When it comes to individual karate styles; Shotokan involves long, deep stances and powerful long range techniques. Shito-ryu, on the other hand, uses more upright stances and stresses speed rather than power in its long and middle range techniques. Wado-ryu too employs shorter, more natural stances and the style is characterised by the emphasis on body shifting to avoid attacks. Kyokushin, a hard style, involves breaking more often than the other styles and full contact, knockdown sparring as a main part of its training.  Goju-ryu places emphasis on Sanchin kata and its rooted Sanchin stance, and it features grappling and close-range techniques. 
"By the end of 16 century finds its way to Europe majolica. Having a porous cerepkom containing iron and lime, but white earthenware clay tiled or mass, it is covered with two glazes on: opaque, containing of a Tin and a transparent shiny glazed. Majolica is originally from zaal'pijskih countries is called faânsom. Decor wrote majolike on wet icing before to burn the product at a temperature of about 1000° c. Paints for the painting have the same chemical composition as glaze, but an essential part of these oxides of metals that can withstand high heat (Naz. fireproof paint-blue, green, yellow and purple). Only since the 18 century turned to so-called mufel'nym paints, which have already been nakosilis' away the glaze, and with their help, especially on porcelain, reach-it.
Named after the metal which made it prosperous, the Bronze Age period witnessed a host of wonderful metalwork made from many different materials. This form of metallugy is exemplified by two extraordinary masterpieces: The "Ram in the Thicket" ( BCE, British Museum, London) a small Iraqi sculpture made from gold-leaf, copper, lapis lazuli, and red limestone; and The "Maikop Gold Bull" ( BCE, Hermitage, St Petersburg) a miniature gold sculpture of the Maikop Culpture, North Caucasus, Russia. See also: Assyrian art (-612 BCE) and Hittite art (-1180 BCE). The period also saw the emergence of Chinese bronzeworks (from BCE), in the form of bronze plaques and sculptures often decorated with Jade, from the Yellow River Basin of Henan Province, Central China.