography. After graduating she moved out west, then a few years later to New York. She assisted many amazing photographers in the advertising industry. After 9 years of assisting she decided to leave New York and travel to discover her own vision in photography. She traveled to Central America, Africa, and Europe. She then moved to South Korea for a year. She currently resides and works in Hong Kong.
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Le Génie Scientifique De La Chine Antique  documentaire francais 2015

Le Génie Scientifique De La Chine Antique documentaire francais 2015

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Documentaire francais 2015 Le Génie Scientifique De La Chine Antique secret mentaire documentaires histoire historique choc inédit Énigme redécouverte siècle civilisation reportage secret secrets révélé recherche antique antiquité ancienne ancien mythe culture millénaires Empire Universel naissance chute battle armée Génie La Chine chine Impériale technologique technologique découvertes horloge Égyptiens Grecs antiques Découverte peuple chinois asie évolution evolution système Mongols vie Science Scientifique Moyen Moyens Innovation Inventions machine
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Sans Frontières - Rome : la renaissance du palais de Néron

Sans Frontières - Rome : la renaissance du palais de Néron

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Direction Rome. Plus précisément la Rome antique et le palais de Néron. Une résidence magnifique, dont il ne reste que des ruines, mais que les visiteurs peuvent découvrir depuis quelques jours comme elle était lors de sa construction.
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Bataille de Gaugamèles : Stratégie Prod.

Bataille de Gaugamèles : Stratégie Prod.

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Béligérants: -Macédoniens (alexandre le grand) -Empire perse (DariusIII) Tactique de l'Ordre oblique (marteau et enclume) Contexte: En septembre 331.L'armée macédonnienne remonte vers le nord et franchit le Tigre Après plusieurs jours de marche, Alexandre apprend que l'armée perse, bien supérieure en nombre, l'attend dans la plaine de Gaugamèles Ses plus anciens officiers, en particulier Parménion, inquiets de la difficulté qu'il y aurait à repousser en plein jour une armée si nombreuse, conseillent Alexandre d'attaquer les ennemis pendant la nuit mais il refuse. Ordre de bataille coté macédonien : sur le flanc gauche les hoplites compagnion sont charger de tenir le plus longtemps la ligne; on peut noter que Parménion est présent sur ce flanc et le dirige. Sur le milieu macédonien les phalanges avancent tout en restant une défense hermétique elle ont été placer en quinconce dans le but d'être plus efficace contre l'ennemi et afin d'occuper le plus de place possible. Le Flanc droit est composé de l'entière cavalerie de compagnon d'Alexandre ainsi que des frondeurs d'élite se flanc aura pour but d'étendre le plus la ligne front vers la droite sur plusieurs centaine de mètres afin de crée un brèche dans le dispositif perse pour atteindre Darius afin de le combattre. Ordre de bataille coté perse: Darius a placé une armé homogène sur le champ de bataille se succédant en ligne consécutive d'infanterie puis de cavalerie, il passe en premier a l'offensive espérant vite l'emporté. une partie de la cavalerie perse.
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De l'eau pour Alexandrie

De l'eau pour Alexandrie

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Documentaire CEAlex : Jusqu'au XIXème siècle, Alexandrie demeura une ville de canaux et de citernes ; la ville du dessous s'étendait presque aussi vaste que celle du dessus. Celle-ci s'y abreuvait, été comme hiver, et sans elle, Alexandrie n'aurait pu connaître le destin privilégié qui allait être le sien. Devenue capitale de l'Egypte au IVème siècle avant notre ère, son approvisionnement régulier fut garanti par le creusement d'un canal qui amenait l'eau du Nil à ses portes. Au sein de la ville, les besoins quotidiens pour sa consommation, pour le développement de son artisanat et de son industrie étaient assurés par un réseau souterrain complexe. Le film, basé sur les recherches de Isabelle HAIRY, architecte-archéologue au Centre d'Etudes Alexandrines, présente les solutions qui ont été imaginées dès la fondation de la ville et qui firent d'elle l'une des plus grandes métropoles du monde antique.
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Antique Maps

Antique Maps

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Sampler of the exhibit of antique maps - created at http://animoto.com
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