Classical Oceania

Floating cities and stone heads facing the sea

To the north and east of Australia are a ring of some 10,000 islands, spanning a geographic region of more than 800,000 square km. These islands rose from the vast Pacific ocean in volcanic eruptions, and became home to one of the most diverse groups of cultures in the world.

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Igbo-Ukwu

800 CE-900 CE

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