Cône d'Uru-KA-gina relatant les réformes de ce prince contre les abus des "jours anciens" Vers 2350 avant J.-C. Tello Argile cuite | http://cartelfr.louvre.fr/cartelfr/visite?srv=car_not_frame=9659=fr
Unsolved.... 3 of 4 cryptic messages have been solved, one is still being deciphered. One word is discovered; "Berlin". Click through for the interesting story.
Stele carved with a stylized human face. South Arabian characteristics, alabaster, South Arabian peninsula circa 3rd-1st century BCE
Georgia Guidestones Posted in Uncategorized by Heidi The Georgia Guidestones are a huge stonehenge-like arrangement of granite slabs erected in the early 1980s for mysterious reasons; the persons who commissioned the stones are unknown. Carved into their sides are statements in several languages to be used, presumably, as societal directives in the context of some sort of post-apocalyptic future-a reboot disk for human civilization.
Sei Shonagon, Notes de chevet
Russian wire coin minted during the reign of Dimitri Iwanowitch, 1604-1606. For sale at MCSearch.info for $4642.
Mary Ellen Long source: http://maryellenlongart.blogspot.com
Runestone U 73 - The Greece runestones are about 30 runestones containing information related to voyages made by Norsemen to the Byzantine Empire. They were made during the Viking Age until about 1100 and were engraved in the Old Norse language with Scandinavian runes.
A British reverend’s daughter named Barbara Johnson (1738-1825) kept a meticulous diary of the fabrics she used and details of the garments she made with them. The original diary is now a part of the Victoria Albert Museum’s collection. It was reproduced in the 1980s and published under the title A Lady of Fashion: Barbara Johnson’s Album of Styles and Fabrics.
In the mysterious Easter Islands where the moai stands, a set of glyphs have been discovered, called the Rongorongo. These glyphs have never been deciphered although they may contain clues concerning the huge heads found scattered around the island.