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Archeologists announced in March of 2006 that an excavation near the Red Sea had unearthed a shipyard containing the world's oldest sea-faring ships. The artifacts, such as wooden planks and cargo boxes, suggest that Egyptians had set sail 4,000 years ago.

Archeologists announced in March of 2006 that an excavation near the Red Sea had unearthed a shipyard containing the world's oldest sea-faring ships. The artifacts, such as wooden planks and cargo boxes, suggest that Egyptians had set sail years ago.

The ancient ruins of the the city of Persepolis, Iran. Built around 500 BC by Darius I, this incredible city once served as the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire.  It was a huge undertaking of art and architecture.  Today all that remains are the city’s ruins, but it is still one of Iran’s most famous archaeological finds and has been listed as a UNESCO Site.

The ancient ruins of the the city of Persepolis, Iran. Built around 500 BC by Darius I, this incredible city once served as the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It was a huge undertaking of art and architecture.

Music Man Ball Family Reserve John Petrucci 6 Electric Guitar Bahama Blue Burst (via Musician's Friend)

Music Man Ball Family Reserve John Petrucci 6 Electric Guitar Bahama Blue Burst (via Musician's Friend)

Cranes lift the face of a statue from the Abu Simbel Temples in Egypt, May 1966.Photograph by Georg Gerster, National Geographic

Cranes lift the face of a statue from the Abu Simbel Temple in Egypt, May The temple was being moved to avoid it being submerged after the building of the Aswan Dam. Photograph by Georg Gerster, National Geographic

Vintage Fender Surf Ad (Tanks to Nicholas Kolovos for sharing - via Bass Players United)

Photographer Robert Perrine often casted his daughters and their friends in his Fender ads. On the left is a Jaguar and on the right is a Jazz Bass.