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TRAJAN'S COLUMN - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April 2015.

Trajan's Column - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April

lasma scarab from Falerii (Etruria). Herakles wrestles with the river god Acheloos, who has a serpent tail, grasping his horn. A dolphin behind, indicating the watery setting.  Berlin F 136; AGDS II, no. *. 19mm. AGGems no. 74.

lasma scarab from Falerii (Etruria). Herakles wrestles with the river god Acheloos, who has a serpent tail, grasping his horn. A dolphin behind, indicating the watery setting. Berlin F AGDS II, no. AGGems no.

Cráneo de Dmanisi, el más antiguo y completo del  Homo erectus, hallado en 2005 | http://esmateria.com/2013/10/17/un-craneo-para-unirnos-a-todos/

An analysis of a complete hominid skull found at the archaeological site of Dmanisi in Georgia suggests the earliest Homo species – Homo habilis, Homo rudolfensis and so forth – actually belonged to the same species.

Sumerian Cuneiform circa 2500 BC. Clay tablet with summary account of silver for the governor. From Shuruppak or Abu Salabikh, Iraq, circa 2,500 BCE. British Museum, London. BM 15826 In 3500 BC the Sumerians had a well developed writing system. Possibly the first writing system. Initial over 2000 symbols, pictograms and drawings were used.

Summary account of silver for the governor written in Sumerian Cuneiform on a clay tablet. From Shuruppak, Iraq, circa 2500 BCE. The British Museum

Amun-Ra kamutef. Deir el Medina (The Place of Truth). Amun-Min as Amun-Ra ka-Mut-ef from the temple at Deir el Medina.

Deir el Medina (The Place of Truth). Amun-Min as Amun-Ra ka-Mut-ef from the temple at Deir el Medina.

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Little horse on wheels (Ancient Greek child’s Toy). From tomb dating 950-900 BC. Kerameikos Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Little horse on wheels, Ancient Greek child's toy. From a tomb dating BCE, Kerameikos Archaeological Museum, Athens

Achelous decorating a bronze situla. Dodona (northwestern Greece), sixth century BCE

Achelous decorating a bronze situla. Dodona (northwestern Greece), sixth century BCE

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