Francois du Plessis

Francois du Plessis

Photos taken by Francois du Plessis on his visits to ancient NINIVE in Iraq

New excavations at Erebuni near the capital of Yerevan. Francois is keeping a close eye on the latest discoveries at Armenia
Francois and Lauretta at Ughtasar close to Sisian in the south of Armenia. 2000 tombs with petroglyphs on them were found
On top of Ughtasar is a lake. The arrangement of the mountains lend themselves to a possible place where the ark of Noah came to rest.
latest discoveries at Armenia EPSN8900 - Cuneiform script mentioning the ancient king Arghisti. According to ancient chronology, he was a contemporary of Adad-ninrari II of Assyria. Many scholars identify him as the polytheist who became a monotheist at the preaching of the prophet Jonah from Israel. More detail can be found in the lecture series “The Rise and Fall of the Assyrian Empire.”
Lauretta is pointing to the petroglyphs on one of the tombs. The letters are also called “Itzagir” referring to its resemblance of goats.
According to Paris M. Herouni, this is the first representation of the fall of man in Eden. There is a snake, a tree, a woman taking from the fruit and Adam watching what Eve is doing.
There is a relationship between petroglyphs and proto Sinaiatic script according to William Shea.