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Originally posted by TheComte
Originally posted by MrsBlonde
I'm starting to think that Sumeria was a world wide culture....?
Hmmm, Sumeria wasn't a worldwide culture. But I think there was a worldwide culture that spawned Sumeria, and other ancient classical civilizations.
Clues point to a region in central Asia around the Black Sea where civilization began pre-Flood, and spread out radially from there. The writing on the Tataria Tablets resembles this new find.
edit on 16-1-2012 by TheComte because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Starchild23
reply to post by Flavian
Originally posted by Flavian
However, back to the matter at hand. The Knights Hospitaller were based on Malta, as well as it's derivative into the 16th and 17th century. During this later spell, they used the island as a base for attacking the Barbary pirates of North Africa and the Ottoman Empire. They were also not above kidnapping ships full of christians and selling them to Barbary pirates in order to both raise funds for themselves and to further hatred of the Muslims. They were also involved in the trade in antiquities - as such you would expect Malta to be littered with remnants from all over the Middle East.