“We know time is limitless but not how much we still have”
The Heliodorus pillar is a stone column that was erected around 110 BCE in central India in Vidisha near modern Besnagar, by Heliodorus, a Greek ambassador of the Indo-Greek king Antialcidas to the court of the Sunga king Bhagabhadra.
The pillar was surmounted by a sculpture of Garuda and was apparently dedicated by Heliodorus to the god Vasudeva in front of the temple of Vasudeva.
There are two inscriptions on the pillar, the first inscription describes in Brahmi the situation of Heliodorus and his relationship to the Sunga and Indo-Greek kings. The second inscription on the pillar describes in more detail the spiritual content of the faith supported by Heliodorus:
“Three immortal precepts (footsteps)… when practiced lead to heaven: self-restraint, charity, consciousness”
“Locked in an eternal embrace”, In Mantua, Italy (also the town to which Romeo was banished in William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet), archaeologists revealed the discovery of a couple locked in a tender embrace, one that has endured for more than 5,000 years.
An initial examination of the couple - dubbed the Lovers of Valdaro - revealed that the man (on the left in the picture) has an arrow in his spinal column while the woman has an arrow head in her side.
You can read more about this find here