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ANUNNAKI STRUCTURES: 200,000-YEAR-OLD ANCIENT CITY DISCOVERED IN SOUTH AFRICA
In 1849, British archeologist, Austin Henry Layard discovered 22,000 clay tablets in the Ancient Sumerian city of Nineveh, in an area now known as Iraq. The tablets contain cuneiform script and are one of the earliest known writing systems, created by the Sumerians 6,000 years ago.