The 25th century BC was a century which lasted from the year 2500 BC to 2401 BC. c. 2900 BC – 2334 BC: Mesopotamian wars of the Early Dynastic period. C. 2686 BC: End of Second Dynasty, start of Third Dynasty in Egypt. Construction of Egyptian Pyramids begins. C. 2560 BC: Construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza is completed. C. 2500 BC: Rice was first introduced to Malaysia c. 2500 BC: Scribal schools flourish throughout Sumer. C. 2500 BC: Assyria is established. C. 2500 BC: Cylinder seal from Sumer and its impression are made. It is now in the Metropolitan Museum of New York. C. 2500 BC: Excavation and development of the Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni at Paola, Malta, a subterranean temple complex subsequently used as a necropolis. C. 2500 BC: Valley Temple of Khafra, Giza, is built. C. 2500 BC: Khafra from Giza Valley, Temple of Khafra is made. Fourth Dynasty of Egypt. Discovered by Auguste Mariette, it is now kept in Cairo. C. 2500 BC: People in Peru rely on fish and mussels for food. C. 2500 BC: Skara Brae is abandoned after 600 years of occupation.
C. 2500 BC – 2000 BC: Mohenjo-daro is about 7 square miles in size and has a population of c. 20,000 to 50,000. C. 2494 BC – 2345 BC: "Sculptors at work", relief from Saqqara, Fifth Dynasty. It is now at Egyptian Museum, Egypt. C. 2494 BC – 2345 BC: The Seated Scribe, a sculpture found at Saqqara, Fifth Dynasty of Egypt is made. It is now in Paris. 2492 BC: Traditional date for the legendary foundation of Armenia by Hayk. c. 2450 BC: End of the Early Dynastic IIIa Period and beginning of the Early Dynastic IIIb Period in Sumer. C. 2450 BC: Kish is lost to Hamazi tribesmen of the Kurdistan mountains. C. 2410 BC: By this time, kings in Sumer have ceased to be automatically high priests of the city deity. Infiltration and conquest of Mesopotamia by ancient Semitic-speaking peoples begins. C. 2400 BC–2200 BC: Construction of Stonehenge Megalithic culture begins to spread through Europe and the western Mediterranean. Earliest signs of Corded Ware culture from the Caucasus. Southeastern Spain is settled from the Mediterranean, by people using Prehistoric Egyptian-style pottery.
Amorites and Canaanites occupy Lebanon. 2450 BC—Tudiya becomes the earliest king of Assyria 2492 BC—Hayk founds Armenia 2491 BC—Mythical Chinese Emperor Zhuanxu 2490 BC—Menkaure is Pharaoh. 2475 BC—Shepseskaf is Pharaoh. 2465 BC—Fifth Dynasty of Egypt. Its heartland lay in the Indus River in Pakistan, but settlements spread as far as the Makran coast, Afghanistan, eastern Punjab and Saurashtra, they included cities like Harappa, Mohenjo-daro, Dholavira, ports like Lothal, Sutkagen-dor and Sokhta Koh and numerous villages as well. They used irrigation to constructed cities; the two main cities had sewage systems, trade tokens, hieroglyphs. There were baths at one of the villages, besides the great baths of brick in each city. Geometry of shrines and altars tends to identify these with the cities of the Yajurveda. Sahure is the earliest known king. Cycladic marble figures depict the use of both the cithara. Earliest surviving ski is left in a bog at Hoting, about this time. Sumerians use domestic donkeys on war chariots, not onagers as early interpreters claimed.
The Caloosahatchee Bridge is a bridge located in Fort Myers, Florida. It carries U. S. Highway 41 over the Caloosahatchee River, where its name comes from; the bridge is 55 feet tall. The Caloosahatchee Bridge was built in 1962 but it did not open for traffic until 1964; the bridge's opening was delayed due to difficult negotiations with landowners at the south side over land needed to connect the bridge to Cleveland Avenue. The opening of the bridge changed the routing of US 41 to bypass downtown Fort Myers. US 41 went through downtown Fort Myers, crossed the Caloosahatchee River on the Edison Bridge, which at the time was a two-lane drawbridge; the old route was designated as the US 41 Business. The south side of the bridge passes over Centennial Park, as well as First Street, the main road through downtown Fort Myers. A loop ramp connects the southbound lanes of the bridge to First Street. Directly south of the bridge is US 41's intersection with McGregor Boulevard, SR 80, SR 82; each of these highways terminate at this intersection.
A two-lane overpass constructed with the Caloosahatchee Bridge crosses this intersection, known as the Five Points interchange, since it is a five-way interchange. The overpass carried both northbound and southbound traffic from the bridge, but was changed to have both lanes carry northbound traffic in the early 1990s; as part of the adoption of HB 7149 in the 2014 Florida Senate session, the bridge, effective July 1, 2014, received the honorary designation of Henry Ford Bridge. However, per the adopted bill, the designation does not change its official name and the local government is not required to change signage to the honorary designation; the City of Fort Myers opted to not rename the bridge. List of crossings of the Caloosahatchee River
Suri Krishnamma is a British film director and writer best known for feature films A Man of No Importance, New Year's Day and Dark Tourist and television dramas A Respectable Trade and The Cazalets. He has a number including 3 BAFTA nominations. Born in Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Suri Krishnamma is the Indian Father, his mother, a former head teacher at an Island comprehensive school, was a Labour Councillor and peace activist. Together with his father she helped with the organisation of the Isle of Wight Festivals of 1969 and 1970 with brothers Ronnie and Ray Foulk of Fiery Creations. During the 1969 festival, some of Bob Dylan’s band stayed in the Krishnamma family home. Krishnamma studied Photography and Television at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design, leaving with a BAFTA nomination for Mohammed’s Daughter 3 years on the directing course at the National Film and Television School, collecting a second BAFTA nomination for Water’s Edge. In 1989 he directed popular television drama series such as South of the Border and Spender before directing his first full-length film, O Mary This London, written by the Oscar nominated writer of My Left Foot, Shane Connaughton.
His first global theatrical release was A Man of No Importance with Albert Finney and Brenda Fricker in 1994. In 1999, New Year's Day won Best UK Feature Film at the Raindance Film Festival in London and the Grand Prix at Yubari, he directed Good Sharma starring Billy Connolly and Joan Allen, Locked In, Bad Karma, Australia with Ray Liotta and Dark Tourist with Melanie Griffith which won Michael Cudlitz the Total Film Award for Best Actor at Frightfest, London. In British television and film drama Suri has worked alongside producers Simon Channing-Williams, Ruth Caleb, Jonathan Cavendish, Eric Fellner, Tony Garnett, Mark Redhead, Kieran Roberts, Mark Shivas, Michael Wearing. Krishnamma has directed TV drama including Waking the Dead, Sea of Souls, Blue Murder and Cold Blood, he was awarded a third BAFTA nomination for A Respectable Trade. Based on Philippa Gregory’s novel, this four-part drama set in 18th Century Bristol tells the story of an African slave and his relationship with the wife of a slave-trader and won Frances Tempest the BAFTA for best costume design.
He followed this in 2001 with The Cazalets which gained BAFTA nominations for costume design and make-up design. Krishnamma’s graduation film from Bournemouth, Mohammed’s Daughter, earned him his first of three BAFTA nominations, he was awarded a second BAFTA nomination for'Water's Edge', a Gold Mikeldi at the Bilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Films, a Silver Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival and screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival where Krishnamma was runner up in the Young Filmmaker of the Year Award. Comrades and Friends, co-directed with Nick Godwin, a documentary chronicling Tony Benn's campaign for the Labour Party leadership in 1988, won a certificate of merit at the Cork Film Festival in Ireland. Krishnamma travelled around the United States of America in 1989 following Jesse Jackson’s putative campaign for the mayoralty of New York City. Between 2007 and 2010 he adapted and directed 3 Shakespeare tragedies, Hamlet and Othello, for the Actors Centre and Skillset.
Krishnamma is an honorary fellow of the Arts University Bournemouth and lectures in Film at Norwich University of the Arts. In 2013 he was appointed Jury President of the Munich International Festival of Film Schools, he is a season ticket holder at West Ham United Football Club and lives in London with his wife and 3 children. Suri Krishnamma is represented in the UK by Olav Wyper at SMA Talent. Dark Tourist Bad Karma Locked In Good Sharma New Year’s Day A Man of No Importance O Mary This London Wuthering Heights The Chest The Place of the Dead The Turnaround The Cazalets A Respectable Trade Cold Blood Blue Murder The Sea of Souls Waking the Dead Dalziel and Pascoe Soldier Soldier Spender South of the Border The Curry Connection Comrades and Friends Suri Krishnamma on IMDb Official website http://film.britishcouncil.org/suri-krishnamma http://mubi.com/cast_members/52583 Suri Krishnamma at MUBI The Cazalets at the BFI's Screenonline with Suri Krishnamma about "Dark Tourist" at Raindance in 2012
BestBus is a company that operates low-cost intercity bus service in the Mid-Atlantic states of the United States. The primary service operated by BestBus runs from various stops in the Washington, D. C. area to New York City. BestBus operates service on summer weekends from Washington, D. C. and New York City to the Delaware Beaches. BestBus operates low-cost intercity bus service between various locations in the Mid-Atlantic states. There is daily service connecting Washington, D. C. to New York City. Daily service operates from Manassas and Springfield in Virginia to New York City. On summer weekends, BestBus operates service from Washington, D. C. and New York City to the Delaware Beaches towns of Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach. BestBus offers free Wi-Fi, electric plugs at every seat, free bottled water, on-board restrooms. All bus riders are guaranteed a seat. DC2NY was founded by Asi Ohana and Richard Green in 2007 to offer low-cost intercity bus service between Washington, D. C. and New York City.
In 2010, DC2NY began summer weekend service from Washington, D. C. to the Delaware Beaches. DC2NY started summer weekend service between New York City and the Delaware Beaches in 2013. In May 2014, the company added seven new stops. In July 2014, BestBus began service from Manassas and Springfield in Virginia to New York City. Official website
John Van Ryn was an American tennis champion of the 1930s. He was known as the doubles partner of Wilmer Allison. Van Ryn won the Men’s Doubles at Wimbledon three straight years, he won the third with George Lott. In 1931, he was successful with Lott at the French Championships, he became the first male player to win the French and American doubles titles when he won the 1931 U. S. National Championships with Allison. Van Ryn had an excellent record when he competed for the United States in Davis Cup, winning 22 of 24 encounters in a period of eight years, he was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1963. On 22 October 1930 he married tennis player Midge Gladman. John Van Ryn at the International Tennis Hall of Fame John Van Ryn at the Association of Tennis Professionals John Van Ryn at the International Tennis Federation John Van Ryn at the Davis Cup
Akiv Ali is an Indian film editor who works in Bollywood. Akiv is a film editor in Bollywood, he is known for editing Kites and Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, he worked as actor in a film Rog in 2005. Akiv's debut directorial De De Pyaar De, starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu, & Rakul Preet Singh released on 17th May 2019. Kash Aap Hamare Hote Saaya Footpath Inteha Paap Murder Tumsa Nahin Dekha: A Love Story Madhoshi Rog Zeher Koi Tujh Sa Kahaan Kalyug Gangster The Killer Woh Lamhe Life in a... Metro Khulay Asmaan Kay Neechay Kites I Hate Luv Storys Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai The Dirty Picture Pyaar Ka Punchnama Love Mein Gum Agneepath Barfi! Akaash Vani Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara! Gori Tere Pyaar Mein! Bang Bang! Brothers Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 Kaabil Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety De De Pyaar De De De Pyaar De Rog Akiv Ali on IMDb