Stunning pieces. Just stunning.
No word if they spotted any legionaries who didn’t know that the empire was over.
As far back as Corona, wow.
ETA: the satellites. Which had amazing technology. Not the virus.
Canopic jars, even
A much later, colossal predynastic Egyptian statue of the fertility god Min:
Colossal pre-dynastic (3850-3650 BCE) limestone statue of the Egyptian fertility God Min as found by Flinders Petrie and brought back to Oxford Ashmolean Museum. Pre-dynastic artifacts are relatively rare. The temple itself consisted of mud brick and wooden columns, which are now largely eroded. via
From Feb. but fascinating
Looks like a relative of yours!
And technically a distant relative of yours!
Yes, albeit a much later descendant My avi is of course from Tutankhamon’s Anubis statue.
LOL LOL LOL
LOL Indeed! I like black ees puppers, doubtless b/c longtime Anubis fan.
Horemheb’s tomb included an almost carbon copy of Tut’s Anubis, but badly damaged by tomb robbers:
Photo by Harry Burton, who also photographed Tut’s tomb, the work in it as it was ongoing, and all the items as they were recorded.
The Holy Hand Axe of Antioch?
Astoundingly, the age of these stones was estimated to be around 9,000 years, predating the construction of England’s Stonehenge by a staggering 4,000 years. To provide context, this was a period following the end of the Ice Age and the formation of Grand Traverse Bay, when the lake bed had yet to be submerged.