Ba bird? Dendera Temple, Egypt. Ba takes the form of a bird with a human head. The ba was always portrayed as a human-headed bird, usually a human-headed falcon. The ba bird was often shown hovering over the deceased's mummy or leaving or entering the tomb at will. Meaning: The word ba is usually translated as "soul" or "spirit". However, ba is probably better translated as "spiritual manifestation."
Tomy y Nana Patrón Amigurumi en PDF por OsitosDulces en Etsy
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La Estela de Merenptah, tallada en el siglo XIII a. C. en el Antiguo Egipto, contiene la primera mención del nombre «Israel».
Soviet space program propaganda posters. This one translated reads: Fatherland! You lighted the star of progress & peace. Glory to the science, glory to the labor! Glory to the Soviet regime!
"Be wary of policy-makers bearing evidence" - blog by Prof A. Stevens on the results of his participant observation into how UK civil servants use evidence in policy-making cf. asymmetrical relations of power translate into selective and ideological use of evidence
Fake quote. This is not something Jefferson wrote, but a (bad) translation of a quote he included his "Legal Commonplace Book." http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/laws-forbid-carrying-armsquotation
Three versions of the African folktale about a magic, fruit-bearing tree: The Magic Bojabi Tree, by Dianne Hofmeyr and Piet Grobler (Frances Lincoln, 2013); The Magic Formula, by Ibrahima Ndiaye and Capucine Mazille, translated by Rebecca Page (Bakame Editions (Rwanda), 2011); and The Amazing Tree, by John Kilaka (North-South Books, 2009)