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Amazing fact’s about the thing’s which is hard to believe and yet true indeed, Thanks to Johnson Smith to sending them in ! Kudos Man Tell us which is the best for you ? You wanted to see the picture of that aswell don’t you ? 🙂

Ica Stone Carvings with Humans Interacting with strange animals that look like dinosaurs?

Ica Stone Carvings with Humans Interacting with strange animals that look like dinosaurs?

Recently Destroyed 7th* Century BC Assyrian Statue,  Photo c1850 Photo from the mid-9th c excavation of the colossal statues at the Nergal Gate of the ancient city of Nineveh. One of two winged bull-men (aka lamassu) that guarded one of the entrances to Nineveh dated to the time of King Sennacherib*. Named for the Mesopotamian god Nergal, the gate was possibly used for ceremonial purposes since it is the only known gate flanked by sculptures of winged bull-men. Believed to be protective…

Recently Destroyed 7th* Century BC Assyrian Statue, Photo c1850 Photo from the mid-9th c excavation of the colossal statues at the Nergal Gate of the ancient city of Nineveh. One of two winged bull-men (aka lamassu) that guarded one of the entrances to Nineveh dated to the time of King Sennacherib*. Named for the Mesopotamian god Nergal, the gate was possibly used for ceremonial purposes since it is the only known gate flanked by sculptures of winged bull-men. Believed to be protective…

An Aztec/Mexica gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl, Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), Mexico.  Ahuizotl became king in the year 7 Rabbit (1486) and became the greatest known military leader of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, responsible for much of the expansion of the Mexica domain.

An Aztec/Mexica gold pendant from the tomb of Ahuizotl, Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City), Mexico. Ahuizotl became king in the year 7 Rabbit (1486) and became the greatest known military leader of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, responsible for much of the expansion of the Mexica domain.

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