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Ramses II Defeating His Enemies - Abu Simbel Temple

Ramses II Defeating His Enemies - Abu Simbel Temple

As the legend says, the paladins were only people who could use magic and natural elements. When they were weak, and every kingdom put reward for each of their heads, they needed to build strong army to reunite and smash enemies. One of the great masters, Fabian used black magic to give revive an old body of warrior. He succeed. Partially. The new creature was strong and swift, but was very aggresive and loved gold, which it wanted to gain. Paladins tied beast and threw inside the Mausoleum…

As the legend says, the paladins were only people who could use magic and natural elements. When they were weak, and every kingdom put reward for each of their heads, they needed to build strong army to reunite and smash enemies. One of the great masters, Fabian used black magic to give revive an old body of warrior. He succeed. Partially. The new creature was strong and swift, but was very aggresive and loved gold, which it wanted to gain. Paladins tied beast and threw inside the Mausoleum…

[W]hen the enemy endeavored to cut off his communication by sea, he was forced to divert that danger by setting fire to his own ships, which, after burning the docks, thence spread on and destroyed the great library. Plutarch, Life of Caesar

[W]hen the enemy endeavored to cut off his communication by sea, he was forced to divert that danger by setting fire to his own ships, which, after burning the docks, thence spread on and destroyed the great library. Plutarch, Life of Caesar

In the following line drawing after depictions in the tomb of Ptahhotep at Saqqara five antelopes are being presented, from right to left: an oryx, an ibex, an addax (also called a Mendes-antelope, nwD.w), and a bubale. The last one may be a Soemmering's gazelle (gsA).

In the following line drawing after depictions in the tomb of Ptahhotep at Saqqara five antelopes are being presented, from right to left: an oryx, an ibex, an addax (also called a Mendes-antelope, nwD.w), and a bubale. The last one may be a Soemmering's gazelle (gsA).

Carlos Fernandez del Castillo. Reconstruction of images from the Narmer palette.

Carlos Fernandez del Castillo. Reconstruction of images from the Narmer palette.

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