Probably everyone has heard about the seven wonders of the world. Unfortunately, at the moment there is only one miracle. There are objects very similar to the originals, but thanks to them we have an idea of how it looked or that wonder of the world. Below is interesting information about the wonders of the world that took place in the ancient world (especially in Ancient Rome and Greece).
The Pyramid Of Cheops
This is the only wonder of the world. which exists to this day. Despite the fact that we can see him now, we shall never know for certain what was the original appearance of the pyramid. There is information that the whole pyramid was covered with polished limestone tiles, making it shone under the hot Egyptian sun. Continue reading
About the pyramids will be discussed later. They play a bright role in the history of the development of imaging techniques.
And again the same circuit: assumptions and discoveries, riddles and discoveries. And the same questions: WHERE? WHEN? HOW?
WHERE? We know now several centers of civilization, where they were built remarkably similar according to the plan of the pyramid — a mysterious building is still giving us new discoveries: Egypt, Sudan, Mexico.
WHEN? Egypt — since 2800 years BC Sudan — 500 years BC Mexico — 100-500 years BC
HOW? The main question for us is how we created the idea of structures? Was there any, as we would say now, the “design documentation”? Who stood by the idea of the monument — “customer” Pharaoh, or his talented the architect, or the whole “design team”? A first outline for a future colossus? Most likely in the sand. Continue reading
At the beginning he let’s define the concept of Gothic. The word is derived from Italian. gotico — unusual, barbaric and at first was used as a profanity. The term “Gothic” was introduced in the era of the Renaissance as pejorative designation total medieval skills, regarded as “barbaric”. Gothic called period in the development of medieval art in Western, Central and Eastern part of Europe from the XII to XV-XVI century. For Gothic typical of symbolic – allegorical thinking and conventionality of the artistic language. Gothic art was a cult on purpose and religious topics. It appealed to higher forces of the divine, of eternity, of the Christian worldview.
Gothic in its development is divided into Early Gothic, the heyday of Late Gothic. Gothic covers almost all works of art of this period: sculpture, painting, portrait miniatures, stained glass, fresco and many others.
The Gothic was not an accident. Continue reading