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Cross Pendant Using Chain Maille Technique: Chain & Jewelry Making Tutorial Series T87 By XQDesigns
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Another cross pendant design from XQDesigns. This time round I am using chain maille techniques. To be specific, the design is based on full Persian weave. The weave is applied commonly in bracelet... More > and necklace. This tutorial will show you with detailed pictorial step by step guides. Step 1 to step 9 will show you the basic of making full persian weave and the subsequent steps will show you how to make the cross. The cross is using stainless steel rings with diameter of 8cm. For beginner, I would suggest that you practice the weave using bigger rings. This is one of the harder weaves to understand at first, but it gets easier.< Less
History of Cyrus the Great By Jacob Abbott
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Cyrus II of Persia (c. 600–530 BC) was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, which expanded to become one of the largest empires of the ancient world, encompassing from the Mediterranean Sea... More > and Hellespont in the west to the Indus River in the east. Drawing upon archaeological fact and the sometimes dubious histories of Herodotus and Xenophon (with the author providing the necessary caveats as to the historical accuracy where necessary), this work tells of Cyrus’s childhood, education, and how he came to the throne. From there, the story follows Cyrus’s dealings with—and likely manipulations of—the famous Oracles, and the conquests of Lydia, Babylon, and the expansion of his empire’s borders. Along the way, the author weaves in fascinating details of Cyrus’s interactions with his civil servants and their families. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the incredible size of the ancient cities, and the captivity of the Jews all form important segments of the story of Cyrus.< Less
History of Cyrus the Great By Jacob Abbott
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Cyrus II of Persia (c. 600–530 BC) was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, which expanded to become one of the largest empires of the ancient world, encompassing from the Mediterranean Sea... More > and Hellespont in the west to the Indus River in the east. Drawing upon archaeological fact and the sometimes dubious histories of Herodotus and Xenophon (with the author providing the necessary caveats as to the historical accuracy where necessary), this work tells of Cyrus’s childhood, education, and how he came to the throne. From there, the story follows Cyrus’s dealings with—and likely manipulations of—the famous Oracles, and the conquests of Lydia, Babylon, and the expansion of his empire’s borders. Along the way, the author weaves in fascinating details of Cyrus’s interactions with his civil servants and their families. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the incredible size of the ancient cities, and the captivity of the Jews all form important segments of the story of Cyrus.< Less