Post 28: September 16th, 2016

It was a rather slow day today, on account of there being a birthday, and relatives visiting. So I only got one thing done.



On to art history! I looked at a small sculpture that looked like a hippopotamus, and had a bunch of cool art painted on the surface. It’s legs were also intentionally damaged, as it was believed that sculptures could come to life. If it’s legs were injured, it could cause less destruction.

Another cool thing was the tomb of Nebamun, an Egyptian artist that was very well respected and had a ton of art in his tomb. His art featured mostly day to day life, with well detailed animals.

Author: Carl Hall

Brick and mortar school, cyber school, and now home school

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