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Stoneware bombs, known in Japanese as Tetsuhau (iron bomb), or in Chinese as Zhentianlei (heaven-shaking thunder), excavated from Takashima shipwreck, 13th c. Mongol invasions of Japan
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கொல்லியம்பாவை Nov 9
The bilingual issued by in 100 BCE, having the name of the king in & on both sides. Proof & were the official administrative languages of the great dynasty ruling India contrary to claims that Sanskrit was!
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Jason (Agent Palmer) Stershic 3h
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Archeology Nov 10
Nabta Playa a , bronze age stone circle with links to Niger and Ethiopia, and construction calculations similiar with ones used on pyramids.
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myrmekochoria 6h
Relief from Assyrian capital of Dur Sharrukin, showing transport of Lebanese cedar, Assyria 713-716 BCE
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Michelle Mollineaux 1h
Xunantunich meaning “maiden of the rock” or “stone woman” in Maya, is situated on the Western Highway across the river from the village of San Jose Succotz. @ Mayan Ruins at Xunantunich
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Mattia Fochesato 10h
great news! Amy Bogaard and I we'll be organizing a session on "Ancient and Prehistoric Inequality" at the in Paris!!! More details to come!
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𝐿𝑜𝓊𝒾𝓈𝒶 Nov 12
Absolutely love Find it educational and fascinating. To think how long these artefacts have been lost only to provide us with so much new information! I love it 😀
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istockhistory Nov 13
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Jane Goodman Nov 13
everyone should take the opportunity to see Neil Oliver. So fascinating. We already loved history but love it even more now and intend to visit as many of those 100 places as possible in the future. Thank you!
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Archeology Nov 11
How did they measure the stars separation distances?
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Witold Piotr Nowak Nov 7
Carbon dating of the keto dieters will be quite hard due to their diet minimising consumption of carbohydrates. A future archeologist upon an examination of the bones (C14) will exclaim something like: "This human ate too few carbs to tell the age of the remains!".🙂
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கொல்லியம்பாவை Nov 7
Another river based civilization on the banks of Thenpennai !
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Ness of Brodgar Excavations Nov 9
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myrmekochoria Nov 10
The Gebel el-Arak knife (Elephant ivory, flint), 3450 BCE. And detail with Mesopotamian king as Master of Animals
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Four Colour Print Group 3h
It's ! So let's throw this Thursday way back into mists of & take a look at this stunning beauty from our friends . THE WHITE MURAL even comes with a folded poster reproduction! 💯📖
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Wokenmind Nov 12
Miss this post? The Search For The Theory Of Everyth
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myrmekochoria Nov 12
Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a ram, Achaemenid 5th century BCE
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ContempraINN🌹 4h
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Richa Jain Nov 9
evidences made sure we got our Ramjanambhoomi back. SC notes that archeological evidences are non-disputable. :)
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