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Hittite silver ceremonial drinking vessel in shape of fist (14th century BCE). Along the cuff is inlaid a procession of musicians. On display at MFA, Boston
Instructions of Shuruppak dating back to 3,000 BCE. This is one of the oldest known works of literature in human history
one of the earliest forms of writing - Sumerian account of grain, bread, beer, butter and oil. 3,200 BCE
History of Ancient Egypt. ~ (This is helpful. I sure can't keep track.)
The flattened skull and jewelry of Queen Puabi just as it was found in her tomb at Ur in Sumeria
Nippur Map 1400 BCE The oldest known map ever found.
Terracotta plaque of a magical spirit with water flowing inexhaustibly from a vase. Old Babylonian 2000-1750 BCE from Ur
Helmeted head | Etruscan,6th cent. BCE
The Earliest Printing was Stamped into Soft Clay in Mesopotamia (Circa 2,291 BCE – 2,254 BCE)