Iron slave collar, Roman, fourth-sixth century CE. The inscription says "I have run away; hold me. When you return me to my master, Zoninus, you will receive a gold coin (solidus)." Going in Ancient History and Archaeology
massarrah: “ Medical Prescription from Ancient Mesopotamia This medical therapeutic text, inscribed in Akkadian cuneiform on a clay tablet small enough to fit into one’s hand, prescribes various plants and herbs to treat an unknown illness.
Ancient Babylonian Value for Pi. The tablets were found in Susa, in ancient times capital city of the Elamite Empire. (It also happens to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, at more than 7000 years.
Mesopotamia y los mayores inventos de la historia de la Humanidad