March 5, 1953 BC: A computer calculated alignment of the naked-eye planets took place in a new moon, and in spring season, and is believed by researchers from NASA, to be the starting event for the Chinese calendar, as they followed descriptions from a 1st Century B.C. Chinese passage "Hong Fan Zhuan" by 'Liu Xiang', to search for this astronomical event being described to have happened about ...
07/08/2018 · The printable world map below can be printed easily on a piece of paper, and one can have it with themselves as a guide to learn more about where all the countries are in the world. PDF is one of the oldest and the best electronic formats in the digital world of information due to its reliability and the ease of carrying the format.
26/04/2012 · A general map of Mesopotamia and its neighbouring territories which roughly covers the period from 2000-1600 BCE reveals the concentration of city states in Sumer, in the south. This is where the first true city-states arose, although the cities of northern Mesopotamia and Syria were roughly contemporaneous.
Description. The map is the extant western third of a world map drawn on gazelle skin parchment, with dimensions variously reported as 90 cm × 63 cm, 86 cm × 60 cm, 90 cm × 65 cm, 85 cm × 60 cm, 87 cm × 63 cm, and 86 cm × 62 cm. These discrepancies are largely due to the damaged corner.
10/08/2020 · On this day, 2,632 years ago, the ancient metropolis of Nineveh fell. “ABC 3” is a historiographical text from ancient Babylonia which records August 10th 612 BC as the date of this dramatic occurrence. At that time, Nineveh was the largest city in the world and the capital of Assyria.