Astrolabe (by Kotomi_)

Vintage & Astrolabe – Ancient instrument for locating and predicting the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars. The earliest astrolabe was created 150 B. Was an indispensable tool of astronomers, navigators and astrologers. on imgfave

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Discovery of Great Importance from Ancient Babylon! The story of this discovery begins the summer of 2002, one of ranking official who owned a large private collection of artifacts from Mesopotamia which had never been made available to the academic...

Discovery of Great Importance from Ancient Babylon! The story of this discovery begins the summer of one of ranking official who owned a large private collection of artifacts from Mesopotamia which had never been made available to the academic.

Note this fish-man god is holding one of those mysterious "baskets" seen in ancient artifacts around the world, as well as the symbolic pine cone.

relief depicts a "fish-man" carrying a pinecone and bucket, symbols of purification.Temple of the storm god Adda, under Citadel of Aleppo

ica stones dinosaurs - Google Search a person would have to draw them 1000 a year for something like 50 years.

The 10 Most Not-So-Puzzling Ancient Artifacts: The Ica Stones

As we move on down the line of the 10 most not-so-puzzling ancient artifacts, we come to the Ica Stones. These are perhaps the most perplexing to me, since I don’t understand how anyone can l…

5 Mysterious Ancient Clues That Could Prove Aliens Exist [Video]

- UFOs & Aliens - Did aliens visit us thousands of years ago The presenter uses ancient artifacts in order prove the case. For instance, the misshapen skulls that .

"The Istanbul Rocket"   ×××   an ancient artifact that resembles a craft  or vehicle without wheels; and therefore, would not have been intended for land travel.  (???)

"Istanbul Rocket" (ancient artifact) ● no wheels, (not intended for land travel) opinions?

Detail of an Assyrian orthotast from the palace of Assunasirpal II in Nimrud, 884-860 B.C.

Assyrian relief, detail of an Assyrian orthotast from the palace of Assunasirpal II in Nimrud, B.

Period:  Neo-Assyrian  Date:  ca. 8th century B.C.  Geography:    Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu, IRAQ)  Culture:   Assyrian  1958, excavated by Sir Max Mallowan on behalf of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq and the Metropolitan Museum of Art; ceded to the British School of Archaeology in Iraq in the division of finds; acquired by the Museum in 1959, purchased from British School of Archaeology in Iraq

Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu, IRAQ) Culture: Assyrian excavated by Sir Max Mallowan on behalf of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq

#Minoan  --  Rock Crystal Rhyton  --  Excavated from the ancient Minoan Palace of Zakros in Crete  --  Circa 1450 BCE  --  Heraklion Archaeological Museum  --  Crete

Minoan -- Rock Crystal Rhyton -- Excavated from the ancient Minoan Palace of Zakros in Crete -- Circa 1450 BCE -- Heraklion Archaeological Museum -- Crete

Ancient Alien Artifacts  Re Artifacts and Ooparts Pointing to Ancient Civilizations

Artifacts and Ooparts Pointing to Ancient Civilizations. Looks just like a crop circle i saw in board. Look for the swirly one.

Mosaics from the 2nd century BC that were recently discovered in the ancient Greek city of Zeugma, located in the present-day Gaziantep in southern Turkey. The excavation of the ancient city of Zeugma, near the town of Nizip in Gaziantep Province, has uncovered some remnants of sculptures, coins, mosaics and more. Most of this year’s work took place on a hill known as Belkıs Tepe. “We found some parts of cult-related sculptures on Belkıs Tepe

2,000-Year-Old Mosaics Uncovered In Turkey Before Being Lost To Flooding

Beautiful uncovered Mosaic from Greece. Zeugma (Turquia) 2000 years old Mosaic from Bri

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