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1. Golden Inscription Found at the Entryway of Karnak Temple, Dedicated to the Egyptian Deity Sekhmet.
2. Paved stones
3. Joshua Newlove
4. Superstition Mountains Cougar Shadow
5. Following extensive restoration efforts, a colossal floor mosaic, considered one of the largest ever discovered, has been unveiled at Hisham Palace in Jericho.
6. Fossils of a turtle have been unearthed in South America.
7. The writings that Akhenaten inscribed on the walls of the Amarna temples for his wife, Nefertiti.
8. Norse Sunstone: The Mystical Calcite Crystal Guiding Ancient Sailors
9. Lascaux Cave: A Serendipitous Discovery of Ancient Artistry
10. The Nazca people built the Cantalloc Aqueducts more than 1,500 years ago in the dry deserts of Peru, and these aqueducts still function as intended today.
11. Sam Wan,Thailand, which is also recognized as Three Whale Rock...
12. city of Vardzia can be found in the nation of Georgia, situated at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia.
13. Arkadiko Bridge, also known as the Kazarma Bridge, located in Greece, is an incredible chariot bridge that has been in use for over 3,300 years and is still operational today.
14. Egyptian calendar - the festive five days of alignment
15. Cleopatra ascended to the throne of Egypt and assumed the role of queen at the age of 17, and she held this position until she reached the age of 39.
16. intact seal of Tutankhamun's tomb from 1922. Preserved for over 3,245 years.
17. The Merer Diary, also termed Papyrus Jarf
18. Pumapunku's expertly crafted stones
19. The Bolinao Skull, discovered at the Balingasay Archaeological Site in Pangasinan, Philippines
20. Arizona's Petrified Forest National Park
21. A 2000-Year-Long Embrace in Pompeii
22. A 2000-year-old shipwreck revealed a first aid kit
23. In Belize, a cave showcases ancient Maya human sacrifices
24. A 2,300-year-old mummified cow from ancient Egypt
25. The "Ringed" lady
26. Clay tablet from King Ashurbanipal's library in Nineveh
27. The legendary sword, tied to King Arthur's myth found in an Italian chapel
28. A ring made of gold that dates back to the 4th century BC was found in the burial site of a Thracian king in the Yambol region of Bulgaria.
29. The term "Great Zimbabwe" denotes the ancient stone remains of a city with historical significance, which is located in the vicinity of modern-day Masvingo, Zimbabwe.
30. The German Oath Skull from the 16th or 17th century
As we wrap up our virtual tour of an ancient history museum, we hope you've had a great time. So, whether you've discovered new facts or simply enjoyed the amazing stories from the past, we encourage you to keep seeking knowledge and adventure.
Archaeology is a field that keeps uncovering the secrets of our history, and there's always more to find out. Stay curious, stay fascinated, and keep learning about the amazing history of our world.