Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Portraits from Burrows Cave
"When deciphered, it was surprising to learn that this stone represented the image of the famous personage Croesus, King of Lydia. Although Croesus lived several centuries before our mariners set sail from the Mediterranean, he was evidently highly esteemed and venerated by these ancient colonizers. Croesus was a wise and brilliant leader who lived a long and prosperous life, and here is his legacy, still alive and well 2500 years after his death and many thousands of miles from his kingdom; to be remembered for eternity." He has 3 suns, he must be very special. Note the bird hat.