Ancient near east

Uncover the mysteries of the Ancient Near East and immerse yourself in a world of ancient civilizations. Learn about their fascinating history, art, and architecture, and gain a deeper understanding of this captivating region.
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God has always been at work in all things, all places and all people, from the very first cities and even in all the cities around the world right now. His purposes will not be thwarted. his grace is available to you in all circumstances to help you do and think things you could not do on your own. You are part of the Body of Christ, you are the church, so be the church no matter where you are. Do good and let your thinking and doing be a witness to the world!! - Andy

Achieving Your Goals: Advice from the Ancients | Classical Wisdom Weekly Gate Of Babylon, Ancient Egyptian Architecture, Fruit Art Drawings, Ancient Babylon, Gardens Of Babylon, Ancient Persia, Ancient Near East, Persian Empire, Ancient Mesopotamia

Written by Lydia Serrant, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom "If a thing is humanly possible, consider it within your reach" -Marcus Aurelius In early April around 4,000 years ago, the Babylonians held civilization’s first-recorded New Year celebration. To the ancient Babylonians, New Year’s resolutions and traditions were extrinsically motivated. During the 12-day new year festival, new

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Ancient Temple Little Petra Wadi Musa Jordan Middle East | Flickr Middle Eastern Landscape, Ancient Arabian Architecture, Middle East Aesthetic, Ancient Middle East, Middle East Map, Desert Temple, Mountain Temple, Ancient History Archaeology, Antique Architecture

Al Beidha or Little Petra is located within Wadi Musa. Tucked away in a little canyon that never receives the full warmth of the sun, “Little Petra” provides a more intimate glimpse of Nabataean culture than its larger namesake four miles to the south. Jordan

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