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The Oldest Cookbook in the World, clay Babylonian tablet, inscribed in Akkadian. It dates to ca. 1750 BC (the time of Hammurabi) and contains the oldest known cooking recipes.

The Oldest Cookbook in the World, clay Babylonian tablet, inscribed in Akkadian. It dates to ca. 1750 BC (the time of Hammurabi) and contains the oldest known cooking recipes.

Peloponnissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece

Peloponissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece [681x1024]

Peloponnissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece

Ausgrabung des Kouros (1914) C Photo | Greece.com

Ausgrabung des Kouros (1914) C Photo | Greece.com

William J. Stillman, Portico of the Pandrosium Athens 1868

William J. Stillman, Portico of the Pandrosium Athens 1868

Erechtheum, Propylaea, showing steps and temple of Athena Apteros - A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library

Erechtheum, Propylaea, showing steps and temple of Athena Apteros - A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library

Acropolis, Propylaea and Erechtheum, Cornell University Library

Acropolis, Propylaea and Erechtheum, Cornell University Library

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Acropolis, Athens, 1934

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Acropolis, Athens, 1934

Archaeologists at the time of finding two ancient statues, region of Markopoulo in Athens, 1972

Archaeologists at the time of finding two ancient statues, region of Markopoulo in Athens, 1972

Olympia. Heraeum columns. Dorothy Burr Thompson Greece 1923

Olympia. Heraeum columns. Dorothy Burr Thompson Greece 1923

Dmitri Kessel: A man walking through the remains of an ancient temple in Athens. Athens, Greece, 1944

Dmitri Kessel: A man walking through the remains of an ancient temple in Athens. Athens, Greece, 1944


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