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Ancient Sumerians wrote in cuneiform;
Ancient Egyptians wrote in hieroglyphics.
Ancient Americans write in cursive form;
Impatient physicians write in hieroglyphics.

As an ancient American who still writes poems in cursive form, I wish my fellow fathers everywhere a Happy Father’s Day. 


Don Henley's Mesopotamian Connection: "The Boys of Sumer"

I’ve tried submitting this to many prestigious journals of Ancient Near Eastern history, but no one seems to believe that the following pretty much a word-for-word translation from some dusty cuneiform tablets: 367 more words


Akkadian Empire - Sargon The Great

After the creation of the Cradle of Civilization in Mesopotamia by the Sumer people, the Sumerian city states were then conquered by a group known as the… 126 more words

Ancient World

Home Brew Interview: Joe Fellers - Part 3

The second part of this interview with local home brewer Joe Fellers can be discovered here. Therein he talked about local ingredients, legalities and beer trends. 2,503 more words

Beer Culture

Nephilim, Giants and Rephaim - WHO ARE THEY AND WHERE DID THEY COME FROM?

The very first Appearance of the Nephilim in the Torah is Genesis 6.1 And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, … 1,025 more words


The Humanized God

Artist’s rendition of the construction of Gobekli Tepe (c. 12,500 to 10,000 B.C.E)
By Fernando G. Baptista/National Geographic Creative
Photo Credit: National Geographic Magazine

The second of my three-part series covers “Part Two: The Humanized God” of Reza Aslan’s book, … 573 more words


3000-1500 BCE

Urbanization first started at near the great rivers such as Nile, Tigris and Euphrates and etc. Rivers are the main element that affected the form of the cities, social life and political and religious explanations. 142 more words