The iron pillar of Delhi.(composed of 98% pure wrought iron). Said to be from the time of Chandragupta Vikramaditya (375–413). A fence was erected around the pillar in 1997 in response to damage caused by visitors. There is a popular tradition that it was considered good luck if one could stand with one's back to the pillar and make one's hands meet behind it.
It's slowly starting to come out but not fast enough... Check this link i found this to be funny... http://news.discovery.com/history/early-human-tool-use.html How can we say we built something if we don't know how it was built? And you better know I left out alot. Which really it would be better for you to find out yourself.. http://sephiaya...
Ancient Spacecraft - Zecharia Sitchin one of the leading writers and investigators of the Astro Archaeology movement has traveled the world many times over in search of out-of-place-artifacts. He discovered that the Istanbul Museum of Archaeology had been holding a stone carved relic that so closely detailed a modern space capsule that they refused to display it.
Out-of-place artifact (OOPArt) is a term coined by American naturalist and cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson for an object of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual or seemingly impossible context that could challenge conventional historical chronology by being "too advanced" for the level of civilization that existed at the time, or showing "human presence" well before humans were supposed to exist.