Welcome to Bridges, an English language blog from InterGlobal – from Blog IG. I will be posting here almost daily as I travel and teach in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, and Colombia! Trip date:Aug 27, 2010 – through Dec 1, 2010: Bolivia: La Paz; 28 Aug.- 4 Sept.; Sucre 5 -11 Sept. , Santa Cruz 12 -19 Sept., Cochabamba [...]
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Orando de corazón con profundo respeto al Creador, Pachacamaj, documentando creencia Andina desde 2000AC, antes de la conquista Española por Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala al Rey de España en 1567. Praying from the heart with profound respect to the Creator, Pachacamaj, documenting Andean beliefs from 2000BC, before the Spanish conquest, by Felipe Guaman [...]
Like the Romans, the Incas conquered a large number of cultures, binding them together with a network of roads. The Incas also showed their remarkable engineering skills in buildings and terraced farming fields, as at Machu Picchu. The Incas’ hunger for power is revealed in their ruthless oppression of the defeated peoples. These discontented populaces were easily converted into allies by Spanish invaders, who quickly destroyed the Inca Empire.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R r
PHOTO JIGSAW PUZZLE This Photo Puzzle features an image of Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the chosen by Robert Harding. Estimated image size 356x254mm.
10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5×7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed on RA4 paper at 300 dpi
Image Description: Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the. Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the most important Inca site in Ecuador, Ingapirca, Canar Province, Southern Highlands, Ecuador, South America
For any queries regarding this image of Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the please contact Robert Harding c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 1184668
Photo Puzzle showing Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the. Walls with classic Inca mortar-less stonework at the most important Inca site in Ecuador, Ingapirca, Canar Province, Southern Highlands, Ecuador, South America. Chosen by Robert Harding. 10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5×7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed on RA4 paper at 300
Photographic Print Title: Gold-And-Copper Burial Mask of the Moche Culture Found in the Tombs at Dos Cabezas
Artist: Kenneth Garrett
Size: 30 x 40 inches
Gold-And-Copper Burial Mask of the Moche Culture Found in the Tombs at Dos Cabezas is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for any museum or gallery display. Finding that perfect piece to match your interest and style is easy and within your budget!
Click HERE: www.megalithomania.co.uk to join Ancient Alien’s own Hugh Newman and David Hatcher Childress on a once in a lifetime tour to ‘Megalithic Mexico’ in March 2013. Get up close and personal with mysterious temples and ancient sites such as Teotihuacan, Tula, La Venta and Palenque. Click above for info. Hugh has been travelling across South America investigating megalithic sites and tracking the path of the famous Rainbow Serpent and Plumed Serpent global energy currents for several years. His recent trip to Peru, Bolivia and Colombia will be under the spotlight in this presentation. Gargantuan megalithic temples that pre-date the Inca exist in these countries that defy explanation and have legends that consistently relate to Virococha, or the ‘Feathered Serpent’, a god who was hugely influential in prehistoric times. He was said to be able to talk any language, summon thunder and levitate big blocks of stone. He introduced agriculture, metalwork and taught the arts of vegetarianism, art and good communication. Like the legends of Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, he arrived from the waters on a ‘raft of serpents’, but who were these ‘serpent’ gods? Where did they come from? Were they masters of working with earth energies? Hugh will give an overview of all the megalithic sites he visited, including the lesser-known San Augustin in Southern Colombia and the incredible underground complex of Chavin de Huanter in Central Peru. Hugh Newman is an earth mysteries and Antiquarian … Video Rating: 5 / 5
Photographic Print Title: People Going to Market Walk Street with Open, Incan-Style Gutter
Size: 24 x 32 inches
People Going to Market Walk Street with Open, Incan-Style Gutter is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for any museum or gallery display. Finding that perfect piece to match your interest and style is easy and within your budget!
Buy the DVD: www.shoppbs.org www.pbs.org Coming to PBS May 19, 2009. How far would you go to stay alive? The survivors of the well-known 1972 Andes plane crash recall what it took to live in the mountains for over 60 days with no food, water, or supplies. What they reveal is a story about one of humanity’s greatest taboos and one that asks the question, what would you do? In this clip, survivors recount the conditions and the conversations that informed a desperate decision. STRANDED: The Andes Plane Crash Survivorspremieres Tuesday, May 19 on INDEPENDENT LENS, a weekly series airing on PBS. Hosted by Terrence Howard, the acclaimed series showcases powerful and innovative independent films. Presented by ITVS, INDEPENDENT LENS is broadcast on PBS stations nationwide. Visit the Web site for more: www.pbs.org Video Rating: 4 / 5
22 de Diciembre de 1972, Cordillera de los Andes. Rescate de los 16 sobrevivientes uruguayos del avion Farichild F 27. Tras 72 dias de agonia Fernando Parrado y Roberto Canessa llegan caminando a una region de Chile donde son avistados por el arriero Sergio Catalan. Al dia siguiente se produce el rescate de los otros 14 sobrevivientes. Video Rating: 4 / 5
In additional to one’s course of study, no higher education experience would be complete without a social component! International students at the RWTH become part of a large social network of student-led organizations. INCAS, for example, is an organization dedicated to the building of cultural bridges between international and German students. In addition to offering a wide range of cultural events, the organization also coordinates excursions to various cities in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. AEGEE, the European student forum, sponsors the ERASMUS Tutoring Program, helping incoming students to adjust to their new university and surroundings. The AV is an elected body that represents foreign student at the RWTH. Among its offerings, this group provides free legal advice on issues relevant to international students (for example, those related to immigration and finding a job). A film by: Wisam Zureik and Conor Crowe.
Product Type: Original Wood Engraving; Black / White
Grade: Near Mint / Very Fine
Dimensions: Approximately 5.5 x 8 inches; 14 x 20 cm
Authentication: Dual Serial-Numbered Certificates of Authenticity w/ Full Provenance
Packaged in custom sleeve w/ archival black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)
This is an original 1892 black and white wood engraving map of the borders of Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and the Pacific Ocean. This piece was illustrated by Whymper, Edward. Edward Whymper Edward Whymper (1840-1911), the mountaineer, explorer, and illustrator, is remembered for being the first man to successfully ascend the Matterhorn of Switzerland in 1865. Whymper was born in London, England and was the second of eleven children. His elder brother Frederick was also an artist and exp