Golden Man

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Issyk Kurgan - "Golden Man"
... Saka (Scythian) prince or princess, interred with warrior's equipment, variously dubbed "golden man" or "golden princess", and with rich funerary goods, including 4,000 gold ornaments ... The "golden man" was adopted as one of the symbols of modern Kazakhstan ... A likeness of the "golden man" crowns the Independence Monument on the central square of Almaty ...
Silk Road Transmission Of Buddhism - Buddhism in Apocryphal Traditions - Han Dynasty - Emperor Wu and The Golden Man
... Huo defeated the people of prince Xiutu 休屠 (in modern day Gansu) and "captured a golden (or gilded) man used by the King of Hsiu-t'u to worship Heaven." Xiutu's son. 6th century) A New Account of the Tales of the World claims this golden man was more than ten feet high, and Emperor Wu of Han (r ...
List Of Films Or Television Series Based On Philip K. Dick Material
1953 Short story Paycheck 2003 John Woo – – The Golden Man 1954 Short story Next 2007 Lee Tamahori – – Adjustment Team 1954 Short story The ... Solar Lottery Mary and the Giant The World Jones Made Eye in the Sky The Man Who Japed A Time for George Stavros Pilgrim on the Hill The Broken Bubble Puttering About in a Small Land Nicholas and the Higs ... Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch The Zap Gun The Penultimate Truth Deus Irae The Unteleported Man The Ganymede Takeover Counter-Clock World Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ...
Midas (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Malcolm J. Meriwell
... Meriwell Notable aliases Midas the Golden Man Malcolm J ... Donning the alias of Midas the Golden Man and working out of Harrison's discothèque the Hot Spot, Malcolm started to get some inner circle kids to be addicted to his drugs in a plot to wipe out ... Her cries attracted the attention of Spider-Man who subdued them ...

Famous quotes containing the words man and/or golden:

    The sun, the hero of every day, the impersonal old man that beams as brightly on death as on birth, came up every morning and raced across the blue dome and dipped into the sea of fire every evening. Water ran down hill and birds nested.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)

    Fondnesse it were for any being free,
    To covet fetters, though they golden bee.
    Edmund Spenser (1552?–1599)