Egyptians February 14, 2013 at 4:37 am
The use of the fan goes back to the remotest antiquity. Ostrich feather fans met at the time of the Pharaohs in Egypt. The Duster, precursor of the range already existed in monuments of the 18th and 14th A.c.. The Egyptians used the abanios with a very long handle, made of sheets of Palm or feathers of different kinds and colors. The range was the air-cooled Pharaoh, breathed and turn guarded of flying insects, the sacred offerings of the temples. In China, the dynasty who reigned twelve centuries B.C. used fans to protect wind and dust to the emperors. For the elaboration of not folding fans, the Chinese used natural flowers and resistant leaves, fragrant substances impregnated paper, yellow bamboo, dyed silks, etc.
A Chinese legend that the daughter of a mandarin Kan if a night attending the Festival of torches. All women who relentlessly to the feast, should cover their faces with a small mask. The young Kan if, not and can resist the sweltering heat that felt, took off the mask, but at the same time did not believe prudent to expose his face, so agitated with high-speed mask to become wind with it, but keeping it very close to the face. The movement of the mask was so rapid that this man came to constitute a kind of veil. Other women attending the Party (approximately one diezmil), magnificent found the idea of the daughter of mandarin; and following his example masks that stirred removed close to their faces to mitigate the hot. In Rome and Greece already existed the range between objects which formed the team of ladies, like umbrellas. In ancient Greece was paid great attention, the fan a newly married his wife while this slept. It was an act so estimated that with him it was enough to achieve forgiveness of any crime. I invite you to know where you will find quality checked for your personal development articles and spiritual: labor output, computing, languages, sports, health, painting, entertainment and more.