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"Timeless: National Geographic as Celebrated by Taschen Books" - Online bidding has begun at Christie's

Christie's Auction House in New York just launched its second online auction with National Geographic "Timeless: National Geographic as Celebrated by Taschen Books," featuring 125 fine art photography images from "National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years," TASCHEN’s new three volume tribute to National Geographic and its globally renowned photography. The online sale will be open for bidding from Nov. 19-Dec. 3 at www.christies.com/natgeo.

The Rise Of The Bantu Peoples In Africa | AfrikaIsWoke.com

The rise of the Bantu Peoples in Africa because of the effects of the Iron Age and Agriculture explained

Tourism and Travel Photography

The next day, the weeping, blood encrusted wounds are vigorously scrapped with a sharp piece of timber and packed with mud from the river until, finally, the skin begins to seal and harden to form a pattern in the image of the crocodile - the most powerful and revered creature in the Sepik River.........

What is good: Decorated Skin

I have taken a book out of the college library today, this is an incredible book and I love the pictures. It has been by far the most helpfu...

Topossa Man With Scarifications On His Body, Kangate, Omo Valley, Ethiopia

© Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

National Geographic Found

A man shows tribal scars on his back in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 1919. Photograph by E. Torday, National Geographic

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Find facts, photos, information and history, travel videos, flags, and maps of countries and cities of the world from National Geographic.

Kachipo young boy with scarifications and typical hairdress

The Kachipo are a medium sized tribal group in south-eastern South Sudan, living on the plateau east of Boma, towards the Ethiopian border, some live even in Ethiopia. They are related to both Surma and Mursi tribal groups, living in Ethiopia, with whom they share the practice of cutting the lower lip of adolescent girls in order to insert a lipplate. Unfortunately, the group I met, was heavily worked upon by missionaries, who have forbidden cutting the lip, wearing traditional clothes…

Nyangatom man with special scarification, which means he has killed a lot of enemies

The land of the Nyangatom is traditionally around Mount Naita, so they live just north of the disputed Ilemi triangle, currently held by Kenya in both South Sudan and Ethiopia. They are neighbours to the Toposa, who are their friends, but also to the Turkana, their enemies. The Nyangatom pictured here are from a southern group close to and in Ilemi, and even though the Turkana are their enemies, the influence of that people can be seen, especially in the necklaces they are wearing (yellow…

How Northern Nigeria's Violent History Explains Boko Haram

Long before this extremist group arose, other radicals terrorized the region, British former administrator says.

Miss Moea Lolebess, Topossa Woman Scarifications On The Belly To Indicate She Is Married, Omo Valley, Kangate, Ethiopia

Miss Moea Lolebess, Toposa Tribe, Kangate, Omo Valley, Ethiopia In my country when a man marries a woman, he offers a wedding ring. in Toposa tribe, the man offers a razor blade that will be used to make this impressive scarification pattern on the belly of the new wife. It is very clear for the other men that the woman is no more single... www.ericlafforgue.com

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Female figure at the labrum. Pompeii, Archaeological Park of Pompeii (Pompei, Parco Archeologico di Pompei)

Fresco of the Third style. 1st century. H. 41 cm, W. 37 cm.

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`Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi | Kitab suwar al-kawakib al-thabita (Book of the Images of the Fixed Stars) of al-Sufi | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Constellation of ScorpioThe tenth-century astronomer 'Abd al-Rahman al-Sufi (A.D. 903–986) is credited with the authorship of several important Arabic texts on the stars; he can be considered as the greatest scholar in this field from the Islamic lands

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Albino Braz | Outsider Art Museum

Albino Braz is afkomstig uit Italië, maar besluit zich te vestigen in Brazilië, waar hij op latere leeftijd de diagnose schizofrenie krijgt. In 1934 wordt...

Las Constelaciones — Visor — Biblioteca Digital Mundial

El astrónomo 'Abd al-Rahman ibn' Umar al-Sufi, conocido comúnmente como al-Sufi, nació en Persia (actual Irán) en 903 d.C. y murió en 986. Trabajó en Isfahán y en Bagdad, y es conocido por su traducción del griego al árabe de Almagest del antiguo astrónomo Ptolomeo. La obra más famosa de Al-Sufi es Kitab suwar al-kawakib (Libro de las constelaciones de las estrellas fijas), que publicó alrededor del 964. En este trabajo, al-Sufi describe las 48 constelaciones establecidas por Ptolomeo y…

Kitab souwar al-kawakib (folio 142 v°) ; tables des étoiles fixes, par Aboul-Hasan ʿAbd al-Rahman ibn ʿOmar al-Soufi.

Kitab souwar al-kawakib (folio 142 v°) ; tables des étoiles fixes, par Aboul-Hasan ʿAbd al-Rahman ibn ʿOmar al-Soufi. -- 1643-1644 -- manuscrits

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仏手 - 古美術 三坂堂 オンラインショップ

三坂堂のオンラインショップ。古都「奈良」にて日本の古美術を中心に独自の視点でセレクトした仏教美術、古陶磁器、古民芸をご紹介しております。

Kingdoms of Southern Arabia, British Museum, London - Travel To Eat

In 2004 the British Museum paired with the Bowers Museum in Southern California to present "Queen of Sheba: Legend and Reality; Treasures from the British

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"Timeless: National Geographic as Celebrated by Taschen Books" - Online bidding has begun at Christie's

Christie's Auction House in New York just launched its second online auction with National Geographic "Timeless: National Geographic as Celebrated by Taschen Books," featuring 125 fine art photography images from "National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years," TASCHEN’s new three volume tribute to National Geographic and its globally renowned photography. The online sale will be open for bidding from Nov. 19-Dec. 3 at www.christies.com/natgeo.

The Rise Of The Bantu Peoples In Africa | AfrikaIsWoke.com

The rise of the Bantu Peoples in Africa because of the effects of the Iron Age and Agriculture explained

Tourism and Travel Photography

The next day, the weeping, blood encrusted wounds are vigorously scrapped with a sharp piece of timber and packed with mud from the river until, finally, the skin begins to seal and harden to form a pattern in the image of the crocodile - the most powerful and revered creature in the Sepik River.........

What is good: Decorated Skin

I have taken a book out of the college library today, this is an incredible book and I love the pictures. It has been by far the most helpfu...

Topossa Man With Scarifications On His Body, Kangate, Omo Valley, Ethiopia

© Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com

National Geographic Found

A man shows tribal scars on his back in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 1919. Photograph by E. Torday, National Geographic

Travel

Find facts, photos, information and history, travel videos, flags, and maps of countries and cities of the world from National Geographic.

Kachipo young boy with scarifications and typical hairdress

The Kachipo are a medium sized tribal group in south-eastern South Sudan, living on the plateau east of Boma, towards the Ethiopian border, some live even in Ethiopia. They are related to both Surma and Mursi tribal groups, living in Ethiopia, with whom they share the practice of cutting the lower lip of adolescent girls in order to insert a lipplate. Unfortunately, the group I met, was heavily worked upon by missionaries, who have forbidden cutting the lip, wearing traditional clothes…

Nyangatom man with special scarification, which means he has killed a lot of enemies

The land of the Nyangatom is traditionally around Mount Naita, so they live just north of the disputed Ilemi triangle, currently held by Kenya in both South Sudan and Ethiopia. They are neighbours to the Toposa, who are their friends, but also to the Turkana, their enemies. The Nyangatom pictured here are from a southern group close to and in Ilemi, and even though the Turkana are their enemies, the influence of that people can be seen, especially in the necklaces they are wearing (yellow…

How Northern Nigeria's Violent History Explains Boko Haram

Long before this extremist group arose, other radicals terrorized the region, British former administrator says.

Miss Moea Lolebess, Topossa Woman Scarifications On The Belly To Indicate She Is Married, Omo Valley, Kangate, Ethiopia

Miss Moea Lolebess, Toposa Tribe, Kangate, Omo Valley, Ethiopia In my country when a man marries a woman, he offers a wedding ring. in Toposa tribe, the man offers a razor blade that will be used to make this impressive scarification pattern on the belly of the new wife. It is very clear for the other men that the woman is no more single... www.ericlafforgue.com