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Roman Shield ~ "The winged sun is a symbol associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia" --wikipedia

Roman Shield ~ "The winged sun is a symbol associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia" --wikipedia

Great Excavations: Ivanov at Varna - The site, located on the outskirts of the Black Sea resort of Varna, was discovered accidentally when tractor operator Raicho Marinov was cutting a trench to lay an electric cable for a local factory. He suddenly noticed small squares of shiny yellow metal, bracelets of the same material, green-coloured artefacts, and flakes of flint.

Great Excavations: Ivanov at Varna - The site, located on the outskirts of the Black Sea resort of Varna, was discovered accidentally when tractor operator Raicho Marinov was cutting a trench to lay an electric cable for a local factory. He suddenly noticed small squares of shiny yellow metal, bracelets of the same material, green-coloured artefacts, and flakes of flint.

Darius the Great (550–486 BCE) Under his reign, the Persian Empire reached the pinnacle of its power and the fullest extent of its size.  His domain consisted of over 40 different ethnic tribes, and stretched from India to the Balkans covering almost three million square miles .

Darius the Great (550–486 BCE) Under his reign, the Persian Empire reached the pinnacle of its power and the fullest extent of its size. His domain consisted of over 40 different ethnic tribes, and stretched from India to the Balkans covering almost three million square miles .

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

Tomb-chapel of Nebamun Thebes, Egypt Late 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC (location Room 61 Bristish Museum)

Giant Griffin, Persian, circa 516-465 BC  Early references to griffins are found in ancient Persian and Egyptian mythology.

Giant Griffin, Persian, circa 516-465 BC Early references to griffins are found in ancient Persian and Egyptian mythology.

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, 2600–2500 b.c.; Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style  Excavated at “King’s Grave,” Ur, Mesopotamia  Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, 2600–2500 b.c.; Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style Excavated at “King’s Grave,” Ur, Mesopotamia Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian

The oldest water clock (or "clepsydra") known, the Egyptian "hourglass of Karnak," dating to around 1400 BC

The oldest water clock (or "clepsydra") known, the Egyptian "hourglass of Karnak," dating to around 1400 BC

Collection Of Historical Artifacts. So how come we are tough they are so primitive during that time. Artifacts are showing other wise.

Collection Of Historical Artifacts

Collection Of Historical Artifacts. So how come we are tough they are so primitive during that time. Artifacts are showing other wise.

Pazuzu / Assyrian insigniaAssyrian, 9th century BCE.    Insignia with head of Pazuzu (demon of the South-Eastern storms and bringer of disease). Upper row: protective deities; middle: fish-garbed priests surrounding a sickbed; below: Pazuzu chasing away Lamashtu, the demon of childbed fever.

Pazuzu / Assyrian insigniaAssyrian, 9th century BCE. Insignia with head of Pazuzu (demon of the South-Eastern storms and bringer of disease). Upper row: protective deities; middle: fish-garbed priests surrounding a sickbed; below: Pazuzu chasing away Lamashtu, the demon of childbed fever.

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