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#Ancient #Tattoos: Archaeologists find Blood and Pigments on 3,000-Year-Old Obsidian

Female head Neo-Assyrian,ca 8th-7th cent.BC Mesopotamia,Nimrud Ivory Metropolitan Museum

calcite venus of tursac from the gravettian culture - 25000 bc

#Archaeologists discover a prehistoric #brewery in #China dating back 5,000 years

Pazyryk Culture, 5th century BC The Hermitage Museum

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Italy's Oldest Ruins: 5 Fascinating Prehistoric Sites

Some 2,000 years before Pompeii was destroyed, Mt. Vesuvius blew. The eruption is dubbed the Avellino eruption. ... One Bronze Age village, Nola, at Croce del Papa in Campania, was “frozen in time,” complete with huts, pottery, and footprints of fleeing inhabitants. Even furniture was preserved. This unprecedented find was one of the most important for Bronze Age archaeology in the world!...

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

9,000-Year-Old #Skeletons Found in #Jordan had been Dismembered, Sorted, and Buried in Homes

An oblong crystal found in the wreck of a 16th-century English warship is a sunstone, a near-mythical navigational aid said to have been used by Viking mariners

Archaeologists Discover 2,000-Year-Old Smoke Absorbing Lamps in Chinese Tomb. #china