Western Humanities Third

Mithraism
Mithraism
Mithraism Mithraism It is the third day of December, only twenty-two days remain till the celebration of Mithra begins (Cunningham, 197). Myself and a few of my army comrades have big plans for this upcoming occasion, it is just a shame though that some of our fellow country men, and our own wives even, are trying to spoil our Mithristic festivities. It seems the beliefs of Mithra are becoming quite unpopular in Rome. Only a small portion of my fellow soldiers still belong to the brotherhood, an
Defending the arts
Defending the arts
08-19-15 Arts/100 Defending the arts In my local visit to a local museum and piece of art that I would like to discuss is “The last supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. The last supper is on the most appreciated paintings throughout the world. The color of the painting was given more light than darker colors which makes the painting quite more memorable. All of the disciples in the painting are wearing blue, including Jesus Christ. Also they added a little a bit of Reddish orange to distinguish the ap
Albrecht Durer Self Portrait
Albrecht Durer Self Portrait
Albrecht Durer Self Portrait Submitted to: Jerry Sublette Humanities 2230 Susan Lau August 2,1999 Albrecht Durer Self Portrait Artist: Albrecht Durer Medium: oil on painting Size: 26 1/8 x 19 3/4 inches Date: 1500 Location: Alte Pinakothek, Minich Patron: none mentioned Durer Life and Greatest Work Albrecht Durer was the most famous artist of the Reformation Germany, he was well know for his paintings, drawings, prints, and theoretical writings, all of which had a profound influence on 16th cen