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21 November, 2023 - 17:57
Alexander the Great Temple Proclaiming Him Divine Unearthed In Iraq
One of the last acts by Alexander the Great before dying at the tender age of 32 might have been dedicating a Greek temple to honor ancient gods and confirm his own divine status. This is according...
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18 November, 2023 - 21:57
Sumerian Anti-Armageddon Device 4,000 Years Older Than Believed
Drone mappers identified a 19 kilometer (12-mile) long canal in rural Iraq. Built over it, archaeologists excavated what was at first thought to be a bizarre-shaped temple. However, it turns out that...
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3 November, 2023 - 21:59
Sumerians Used Straws to Drink Beer from Shared Vessels!
In the quest to uncover the everyday lives of ancient civilizations, archaeologists have stumbled upon some fascinating finds. Among these intriguing artifacts are the beer pots of ancient Sumer ,...
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17 October, 2023 - 15:04
How Sumerian Tablets Told the Story of The Great Flood
The world's first known flood myth can be traced back to the Sumerians around 2000 BC. Sumerian tablets recount captivating tales of human beginnings, the creation of mankind, and the profound...
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18 August, 2023 - 16:17
Mesopotamia’s Ur, A City Of Ziggurat Temples, Royal Tombs And Death Pits
Where the Euphrates River once opened its mouth into the Persian Gulf, on the southern floodplain of Mesopotamia, lies Ur, dating from the Ubaid period, circa (6500 -3800 BC), and host to the...
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12 August, 2023 - 14:25
Lajia Noodles: Unraveling the Enigma of the World's Oldest Culinary Delights
Have you ever pondered the origins of your beloved noodle dishes? From the picturesque shores of northern Italy to the tantalizing Pho bowls in Vietnam and the delectable Niu Rou Mian in Taiwan...
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10 August, 2023 - 22:56
Enmebaragesi, the Semi-Mythical King of Kish
Sumer is regarded by many scholars as the cradle of human civilization. Its history - although veiled in enigma - is so intriguing and offers a wealth of new discoveries. From the first writing...
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6 August, 2023 - 18:54
Naram-Sin: The Conqueror-King of Ancient Akkad
Naram-Sin, the conqueror king of the Akkadian Empire, looms large in the ancient annals of Mesopotamia. His reign in the 23rd century BC marked a period of military conquests and cultural...
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3 August, 2023 - 14:55
Bask in the Beauty and Melody of the Ancient Mesopotamian Lyres of Ur
It is unknown which culture was the first to create music, but a set of beautiful Sumerian instruments from the city of Ur provide us with some insight into the world of ancient music. Over 4,000...
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31 July, 2023 - 14:59
Sumerians Invented the System of Time 5,000 Years Ago – And We Still Use It Today!
One might find it curious that we divide the hours into 60 minutes and the days into 24 hours – why not a multiple of 10 or 12? Put quite simply, the answer is because the inventors of time did not...
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