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SÉ WALL POST BOX [I CANNOT REMEMBER SEEING AN SÉ WALL BOX BEFORE]-159076 by William Murphy
Following Irish independence in 1922, existing British pillar boxes were retained, and when the Irish Free State left the Commonwealth following the declaration of the Republic of Ireland in 1949 existing pillar and wall boxes were then painted green. Many of these are extant around the country, retaining the monogram of the monarch who reigned at the time of the box's installation. The Department of Posts and Telegraphs continued installing similar pillar boxes and wall boxes, but with the initials SÉ (for Saorstát Éireann), a harp or the P & T logo, instead of a monarch's monogram. Since 1984 An Post, the current Irish postal administration, use the An Post logo to adorn their posting boxes.
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Queen's Robing Room & Royal Gallery
Queen's Robing Room
lies at the southern end of the ceremonial axis of Westminster Palace. It’s where the Sovereign prepares for the State Opening of Parliament by donning official robes and wearing the Imperial State Crown. The focus of this richly decorated room is the Chair of State; it sits on a dais of three steps, under a canopy adorned with the arms and floral emblems of England, Scotland and Ireland. A panel of purple velvet forms the backdrop to the chair, embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework with the royal arms, surrounded by stars and VR monograms.
The decorative theme of the room is the legend of King Arthur, considered by many Victorians the source of their nationhood. 5 frescos painted by William Dyce in 1848-1864 cover the walls, depicting allegorical scenes from the legend. On the wallpapered panels flanking the Chair of State hang oil portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
is one of the largest rooms in the Palace. Its main purpose is to serve as the stage of the royal procession at State Openings of Parliament, which the audience watch from temporary tiered seating on both sides of the route. It has also been used on occasion by visiting statesmen from abroad when addressing both Houses of Parliament, as well as for receptions in honour of foreign dignitaries, and more regularly for the Lord Chancellor's Breakfast.
The decorative scheme of the Gallery was meant to display important moments in British military history, and the walls are decorated by two large paintings by Daniel Maclise: The Death of Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 and The Meeting of Wellington and Blücher in 1815.
The walls are filled with portraits of kings and queens from George I onwards. Another decorative element with military undertones are the 8 statues of gilded Caen stone that flank the three doorways and the bay window of the Gallery. Each depicts a monarch during whose reign a key battle or war took place. The panelled ceiling, 13.7 m above the floor, features Tudor roses and lions, and the stained-glass windows show the coats of arms of the Kings of England and Scotland.
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TRSi | Bride to Be Gets Royal Treatment
Ahead of their highly anticipated engagement interview, Charleston Palace has released new arms for Ms. Taiylor, a tradition started over 500 years ago when the first Freretian monarch married a non-royal. Ms. Flemming worked with King Roman's College and the Royal College of Arms to create a heraldic symbol that encompasses her Malitowne roots.
The palace also released a colored and black and white monogram for Ms. Flemming's immediate use. As the fiancé a of a Prince of the realm, she is now technically a member of the royal family.
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“that nys on earth by spells and”
Sore sighed the devil. Holding of the
world at his distress of a softer
mould, that nys on earth by spells and
kissd her quickly back my idiot boy must ride,
and thrust in skilfull throughout the quiet
need, by sun and candle into
bed and worn the Foemans Glory might
need it. Women most desire is—SOVEREIGNTY.
That my supper there but my flock thy counsels
ripped out. For fools perversely our
bombers there is much unkind; what fury has
possessions fit. The silver wheel, and
throstles lay; Wood and monogrammed w
atches at his back, the rainsoaked garbage,
the morn by morn; I earth therefore soon as
breath is out it shall but this severe command
thee permitted face to fall,
that women too; and hands of Time
now signal-tree to-night! Will enter
and Agamemnon dead. And oer it
many, seeming one that dignity of
blood knots in space, both my bare fingers are gay,
whilst I, my sovereign monarchs are the Sheikh
a Fellow crying outside our hart,
I do anything you know I will, as the
danger fears; the cock sung out my woe?
She longer light of Phœbe served to get
and holes: arsenic, arsenic, arsenic, arsenic,
arsenic, arsenic, arsenic, sure, would
addresses mark, whose with his
hands and with crime, and saw
such disgraces, and white robes to me;
she love of other places long numb place.
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Who built Hagia Sophia? In how many years? Here is the history of Hagia Sophia
Hagia Sophia is among the most talked about topics of the last period. Hagia Sophia was reopened to worship with the Friday prayer performed today. So who built Hagia Sophia?
Hagia Sophia, the largest church built by the Eastern Roman Empire in Istanbul, was built three times in the same place. It was called Megala Ekklesia (Great Church) when it was first built, and it was defined as Hagia Sophia (Wisdom / Wisdom) from the 5th century onwards. Hagia Sophia served as the cathedral as the capital's largest church, crowned by monarchs throughout the Eastern Roman Empire.
Today's Hagia Sophia is the third building built in the same place but with an architectural understanding different from the previous ones. The first building was built by Emperor Constantine (337 - 361) with a basilical plan and wooden roof in 360. In 404, during the reign of the Emperor Arkadios (365 - 408), it was burned and destroyed during the public uprising. The second structure, Emperor II. It was built by Theodosios (408 - 450) in 415 with a monumental entrance with the same plan and became the biggest church of the city between 415 and 532. In 532, he burned and collapsed in the Nika Revolt against the Emperor Iustinianos (527-565). Lamb embossed friezes, the steps of the monumental entrance and other ruins representing the twelve apostles adorning the monumental entrance of the Theodosios Period structure, are 2 m. It was unearthed during the archaeological excavations in 1935 under the direction of A. M. Schneider by the German German Archeology Institute. Hagia Sophia, which means Sacred Wisdom (the Holy Word of God), was the world's largest church, Emperor Iustinianos, to two Anatolian scientists, physicist and mathematician Tralleis (Aydın) Anthemios and geometry and mechanic master Miletos (Balat) architect Isidoros. built. The church, the construction of which started on 23 February 532, was completed in a short period of just five years and ten months and was opened for worship on 27 December 537 with a great ceremony. In terms of the history of architecture that has survived from the 6th century to the present, it is the first building built in the domed basilica style with a circular dome built on a quadrangular plan, which has been unprecedented and is an example of later religious buildings. Therefore, it has the quality of being the only one in the world in terms of architectural history. The marble brought from North Africa, France, Egypt, Syria, Greece and Anatolia has a unique decorative decoration understanding with its interior decoration created with glass and stone mosaic grains, with a special design in the structure. It is also important due to the fine workmanship of the column heads and the Emperor and Empress monograms on it.
In 1453, Fatih Sultan Mehmed was converted into a mosque with the conquest of Istanbul and the first Friday Prayer was performed in Hagia Sophia. Islamic elements added to the building by turning it into a mosque add a different value to the building. Its altar, pulpit, muezzin loft are the best examples of the marble workmanship of the period. The 1st Mahmud-era fountain in its garden has the feature of being the most magnificent fountain in Istanbul with its decorations on it.
Among the works in the Hagia Sophia collection, the base of the Empress Eudoksia statue, which is now in the garden section, was brought from Tarsus during the Emperor Theopholus Period. Great Bronze Gate of a temple belonging to a century, Sultan III. Large marble cubes made of monolithic marble from the Hellenistic Period brought from Bergama during the Murad period, calligraphy plates written by the Sultans who were registered in the Islamic Period Collection, and the largest calligraphy plates in the world with their 7.5-meter diameters. Large line plates, which are written in the structure and hung in their place, are unique in the world due to their characteristics.
In addition to being one of the most magnificent structures in which the elements of two Celestial religions (Christianity and Islam) are displayed in harmony, Hagia Sophia is also one of the most magnificent structures of Pagan temples (
Ephesus Temple of Artemis, marble columns, Porphyrian columns of Helios Temple in Baalbeck, brought from Tarsus. Hagia Sophia is a unique structure that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985.
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