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(Huffington Post)   3,300-year-old ancient city discovered beneath a mound in Iraq. Or as 3,300 years ago is called in Iraq - yesterday   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Iraq, Guatemala City, Iraqi Kurdistan, Matt Duchene, Uruk, state religion, archaeologists, regional government  
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2013-10-04 07:30:57 PM  
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2013-10-04 11:41:36 AM  
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THE GREAT NAME: To The Escape Zeppelin!: 3300 years ago the Great Pyramid of Giza was already over a thousand years old, the first dynasty of China had ruled for centuries, and you could ride on a Phoenician trading ship anywhere from England to South Africa. The depth of history is sometimes scary.

To you americans, yah. That's because your history books are more like little pamphets.

Very true. My parents are Irish and there's a tomb near my grandparent's house that's thousands of years old and nobody thinks anything of it. Here in the US finding anything from the 1700's is ancient.
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