Egyptian Metalworking

Egyptian Metalworking and Tools (Shire Egyptology)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by cinemax at Dec. 2, 2008
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Egyptian Metalworking and Tools (Shire Egyptology)
Shire Publications| ISBN: 0747800014 | 1999-03 | PDF | 68 pages | 3 Mb
Hill, Marsha, & Deborah Schorsch, "Gifts for the Gods: Images from Ancient Egyptian Temples"

Hill, Marsha, & Deborah Schorsch, "Gifts for the Gods: Images from Ancient Egyptian Temples"
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art | 2007 | ISBN: 1588392317/0300124082 | English | PDF | 256 pages | 33.69 Mb

Throughout their long history, the ancient Egyptians crafted luminous statues of bronze, copper, silver, and gold for use in interactions with their gods—from ritual dramas enacted in the inner sanctuaries of temples to festival processions and celebrations attended by the multitudes. This volume, which accompanies an exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, is the first to focus on the art and significance of Egyptian metal statuary. Marshaling fresh insights to present a new appreciation of this lustrous work, the authors trace continuities in the development of the statuary, illuminate how its production was integrated within artistic and social structures, and examine its potential role in ritual practice…

ZED - Bonaparte: The Egyptian Campaign (2016)  Video

Posted by notbanned at May 14, 2018
ZED - Bonaparte: The Egyptian Campaign (2016)

ZED - Bonaparte: The Egyptian Campaign (2016)
HDTV | 1920x1080 | .MP4/AVC @ 3303 Kbps | 1 h 5 min | 1.59 GiB
Audio: English AAC 160 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary

In the Spring of 1798, Napoleon set out with 38,000 men and 10,000 sailors to conquer Egypt. He also brought along 167 men of science and the arts to start a scientific mission to explore the land. It was the beginning of a scholarly encounter between the West and the Muslim world. “Docudrama”

Egyptian Myth: A Very Short Introduction  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at May 2, 2018
Egyptian Myth: A Very Short Introduction

Geraldine Pinch, "Egyptian Myth: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)"
ISBN: 0192803468 | 2004 | EPUB | 160 pages | 3 MB

International Metalworking News for China - 四月 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 12, 2018
International Metalworking News for China - 四月 2018

International Metalworking News for China - 四月 2018
Chinese | 116 pages | True PDF | 99.6 MB

International Metalworking News for China - 三月 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 6, 2018
International Metalworking News for China - 三月 2018

International Metalworking News for China - 三月 2018
Chinese | 86 pages | True PDF | 101.0 MB

International Metalworking News for China - 一月 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Jan. 29, 2018
International Metalworking News for China - 一月 2018

International Metalworking News for China - 一月 2018
Chinese | 54 pages | True PDF | 47.8 MB

International Metalworking News for China - 十二月 2017  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Dec. 5, 2017
International Metalworking News for China - 十二月 2017

International Metalworking News for China - 十二月 2017
Chinese | 62 pages | True PDF | 55.2 MB

Metalworking Fluids, Third Edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Oct. 22, 2017
Metalworking Fluids, Third Edition

Jerry P. Byers, "Metalworking Fluids, Third Edition"
English | ISBN: 1498722229 | 2017 | 531 pages | PDF | 38 MB

Salah Ragab And The Cairo Jazz Band - Egyptian Jazz (2008)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Oct. 10, 2017
Salah Ragab And The Cairo Jazz Band - Egyptian Jazz (2008)

Salah Ragab And The Cairo Jazz Band - Egyptian Jazz (2008)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 464.05 Mb | 76:36 | Scans included
World Fusion, Space-Age, Big Band | Label: Art Yard (ARTYARD CD006)

Drummer and multi-instrumentalist Salah Ragab was a central figure in the history of jazz in Egypt. A sometime collaborator with Sun Ra, Ragab founded the Cairo Jazz Band in 1968, the same year that he became the head of the Egyptian Military Music Department. The Cairo Jazz Band was Egypt's first big band, mixing American jazz with North African music, combining jazz instrumentation and musical style with indigenous melodies and instruments, like the nay (bamboo flute) and the baza (ramadan drum). Such musical cross-fertilization was not unusual in itself; American musicians from Sun Ra to Yusef Lateef had long been fascinated by the music of Islam and North Africa, incorporating both the instruments and musical forms of the Fertile Crescent into their work. But Salah Ragab’s music presents a topsy-turvied perspective, a view from the other side of the musical equation of West meets Middle East.