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Egyptian jewelry 1 gold disk-shaped pendant 2. gold falcon pendant 3. gold goddess pendant 4. faience beads 5. rock crystal beads etc. [For full cargo list click picture to be taken to article at wikipedia]

Egyptian jewelry 1 gold disk-shaped pendant 2. gold falcon pendant 3. gold goddess pendant 4. faience beads 5. rock crystal beads etc. [For full cargo list click picture to be taken to article at wikipedia]

Reconstruction of the Uluburun shipwreck. Traveling from Cyprus or Syria to the Aegean this ship sunk off the coast of Anatolia around 1,305 BCE. It contained hundreds of glass, copper and tin ingots, which were its primary trade item.

Reconstruction of the Uluburun shipwreck. Traveling from Cyprus or Syria to the Aegean this ship sunk off the coast of Anatolia around 1,305 BCE. It contained hundreds of glass, copper and tin ingots, which were its primary trade item.

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified.  They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified. They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

A cutaway illustration of what the Uluburun ship may have looked like when fully laden with cargo.

A cutaway illustration of what the Uluburun ship may have looked like when fully laden with cargo.

middle eastern houses - Google-søk

middle eastern houses - Google-søk

middle eastern houses - Google-søk

middle eastern houses - Google-søk

Egypt's Nile Valley Map

Egypt's Nile Valley Map

Sumerian dagger and sheath from Ur - Iraz Museum

Sumerian dagger and sheath from Ur - Iraz Museum

The gates of Babylon with the hanging gardens visible in the background

The gates of Babylon with the hanging gardens visible in the background

Enheduanna (ca. 2300 BCE), Sumerian-Akkadian poet and the first known author in the history of human civilization.

Enheduanna (ca. 2300 BCE), Sumerian-Akkadian poet and the first known author in the history of human civilization.