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Un gigante vivió hace 1.000 años en al-Ándalus | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

Un gigante vivió hace 1.000 años en al-Ándalus | Ciencia | EL PAÍS

Found as far west as Italy and east to Iran, intricately carved Tridacna squamosa shells made for coveted luxury cosmetic containers. This one, carved on both sides, its hinge fashioned to resemble a human head, is dated to the seventh or sixth century bce, and it was found in Assyrian house 58 in Ashur.

Found as far west as Italy and east to Iran, intricately carved Tridacna squamosa shells made for coveted luxury cosmetic containers. This one, carved on both sides, its hinge fashioned to resemble a human head, is dated to the seventh or sixth century bce, and it was found in Assyrian house 58 in Ashur.

Puerta del Cielo - Parque Nacional Tianmen, China

Puerta del Cielo - Parque Nacional Tianmen, China

Persephone with spiraliform diadem - Canosan terracotta, circa 300–250 BC - at the Boston Museum

Persephone with spiraliform diadem - Canosan terracotta, circa 300–250 BC - at the Boston Museum

Broche de cinturón de la reina Arnegunda. Plaque-boucle et contre-plaque de ceinture provenant de la parure de la reine Arnegonde (v. 515-573), mujer de Clotario I (511-561), rey de los Francos. Museo del Louvre (depósito del Musée d'archéologie nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Inv. nº MAN 87431).

Broche de cinturón de la reina Arnegunda. Plaque-boucle et contre-plaque de ceinture provenant de la parure de la reine Arnegonde (v. 515-573), mujer de Clotario I (511-561), rey de los Francos. Museo del Louvre (depósito del Musée d'archéologie nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Inv. nº MAN 87431).

A sculpture found in the ancient Syrian oasis city of Palmyra, displayed at the city's museum (March 2014)

A sculpture found in the ancient Syrian oasis city of Palmyra, displayed at the city's museum (March 2014)

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa 6000-5000  BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Mother Goddess Terracotta statuette figure - circa 6000-5000 BC Neolitic Age, found Hacilar Höyük in Burdur, Western Anatolia - at the Florence archaeological Museum

Turgut Reis (1485-1565) known as Dragut in the west was Ottoman admiral of Greek descent. He defeated Spanish-Italian fleet many times to establish Ottoman dominance in Mediterranean.

Turgut Reis (1485-1565) known as Dragut in the west was Ottoman admiral of Greek descent. He defeated Spanish-Italian fleet many times to establish Ottoman dominance in Mediterranean.

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Statue of Nero As a child wearing a bulla.   Statue of Nero as a Child. 1978. Photograph. Vatican Museums, Rome. Vroma. Vroma. Web. 26 Sept. 2011. .

Statue of Nero As a child wearing a bulla. Statue of Nero as a Child. 1978. Photograph. Vatican Museums, Rome. Vroma. Vroma. Web. 26 Sept. 2011. .

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