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  • (@thefitmuslim) Instagram Profile @thefitmuslim
  • SBG Illinois Martial Arts and Fitness
  • 👋🏾After an intense striking class today at @sbgillinois, I decided to give my friend @bearsfan0116 a nickname - Shaun "Big Daddy" Moore💪🏾
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    He was kind enough to return the favor and gave me a tentative name - Nomaan "Sweaty Rags" Alwi. This is due to me wearing a bandana every workout💦😆
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    I said we could come up with a better name than Sweaty Rags. Then it hit me, why not crowdsource the name??
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    So I decided to ask you, my loyal followers, what I should call myself❓❔
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    Best answer wins a shout out! Maybe even a goodie of two😉so go ahead and leave some good name ideas below👇🏾
  • 👋🏾After an intense striking class today at @sbgillinois, I decided to give my friend @bearsfan0116 a nickname - Shaun "Big Daddy" Moore💪🏾
.
He was kind enough to return the favor and gave me a tentative name - Nomaan "Sweaty Rags" Alwi. This is due to me wearing a bandana every workout💦😆
.
I said we could come up with a better name than Sweaty Rags. Then it hit me, why not crowdsource the name??
.
So I decided to ask you, my loyal followers, what I should call myself❓❔
.
Best answer wins a shout out! Maybe even a goodie of two😉so go ahead and leave some good name ideas below👇🏾
  •  44  1 8 hours ago

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  • (@vintage_egyptologist) Instagram Profile @vintage_egyptologist
  • Luxor, Egypt
  • John and I are working away at a new discussion of the ideology behind the "revolutions" in religious thought, art and architecture, kingship and diplomacy, that characterize the time of the so-called heretic pharaoh Akhenaton. During the course of the decoration of the tomb of the vizier Ramose (Theban Tomb 55), on the west bank of ancient Thebes—modern Qurna—the art of Amenhotep IV (ca. 1352-1336 BCE) transitioned from a "personalized" form of the manner of representation employed by his father Amenhotep III during the second and third decades of his reign, to the mannerist style of what we call Amarna Art. In that style, the ruler—soon to change his name to Akhenaton—and his wife appear with elongated heads and chins, their bodies evincing other changes that reveal their true natures as the still not entirely undifferentiated, androgynous progyny of the solar deity (more to come on this). Although the long heads and pointed chins of the rulers—based on those of new born infants newly emerged from the birth canal—are extreme, artists applied similar versions of the royal physiognomy to officials and others. In this image of me in front of a scene showing the vizier Ramose addressing a group of officials and foreign dignitaries, I appear, somewhat disconcertingly, to reveal that a long Amarna neck and somewhat "pointy" chin are not so "otherworldly" as one might think—humans, and not just ancient Egyptians, apparently can evince living aspects of the true Amarna style. Note that the decoration is unfinished here, with the image delineated in back ink prior to carving. The chief of such decoration could be called an "outline draftsman," marking the bearer of that label as adept at the long, fluid, sometimes unbelievably continues lines that are a hallmark of the best of ancient Egyptian drawings and sketches. I wear vintage 20s plus fours (from @wildfellhall) with a 20s style top
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    #truevintage #plusfours #arthistorian #bobbedhair #arthistory #archaeologist #archaeology #amarna #akhenaton #akhenaten #egyptiantomb #1920sfashion #menswear #1920sstyle #ariat #ariatboot #egyptologist #egyptology #thebes #luxor
  • John and I are working away at a new discussion of the ideology behind the "revolutions" in religious thought, art and architecture, kingship and diplomacy, that characterize the time of the so-called heretic pharaoh Akhenaton. During the course of the decoration of the tomb of the vizier Ramose (Theban Tomb 55), on the west bank of ancient Thebes—modern Qurna—the art of Amenhotep IV (ca. 1352-1336 BCE) transitioned from a "personalized" form of the manner of representation employed by his father Amenhotep III during the second and third decades of his reign, to the mannerist style of what we call Amarna Art. In that style, the ruler—soon to change his name to Akhenaton—and his wife appear with elongated heads and chins, their bodies evincing other changes that reveal their true natures as the still not entirely undifferentiated, androgynous progyny of the solar deity (more to come on this). Although the long heads and pointed chins of the rulers—based on those of new born infants newly emerged from the birth canal—are extreme, artists applied similar versions of the royal physiognomy to officials and others. In this image of me in front of a scene showing the vizier Ramose addressing a group of officials and foreign dignitaries, I appear, somewhat disconcertingly, to reveal that a long Amarna neck and somewhat "pointy" chin are not so "otherworldly" as one might think—humans, and not just ancient Egyptians, apparently can evince living aspects of the true Amarna style. Note that the decoration is unfinished here, with the image delineated in back ink prior to carving. The chief of such decoration could be called an "outline draftsman," marking the bearer of that label as adept at the long, fluid, sometimes unbelievably continues lines that are a hallmark of the best of ancient Egyptian drawings and sketches. I wear vintage 20s plus fours (from @wildfellhall) with a 20s style top
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#truevintage #plusfours #arthistorian #bobbedhair #arthistory #archaeologist #archaeology #amarna #akhenaton #akhenaten #egyptiantomb #1920sfashion #menswear #1920sstyle #ariat #ariatboot #egyptologist #egyptology #thebes #luxor
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