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Amphitheater in Cyprus

Amphitheater in Cyprus

New Evidence Supporting the Early (Biblical) Date of the Exodus and Conquest (Egyptian stone)

(Love it because they are able to make such discoveries that corroborate the Bible. Amen) New Evidence Supporting the Early (Biblical) Date of the Egyptian stone collaborates the time Century BC).

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 1. Yahweh inscription, c. 1400 BC

Heiroglyphic from Amun-temple in Soleb. In English: “land of the nomads, those of Yehua(w).

Babylonian Map - 600 BCE   This artifact was discovered in Iraq close to the Euphrates river in the late 1800s and first published (or written about) in 1899. It has been dated to around 600 BCE. This was the oldest known map for several decades until the Nippur map (see above) was finally published. The Babylonian Map is currently in the British Museum.

Collectible Antique Maps

Babylonian Map of the World: Incised on a clay tablet & dates to the century BC. It was discovered at Sippar, southern Iraq, 60 miles km) north of Babylon on the Euphrates River, & was published in The clay tablet resides at the British Museum.

Stonehenge

12 Monumentos mas misteriosos del mundo

Bible and Archaeology - Online Museum: 1. Yahweh inscription, c. 1400 BC

This photo displays a reproduction of the oldest known inscription of the name "Yahweh," the personal name of God (cf. Exodus The wri.

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Necklace circa 14-13th century BC, found at Mari, a flourishing city west of the Euphrates~

Timeless design: Necklace circa century BC, found at Mari, a flourishing city west of the Euphrates

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Wie nennt man solche Klamotten und wo kann man sie kaufen/bestellen? (BILDER UNTEN)

(1) The Golden Hat of Schifferstadt, found in 1835, circa 1400-1300 BCE.    (2) The Avanton Gold Cone,  near Poitiers in 1844, dated circa 1000-900 BCE.    (3) The Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch, near Nuremberg in 1953, circa 1000-900 BCE; the tallest known specimen at circa 90 centimetres.    (4) The Berlin Gold Hat, likely found in Swabia or Switzerland, dated circa 1000-800 BCE - Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Berlin, in 199

The Golden Hat of Schifferstadt, found in 1835 dated c BCE. The Avanton Gold Cone, found in dated c BCE. The Golden Cone of Ezelsdorf-Buch, found in dated c BCE; the tallest known specimen at circa 90 centimetres. The Berlin Gold Hat, dated c BCE;

Roman copy of Phidean goddess, restored as Demeter (Museo Pio-Clementina)

Demeter \ Hera Ancient Roman statue of Hera, formerly in the Barberini Collection, restored as Demeter by Gaspare Sibilla. This is a replica of a century BC Greek original from the school of Phidias. Exhibited in the “Sala Rotonda” (Round Hall).

Mithras rising from the rock  Right: Mithras born from the rock (marble, 180–192 AD), from the area of S. Stefano Rotondo, Rome. Sanskrit Mitra the name of a god praised in the Rig Veda. In Sanskrit, "mitra" means "friend" or "friendship".  The form mi-it-ra-, found in an inscribed peace treaty between the Hittites and the kingdom of Mitanni, from about 1400 BC.  Iranian "Mithra" and Sanskrit "Mitra" are believed to come from an Indo-Iranian word mitra meaning "contract, agreement, covenant"

Roman God Mithras born from the rock (petra genetrix), statue dedicated by…

Cuicuilco, the oldest pyramid in the world?Cuicuilco is an important archaeological site located on the southern shore of the Lake Texcoco in the southeastern Valley of Mexico, in what is today the borough of Tlalpan in Mexico City. The settlement goes back to 1400 BC.[

Cuicuilco, the oldest pyramid in the world?

"Cuicuilco is an important archaeological site located on the southern shore of the Lake Texcoco in the southeastern Valley of Mexico, in what is today the borough of Tlalpan in Mexico City. The settlement goes back to 1400 BC.

Tiryns is a Mycenaean site in Argolis in the Peloponnese. It was a hill fort with occupation ranging back seven thousand years, from before the beginning of the Bronze Age. It reached its height between 1400 and 1200 BC, when it was one of the most important centers of the Mycenaean world, and in particular in Argolis. Its most notable features were its palace, its cyclopean tunnels and especially its walls, which gave the city its Homeric epithet of "mighty walled Tiryns".

Palace of Tiryns, Greece, 1300 BCE (Late Helladic/Mycenaean Period) corbeled galleries, megalithic cyclopean masonry,

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