I love looking up at old signs and facades and seeing the date the building or business opened. Sometimes the numbers are more functional than architecturally beautiful, but it's always worth knowi... https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com/2013/09/02/the-dates-on-new-yorks-buildings-and-signs/
Archaeologists find vast medieval palace buried under prehistoric fortress at Old Sarum - Archaeology - Science - The Independent
Erdinç Bakla, Göbeklitepe, Tiu dikilitaşı, 57x21x9 cm, 2012
A Phoenician coin. This coin is a good symbol for the primary Phoenician occupation, that is oversea trade, and would likely have been carried to far off lands upon Phoenician ships.
Archaeologists Find 12,000-year-old Pictograph at Gobeklitepe
Predating Stonehenge by years, Turkey’s stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization. It's up north in the Levant just below Turkey's mountains. Where were the makers of this site from?
Sir James Matthew ('JM') Barrie, Baronet, by George Charles Beresford
Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC years ago) There are other sites even older, hopefully history books will be rewritten to prove advanced cultures existed before
Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC (11.600 years ago)photography: Erdinç Bakla (2012)