The Ashfall Fossil Beds are important and rare collection of preservation sites known as lagerstatten. The lagerstatten is known to preserve ecological snapshots of different preserved fossilized organisms undisturbed. The Ashfall Fossil Beds are famous for the fossils of mammals known to have been from the Miocene geologic epoch.    City: Orchard  County: Antelope  State: Nebraska

The Ashfall Fossil Beds are important and rare collection of preservation sites known as lagerstatten. The lagerstatten is known to preserve ecological snapshots of different preserved fossilized organisms undisturbed. The Ashfall Fossil Beds are famous for the fossils of mammals known to have been from the Miocene geologic epoch. City: Orchard County: Antelope State: Nebraska

Nebraska State Bank Building

Nebraska State Bank Building

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, Royal. This is on the bucket list to visit with the kids.  (I say, go do it!  A stunning, sobering experience. Go, & take your time there.)

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, Royal. This is on the bucket list to visit with the kids. (I say, go do it! A stunning, sobering experience. Go, & take your time there.)

Nebraska print

Nebraska State Pride Series 11x14" Poster

The oldest khachkars in the cemetery date back to the late 10th century.[1] During the revival of the khachkar tradition in the 16-17th centuries many khachkars were built under the yoke of the Safavid Empire when oriental influences seeped into Armenian art. Three master carvers from this period carved khachkars in Noraduz, the most notable of whom was Kiram Kazmogh (1551-1610), his contemporaries were Arakel and Meliset

The oldest khachkars in the cemetery date back to the late 10th century.[1] During the revival of the khachkar tradition in the 16-17th centuries many khachkars were built under the yoke of the Safavid Empire when oriental influences seeped into Armenian art. Three master carvers from this period carved khachkars in Noraduz, the most notable of whom was Kiram Kazmogh (1551-1610), his contemporaries were Arakel and Meliset

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