Damnatio Memoriae, the erasing of one’s name, reputation, memory, for earthly eternity. In the case of Ancient Egypt, erasing one’s name was akin to black magic. 672 more words
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The most famous Egyptian pharaoh today is, without doubt, Tutankhamun. However, before the spectacular discovery of his almost intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings in November 1922, Tutankhamun was only a little known figure of the late 18th Dynasty. 332 more words
Last week I had a very strange dream. It was about Thor Ragnarok but I suspect it was more about the Norse pantheon.
From what I remember, it was a bit like a film where the men’s heads floated towards you saying things (about Thor I think) and then I saw “Thor” (a.k.a Chris Hemsworth) who I think was talking about the film, but the odd bit was a man who had long reddy brown hair and beard, dressed in green cloth and brown fur. 148 more words
The water was soft on his skin. He was used to bathing in the river at sunset, but there was something special about today. He looked across at the glittering image of the sun as its reflection folded on the water, bouncing the golden light across the gentle waves at him. 1,388 more words