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5636808252 5636808252 2018-06-18 🏛 The Parthenon was the most important and impressive temple on the Acropolis of Athens. It was errected in the 5th century BC (438BC) and contained the colossal statue of Athena (Athena Parthenos), the main goddess of the city. Acts 17 describes, how the Apostle Paul was visiting Athens, with all its temples and places of worship (Acts 17,23). How did he feel, seeing this colossal, 11.5 metres (37ft 9in) high, statue? Well he was grieved about the idolatry of the Athenians, but found a link to reaching them. It was near the Parthenon, that he found an altar with the inscription: "TO THE UNKNOWN GOD". The rest of the story, you can read in Acts 17.📖
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3532906811 3532906811 2018-06-18 It’s still ArchaeoSwap! The archaeologiehh took over this Instagram channel!
The archaeological collection of the Archaeological Museum Hamburg concentrates on discoveries from the prehistory and early history of Hamburg and its metropolitan region. As a state museum, the Archaeological Museum Hamburg owns one of the largest collections of archaeological objects in Northern Germany. In addition to discoveries from Northern Germany, there are numerous archaeological treasures from all over the world that have made their way into the collection during the history of the museum which spans over 100 years. The discoveries are scientifically evaluated, partially restored and finally archived. Since 2004, more than 1.5 million objects have been gathered in the archaeological central archive. https://scontent-amt2-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/7482f03c534521782307ee0632068186/5BAD8E29/t51.2885-15/e35/34983090_260165591197526_4965650040115691520_n.jpg 2018-06-18
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The fire-gilt silver fibula (around 300 AD ) belongs to the most important finds of the Roman Iron Age in the District of Harburg. It represents an animal – hound or hart - looking over its shoulder, which was crafted by a Germanic artisan after a Roman model in the indiginous style. Comparable fibulae are known from Scandanavian princely burials. Lovely!? 🤩
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5905485834 5905485834 2018-06-18 Wherever I go, I seem to find archaeology. Out at Gull Island this weekend, far from civilization and we stumble on this - an excavated archaeological site, what looks like a more recent hearth feature, and a recent mesh bag filled with quartz rocks and used as an anchor. All in the same area. A good place to pull a boat up and camp is a good place to pull a boat up and camp.
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