Written by: Emma aka M. Harris A rundown of the history What comes to mind with the name Cleopatra (Greek: Famous in Her Father)? Of course, the most famous Cleopatra of all time was the 7th Cleopatra. She and Mark Antony had a most legendary affair, and Cleopatra bore three children, by Mark Antony. Their names were Alexander Helios (name meaning: The sun), Cleopatra Selene … Continue reading Cleopatra VII & Her Children
I wrote this article on 5/28/2020 in honor of Shadow of the Tomb Raider. However, beacuse it is the 25th anniversary this year, and the subject is Tomb Raider 1996 for February, I decided to feature this article in honor of the 25th anniversary! I also added the anniversary badge to it due to the fact this article also denotes an item found in the … Continue reading The Chimu: Chan Chan
Original post from: January 19, 2017 re-posted March 31, 2020 When Rise of the Tomb Raider opened, and we saw Lara and Jonah contemplating climbing the pyramid shaped peak ahead of them, it was exciting, yes. However, I was thinking that mountain looked like something I know I have seen before. At least something similar. I am not too sure if the mountain and chain … Continue reading ROTTR -Siberia and Mount Belukha ect pt.1
The Artful influences of Shadow of the Tomb Raider Written by Emma aka Okh Eshivar 11/07/2018 When you play through the game Shadow of the Tomb Raider you will notice many pre-Columbian influences. They are everywhere. Mostly in the same representation in little groups or separately, however, with these items in place in the game, it is easy to understand they did research the style … Continue reading The Artful Influences of SOTTR Pt. 1
20 years of raiding! The game series Tomb Raider is getting ready to enter into its 20th anniversary. Of course, I wanted to write a piece in celebration of that anniversary by defining the artwork found in the latest game. The new game Rise of the Tomb Raider shows off some outstanding artwork. Specifically, Byzantine-inspired designs. These distinctive art forms are seen throughout in the … Continue reading Byzantine Art History 20th Anniversary Celebration!