1) Temple tower - ziggurat.
2) The word “Mesopotamia” is formed from the ancient words “meso,” meaning between or in the middle of, and “potamos,” meaning river. Situated in the fertile valleys between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, the region is now home to modern-day Iraq, Kuwait, Turkey and Syria.
Uruk was the first of these cities, dating back to around 3200 B.C. It was a mud brick metropolis built on the riches brought from trade and conquest and featured public art, gigantic columns and temples. At its peak, it had a population of some 50,000 citizens.
4)Mud brick was the primary building material in ancient Mesopotamia. Southern Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) was rich in the key component for making mud bricks — good-quality clay. People used it to build homes, city walls, and even palaces
5)Mesopotamia once occupied what is now modern Iraq, southeastern Syria and northeastern Turkey and played a major role in the development of human civilization — the 60 second minute, writing and other inventions from this ancient civilization are still shaping our lives thousands of years.
Featuring over 170 artifacts from the world famous Middle East collection of The British Museum, this exhibition will look at three of the great centers of Mesopotamia — Sumner, Assyria and Babylon — and the palaces, tombs, myths and legends of this culture.
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A sun set scene is a delightful scene. The mellow sun going down over the western horizon looks like a golden disc. Trees and plants, crops and creepers– everything is lit up with a golden glow .the floating of fleecy clouds looks like a stretch of fire. The landscape presents a piece of enchanting beauty. As the sun reflects through the rivers, canals and ponds they seem to enshrine in their bosoms a golden ball with outstretched luster of liquid fire. All this constitutes a sight to see. Then gradually the sun sinks below across the hazy trees at the distant horizon. The night falls with appall of darkness. The majestic sun sets for the night and leaves the world under the reign of darkness to rule the roost.Sunset is the time when the sun goes down and night begins. During the sunset, nature assumes fresh, bright, and charming. The sun seems to be a disc of gold. At the time of sunset, one can enjoy the serenity of a sunset. Then nature seems in a hurry. People finish their work and return home. Birds return to their nests. The cowboys become busy with returning home with cattle. When the sun sets, nature looks very beautiful. Then the nature starts getting dark. The slight darkness of the sunset creates a feeling of joy and tranquility in us. The beauty of the sunset helps a poet to generate any ideas and compose poems.
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Olympian Greek Goddesses
Aphrodite. Aphrodite was the goddess of fertility, love, and beauty. ...
Artemis. Artemis was daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo. ...
Athena. Athena was the Goddess of War, the female counterpart of Ares. ...
Demeter. Demeter was the daughter of Cronos and Rhea. ...
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1) Another word for temple towers is ziggurat.
2) The word “mesopotamia” is formed from the ancient words “meso,” meaning between or in the middle of, and “potamos,” meaning river.
3) Around 2334 BCE, Sargon of Akkad came to power and established what might have been the world's first dynastic empire. The Akkadian Empire ruled over both the Akkadian and Sumerian speakers in Mesopotamia and the Levant—modern day Syria and Lebanon.
4) Mud brick was the primary building material in ancient Mesopotamia
5) According to ancient Greek poets, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were built near the Euphrates River in modern-day Iraq by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II around 600 B.C
Gnana Saraswati Temple (Telugu: శ్రీ జ్ఞాన సరస్వతి దేవస్థానము) is a Hindu temple of Goddess Saraswati located on the banks of Godavari River at Basar, Telangana, India. It is one of the two famous Saraswati temples in India, the other being in Jammu & Kashmir. Saraswati is the Hindu Goddess of knowledge and learning. Children are brought to the temple for the learning ceremony called as Akshara abyasam.
Basar is a census town in the nirmal district in the state of Telangana. It is about 30 km (19 mi) from Bhainsa,15.5 km (10 mi) from Dharmabad, 34.8 km (22 mi) from Nizamabad, 96.0 km (60 mi) from Nanded, 70 km (43 mi) from district headquarters Nirmal, and 205 km (127 mi) from Hyderabad
Samanta was a title and position used by the Indian nobility. The institution of Samanta finds mention for the first time in epigraphs of northern India dating to the 6th century. ... The Samanta in South-India was used to mean a vassal to an emperor