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The earliest use of copper in the Near East comes from the Sumerians who manufactured spears, arrowheads and tools such as chisels from the metal as early as 6000 years ago

Vase -- Circa 1295-1070 BCE -- Egypt, Dynasty 19 or 20 -- Glass & polychrome -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vase -- Circa BCE -- Egypt, Dynasty 19 or 20 -- Glass & polychrome -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

File:Metal production in Ancient Middle East.svg  Mining areas of the ancient West Asia. Boxes colors: arsenic is in brown, copper in red, tin in grey, iron in reddish brown, gold in yellow, silver in white and lead in black. Yellow area stands for arsenic bronze, while grey area stands for tin bronze.

Metal production in Ancient Middle East - Ferrous metallurgy - Wikipedia

Sumerian Gods and Goddesses, Creation Myths and other Sumerian History

Christ Consciousness - Silver - Sacred Geometry symbol for Healing. Also called - Christ grid pendant This beautiful sacred geometry structure is a combination between two of the

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An Ancient Sumerian Carved Shell Amuletic Pendant Late Uruk Period – circa 3100 – 2900 BC Size : 4 cm high, 2 cm wide, 1 cm deep – ins high, ¾ ins wide, ⅓ ins deep

Ayyubid Bronze (AE) Coin Beautiful Dirham Sinjar Mint al-Ashraf I Muzaffar al-Din Musa 617 AH / 1220 AD F

Ayyubid Bronze (AE) Coin Beautiful Dirham Sinjar Mint al-Ashraf I Muzaffar al-Din Musa 617 AH / 1220 AD F++

Description: Nice and heavy Bronze AE dirham from al-Ashraf Musa, Ayyubid ruler from the Mayyafariqin & Sinjar branch. Al-Ashraf Musa ruled in the period AH - 1220 AD). His full name bei

"To make flat tools, such as knives, the craftworkers carved their shape on a flat stone. Then they heated lumps of copper and tin together in a stone or pottery vessel, called a crucible, until they melted. The liquid was then poured in the stone mould."

"To make flat tools, such as knives, the craftworkers carved their shape on a flat stone. Then they heated lumps of copper and tin together in a stone or pottery vessel, called a crucible, until they melted. The liquid was then poured in the stone mould.

The earliest civilizations emerged in a.) Egypt along the Nile river valley at about 3,000 BCE b.) in the Indus River valley in what is now modern day India/Pakistan around 2,500 BCE c.) in the Yellow River valley (Hueng He) in Northern China d.) and in the Middle East in the Tigris -Euphrates river valley around 4,000 BCE.

The earliest civilizations emerged in a.) Egypt along the Nile river valley at…

Copper used by Egyptians and Sumerians. Western Europe is neolithic, without…

Map: Diffusion of metallurgy in Europe and Asia Minor. The darkest areas are the oldest. is a time period characterized by the use of bronze, proto-writing, and other early features of urban civilization.

Between 1991-93 these objects were discovered in the Ural Mountain region of the Soviet Union. Their sizes range from 1.2 inches down to an incredible 1/10,000th of an inch. They were pulled from depths of up to 40 feet. Tests carried out give an age for the objects of between 20,000 and 318,000 years. The objects are composed of various rare metals such as tungsten and molybdenum. These objects are obviously the product of an inexplicable and highly advanced technology. What was their…

Ancient springs, screws and metal. Thousands of these things -- some measure as small as of an inch! -- were discovered by gold miners in the Ural Mountains of Russia in the Dug up from a depth of 3 to 40 feet in layers of earth.