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(Live Science)   Archeologists discover 3000 year-old statue of a warrior king in Turkey. Apparently--it was just as surprised as they were   (livescience.com) divider line 24
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2012-07-31 08:50:40 PM
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i49.tinypic.com
2012-07-31 10:31:43 PM
11 votes:
i48.tinypic.com
2012-07-31 08:39:53 PM
7 votes:
i.livescience.comwww.nytmare.org
2012-07-31 08:31:38 PM
6 votes:
"Bronze sword goes where?"
2012-07-31 08:37:41 PM
5 votes:

ElLoco: Oh good. Another meme pic.

Can never have too many of those.


i.livescience.comwww.freewebs.com
2012-07-31 10:12:18 PM
3 votes:
I'd Hittite.
2012-07-31 08:57:31 PM
3 votes:

Counter_Intelligent: Fascinating. Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't most other Mesopotamian depictions of humans have them wide-eyed?


Only the ones created during the Age of Wonders.
2012-07-31 08:43:33 PM
3 votes:
msnbcmedia4.msn.com

Have ya got any decaf?
2012-07-31 10:13:15 PM
2 votes:
msnbcmedia4.msn.com

www.milhist.net

/3,000 year stare
2012-07-31 08:53:48 PM
2 votes:
images.wikia.com
2012-07-31 08:47:25 PM
2 votes:
Hey Joey, have you ever been to a Turkish archaeological dig?
2012-07-31 08:45:35 PM
2 votes:
"The two pieces appear to have been ritually buried in the paved stone surface of the central passageway," Tayinat Project director Tim Harrison, a professor of archaeology at the University of Toronto, said in a statement.

The passageway and gates seems to have been destroyed in 738 B.C., when Assyrian forces conquered the Neo-Hittite city. The area then appears to have been paved over and turned into a courtyard.


"Ritually buried" or "Hey, dude, we really need to fill this hole with something. How about Bug-Eyes over there?"
2012-07-31 08:31:55 PM
2 votes:
TurWarKing?
2012-08-01 11:11:28 AM
1 votes:
Filthy Gozer worshipers.
2012-07-31 09:58:49 PM
1 votes:
msnbcmedia4.msn.com

What is seen still cannot be unseen.
2012-07-31 09:20:31 PM
1 votes:

Counter_Intelligent: Fascinating. Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't most other Mesopotamian depictions of humans have them wide-eyed?


farm3.static.flickr.com

/agrees
2012-07-31 08:41:44 PM
1 votes:

23FPB23: Guuberre: Was it in Istanbul?

or Constantinople?


That's no one's business but the Turks...
2012-07-31 08:38:13 PM
1 votes:

Guuberre: Was it in Istanbul?


or Constantinople?
2012-07-31 08:37:09 PM
1 votes:
Mashed potatoes and gravy reminisce.
2012-07-31 08:35:05 PM
1 votes:
buttsecks?
2012-07-31 08:34:31 PM
1 votes:
Was it in Istanbul?
2012-07-31 08:33:02 PM
1 votes:

IXI Jim IXI: TurWarKing?


Mmmm, TurWarKing....really makes me Hungary
2012-07-31 08:32:11 PM
1 votes:
+1 subby

Of course, you'd have that look also if you took a shovel to the ass
2012-07-31 08:31:48 PM
1 votes:
Oh good. Another meme pic.

Can never have too many of those.
 
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