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Picture of man in a yoga posture, from Indus Valley Civilization (3300–1300 BC)

"Unicorn" seal, Harappa. They used seals when they traded in the Indus Valley. we have found the seals in many other cities around the Indus Valley

Pottery vase 2500-2000 BC The Indus Valley was a Bronze age civilization (3300-1300 BCE) in the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. It spread over 1,260,000 km, making it the largest known ancient civilization.

The oldest and most populated city of the ancient Assyrian Empire, Nineveh, sat on the eastern bank of the Tigris river. The city is first mentioned about 1800 BC as a center of worship of Ishtar whose cult was responsible for the city's early importance. A statue of the goddess was sent to Amenhotep III, Pharaoh of Egypt in the 14th century BC by orders of the king of Mitanni.

Fremont culture is recognized in Utah from about AD 500 until the great drought around 1300. The prominent culture of the Green River basin and some adjacent areas is Fremont culture

Minoa. The Bull was a central theme in the Minoan civilization, with bull heads and bull horns used as symbols in the Knossos palace. Minoan frescos and ceramics depict the bull-leaping ritual in which participants of both sexes vaulted over bulls by grasping their horns. Crete For the Greeks, the bull was strongly linked to the Bull of Crete: Theseus of Athens had to capture the ancient sacred b...See More

Compare the 12,000 year old Armenian rock carving below with the Native American cave wall illustrations in Sego Canyon, Utah that date back to 5,000 B.C. Are the similarities between them merely a coincidence? Tell us what you think below.

Bronze statues of the Viking gods - ODIN

Sumer: The original Black civilization of Iraq Four faced god