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Racism and Ancient Aliens

The notion that ancient monuments, myths, and artworks reflect the visitation of Earth by alien beings is not one that is taken very seriously in the world of scholarly history, nor much outside of it, either. 876 more words


VIDEO: Archaeological Excavations at Fuwairit, Trench One

Daniel Eddisford, the Excavation Director of the Origins of Doha project explains the archaeological excavations at Fuwairit, where the team found several layers of buildings beneath the sand.


Teatro Marcello

In the background the Synagogue of Rome


The Assyrian century: interpretations of texts and ruins

The debate about the economic impacts of the Assyrian rule of the Levant is continuing. As discussed in previous posts about the Pax Assyriaca and the… 1,130 more words


The Museum of the Bible

A while back my wife and I traveled to the Passages Bible Museum in Santa Clarita. This museum was filled with different exhibits and collections all dedicated to the history and transmission of the Scriptures. 467 more words

Christian Living

Indus era 8,000 years old, not 5,500 - Jhimli Mukherjee Pandey

The mature Harappan settlements were highly urbanised with organised cities, and a much developed material and craft culture. They also had regular trade with Arabia and Mesopotamia. 808 more words