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    Posted: 16-Apr-2018 at 05:40
Great stuff, Thanks
Anyway if you have more other collections of ancient Tradition, Monuments and Technology used related pics to share it with us.

Thanks again in advance.


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  Quote opuslola Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06-Feb-2014 at 23:08
Yes! As far as I know, most of the works have either been recovered or are under investigation. You must know the work Americans did during WWII to try and save Nazi collections! Even a movie has been made.

Do you really think that we would do less for Iraq?

But when a people turn upon their on brethren and steal or destroy their own history, how can we "America" react? How would you?

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One of the greatest archeological tragedies of the 20th Century was the destruction and pillage of the Bagdad Museum during the war with the US.
 
TV news footage showed priceless artefacts destroyed and being looted by locals. I doubt if the stolen items will ever be seen again.
 
While the artefacts were the property of the Iraqi people, they were also the property of the world,  artefacts from which knowledge has been gained, and probably even more information remained to be found.
 
Has anything been done to track down the thieves and the stolen property?


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  Quote Nickmard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Mar-2009 at 20:52
Hi,

Here is the link to my collection of images taken from the Persian section of the British Musuem.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickmard/collections/72157607232813765/

Here is another link to my collection of images taken in Iran Bastan musuem in Tehran Iran
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickmard/sets/72157604463071675/

All images taken by me.

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  Quote Hebrewtext Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-Jan-2008 at 16:32
 
Israel museum Jerusalem
 
 
Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem
 
 
 
Eretz Israel museum Tel Aviv
 


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...And where exactly is this new museum? You didn't say.

...The Istanbul Archeological Museum is a hidden gem- it contains the 2nd slab of the TREATY OF KADESH!

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Very nice.
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I just learned that the web page of the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations is under construction. It will provide a 3D exibition and will be in service soon, I think...
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  Quote kotumeyil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Aug-2005 at 16:02
Originally posted by vagabond

kotumeyil - great link - was never able to get inland as far as Ankara so I had to satisfy myself with the ruins along the Med and Aegean coast and the museums (WOW) in Istanbul.  BTW - do you know if the museum maintains a site of its own?  Some of the links on the geocities site were broken. 

Unfortunately I don't know. Maybe it's under construction or something...

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  Quote vagabond Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-Aug-2005 at 05:02

kotumeyil - great link - was never able to get inland as far as Ankara so I had to satisfy myself with the ruins along the Med and Aegean coast and the museums (WOW) in Istanbul.  BTW - do you know if the museum maintains a site of its own?  Some of the links on the geocities site were broken. 

M Pasha - How could I forget the Getty - should have been on my first list.  That's why more brains are always better than one.   But I am still sure that I will have trouble explaining that to the cops when they stop me for a broken taillight and find the extra brains that I keep in the trunk of my car. 

reign - again WOW - the quality of this exhibit just blew me away.  One of the better interactive museum visits I've seen. 

lildiamond (are you sure that that's not backwards? )  great webzine - and what do they have at the foot of their pages? 

More Museum Links

Thanks everyone - keep em comin

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  Quote kotumeyil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02-Aug-2005 at 07:24

Most probably the best museum on the ancient Anatolian civilisations

Anatolian Civilisations Museum in Ankara, Turkey..

http://www.geocities.com/anadolu_muzesi/muze.html

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the J.Paul Getty Museum

http://www.getty.edu/museum/

Egyptiam Museum,Cairo

http://www.egyptianmuseum.gov.eg/

Museum of Islamic Ceramics

http://www.sis.gov.eg/egyptinf/culture/html/ismus00.htm

Coptic Museum, Cairo

http://www.sis.gov.eg/egyptinf/culture/html/albfram.htm



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  Quote vagabond Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06-Jun-2005 at 01:26

Great links folks - keep 'em coming.

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One of my favorites in the Pacific Northwest. It is a great museum and even has a Rodin collection but it is in the middle of nowhere.



http://www.maryhillmuseum.org/
Rodin
Just part of this large collection but the Orthodox Icons from Russia are really nice!
    An internationally recognized collection of sculptures and watercolors by the great French master Auguste Rodin, including the only pedestal sized plaster version of the celebrated figure of The Thinker and a life sized plaster of Eve from the famed "Gates of Hell".

    The Rodin Gallery was recently renovated and re-designed with all of the sculptures in the Museum's collection now on permanent display.


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Historic & contemporary baskets and
pots from the American Southwest
#      Native American Collections

    An extensive Native American Collection comprised of rare prehistoric rock carvings, intricate baskets and beadwork, plus a vast array of unique artifacts from throughout North America. The baskets in the collection encompass both the older traditions and examples of styles influenced by European based cultural contact.


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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-May-2005 at 18:09

HERE IS LISTED ALL NEAR EASTERN RELATED MUSEUMS... CHECK IT OUT.. http://www.ancientneareast.net/museums.html

Mesopotamian related museums.... I went or will go soooon:

http://www.rom.on.ca/ (MANY CUNEIFORM TABLETS, CYLINDERS...)
http://www.metmuseum.org/home.asp (SOON)
http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/default.html (ONE OF THE BEST)
http://www.museum.upenn.edu (URIII ARTIFACTS TO SEE)
http://www.mfa.org/ (SOON)
http://www.lacma.org/ (NICE BAS RELIEFS)



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  Quote vagabond Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19-May-2005 at 23:01

Great stuff tzar - thanks -

Anyone else have a link to a good online antiquity collection?

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