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Year of 2021
As January 1 marks yet another revolution around the sun, you may find that you're experiencing a period of personal growth. It's likely you'll be a bit burnt out from the holiday season, and will be looking for strategies to reinvest in yourself and evolve.
As Jupiter, Saturn, and then Mercury make their journey through Aquarius, you'll be actively seeking ways to implement change on both a micro and macro scale. This means a delicate balance between shadow work and ego, and you'll have to do the necessary work toward becoming better and walking your highest path. January 14 will be an especially transformative day for you, but that comes with its own pain, and you may be confronted with a hit to your ego. Any bumps in the road should be taken in stride on this day, because any challenges you face can only contribute to your personal evolution.
The sun enters Aquarius on January 20, giving your ego and your confidence a healthy dose of energy. After adjusting to the changes you've been making lately, you'll finally feel more like yourself again. People will naturally gravitate toward you during this time, and with your birthday coming up, you have no reason to feel guilty about being the center of the universe.
Your potential for growth is astronomical this year, so each time the universe throws you a lesson, take it in stride. Remember that every heartbreak comes with a story that shapes you, every mistake paves the road toward perseverance, and those lessons will never stop coming. Karma will be extremely present in 2021 as Saturn takes up residence under the sign of Aquarius, forcing you to grow.
This Saturn placement will also lend you an incredible amount of power, so don't hold back when it comes to attaining the things you want. You have a lot of strong planetary placements this year, and they can help you manifest your wildest dreams. Don't forget to ask the universe for help when you need it, and don't be afraid of your own success!
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Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac, and Aquarians are the perfect representatives for the Age of Aquarius. Those born under this horoscope sign have the social conscience needed to carry us into the new millennium. Those of the Aquarius zodiac sign are humanitarian, philanthropic, and keenly interested in making the world a better place. Zodiac compatibility dates. Before committing or leaving, test your sign compatibility and find out with whom you will form a perfect couple. Knowing how well-suited you are with other people is an advantage when it comes to finding your soulmate. Discover the best and worst type of boyfriend for each zodiac sign and the perfect man for each zodiac sign. Your emotional compatibility: Some zodiac signs feel things more deeply than others. Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn are stable earth signs. Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn are stable earth signs. Meanwhile, a sign like Cancer will feel things deeply and may go from one emotion to another very quickly. Astrology.com provides free daily horoscopes, online tarot readings, psychic readings, Chinese astrology, Vedic Astrology, Mayan Astrology, Numerology, Feng Shui, zodiac 101, sun sign compatibility and video horoscopes. Important Astrology Dates, Relationship & Love Compatibility, Personality Traits And Horoscope Advice For All 12 Zodiac Signs: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo.Continue reading
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2020 was no joke, and while the world will continue to evolve and change throughout 2021, you'll practically be in the driver’s seat. Aquarius is known as the sign of genius and evolution, a point that will be helpful to hold onto if things feel difficult for you during the year. Luckily, Jupiter will be hanging out in Aquarius for most of 2021, bringing you an abundance of luck and optimism.
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A lekythos (plural lekythoi) is a type of ancient Greek vessel used for storing oil (Greek λήκυθος), especially olive oil. It has a narrow body and one handle attached to the neck of the vessel, and is thus a narrow type of jug, with no pouring lip; the oinochoe is more like a modern jug. In the 'shoulder' and 'cylindrical' types which became the most common, especially the latter, the sides of the body are usually vertical by the shoulder, and there is then a sharp change of direction as the neck curves in; the base and lip are normally prominent and flared. However, there are a number of varieties, and the word seems to have been used even more widely in ancient times than by modern archeologists. They are normally in pottery, but there are also carved stone examples.
Lekythoi were especially associated with funerary rites, and with the white ground technique of vase painting, which was too fragile for most items in regular use. Because of their handle they were normally only decorated with one image, on the other side from the handle; they are often photographed with the handle hidden, to show the painted image.
The lekythos was used for anointing dead bodies of unmarried women and many lekythoi are found in tombs. The images on lekythoi were often depictions of daily activities or rituals. Because they are so often used in funerary situations, they may also depict funerary rites, a scene of loss, or a sense of departure as a form of funerary art. These drawings are usually outline drawings that are quite expressionless and somber in appearance. The decoration of these ceramic vessels consists of a dull red and black paint. These colors may have been derived from the Bronze Age, but were not used until 530 BC in Athens. Many artists of these vessels attempted to add more color to the figures, but later abandoned the idea, which provides more of a contrast. These vessels were very popular during the 5th century BC, however there are many that have been found dating all the way back to 700 BC.
They contained a perfumed oil which was offered either to the dead person or to the gods of the underworld. Some lekythoi were fitted with a small, inner chamber so that they might appear full, while in reality they contained only a small amount of the expensive oil. The Lekythos was used to smear perfumed oil on a woman's skin prior to getting married and were often placed in tombs of unmarried women to allow them to prepare for a wedding in the afterlife.
Lekythoi can be divided into five types:
- the standard or cylindrical lekythos, which measures between 30 and 50 cm though there are much larger 'huge lekythoi', up to 1 m, which may have been used to replace funerary stele,
- the Deianeria lekythos which originates from Corinth, this form has an oval profile and a round shoulder and is generally of a small size (20 cm), it was produced from the beginning of the black figure period until the late 6th century,
- the shoulder or secondary lekythos, a variation on the standard type produced from the mid 5th century on. These have a fuller, swelling body; most are decorated with the white ground technique and measure around 20 cm,
- the squat lekythos, usually less than 20 cm in height with a rounded belly and a flat base,
- the acorn lekythos, a rarer form, which has an oval profile and at the bottom of the body a raised cup with protrusions, like the cup of an acorn.
There are also 'plastic' lekythoi, with bodies formed in the shape of a head, animal, or other form.
Achilles and Ajax playing a board game (Attic shoulder lekythos by the workshop of the Diosphos Painter, ca. 500 BC)
Shoulder lekythos, c. 510
Prothesis (lying in repose) (Attic plychrome lekythos (type V), from Alopeke, Group of the Huge Lekythoi, late 5th century BC)
Squat (left) and plastic (right) shapes
'Acorn' type, Louvre
A view from above
Group in Athens
Relief from a carved funerary lekythos (National Archaeological Museum of Athens): Hermes conducts the deceased, Myrrhine, to Hades, c. 430–420 BCE
- Lekythion, literally 'small lekythos', a metric pattern in poetry named after this type of vessel
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- 'Beazley', 'Lekythos', Classical Art Research Centre, University of Oxford
- Woodford, Susan, An Introduction To Greek Art, 1986, Duckworth, ISBN9780801419942
- Lekythos at the Encyclopædia Britannica
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