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sumerian civilization | Sumerians and the Anunnaki Cuneiform Granger « UFO-Contact News

Cuneiform Babylonian stone tablet of King Nabu-apla-iddina and seated sun-god Samas. From Sippar, B.

Notable in civilization around the Indus Valley is the lack of strong resemblances to other early civilizations to the west of Mesopotamia, which indicates that Harappa was not a colony. Skeletal remains, however, show that the dominant human type of the peoples who built the civilization was a tall, long faced, dark-haired strain much like those from the Mediterranean region.

Indus Valley Civilisation: The Genesis [2 of 3]

THE FIRST SEAL LOOKS LIKE A FORGERY. Notable in civilization around the Indus Valley is the lack of strong resemblances to other early civilizations to the west of Mesopotamia, which indicates that Harappa was not a colony.

Electricity Usage in Ancient Civilizations Infographic

Think your ancient ancestors were primitive? This infographic showcases examples of electricity usage in ancient civilizations, sort of.

Late Hittite, bird man, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Late Hittite, bird man,/protective genius, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Cool ceiling design at the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Okay, we have no plans to visit Ankara on our trip. But this ceiling is just too awesome. Ceiling, Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey

Olmec colossal heads. The most recognized aspect of the Olmec civilization are the enormous helmeted heads. The Olmec are now recognized as the predecessors of the Maya and Aztec civilizations. What is not understood is that these ancients statues depict what can only be negroid facial types.

The most recognized aspect of the Olmec civilization are the enormous helmeted heads. The Olmec are now recognized as the predecessors of the Maya and Aztec civilizations.

"Saudi Arabia: Opening up long hidden ancient ruins-Dating back to the second century BC, the Nabataean archaeological site, also known as Madain Saleh, has long been hidden from foreign visitors to Saudi Arabia...Madain Saleh, though likely one of Saudi's most famous archaeological sites, is not its only one.  The area bears evidence of other ancient civilisations...  It is home to archaeological remnants that date back thousands of years, including its citadel which is some 8000 years…

Opening up long hidden ancient ruins-Dating back to the second century BC, the Nabataean archaeological site, has long been hidden from foreign visitors to Saudi Arabia.

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