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This 4000-year old financial crisis indicator says that a major one is looming
Over 4,000 years ago during Sargon the Great's reign of the Akkadian Empire, it took 8 units of silver to buy one unit of gold. This was a time long before coins.
5 female trailblazers in history
The daughter of the Mesopotamian king Sargon the Great, the Akkadian who unified central and southern Mesopotamia, Enheduanna was appointed high priestess by her father in a bid to prove his right as the empire's ruler. Enheduanna was the unifier.
The Guardian uses copyright to shush a critic of its cultural criticism
The London-based newspaper asked YouTube to remove an eight-minute video from a provocative cultural commentator who goes by Sargon of Akkad. Sargon's unabashedly politically incorrect -- and wickedly funny -- piece took apart a video by the ...
Guardian Accused of 'False' Copyright 'Bullying' Against Hilarious YouTuber
“The Guardian has not issued a DMCA against YouTube user Sargon of Akkad,” a spokesman said. “There are, however, ongoing copyright discussions with the YouTube user regarding the amount of a Guardian video he has used – an issue highlighted by ...
The Mythical Lamassu: Impressive Symbols for Mesopotamian Protection
The most famous colossal statues of Lamassu have been excavated at the sites of the Assyrian capitals established by King Assurnasirpal II (reigned 883 – 859 BC) and King Sargon II (reigned 721 – 705 BC).

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