Tomb KV57 is an ancient Egyptian tomb. Located in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, it was used for the burial of Horemheb, the last Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty; the tomb was located by Edward Ayrton in February 1908, working for Theodore Davis. Due to its location in the valley floor, the tomb was filled with debris, washed down in the occasional flash-flooding; the tomb is markedly different from the other major Eighteenth dynasty royal tombs. It does away with the dog-legged construction, has painted bas-reliefs, rather than simple painted walls. Passages from the Book of Gates appear for the first time; the decoration was not completed through this king's fourteen years rule. The sarcophagus of the king was constructed from carved, red quartzite, was found with its lid broken. In it were contained bones and remains from several burials, none of them conclusively from Horemheb. Davis, Theodore M; the Tombs of Harmhabi and Touatânkhamanou. London: Duckworth Publishing, 2001. ISBN 0-7156-3072-5 Reeves, N & Wilkinson, R.

H. The Complete Valley of the Kings, 1996, Thames and Hudson, London. Siliotti, A. Guide to the Valley of the Kings and to the Theban Necropolises and Temples, 1996, A. A. Gaddis, Cairo. Theban Mapping Project: KV57 - Includes detailed maps of the tomb

St. Clairsville Public Library

St. Clairsville Public Library is located in at 108 W Main St. Clairsville, Belmont County, Ohio 43950; the Library offers a variety of free programs for patrons including a summer reading program, children's story time, teen advisory board, teen game day, family movie nights, book discussions, basic computer classes. The St. Clairsville Public Library was organized in 1938 through the efforts of many citizens and the St. Clairsville Rotary Club; the Library had various addresses until 1955, when the Second National Bank Building was purchased and renovated as a permanent home. Dr. Bertha Hunt Schaffer made a bequest in honor of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. William Hunt, for the purchase of a building to house the Library, on January 8, 1955, the Library dedicated the "Hunt Memorial Library Building". Since that time there have been two additions to the building. Wilbert Allen generously contributed to combine with The Hunt Fund to make an addition in 1963; the Library is housed with a multi-purpose room and offices in a third lower level.

It is located on Main Street, across from the Belmont County Courthouse. Holdings Library Usage Loan Periods & Late Fees / Fines for Materials *If a hold has been placed on an item it cannot be renewed. St Clairsville Public Library St Clairsville Belmont County Ohio Ohio Historical society

1951 NBA draft

The 1951 NBA draft was the fifth annual draft of the National Basketball Association. The draft was held on April 1951, before the 1951 -- 52 season. In this draft, ten remaining NBA teams took turns selecting amateur U. S. college basketball players. In each round, the teams select in reverse order of their win–loss record in the previous season; the Tri-Cities Blackhawks participated in the draft, but relocated to Milwaukee and became the Milwaukee Hawks prior to the start of the season. The draft consisted of 12 rounds comprising 87 players selected. Gene Melchiorre from Bradley University was selected first overall by the Baltimore Bullets. However, he never played in the NBA due to his involvement in a point shaving scandal while playing college basketball. Myer Skoog from University of Minnesota was selected before the draft as Minneapolis Lakers' territorial pick; the following list includes other draft picks. General Specific NBA Draft History