Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq - The Amorites and Hammurabi of Babylon
Abydos: Egyptian Tombs & Cult of Osiris
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Museum of Anatolian Civilizations
チャコ文化国立歴史公園 - Wikipedia
A Sumerian Copper Figure of a Deity, Uruk IV, circa 3300-3100 B.C. - Sotheby's
Queen Hatshepsut meaning Foremost of Noble Ladies 5th Pharaoh 18th Dynasty of Kemet.
Scarab Inscribed With the Name Aakheperenre (Thutmose II) Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Thutmose II Date: ca. 1492–1479 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Asasif, Tomb CC 37, Burial 59 D, Carnarvon/Carter 1911 Medium: Glazed steatite. "This scarab shows a reclining jackal, probably representing Anubis, with the prenomen of Thutmose II, Aakheperenre, above it."
Baalbek, Lebanon famous for its magnificent Roman temple ruins. It was a flourishing Phoenician town when the Greeks occupied it in 331 B.C. They renamed it "Heliopolis" (City of the Sun). It became a Roman colony. On its acropolis, over the next 3 centuries, the Romans constructed a monumental ensemble of 3 temples, 3 courtyards, & an enclosing wall built of the most gigantic stones ever crafted by man. Some believe that the construction can only be attributed to extra-terrestrial…
Etruscan painted terracotta acroterion of a warrior, from Caere | ca. 510 BCE From the Vigna Marini-Vitalini urban sanctuary, Caere.