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The Linear B Tablets revealed  When Arthur Evans started digging at Knossos on Crete in 1900, a major aim was to find inscriptions and prove that the ancient Cretans had been literate. He was rewarded almost immediately by the discovery of slabs of baked clay, some rectangular, some leaf-shaped, bearing two types of inscription of hitherto unknown form. The earlier, Linear A, represented the language of the Minoans, who had built the great palace at Knossos.

The Linear B Tablets revealed When Arthur Evans started digging at Knossos on Crete in 1900, a major aim was to find inscriptions and prove that the ancient Cretans had been literate. He was rewarded almost immediately by the discovery of slabs of baked clay, some rectangular, some leaf-shaped, bearing two types of inscription of hitherto unknown form. The earlier, Linear A, represented the language of the Minoans, who had built the great palace at Knossos.

An inscribed basalt block describing the  restoration of Babylon in 670 BC. By the  Assyrian king Esarhaddon (681-669 BC).

An inscribed basalt block describing the restoration of Babylon in 670 BC. By the Assyrian king Esarhaddon (681-669 BC).

「アフリカでは日常茶飯事だぜ」なものすごい写真30枚 - DNA

「アフリカでは日常茶飯事だぜ」なものすごい写真30枚 - DNA

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Another kingly stele boasting of conflict with the House of David is the Moabite Stone from about 860 BC. The Moabite Stone contains 36 lines of Phoenician script which relate to the rebellion of King Mesha of Moab against King Jehoram of Israel and King Jehosaphat of Judah. This battle is recounted in the Old Testament 2-Kings 3:5-27

Another kingly stele boasting of conflict with the House of David is the Moabite Stone from about 860 BC. The Moabite Stone contains 36 lines of Phoenician script which relate to the rebellion of King Mesha of Moab against King Jehoram of Israel and King Jehosaphat of Judah. This battle is recounted in the Old Testament 2-Kings 3:5-27

この世にわずか9個のみ現存する「戦象」用の剣がこちら                                                                                                                                                                                 もっと見る

この世にわずか9個のみ現存する「戦象」用の剣がこちら

この世にわずか9個のみ現存する「戦象」用の剣がこちら もっと見る

Scientists Finally Crack The Code Of The Ancient 'Phaistos Disk' + TED talk on the disk with reading

Ancient Disk's Mysterious Code Finally Cracked

Scientists Finally Crack The Code Of The Ancient 'Phaistos Disk' + TED talk on the disk with reading

Linear A tablet - The written language of the Minoans is called Linear A by archeologists, linguists and historians, and has not yet been deciphered. The Mycenaean language, Linear B, was not deciphered until the 1950s, and linguists hope one day to crack the code, as more writings are unearthed in excavations.

Linear A tablet - The written language of the Minoans is called Linear A by archeologists, linguists and historians, and has not yet been deciphered. The Mycenaean language, Linear B, was not deciphered until the 1950s, and linguists hope one day to crack the code, as more writings are unearthed in excavations.

Meroïtic alphabet was derived from ancient Egyptian writing sometime during the 4th century BC. Meroïtic, an extinct language that was spoken in the Nile valley and northern Sudan until about the 4th century AD, after which time it was gradually replaced with Nubian. Linguists are unsure how Meroïtic is related to other languages and have therefore been unable to make any sense of the Meroïtic inscriptions.

Meroïtic alphabet was derived from ancient Egyptian writing sometime during the 4th century BC. Meroïtic, an extinct language that was spoken in the Nile valley and northern Sudan until about the 4th century AD, after which time it was gradually replaced with Nubian. Linguists are unsure how Meroïtic is related to other languages and have therefore been unable to make any sense of the Meroïtic inscriptions.

グルジアのドマニシ遺跡で発見された約180万年前の原人頭骨化石。成人男性とみられる(同国国立博物館提供) ▼18Oct2013時事通信|原人の完全な頭骨化石発見=180万年前、グルジア遺跡で http://www.jiji.com/jc/zc?k=201310/2013101800037 #Georgia #Gurcustan #Gurcistan #Georgie #Georgien #Dmanisi #Homo_erectus #fossil_hominid #fossil_man #Skull

グルジアのドマニシ遺跡で発見された約180万年前の原人頭骨化石。成人男性とみられる(同国国立博物館提供) ▼18Oct2013時事通信|原人の完全な頭骨化石発見=180万年前、グルジア遺跡で http://www.jiji.com/jc/zc?k=201310/2013101800037 #Georgia #Gurcustan #Gurcistan #Georgie #Georgien #Dmanisi #Homo_erectus #fossil_hominid #fossil_man #Skull

The Merneptah Stele—also known as the Israel Stele or Victory Stele of Merneptah—is an inscription by the Ancient Egyptian king Merneptah (reign: 1213 to 1203 BC) discovered by Flinders Petrie in 1896 at Thebes, and now housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

The Merneptah Stele—also known as the Israel Stele or Victory Stele of Merneptah—is an inscription by the Ancient Egyptian king Merneptah (reign: 1213 to 1203 BC) discovered by Flinders Petrie in 1896 at Thebes, and now housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.