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17 Astonishing Photos That You must See, Prehistoric Archaeological Site in Shetland Scotland

Royal tomb of King Artaxerxes I., Achaemenid burial site Naqsh-e Rostam, Rustam near the archeological site of Persepolis, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Persia, Iran, Asia

An antique Jewish silver crown decorated with Hebrew inscriptions and the Star of David, part of religious ceremonies artifacts that were recovered by Egyptian authorities

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Paris, Louvre Antiquities Egypt 1290-1224 BC - Ramses II as a Child, Relief

Archeological find at foot of Mt. Hermon in Israel- Ninth century BCE, referring to the 'House of David' and the 'King of Israel'

Extraordinary Inlaid Garnet and Ruby Armlet or Bracelet (400 BC - 100) - Location of Origin: Asia

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The Pyramid of Meidum The pyramid at Meidum is thought to have been originally built for Huni, the last pharaoh of the Third Dynasty and was continued by Sneferu. Saqqara Egypt

Hampi – History etched in Stone Hampi is a UNESCO world heritage site situated on the banks of the river Tungabhadra in… http://itz-my.com

Top archaeological sites to visit in Athens Greece, including the Acropolis, Roman Agora, Hadrian's Arch etc

Joseph's tomb in Shechem. On 10/7/2000, Joseph's Tomb was destroyed by Muslims and declared a Muslim holy site.

Colossi of Memnon at the Necropolis of Thebes, Egypt, 1965. Photo by Eliot Elisofon. As you can see, the Nile has flooded at the time of this image.(Smithsonian)