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Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite orthostat with a releif sculpture of Bull Men from The legend of Gilgamesh , Karkamis - Turkey. | © Paul E Williams 2013

Picture & image of a Neo-Hittite orthostat with a releif sculpture of Bull Men from The legend of Gilgamesh , Karkamis, Turkey.

Etruscan Praenestine cista with engravings of the Dioscuri and the Judgment of Paris, 4th century B.C.

Etruscan Praenestine cista with engravings of the Dioscuri and the Judgment of Paris, century B. Cistae were containers used to safeguard precious objects, including mirrors, perfume flasks and cosmetics.

RARE ETRUSCAN BRONZE BOSS, ca. 6th-5th century BC. The bronze boss for funerary use with the molded head of a facing lion with a ring in its mouth.

RARE ETRUSCAN BRONZE BOSS, ca. The bronze boss for funerary use with the molded head of a facing lion with a ring in its mouth.

Templos Malta Mnajdra Temple

Templos Malta Mnajdra Temple

Bagasra ancient Unicorn Seal in Box 10. Unique Unicorn Seal as part of some sort of container found at Gola Dhoro.

Bagasra ancient Unicorn Seal in Box Unique Unicorn Seal as part of some sort of container found at Gola Dhoro.

Head of a girl, from the Palace of Knossos, Minoan, 1700-1400 BC (plaster)

Head of a girl, from the Palace of Knossos, Minoan, 1700-1400 BC (plaster)

Seal -8, Harappan Civilization, C- 2700-2000 BC | by Mukul Banerjee (www.mukulbanerjee.com)

Seal -8, Harappan Civilization, C- 2700-2000 BC | by Mukul Banerjee (www.mukulbanerjee.com)

Seal -11, Harappan Civilization, C- 2700-2000 BC | by Mukul Banerjee (www.mukulbanerjee.com)

Seal -11, Harappan Civilization, C- 2700-2000 BC | by Mukul Banerjee (www.mukulbanerjee.com)

Statuette of an Assyrian king. Baltic amber with gold breastplate. Near Eastern…

Statuette of an Assyrian king, century BCE, amber with gold. (this was around the time the Israelites were taken into Babylon, the Assyrian king also took Israelites shortly after)

Home - New discovery in Indus seals

Home - New discovery in Indus seals

A Minoan bee smoker (1700-1450 B.C.) Honey was an important commodity for the Minoans. Linear B tablets testify to this important agricultural industry. A smoking terracotta piece was displayed which served the purpose of quietening the hive with the introduction of smoke. It was found in the 'House of Sacrificed Oxen'

The Stream of Time: The Minoans: The Common People - A Minoan bee smoker from the House of Sacrificed Oxen at Knossos, BCE

Amazing Cyprus: Tombs of the Kings, Paphos, Cyprus - these were amazing.

Amazing Cyprus: Tombs of the Kings, Paphos, Cyprus