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Native pottery shards Kentucky

Native pottery shards Kentucky

por el amor d mi vida YARISSA

por el amor d mi vida YARISSA

A calf and its shrine, Ashkelon, Middle Canaanite period, 16th century BCE Pottery and silver-plated bronze

The calf and its shrine Ashkelon Middle Canaanite period, century BCE Pottery and silver-plated bronze Statuette: H: cm; L: 11 cm Model shrine: H: 25 cm; W: 12 cm Israel Antiquities Authority

Ancient cemetery unearthed in Lebanon

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Mycenaean Period 1500 BC. Greek Vase Late Bronze Age

Mycenaean chariot krater, first half of century B. Found on Cyprus, Terracotta

Culture/People: Probably Late Mississippian Tradition (American Indian / First Nations). Object name: Bell Plain jar in the form of a frog. Date created: AD 1200-1400. Place: Blytheville; Mississippi County; Arkansas; USA. Media/Materials: Pottery. Techniques: Coiled/hand built, modeled.

Mississippian jar depicting a frog, AD Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas - Clay - Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

cave art

20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings

20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings (cave paintings, lascaux cave paintings, altamira cave paintings) - ODDEE

About 7000 years ago in what is now Southwest Germany, was a city called 'Herxheim', a city that was mysteriously abandoned. A few years ago, Dr. Bruno Boulestin and his team were investigating the region, when they hit a grave containing the bones of 500 people. The marks on the bones show that the bodies were skinned and had their flesh removed using techniques almost identical to those for butchering animals. One researcher suggested that some of the victims could even have been…

These artifacts and remains were found in an ancient city in Germany called Herxheim. The city dates back to years ago and the human remnants found show clear signs of flesh-stripping, which is a preparation for cannibalism.

Mère et l'enfant d'Altweis  Mother and Child of Altweis, Luxembourg  A Bell Beaker mother holds her child.  Her heading orientation is non-standard for Beakerwomen, however her heading is not without precedence in Beaker mother/child graves.  photograph:  C. Weber

Mère et l'enfant d'Altweis Mother and Child of Altweis, Luxembourg A Bell Beaker mother holds her child. Her heading orientation is non-standard for Beakerwomen, however her heading is not without precedence in Beaker mother/child graves. photograph: C. Weber

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