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originally posted by: Davg80
do you think the reasons you know very little about Germany before the wars is because they lost.
"history is written by winners"
although i did find this......
Ok then one of your go to guy's might be Dr. Micheal Heiser . He has a ton of stuff using lots of ancient sources . drmsh.com... Follow his links and sources and that may help .
The artifact in this episode is actually going to be the sanctuary of the fallen angels (bena-ha-elohim) so it is a fantasy comic but I want to be as historically acurate for the time period, political situation, the occultists of the period, and all locations, uniforms, vehicles, and fashion, etc.
The Chiemsee Cauldron was discovered in 2001 by a local diver at the bottom of Lake Chiemsee, about 200m from the shore near Arlaching, Chieming municipality. It was initially suspected to be some 2,000 years old, judging by its Celtic-style decoration and its similarity to the Gundestrup cauldron. However, when the artifact was passed along to Ludwig Wamser of the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection to be analyzed, it was identified as a 20th-century creation, possibly made during the Nazi era. This seemed to be confirmed by a witness; the senior director of the Munich jeweller's company Theodor Heiden stated that the company's goldsmith, Alfred Notz, before his death in the 1960s, had told him about a "golden cauldron weighing more than 10 kg, with a figurative ornament and manufactured by means of the paddle and anvil technique," which had been manufactured in Heiden's workshop between 1925 and 1939