Ivory carving of a skull and a snake with carnelian eyes from the Edo period in Japan, 1860.
14 000-year-old bison sculptures discovered in Le Tuc d’Audoubert cave, Ariege, France.
An Inuit otter amulet carved out of pigmented ivory, c.1870-1880.
2200-year-old glass mosaics discovered in the ancient city of Zeugma in Turkey.
Crystal spearhead found the 5,000-year-old megalithic tomb containing 25 bodies in Spain. It is also interesting that several of the buried individuals had consumed a poisonous substance.
The 4000-year-old well-preserved oak wagons were unearthed in the Lchashen village in Armenia. They are also the oldest known wagons in the world and are now on display at the History Museum of Armenia.
The 30 meters deep Chand Baori is the largest and deepest stepwell in India. Its oldest parts date from the 8th century, while the upper stories were built in the 18th century.
Engraved on the conjoined halves of two ostrich eggs, the Da Vinci Globe (1504) is the oldest known globe that shows the New World.
Made in 1528-29, this German hunting knife also functions as a gun and a calendar.
Breastplate armor of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I made in 1549.
9000-year-old cave painting of a shaman during psychedelic mushroom use found in Tassili cave Algeria.