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The ancient Sumerians invented cuneiform, shown here on a clay tablet documenting barley rations issued monthly to adults and children. The language may have died out as a result of a 200-year drought 4,200 years ago.

The ancient Sumerians invented cuneiform, shown here on a clay tablet documenting barley rations issued monthly to adults and children. The language may have died out as a result of a 200-year drought 4,200 years ago.

Sumerian Amulet in the shape of a Frog, c. 3500 BCE

Sumerian Amulet in the shape of a Frog, c. 3500 BCE

4.000 jaar oude tablet werpt nieuw licht over Ark van Noach - De Standaard

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Assyrian Calendar - Ashur 1800BC An Akkadian calendar tablet discovered in 1910 by Walter Andrae, who led the 1908 German expedition on the ancient site of Ashur.

Assyrian Calendar - Ashur 1800BC An Akkadian calendar tablet discovered in 1910 by Walter Andrae, who led the 1908 German expedition on the ancient site of Ashur.

Scholars believe the Hongshan culture of Neolithic China, established some 6,500 years ago, may be the earliest Chinese kingdom. Now, in an attempt to gain insight into this ancient and mysterious culture, a team of researchers has investigated a region called the Hunshandake Sandy Lands of Inner Mongolia, where they found many Hongshan artifacts.

Scholars believe the Hongshan culture of Neolithic China, established some 6,500 years ago, may be the earliest Chinese kingdom. Now, in an attempt to gain insight into this ancient and mysterious culture, a team of researchers has investigated a region called the Hunshandake Sandy Lands of Inner Mongolia, where they found many Hongshan artifacts.

Mesoamerican cosmos

Mesoamerican cosmos

Archaeologists have discovered an unknown language dating back 2,500 years to the days of the Assyrian Empire, after a clay tablet was unearthed at an ancient site in Ziyaret Tepe, Turkey, The book contained a list of woman's names, most of which belong to a so-far unidentified language / Archaeology

Archaeologists have discovered an unknown language dating back 2,500 years to the days of the Assyrian Empire, after a clay tablet was unearthed at an ancient site in Ziyaret Tepe, Turkey, The book contained a list of woman's names, most of which belong to a so-far unidentified language / Archaeology

The Oldest Cookbook in the World, clay Babylonian tablet, inscribed in Akkadian. It dates to ca. 1750 BC (the time of Hammurabi) and contains the oldest known cooking recipes.

The Oldest Cookbook in the World, clay Babylonian tablet, inscribed in Akkadian. It dates to ca. 1750 BC (the time of Hammurabi) and contains the oldest known cooking recipes.

Estudos sobre a Civilização Romana: "Os Etruscos" - Gran Circo Pravda

Estudos sobre a Civilização Romana: "Os Etruscos" - Gran Circo Pravda

People of the Old Babylonian Period (1,900–1,700 B.C.E.) fully understood the principles of the "Pythagorean Theorem" 1300 years before Greek Pythagoras was born.

People of the Old Babylonian Period (1,900–1,700 B.C.E.) fully understood the principles of the "Pythagorean Theorem" 1300 years before Greek Pythagoras was born.

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