Historic Findings: Tablets of Assyria & Fabergé Knives

kmiragaya / 123RF Stock Photo   Assyrian Tablets A trove of Assyrian tablets, 93 in total, have been discovered near the small village of Bassetki, northern Iraq, dating to around 1250 BCE. Two Mittani cuneiform tablets were also found, belonging to a civilization which was located north of the Assyrians. The ruins that the tablets…

Historic Findings #21-40

Historic Findings: Seljuk Tablets Tablets found in the south of Turkey add to their early history Historic Findings: Turkic Khaganate A memorial mound to a long dead Yabgu may hold secrets of the ancient Khaganate of the steppe. Historic Findings: Ile-Ife Glass The glass beads from Ile-Ife have been analyzed more thoroughly  Historic Findings: Griffin…

Historic Findings: Kings of Sealand

Sealand         I used this video for research on the Sealand dynasty and I recommend it for anyone looking at the Ancient Middle East: Credit: Ollie Bye I already support Ollie Bye on Patreon and you should too: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4740833 You’ve probably never heard of the Sealand dynasty of Mesopotamia and for good reason. There really isn’t…