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Tablette enregistrant des offrandes d'animaux pour des sacrifices à plusieurs divinités de Girsu, c. 2120 av. J.-C., Musée du Louvre.

An account of an offering of animals to various gods in Sumerian cuneiform; khipu are thought to have more information bits than cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs.

Cuneiform tablet impressed with cylinder seal: balanced account of barley Period:Ur III Date:ca. 2029 B. Geography:Mesopotamia, probably from Lagash (modern al Hiba) Culture:Neo-Sumerian Medium:Clay x x cm x 2 x 1 in.

one of the earliest forms of writing - Sumerian account of grain, bread, beer, butter and oil.  3,200 BCE

one of the earliest forms of writing - Sumerian account of grain, bread, beer, butter and oil.

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Votive plaque gold celebrating the construction of a platform for the god Shara by Queen irnun Bara-Umma, the Louvre.

Votive plaque in the shape of a beard, in gold, dedicated to Shara by Bara-Irnum, queen of the Sumerian city of Umma.The Louvre

Proof That Aliens Created Mankind Exists In Ancient Biblical Texts

Proof That Aliens Created Mankind Exists in Ancient Biblical Texts

Ancient texts predating the Hebrew Bible offer a very different version of the Story of Creation and reveal the scientific origin of mankind.

Triangular label impressed with stamp seal: for grain loan METROPOLITAN MIUSEUM  Period:     Neo-Assyrian Date:     ca. 7th century B.C. Geography:     Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture:     Assyrian Medium:     Clay

Triangular label impressed with stamp seal: for grain loan Period:Neo-Assyrian Date:ca. Geography:Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture:Assyrian Medium:Clay x x cm x 1 x in.

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Abydos, Carving, Egypt Pharaoh wearing the blue war crown and getting the breath of life from the ankh  held by one of the gods of Egypt.

Abydos, Carving, Egypt Pharaoh wearing the blue war crown and getting the breath of life from the ankh held by one of the gods of Egypt.

Phoenician Art

Phoenician Art

The ivory plaque from Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) northern Mesopotamia, Iraq. (The British Museum, London)

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