Sassanian (Persian) Golden Era - statue of Khosrau I (Reign 531-572), in Teheran, Iran. Khosrau I was known as the Philosopher King. The Sassanians created the foundation for the later Arabic translation movement to preserve Greek philosophy which in turn became an important part of the foundation for Scholasticism and the university system in the Medieval West.
British Museum - Highlight image Brass torc Iron Age, AD 50-200 From Lochar Moss, Dumfriesshire, Scotland A distinctive Scottish type of torc This type of torc or neck ring is very different to those found at Snettisham.
Egyptian God Horus. Also share s the same bday as Jesus also born of a virgin as well as many other similarities attributed to Jesus. One of many in fact to perpetuate the same Jesus story
James Shruder Tea Kettle 1749. His tea-kettle and coffee pot above made as a set by Shruder clearly show the same kind of characteristics of the Maynard Master. Much of the decoration is taken from ornamental engravings by the celebrated French designer Jacques de Lajoue (1686-1761). The sea-horse is from his Second livre de cartouches, published in Paris in 1734