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Exploration Document Draft Hope A Tremblay HUM200 Cultural Artifacts The Mona Lisa was started in 1503 and completed in 1517 during the Italian Renaissance. The woman in the picture is known as Lisa del Giocondo who is an Italian noblewoman and member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany. Leonardo painted the Mona Lisa when he was living in Florence,Italy and now hangs in the Louvre Museum, in Paris, where it remains the worlds most famous painting. The Bust of Nefertiti was sculpted in 1345 BCE in the era of Ancient Egypt. It is a painted stucco over limestone and it is located in Neues Museum, Berlin. This is a sculptor of Queen Nefertiti the great royal wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten, who ruled the Eighteenth Dynasty of the New Kingdom period of Ancient Egypt. The sculptor was crafted in thermoses' workshop in Amarna, Egypt. Common Theme The theme that I am going to use is the theme of feminine beauty and empowering women in a universal concept that impacts women across the globe. It encourages women to stand up for their beliefs, be leaders, and not be dominated by a male figure. It also reinforces the true beauty and wht is naturally inside women. Personal Experience As being a woman myself, the Mona Lisa and the Bust of Nefertiti are powerful female figures. They both empower me by being independant powerful woman along with being a mother and 1
wife. They are role models for the younger generations as they grow to show them that you can be a woman and very powerful. Profession As a woman in the work field, an empowering career would be being a CEO at any company. Woman have developed a strong network and obtain valuable skills that have helped a woman reach CEO status in any career. An empowered woman will gain trust from her employees in order for them to trust her guidance. A woman needs to act as a leader any carry herself with confidence.

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