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Uplistsikhe - Archaeological excavations have revealed extraordinary artifacts of different eras

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Collignoniceras woollgari regulare

Collignoniceras woollgari regulare

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Cooperoceras texanum | Fossil nautiloid from the collections @NMNH.

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Neolithic Stone Balls.

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Very Old Hardwood Mask - Collected Papua New Guinea 1960's

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Statuette Zoomorphic, Ram, Israel, Late Chalcolithic, Limestone, [Chalcothic Period in the Near East: 3600-1200 B.C.]

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Stonehenge, England, United Kingdom

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Ancient megalithic sites of Ireland. Found at knowth, Co. Meath, Ireland.

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Ginkgo bilboa Fossil Plant Leaf

Ginkgo bilboa Fossil Plant Leaf

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Pre-Columbian Colima Flutes (2)

Pre-Columbian Colima Flutes (2) : Lot 531

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Sumerian cuneiform-inscribed baked clay coins C.2900BC The National Museum, Baghdad

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Granite weight in the form of a duck | Kingdom of Lagash, about 2150-2000 BC. Probably from southern Iraq

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The symbol of life and energy, also associated with abundance and prosperity, is carved inside the 5000 year-old Newgrange passage mound in County Meath, Ireland.  Earth works such as Newgrange have been proven to be ancient solar observatories, whose construction can be said to symbolize the womb of the Goddess.  At Newgrange, the male solar deity in the form of light, penetrates the interior of the mound through a long tunnel once a year at the winter solstice.  The concept of triplism…

Historic Impressions Products: Irish and Celtic Artifacts

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Mehrgarh: The Lost Civilisation [1 of 4]

From area of present day Balochistan, 6,000-3,000 BC

Mehrgarh: The Lost Civilisation [1 of 4]

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Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys, West Australia: Bradshaw Paintings, named after the Joseph Bradshaw who was the first European to discover them in 1891. Scientists believe they are 17,000 years old.

Aboriginal Art of the Kimberleys

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Prehistory Enigmatic Stone Burial Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Farrell Grehan

Wales - Photo by Farrell Grehan on Fine Art America

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Iron Age shoes (ca. 400 BCE to 400 CE) found in European bog

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Detail of a carving at Newgrange, Ireland.

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Newgrange. Ireland.

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Drumcarbit Rock Art, Malin, Co. Donegal

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Turf Maze, Town of Saffron Walden, England, ca 1699. The most famous and one of the best preserved ancient turf mazes in the UK. Sacred Geometry <3

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perspective in neolithic grave

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Bronze Age stoneworks located on the Woodhouse Crag on the northern edgge of Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire, UK

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Irish countryside, Ballykeel dolmen

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Callanish Standing Stones. Isle of Lewis, Scotland. Source post: Ancient Celts

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