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Dearborn, Michigan

Airport . Simpson 2003, p. 66. With the aid of his major artistic influence, the photographer Walker Evans, Frank secured a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in 1955 to travel across the United States and photograph all strata of its society. Cities he visited included Detroit (Detroit, Michigan) and Dearborn, Michigan; Savannah, Georgia; Miami Beach, Florida Miami


Trincomalee

in the region, Koneswaram (Koneswaram temple) of Trincomalee. Excavations at the complex mandapam (Mandapa)'s partially buried ruins of granite pillars, stairs and slab stonework over the entire town have led to numerous findings. Reflecting the high points of Pallava artistic influence and contributions to the south of the island are the temple's 5th-7th century statues of Ganesh, the Lingam, sculpture of Nandi (Nandi (bull)) and the Vishnu shrine's 10th century Makara


Coventry

to be involved in these productions, including Thomas More. In this private theatre, Heywood would have found an audience for his early works, and a strong artistic influence in his father-in-law. In the fifteen-twenties and fifteen-thirties, however, he was writing and producing interludes for the royal court.He enjoyed the patronage of Edward VI (Edward VI of England) and Mary I (Mary I of England), writing plays to present at court. While some of his plays call for music, no songs or texts


Providence, Rhode Island

triangular. History Route 122 used to extend south along US 1 into Providence (Providence, Rhode Island) then along Randall Street to end at Charles Street (present-day Route 246 (Route 246 (Rhode Island))). Cthulhu mythos Many of Robert E. Howard's Conan stories were attempts at writing stories in H. P. Lovecraft's unique horror (horror fiction) style. Howard eventually assimilated the artistic influence of Lovecraft, and was able to include Lovecraftian elements in his


Turin

and the architect Carlo Mollino. Between the 1960s and the 1970s, the international centre of Turin (Arte Povera), the presence in the city of artists like Alighiero Boetti, Mario Merz, Giuseppe Penone, Piero Gilardi and Michelangelo Pistoletto. In those years there was a strong artistic influence of designer Armando Testa, the founder of advertising agency. Currently operating in the city are established artists like Ugo Nespolo and Carol Rama. Literature


Florence

Firenze Basilica di San Lorenzo in Florence by Filippo Brunelleschi (1377–1446). Howard Saalman. ''Filippo Brunelleschi: The Buildings''. (London: Zwemmer, 1993). In the 15th century, Florence, Venice and Naples extended their power through much of the area that surrounded them, making the movement of artists possible. This enabled Florence to have significant artistic influence in Milan, and through Milan, France. Polish Renaissance


Afghanistan

. Although India had a long sculptural tradition and a mastery of rich iconography, the Buddha was never represented in human form before this time, but only through some of his symbols. This may be because Gandharan Buddhist sculpture in modern Afghanistan displays Greek (Ancient Greece) and Persian artistic influence. Artistically, the Gandharan school of sculpture is said to have contributed wavy hair, drapery covering both shoulders, shoes and sandals, acanthus leaf decorations, etc. "Talk to Me Like My Father", Patterson's account of spending six weeks as a doctor with NATO forces in Afghanistan in the winter of 2007, was published in the July-August issue of ''Mother Jones (Mother Jones (magazine))'' magazine in the U.S. Mother Jones (Mother Jones (magazine)): ''Talk to Me Like My Father: Frontline Medicine in Afghanistan.'' July August 2007 The article created news headlines in Canada because of Patterson's graphic description of the dying moments of Nova Scotia-born soldier Kevin Megeney. Rule Vima Kadphises added to the Kushan territory by his expansion in Afghanistan and north-west India. The '''Gondopharid dynasty''' and other '''Indo-Parthian''' rulers were a group of ancient kings from Central Asia, who ruled parts of present day Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, during or slightly before the 1st century AD. For most of their history, the leading Gondopharid kings held Taxila (in the present Punjab (Punjab, Pakistan) province of Pakistan) as their residence, but during their last few years of existence the capital shifted between Kabul and Peshawar(Gandahara). These kings have traditionally been referred to as '''Indo-Parthians''', as their coinage was often inspired by the Arsacid dynasty, but they probably belonged to a wider groups of Iranian tribes who lived east of Parthia proper, and there is no evidence that all the kings who assumed the title ''Gondophares'', which means ”Holder of Glory”, were even related. thumb Scythian devotee, Butkara Stupa (File:Scythian devotee Butkara I.jpg). The first Indo-Scythian kingdom in the Indian subcontinent occupied the southern part of what is now modern day Pakistan (which they accessed from southern Afghanistan), in the areas from Abiria (Sindh) to Surastrene (Gujarat), from around 110 to 80 BCE. They progressively further moved north into Indo-Greek territory until the conquests of Maues, c 80 BCE. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


Portugal

the other famous Pallava-developed medieval Hindu temple complex in the region, Koneswaram (Koneswaram temple) of Trincomalee. Excavations at the complex mandapam (Mandapa)'s partially buried ruins of granite pillars, stairs and slab stonework over the entire town have led to numerous findings. Reflecting the high points of Pallava artistic influence and contributions to the south of the island are the temple's 5th-7th century statues of Ganesh, the Lingam, sculpture of Nandi (bull


Mexico


Brazil

year. Also in 1975, ''The First World Full Contact Karate Open Championships'' were held in Tokyo. World Championships have been held at four-yearly intervals since. He was a personal friend (and apparent artistic influence) of Brazilian comic book artist Mauricio de Sousa. In 2012, Mauricio will publish a two-issue story arc in the Monica Teen comic book featuring some of Tezuka's main characters, such as Astro (Astro Boy (character)), Sapphire (Princess Knight) and Kimba


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