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@official_EMMYJ: Water Nymphs, these wonderful statues were brought to England from Italy by Whitaker White in 1904 and are currently located at York House Gardens (Twickenham) next to the River Thames (southwest London). #archaeohistories @Gidi_Traffic

The Sphinx before excavation with tribesmen, a tourist and camels and the pyramids of Kephren (left) and Cheops (right) beyond at Giza circa 1890. #archaeohistories

Ostracon depicting an Egyptian dancer found at Deir el-Medina. New Kingdom of Egypt, 19th or 20th Dynasties, (1200 BC). Egyptian Museum, Turin #archaeohistories

Gilroy, California Home to the "Circus" trees, AXEL ERLANDSON had grown a tree that had two trunks forming an arch, and a tree (six, actually) that was woven like a basket, among others. #archaeohistories

Augustus At The Tomb Of Alexander The Great. Painted By Lionel Royer (1852-1926) #archaeohistories

Face reconstruction of Queen Tiye mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun, based on her Mummy at (The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Cairo) Via @Moe_APHG. #archaeohistories

Poulnabrone dolmen, located in Burren, County Clare, Ireland. Situated on one of most desolate and highest points of region, it comprises three standing portal stones supporting a heavy horizontal capstone, dated Neolithic period, probably between 4200-2900 BC. #archaeohistories

At roughly same time that Boudicca led her famous resistance against Romans, at other end of the globe 2 legendary Vietnamese sisters (Trưng sisters) led their own uprising against invading Han Dynasty. Boudicca had a chariot, Trưng sisters rode elephants. #archaeohistories

Rongorongo is only known systemized writing in Polynesia. It consists of glyphs carved into wood tablets and artifacts such as rei-miro and tangata manu carved figures.Historians have determined that language predates arrival of Europeans in 1700s. #archaeohistories

Water Nymphs, these wonderful statues were brought to England from Italy by Whitaker White in 1904 and are currently located at York House Gardens (Twickenham) next to the River Thames (southwest London). #archaeohistories @Gidi_Traffic

Kilchurn Castle is a ruined structure on a rocky peninsula at the northeastern tip of Lake Awe in Argyll and Bute in Scotland. It was first built in the mid-15th century AD. #archaeohistories

Angkor Wat Temple (12th-15th century AD) at night, Combodia. 📷: Nick Sells Photography #archaeohistories

Water Nymphs, these wonderful statues were brought to England from Italy by Whitaker White in 1904 and are currently located at York House Gardens (Twickenham) next to the River Thames (southwest London). #archaeohistories

Le Mont-Saint-Michel.(French pronunciation: Mont Saint Miché, English: Saint Michael's Mount) is a tidal island and mainland commune in Normandy, France. #archaeohistories

Khmer (12th-15th century AD), traditional makeup style for the Royal ballet of Cambodia. #archaeohistories

A view of the 9th century Armenian Monastery of Tatev in southern Armenia. #archaeohistories

Ancient Olympia, "Arhaia Olympia", Olympic Flame..!! A flame lit at Olympia in Greece, site of ancient Olympics and ceremonially conveyed to city, that is hosting Olympic and Paraolympic Games, where it is kept alight for the duration of Games..!! #archaeohistories

All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space. #architecture #archaeohistories #architecturaldesign #archilovers #architects #architecturestudent #architecture

A place's architecture tells you about its history, its culture and its relationship with the nature. #architecture #archaeohistories #architecturaldesign #architecturelovers #architects #archilovers

Naveta des Tudons in Menorca, Spain. Dates back to 1000 BC. The funerary monument is from the Talayotic culture and is raised without any cement, with only the stones strategically placed so that they remain that way for all these years. #archaeohistories

The Da Vinci Globe is the oldest known globe depicting the new world. It's engraved with great detail on two conjoined halves of ostrich eggs, 1504 AD. #archaeohistories

St Peter’s church in Hever, oldest of three in benefice, dating back to 12th Century and worship has been held here for over 875 years. It contains the tomb of Sir Thomas Bullen, father of Anne Boleyn and grandfather of Queen Elizabeth the First. #archaeohistories

282年前のスウェーデンの東インド貿易会社の船が、1787年以来初めてロンドンに戻ります。東インド人のGotheborglllGötheborgは、18世紀の航海のレプリカです。 #archaeohistories

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Ancient Roman coin dedicated to famous myth of Hercules. This Trajan quadrans is decorated with club of Hercules on a reverse, and his bearded bust on obverse. On a coin, two letters say this bronze coin has some value, because it was approved by the Senate. #archaeohistories

Meroë in Sudan, the World Heritage Site that remains in Egypt's shadow The pyramids at Meroë, some 125 miles north of Sudan's capital, Khartoum, are rarely visited despite being a Unesco World Heritage site. #archaeohistories

Crown of Princess Blanche, named after eldest daughter of Henry IV of Lancaster.Blanche appeared in it at Cologne Cathedral on day of her wedding to Ludwig III Wittelsbach, in 1402. #archaeohistories

Manuha Temple, a Buddhist temple built in Myinkaba (located near Bagan, Mayanmar), by captive Mon King Manuha in 1067, according to King Manuha's inscriptions. Building contains 3 images of seated Buddhas and an image of Buddha entering Nirvana. #archaeohistories

Eltz Castle, a medieval castle nestled in hills above Moselle between Koblenz and Trier, Germany. It is still owned by a branch of the same family (Eltz family) that lived there in 12th century, thirty-three generations ago. #archaeohistories

Human-headed winged lion (lamassu) Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: 883–859 BC. Geography: Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) #archaeohistories

Rawla Narlai Palace, Narlai, Pali District, Rajasthan, India. Built in17th Century as Heritage Palace by Maharaja Umaid Singhji Rathore (8 July 1903-9 June 1947), who gifted this property to his younger brother Maharajdhiraji Ajit Singh Rathore. #archaeohistories

This alabaster canopic chest is considered to be one of finest masterpieces of Tutankhamun's collection. 18th dynasty, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings - KV62. Cairo Museum. #archaeohistories

Baobab tree (Adansonia digitata) at village of Andombiro, Madagascar, East Africa. Known as Tsitakakoike or Tsirakoike. Height 49.21ft, diameter of 40ft at base,, and has a circumference of 94.55ft. It is estimated to be between 1500-2000 years old. #archaeohistories

Aquamanile in the form of a Knight on Horseback (water bowl), copper alloy, Germanic, 1250. From Lower Saxony (Germany). Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. #archaeohistories

Roman Glass gold-band mosaic bottle. Early Imperial, 1st half of 1st century AD. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. #archaeohistories

Anatolian Mother Goddess Cybele (Kybele) had many forms throughout ages and can be seen in many parts of ancient world. But she was most prominent in Phrygian era. Ürgüp Museum, Nevşehir, Turkey. #archaeohistories

Tikal Temple I in Tikal, Petén Basin region of northern Guatemala. Also known as Great Jaguar Temple because of a lintel representing a king seated on a jaguar throne. Temple I is a typical Petén-style limestone stepped pyramid structure dating to 732 AD. #archaeohistories

Turkey will never forget this German professor archaeologist, Turkey loved him very much. Professor Göbeklitepe, Dr. Klaus Schmidt. #archaeohistories

Manuscripts were very valuable in the Middle Ages. Sometimes these books were put in chains. #archaeohistories

Oinochoe with a mermaid playing a sambuca. End of the V-IV century BC. Museum Fine Of Art Boston. #archaeohistories

Bracelet of Prince Nemareth. Made using gold and lapis lazuli. 22nd Dynasty, Sheshonq I period, 940 BC. From Sais (Sa Al Sagar) region of Egypt. It is on display in the British Museum. #archaeohistories

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