The Olmec Civilization Producing Early Sculptures of Human Beings in Jade and Obsidian, the Unification of Ancient China, the Terracotta Warriors, Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II Hijacking History, Ancient Greek Black and Red Pottery, Drinking Party Symposiums in Ancient Greece, the Ancient Greek Half Human Half Animal Satyr, the Ancient Greek Boxer At Rest Statue, and German Art Historian Johann Joachim Winckelmann Shaping Modern Day Western Art through the Vatican

The Olmecs civilization were one of the earliest to produce sculpted figures of the human form. Archeologists didn’t realize that the Olmecs were the protoculture for Mesoamerica. The Olmecs commonly used jade and obsidian to carve figurines, but the purpose of these pieces are unknown. China was born in 200 BC, united by the first emperor Qin Shi Huang (pronounced “chin she ha-wong”), unifying 7 warring states in a single state, standardizing money, weights and measures, and even the characters...

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