According to a report published by LiveScience.com, Nathan Wasserman, Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Archaeology, and Michael Streck, Professor at the Altorientalisches Institut at Universität Leipzig, have translated a 3,500-year-old clay tablet from southern Mesopotamia that contains political riddles and crude language dealing with sex, beer, and politics.
Read my post today. Here is the link: Sex and Beer in Mesopotamia
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Topics: Archaeology, Sex, Beer, Politics, Mesopotamia, Nathan Wasserman, Michael Streck
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