Ancient Handbag Controversy - EXPLAINED | Dr. David Miano

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In this episode Dr. Miano from the YouTube channel "World of Antiquity" in a fun and masterful way guides us through the subject of "Ancient Handbags" that has produced a variety of books, tv episodes and conspiracy theories.

He explains that most of the misconceptions and conspiracy theories surrounding these ancient bags is based on a lack of understanding of ancient art, iconography and the development of human cultures and civilizations.

From discussing Assyrian reliefs, Native American imagery, Mesopotamian mythology, archaeology and so much more we touch on a variety of points in a very short time to clear up the misinformation being spread online by those pursuing pseudoscience and encouraging conspiracy theories.

Check out the Ancient Handbag episodes done by Dr. Miano here:

Mystery of the Sumerian Handbags SOLVED

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ub3FBLUgxfY

Mystery of the Gobekli Tepe "Handbags"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjQKvxbLojA

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