Glass Meterorite Mongolia

Is not magnetic.

Red (Iron) Meteorite Mongolia

Is magnetic.




Orthocecas 370 million years BCE, Devonian Age Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Leaf Impression Canada

This leaf impression is of the coniferous meta sequoia.

Trilobite (enrathia king 1) 500 million years BCE, Cambrian North America


Knightia Alta (fossil herring) 50 million years BCE Green River Formation, Wyoming




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Sumerian Shell Money 3500-3000 BCE Sumeria

Sumerian shell money, found in Syria. The shells were brought inland from the Mediterranean coast. Gold and silver coinage didn’t develop until  the 7th century BCE. Sumerian shell money, however, is the first form of currency, and was used for local debts and worn on a string around the neck.

Syro-Hittite Divinity 2500 BCE Syria

Cuneiform Tablet 2200 BCE Sumeria

The Sumerians developed and were probably the originators of the cuneiform writing that was later adopted by nearly the entire Near East. They may have been the first civilization and the first to invent writing, although this is not certain.

The text on this tablet translates as:

I Untash-Napirisha, the son of Hubanummenna, the king of Anza and Susa, in order that I have my health and well being that I have no heart freezing  bitter disaster (death). For that reason I build that sanctuary with a Kukkum of Ubqumia and gave it to Inshushinak, the god of Sijankuk. What has been built and improved by me, may it be preserved for me forever by Inshushinak.

Sandstone Carving of Akhenaten, Praying to the Sun Egypt 1351-1334 BCE

Mesopatamian Bronze Deities with Animal Heads and Human Bodies 1200 BCE Land Between the River (Mesopatamia)
Iron Arrowhead Greece 700 BCE

Faience Horus Amulet Egypt, 26th Dynasty 600 BCE

God of sunlight and air, personification of the sky.

Faience Isis Amulet 600 BCE, 26th Dynasty Egypt

The goddess of magical power.

Faience Shu Amulet Egypt 600 BCE

Standing Faience Thoth Amulet 600 BCE, 26th Dynasty Egypt

The ibis-headed god of knowledge, learning, and secrets.

Faience Djed Amulet (Osiris) Egypt, 26th Dynasty 600 BCE

A symbol of Osiris, this was won for stability

Faience Ptah Amulet 600 BCE Egypt

Faience Anubis Amulet 600 BCE Egypt

Kylix Used in the Eleusinian Mysteries 400 BCE Greece

Kylix with a bird in flight in the center of the bowl. This kylix was found near the location of the Eleusinian Mysteries outside Athens, and was presumably used by attendees who apparently drank a hallucinogenic mixture using this kylix.

Soapstone Lion Amulet Egypt, Late Kingdom 600-300 BCE

Phoenician Terra Cotta Mother Goddess 300 BCE Holyland

Standing Faience Horus Amulet 300 BCE Egypt

Greco-Roman Terracotta Lamp 200 BCE Rome

Corra Colla Oil Lamp 100 BCE, Roman period Egypt

Bronze Coin 1-3rd-century ACE Rome

White Marble Head of a Muse 200 ACE Rome

Carved Black Basalt Fragment, Torso (some paint remains) 200 ACE Rome

Shaman’s Flask in the Shape of a Frog 1200-1450 ACE Chimu Culture, Central America

Pre-Columbian black terracotta vessel in the form of a frog. Frog containers were only used by shaman for use in psychedelic ceremonies.