Majesty

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  • Short Story : ' El I '

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    the note. “It seems to me, young Eliza, that you have been entitled to pick up the parcel for Her Majesty.” He told me as he reread the note a third time. I give a slight nod as if to say ‘Yes sir’. He wonders back into a room that is clearly marked ‘Authorised Personal only’, meaning I can’t follow him. He returns with two packages, both small in size. “Now, young Eliza, this parcel is for Her Majesty and the other one is for you. If I were you, I would hide you parcel before you enter her room.”

  • My Life - Original Writing

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    “Hello, my great majesties.” “Hello Simba, what do you have for us today?” “Well if it was alright with pharoah ,I would appreciate it if I was allowed to speak with the queen?” “Yes, as you may.” “Thank you sire.” *Pharaoh leaves with servants and his scribe trailing behind him, so that he may give space for his beloved queen and the royal messenger.* Your majesty, I don’t know how I can say this but… this might be hard to understand… his majesty doesn’t love

  • The Lady or the Tiger: the Ending Essay

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    however, the crowd's cheering began to gradually die down. Surprised, the lovers and friend turned to see the king coming into the stadium. With all due respect, the three gently bowed at the king, but before any of them could utter a word, his majesty spoke, "My

  • Narrative Essay - Original Writing

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    “Hello, my great majesties.” “Hello Simba, what do you have for us today?” “Well if it was alright with pharaoh ,I would appreciate it if I was allowed to speak with the queen?” “Yes, as you may.” “Thank you sire.” *Pharaoh leaves with servants and his scribe trailing behind him, so that he may give space for his beloved queen and the royal messenger.* Your majesty, I don’t know how I can say this but… this might be hard to understand… his majesty doesn’t love you. He despises

  • Analysis Of The Book ' Bahadur Singh '

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    Everyone turned towards the door through which Bahadur Singh had entered the Darbar. “Well, Shyam,” he said authoritatively, “What is going on?” “We caught this eunuch here in the garden. When he saw us he tried to run away and fought like a man.” “What were you doing in the garden?” he asked the soldiers harshly. “Her Highness, the Rani Sahiba ordered us to search for anyone who appeared suspicious,” Shyam explained. “She ordered us to arrest him and bring him to her.” Chandni knew the Rani had

  • Christ in Majesty Essay

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    Christ in Majesty Christ in Majesty is a Romanesque fresco secco from the 12th century that was transferred to plaster and wood. It was originally located in the apse of the Church of Santa Maria de Mur in Catalonia, Spain but now is located in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as a gift from the Maria Antoinette Evans Fund. The fresco is a transition from Roman and Byzantine Art to Gothic Art. The artist of Christ in Majesty utilizes his art to educate people in the doctrines of the Christian

  • The Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists Essay

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    being over eight hundred years, the Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists remained in remarkable condition. However, pieces of the original piece, which originated in the Catalan chapel in Spain, have faded. Portions, especially along the bottom, have disappeared over time. Even though historians moved it to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, it has not been fully restored. The artist identified each of the apostles in the Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists, but the

  • Divinity through Decoration: Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists

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    The increase of wealth during the twelfth century allowed artists to showcase their talents in churches. The apse titled Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists in the church of Santa Maria de Mur displays the representation of divinity through its subject matter, technique, and style. In the apse, the main subjects revolve around scenes from the Old and New Testament with Christ as the focal point. For technique, the artist employed fresco painting instead of mosaics to show the images

  • Art Of Evoking Nature 's Majesty Within A Tight Space

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    A Japanese garden embodies the art of evoking nature’s majesty within a tight space. Throughout 5th to 8th century Japanese gardens sprung up for ritual purposes. From the late 8th to the 12th century the Japanese gardens started to become more of aesthetic and social piece. These Japanese gardens hold many styles and elements. What make a Japanese garden so special are the natural materials, evoking the beauty of nature on a smaller scale. They’re three types of Japanese gardens the most common

  • History Of Tuberculosis As An Infectious Disease

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    enough idea and were not familiar with the outcome of the disease. Prince Mahidol Adulyadej was the first person to introduced “tuberculosis” to his people, later on the youngest son of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej and the Princess Sri Nagarindra, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the King of Thailand, continued to do all the things that his father has started and all the projects are still progressing year by year. Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, Prince of Songkla, the province in the southern part of Thailand

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