Mészáros Árpád

Mészáros Árpád

Mészáros Árpád
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Uruk, The Eanna Tempe Complex where the Goddess Inanna Reigned Supreme, Around 3200 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Uruk, The Eanna Tempe Complex where the Goddess Inanna Reigned Supreme, Around 3200 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Jerusalem in the Time of King Solomon, Looking North, 10th century BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Jerusalem in the Time of King Solomon, Looking North, 10th century BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Pylos, Southern Greece, The Megaron (Throne Room) in Mycenean Royal Palace, 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Pylos, Southern Greece, The Megaron (Throne Room) in Mycenean Royal Palace, 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Mycenae, The City that Passed into Legend and Gave its Name to an Era. Around 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Mycenae, The City that Passed into Legend and Gave its Name to an Era. Around 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Mycenae, Southern Greece, City Gate, Paris and Helen, 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Mycenae, Southern Greece, City Gate, Paris and Helen, 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Reconstruction of a Minoan Wallpainting Found at Akrotiri, on the Greek Island Santorini, 1450 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Reconstruction of a Minoan Wallpainting Found at Akrotiri, on the Greek Island Santorini, 1450 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Thebes, Greece, Around 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Thebes, Greece, Around 1250 BC - Archaeology Illustrated

Reconstruction of Tiryns, ancient Mycenaean city in southern Greece by the Saronic Gulf as it would have appeared around 1300 BC. Details on www.Archaeologyillustrated.com by Balage Balogh

Reconstruction of Tiryns, ancient Mycenaean city in southern Greece by the Saronic Gulf as it would have appeared around 1300 BC. Details on www.Archaeologyillustrated.com by Balage Balogh

Walled Town

Walled Town

Arkaim city. The site was discovered in 1987 by a team of Chelyabinsk scientists who were preparing the area to be flooded in order to create a reservoir, and examined in rescue excavations led by Gennadii Zdanovich. At first their findings were ignored by Soviet authorities, who planned to flood the site as they had flooded Sarkel earlier, but the attention attracted by news of the discovery forced the Soviet government to revoke its plans for flooding the area.

Arkaim city. The site was discovered in 1987 by a team of Chelyabinsk scientists who were preparing the area to be flooded in order to create a reservoir, and examined in rescue excavations led by Gennadii Zdanovich. At first their findings were ignored by Soviet authorities, who planned to flood the site as they had flooded Sarkel earlier, but the attention attracted by news of the discovery forced the Soviet government to revoke its plans for flooding the area.