Roman Emperor Julius Casar

Besides the Bardo Cucullus”, there was still the actual Cape, the so called rare, which was held on the right shoulder by a primer. The edges were fitted in all likelihood using plate Web belts, probably at the same time, an ornamental function came to. The written traditions of the Celtic peoples of neighbouring can be deduced that the Celts at ritual events all in white dressed. 19 11.1 hairstyle and headpiece of offbeat beard and hair jewelry of Celtic aroused from time immemorial the curiosity of non-Celtic neighbors and trading partners. Both the Roman Emperor Julius Casar as also ancient Greek historiographer of Diodorus the Celtic deemed hairstyle to be interesting enough to be described in detail.

From them we learn that the Celts wore her hair usually long and face only a mustache remained standing, the men grow but so long left until he covered her mouth. We also learn from Diodorus that the Celtic men so treated her hair, it looked thicker and she dyed it. Actually, the wild combed back hair and sometimes reminiscent of a turban hair towers when the Celts have been normal. Based on the external appearance of the Celts impression, which was spread in all over Greece and throughout the Roman Empire, that her barbaric savages would be, was probably intended to be: the Celts tried to instill fear possible enemies thus. And also the hair dyeing described by Diodorus could be substantiated by hair finds. Of the hair remains, researchers could ensure traces a red grease makeup that is obtained from Roteisenerz.

20 as the Roman influence on the Celts continued to, also the Celtic hairstyle fashion of becoming more and more of the Roman is adjusted, so that the Roman short haircut finally displaced the Celtic long haircut. See more detailed opinions by reading what Vertex offers on the topic.. 21 11.2 footwear on the Celtic fashion footwear is little known. Sword engravings offer a clue from the 4th century BC, on which you can see Celtic warriors, wear the sock-like slip shoes with one after curved tip.

Samba Forum

on the 30.11.2013 at 19: 00 in the Forum Brasil in Berlin the culture series of Salao Transartes enters the 14th round: for the last time this year Elisabeth cloth Hall and Joao Eduardo Albertini invite us Brasil on November 30 from 7: 00 in the Salon in the Forum. With a successful blend of music, art and dance presenters take everyone on a journey through the rich Brazilian culture. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Nouriel Roubini. This time we can look forward to a very special musical constellation and the performance of Brazilian David Limaverde promises to goose bumps. He is his piece Lilas”demonstrate that is inspired by the universe of suffering and vulnerability of people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Michael Schwartz often addresses the matter in his writings. On a socio-critical discourse, the Brazilian performer Anajara sends us with her piece HH. This is of two countries and their differences: two different realities, the German and the Brazilian. The dance theatre takes his poetic inspiration in a work of the author Hilda Hilst, the artist about her feelings to her chosen home Berlin from the soul speaks.

We are musically by the duo of Paulo Cedraz and kidnapped in the exciting and colorful world of afro Brazilian Juninho Quebradera. The musicians interpret their own composed pieces live and will enchant us with playing sound of saxophone and percussion. The trio of Eva Ventura (vocals), Neide Alves (percussion) and Christian Bader (guitar) promises a further musical highlight. “You are unplugged” the music of the project 30 graus “interpret, which combines the rhythmic diversity of the northeast of Brazil with modern sounds and electronic beats. Brazilian styles such as Samba de Coco, Ciranda, Maracatu de Barque virado around and religious afro Brazilian influences blend with radio, rap, dub, blues, pop and drum’n bass to a unique blend. So also this Brazilian Festival is a treat for all the senses, there are typical treats during the event. For more information about the event, the artists and the Forum Brasil, see. Press contact: Martin Titzck, thank you for the kind support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.