Some cool Register a New Domain images:
NYC: Brooklyn Museum – Stela of Ramesses II
Image by wallyg
Stela of Ramesses II
19th Dynasty XIX, reign of Ramesses II (circa 1279-1213 B.C.)
Excavated by the Egypt Exploration Society in the forecourt of the temple at Amarah West in Nubia in 1939
39.420, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund
This stela commemorates King Ramesses II’s presentation of statues to a temple of Amun-Re in Nubia. The arrangement of scenes and text symbolizes the ancient Egyptians’ conception of their highly structured state. Heaven appears at the top, with the sacred world of the gods beneath it, followed by text linking the divine and human realms, and, at the bottom, the terrestrial home of the Egyptian populace.
The stela’s curved upper margin represents the vault of heaven separating the ordered universe from chaos. Ma’at (universal order) governs everything below the arc, whether depicted in the pictures or mentioned in the texts. The upper register shows an event in the gods’ domain: the presentation of symbols of kingship to Ramesses II by Amun-Re, the principal god of Egypt during the New Kingdom. The five lines of text beneath this scene stand between the worlds of gods and humans. Part of the text specifies the five names Ramesses II used as ruler, emphasizing his more-than-human qualities. The remainder recounts the king’s many offerings to Egypt’s temples. The lowest register shows four birds representing the Egyptian populace paying homage to the king.
The Brooklyn Museum, sitting at the border of Prospect Heights and Crown Heights near Prospect Park, is the second largest art museum in New York City. Opened in 1897 under the leadership of Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences president John B. Woodward, the 560,000-square foot, Beaux-Arts building houses a permanent collection including more than one-and-a-half million objects, from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art.
The Brooklyn Museum was designated a landmark by the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1966.
National Historic Register #77000944
How to create a Virtual Directory / Sub Domain – Part 1
Image by IvanWalsh.com
I decided last week to create a new site.
This usually means registering a new domain name and getting web hosting.
However, you don’t need to do this.
Instead I decided to create a virtual directory on the main site and setup the new website as a sub-folder.
This saved me the usual setup fees and allowed me to keep this sub-site under the umbrella of the main site.
Here’s how to create a Virtual Directory.