History Unknown Pharaoh's Remains Identified in Egypt History Archeologists excavating at the site of Abydos, an ancient city that stood some 300 miles south of where Cairo is today, have discovered the tomb of a previously unknown pharaoh, King...
Clay plaques at The Israel Museum, made 1,500 years before the Kama Sutra, display graphically that Old Babylonian culture held an ‘exalted’ view of sex (Ancient Babylonians weren't shy about how they celebrated their pleasure.
Excavations among what many scholars consider to be the world's oldest monumental buildings on the island of Malta continue to unveil surprises and raise new questions about the significance of these megalithic structures and the people who built them. Not least is the latest find - a small but rare, crescent-moon shaped agate stone featuring a 13th-century B.C.E. cuneiform inscription, the likes of which would normally be found much farther east in Mesopotamia.
Led by palaeontology professor Alberto Cazzella of the University of Rome "La Sapienza", the archaeological team found the inscribed stone in the sancturary site of Tas-Silg, a megalithic temple built during the late Neolithic period, and which has been used for various religious and ceremonial purposes by the ancients from the third millennium BC to the Byzantine era. The inscription was translated as a dedication to the Mesopotamian moon god Sin, the father of Ninurta who, for centuries, was the main deity worshiped far to the east in the city of Nippur in Mesopotamia. Nippur was considered a holy city and a pilgrimage site with a scribal school that generated literary texts.
Franklin students learn cuneiform The Advertiser News South FRANKLIN — After completing a unit on Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent, students in fifth grade classes at Franklin Borough School created cuneiform writing tablets.
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