This is a great looking coat! I like the cut because it’s well tailored to a man physique. The harsh reality is that we make decisions about people within the first 3 seconds of meeting them; we then spend the next 90 seconds trying to confirm our first impressions.This means that before you even open your […]Read More
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I like this type of coat on men for Autumn, Winter and Spring. What I and a few other ladies secretly like is the cut because you can see a man’s silhouette. Especially if he works out. What women like instinctively is the V shape torso of a man and a fitted jacket like this […]Read More
WOMEN LIKE THE COLOR BLUE: Blue is a favorite color of both men and women of all ages. While men have a stronger preference for blue than women, it’s still a top choice of women. It may be the calming effect of the color blue that makes it a popular color for both genders. Shades […]Read More
I love to see men wear the three quarter coat, especially in camel or caramel color that I think looks great on both sexes. Some of my favorite accessories to see men wear are handkerchiefs, scarves, shades, shoes, gloves, belts and watches to name a few. Whether you choose to invest in your personal style […]Read More
There are two different kinds of Yoruba monarchs: The kings of Yoruba clans, which are often simply networks of related towns (for example, the oba of the Egba bears the title “Alake of Egbaland” because his ancestral seat is the Ake quarter of Abeokuta, hence the title Alake, which is Yoruba for Man of Ake. […]Read More
Figures form Forbes compiled over the past couple years show that female models make millions more than their males, especially when looking at the top 10 earners of each respective gender. And there’s no contest when you compare the highest paid female supermodel (the recently retired Gisele Bundchen, at over $47 million for 2014) with […]Read More
These are some of my favorite suits, accessories and casual wear for men. Dress for success gentlemen and hit the gym as much as you can. Your health is also your wealth. A tailor is very important because every man’s physique is different. Make sure when you are choosing a suit that it also compliments […]Read More
Nationality: (California) American Ethnicity: African descent He’s 6’2 ft tall ladies. He played basketball for more than 15 years and was named a post-high school All-American. He was offered scholarships to several universities, but chose the University of Central Florida where he had a short career cut down due to injury. Represented in several different […]Read More
One of my all time favorites men’s collections. Some of the pieces are timeless and I would definitely buy a few, currently for the men in my family. Love the “Rude/Bad Boy” walk or maybe I’m just a sucker for testosterone .Read More
An ignored chapter of history tells of a time when kings from deep in Africa conquered ancient Egypt.
By Robert Draper
National Geographic Contributing Writer
Photograph by Kenneth Garrett
In the year 730 B.C., a man by the name of Piye decided the only way to save Egypt from itself was to invade it. Things would get bloody before the salvation came.
“Harness the best steeds of your stable,” he ordered his commanders. The magnificent civilization that had built the great pyramids had lost its way, torn apart by petty warlords. For two decades Piye had ruled over his own kingdom in Nubia, a swath of Africa located mostly in present-day Sudan. But he considered himself the true ruler of Egypt as well, the rightful heir to the spiritual traditions practiced by pharaohs such as Ramses II and Thutmose III. Since Piye had probably never actually visited Lower Egypt, some did not take his boast seriously. Now Piye would witness the subjugation of decadent Egypt firsthand—“I shall let Lower Egypt taste the taste of my fingers,” he would later write.
North on the Nile River his soldiers sailed. At Thebes, the capital of Upper Egypt, they disembarked. Believing there was a proper way to wage holy wars, Piye instructed his soldiers to purify themselves before combat by bathing in the Nile, dressing themselves in fine linen, and sprinkling their bodies with water from the temple at Karnak, a site holy to the ram-headed sun god Amun, whom Piye identified as his own personal deity. Piye himself feasted and offered sacrifices to Amun. Thus sanctified, the commander and his men commenced to do battle with every army in their path.Read More