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Jericho, Looking towards East, Ammon.  Late Bronze Age

Jericho, Looking towards East, Ammon. Late Bronze Age

By Middle Bronze Age (2,000 B.C.) Canaan was an Egyptian province, Canaan existed before Israel. Ancient Canaan is the well documented first place of a people, where ancient man first became "settled".. Archaeological excavations has shown evidence of human habitation in Canaan, from Paleolithic and Mesolithic times. Evidence reveals a settled community and an agricultural way of life had existed in the city of Jericho, since about 9,000 B.C.

By Middle Bronze Age B.) Canaan was an Egyptian province, Canaan existed before Israel. Ancient Canaan is the well documented first place of a people, where ancient man first became "settled". Archaeological excavations has shown evidence of hum

The Greek Age of Bronze - Armour

A Mycenaean Eqeta wearing the plate version of the Thebes panoply, by Andrea Salimbeti and Raffaele D'Amato

Troia ai tempi della guerra, ospitava 13.000 abitanti e gli alleati giunti per la guerra

Troia ai tempi della guerra, ospitava 13.000 abitanti e gli alleati giunti per la guerra

Considered to be one of the most imposing Roman ruins, Diocletian’s Palace is the main attraction of the city of Split, Croatia.  Spanning more than 30,000 square meters, this extraordinary

Palace of Diocletian Roman retirement home and palace fortress of Croatia Considered to be one of the most imposing Roman ruins, Diocletian’s Palace is the main attraction of the city of Split,.

Ancient Jericho – the first walled city in history

Ancient Jericho – the first walled city in history

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum - with an important interactive link!

Celtic oppidum... The main features of the oppida are the walls and gates, the spacious layout, and usually a commanding view of the surrounding area. The major difference with earlier structures was their much larger size. Earlier hill forts were mostly just a few hectares in area, whilst oppida could encompass several dozen or even hundreds of hectares. They also played a role in displaying the power and wealth of the local inhabitants and as a line of demarcation between the town and the…

According to Jane McIntosh, the "impressive ramparts with elaborate gateways . were probably as much for show and for controlling the movement of people and goods as for defense"

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