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George Santayana wrote, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." History provides knowledge for unlocking all other realms of human development. The study of history provides a solid foundation not only for history and social studies education majors, but for careers in law, business, government, international relations, journalism, library services and museums, to name but a few.

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    Ceremonial Chalcolithic stones axes, ca. 4000 B.C.

    Giant stone phallus, ca. 4000-600 B.C.

    Iron slag, possibly as early as 2000 B.C.

    Opium bowl, ca 1300-1250 B.C.

    Mycenaean bronze feasting bowl, ca 1250-1150 B.C.

    Hellenistic Splash-ware bowls, ca. 5th-4th century B.C.

    Life-size statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    Life-size Statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    Life-size statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    Life-size statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    Statue fragment, before 600 B.C.

    Demon Bess, bofore 600 B.C.

    Cypro-Syllabic inscription discovered by Ty Omlin, before 600 B.C.

    Lamp, 1st Century B.C.-1St century A.D.

    Roman perfume vase, 1st century A.D.

    Gold Byzantine coin, ca. 6th-7th century A.D.

    Medieval S-Graffito ware, 12th century A.D.

    Bronze Cruciform idol, unable to date as it is unique

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