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Who Was Abraham?

A story about the life of Abraham can be found in the Bible. Abraham was the founder of Judaism – the religion of the Jews and the forebear of the Jewish people. Accompanied by his family – the wife of Sarah, father, and nephew of Lot, he traveled from Ur in Chaldea to Canaan. But in the way Abraham had a vision: the Lord arrives before him and told him to go to Canaan. So, Abraham, Sarah, Lot, their servants, the cattle turned to Canaan.


It was a dry time and there was not enough water for cattle. Abraham asked his nephew to choose any path and follow it, but Abraham decided to go in the opposite direction and went out to the fertile lands of Jordan; At the rocky mountains they broke up with Abraham. Again, God appeared to Abraham and said that he would grant him and his posterity all the land that stretched around. Abraham lived to be 99 years old, but he had no child. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 3, 2017 in Historical

 

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 In Mongolia Found an Ancient Burial

Archaeologists kept their discovery secretly for 4 months in fear of the vandals. November 27 last year in the rocks on the altar Altanktsgts Bayan light animal Mongolian archaeologists discovered a burial supposedly associated with the XIII – XVII centuries.

The body was in a carved wooden coffin. Next to the body were a saddle, a stirrup, a stroller, a bow and arrow a wooden bowl, a Mongolian wood made of cloth and an Eskimo felt.On is the spirit of an ancestor of a family or clan, its cult image in the culture of the Mongolian peoples. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 28, 2017 in Historical

 

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The social and economic system of Babylonia

BabyloniaThe economy, social and political system of the Babylonian state in the reign of Hammurabi is known due to the preserved code of laws of this king, his correspondence with governors and officials and private-law documents.

The publication of the laws was a serious political undertaking by Hammurabi, aimed at consolidating his vast power. The code of laws is divided into three parts: the introduction, the text of the laws themselves and the conclusion. He is the most important source on many sides of the life of the Babylonian society of the first half of the 18th century. BC. E. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 15, 2017 in Historical

 

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Culture and Art of Ancient Mesopotamia

Ancient MesopotamiaMesopotamia is one of the most important centers of world civilization and ancient urban culture. Pioneers on the path to creating this culture were the Sumerians, whose achievements were mastered and developed further by the Babylonians and Assyrians. The origins of Mesopotamian culture date back to the IV millennium BC. When cities began to emerge. For a long period of its existence, it had internal unity, continuity of traditions, inseparable connection of its organic components.

The initial stages of the Mesopotamian culture were marked by the invention of a kind of letter that later turned into a cuneiform script. It was cuneiform writing that was the core of the Mesopotamian civilization, which unified all its aspects and allowed to preserve traditions. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2017 in civilization, Historical

 

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Sunset of Babylon

BabylonIt was only six years after the death of King Nebuchadnezzar II, and the dynasty founded by him had already lost power. In mid-May, 556 BC, the throne was captured by the indigenous Babylonian Nabonidus, the son of one of the greatest nobles of Babylon. He married the Egyptian queen Nitokris, the widow of Nebuchadnezzar II, and adopted the prince Belsharruusur (Belshazzar), son of Nebuchadnezzar II and Nitokris. Unlike the kings of the Chaldean origin that preceded him, Nabonid was araeem.

The government of Nabonidus was marked by a series of unprecedented acts. Hardly having mastered the throne, he retired to the Arabian steppes and deserts. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 10, 2017 in Historical

 

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Yellowstone is a Sea of Coal

CoalGeophysics, France and the UK have discovered a giant carbon sea in the western United States. For the study of carbon in the sea in the world’s largest super volcano, scientists used sensors 583 largest in the world.

They measured the vibrations inside the planet to determine the depth of the composition of its layers. The reservoir with the carbon dissolved in the mantle, lies at a depth of 350 km Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on February 15, 2017 in Historical

 

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Life after death.Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Life after deathThe sad fate of the Japanese mega-cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Large industrial and cultural center of Japan, they were literally razed to the ground in August 1945.




Historical documents indicate that the bomb that fell in the suburbs, razed to the ground about 36% of the buildings of Nagasaki, and 90% of buildings destroyed Hiroshima bomb lands straight to the city center. But it’s the story … Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 9, 2017 in Historical

 

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The predictions of Nostradamus for 2017

The predictions of NostradamusWith the start of the main holiday season, many have begun to discuss the prediction of the legendary French astrologer Nostradamus that awaits humanity in 2017.




According to open sources, Nostradamus predicted that light is a kind of an ugly child, whose birth will mark the beginning of the dark ages. Darkness comes of it – people in turbans cause World War III, which will affect many of the large states – including Russia. However, according to Nostradamus in 2017 the war ended. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 2, 2017 in Historical

 

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Where is the Julian calendar?

Julian calendarDid you know that the Julian calendar was created by order of Julius Caesar, where it was named in memory? It was in Rome’s arbitrary interpretation of programming (priests – pontiffs had the right to impose additional months) has led to the fact that in BC ’46 seasons coincide with the corresponding months. There is a need for a renovation.




In this sense, in the name of Caesar, a group of mathematicians and astronomers from Alexandria, who has created a cycle of one year, composed of 365 to 25 days, and is determined by the number of days that fall in each month. In order to bring the year to a whole number – 365, it had to stretch in February, so every four years, this month received one more day. At the same time, the Romans are not added on February 29 as it is now, we do, but only repeated on February 24. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on December 8, 2016 in Historical

 

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Historical references to the magic wand

 magic wandThe form in which it was used in Europe, is just one of the links in the whole system of magical devices.   Its prototype, of course, existed in ancient times; however, it is impossible to establish a direct link between the ancient ways of its application, and those we meet in Europe in the late Middle Ages.




By itself, this image has been known since ancient times archaeologists ancient rock paintings have been found, which show figures holding sticks, and subsequently, many Indo-European peoples portrayed their gods with various objects in their hands, symbolizing their power, and had stories about all sorts of magic wand. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2016 in Historical

 

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