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Uruk/Warka Excavation in 1929/30 © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Orient Abteilung

Uruk/Warka Excavation in 1929/30 © Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Orient Abteilung

Laser survey at Stonehenge

Laser scan shows circle's secrets

Researchers using laser technology at Stonehenge uncover evidence which show the importance of the mid-winter sunset to its creators.

Workers carried ‘Noah’ out of the digging site  http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/scientists-rediscover-noah-6500-year-old-skeleton-who-survived-great-flood

The rediscovery of ‘Noah’, a 6,500-year-old skeleton, who survived a Great Flood

The Earliest Printing was Stamped into Soft Clay in Mesopotamia (Circa 2,291 BCE – 2,254 BCE) : HistoryofInformation.com

The Earliest Printing was Stamped into Soft Clay in Mesopotamia (Circa BCE – BCE). The earliest printing was the stamping of inscriptions into the soft clay of bricks before firing, done under the rule of the Sumerian king Naram-Sîn of Akkad

Stèle de victoire de Sargon, roi d'Akkad   Epoque d'Akkad, vers 2300 avant J.-C.   Diorite  H. : 91 cm. ; L. : 66 cm. ; Pr. : 47 cm.    Apportée à Suse, Iran, en butin de guerre au XIIe siècle avant J.-C.

Stèle de victoire de Sargon, roi d'Akkad Epoque d'Akkad, vers 2300 avant J.-C. Diorite H. : 91 cm. ; L. : 66 cm. ; Pr. : 47 cm. Apportée à Suse, Iran, en butin de guerre au XIIe siècle avant J.-C.

P1050576 Louvre Oblélisque de Manishtusu rwk - Manishtushu Obelisk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The stele of Manishtusu, Akkad

Sceau-cylindre de Ishma-ilum prince de Kisik. Héros nu maîtrisant deux lions ; sous l'inscription, l'aigle léontocéphale attaquant le taureau léontocéphale. vers 2450 avant J.-C.

Sceau-cylindre de Ishma-ilum prince de Kisik. Héros nu maîtrisant deux lions ; sous l'inscription, l'aigle léontocéphale attaquant le taureau léontocéphale. vers 2450 avant J.-C.

Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between 22-28 September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq. British Museum, London. BM 41462

Observation of Haley’s Comet, recorded in Cuneiform on a clay tablet between September 164 BCE, Babylon, Iraq (British Museum, London)

The Babylonian cuneiform tablet with recipes for bird pies (1700 BC). Courtesy of Yale Babylonian Collection

3700 Year-old Cookbook! -- A Babylonian Cuneiform Tablet With Recipes For Bird Pies -- 1700 BCE -- Courtesy of Yale Babylonian Collection

享樂坊 - 分享所有的歡樂! - 全球三十四件至今無法用科學解釋的神秘事件!!!

Stonehenge - has been digitally laser scanned to reveal secrets of the past

Mesopotamian Pharmacopeia...  One of the oldest known ancient Mesopotamian medical texts is a collection of 15 prescriptions, written in Sumerian, on a clay tablet, which dates from the Ur III period, or Sumerian Renaissance. It was excavated at the site of the ancient city of Nippur in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), and is preserved in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. (copy of original tablet)

A reproduction of one of the oldest known Mesopotamian medical texts, dating from the Ur III period.

bulle-enveloppe avec empreinte de sceau (oiseaux) Suse. 3300 av JC.

bulle-enveloppe avec empreinte de sceau (oiseaux) Suse. 3300 av JC.

Anonyme - Art perse - Palais d'Asurbanipal (Ninive) : la Chasse au lion - British Museum, Londres

Anonyme - Art perse - Palais d'Asurbanipal (Ninive) : la Chasse au lion - British Museum, Londres

Nimrud archaeological site. Nimrod was a very significant man in ancient times, the grandson of Ham and great-grandson of Noah. Nimrod started his kingdom at Babylon (Gen. 10:10). Babylon later reached its zenith under Nebuchadnezzar (sixth century BC). Pictured above are mudbrick ruins of Nebuchadnezzar’s city along with ancient wall lines and canals in modern day Iraq. —(ABR file photo)

An excavation site in the ancient city of Calah, which is now known as Nimrud, Iraq,

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