Ah, love and the heartbreak it brings. It's a tale as old as humanity
itself, but when a long lost Babylonian love letter surfaced some 4,000
years later, a bookkeeper, a chemist, and a scholar formed an unlikely
eam to decipher the mystery: On a tiny bit of clay a naive and baffled lover writes to his sweetheart:
“To Bibea: May the gods for my sake preserve your health.
At 3,500 years old, researchers may have deciphered the world's most ancient "yo mama" joke. Using images of a tablet discovered in 1976 but since lost, the pair dissected a series of jokes carved by a Babylonian student thousands o...
A 4,000 year old tablet, written in cuneiform, the first script in human history has been deciphered. YOU WON’T BELIEVE WHAT IT SAID! A detailed (albeit vintage) WikiHow on ark
Some things are just purely human, it would appear. Researchers examining the engravings on a series of 3,500-year-old lost Babylonian tablets recently posted their findings, and what they found were basically jokes about sex, comme...