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Tiny Bone Carving may Upend our Understanding of the Megaliths at Göbekli Tepe

Stone monuments of Zorats Karer

Stone monuments of Zorats Karer

Shrouded In Mystery And Forgotten By History, This Sunken City Is Absolutely Fascinating! - Dusty Old Thing

Cleopatra’s royal quarters were found underwater off the shores of Alexandria, Egypt. They had been lost for 1600 years, swept away by earthquakes and tidal waves. Click through to see more lost treasures from Cleopatra's kingdom!

The Carnac Stones are 3,000 megalithic stones arranged in perfect lines over a distance of 12 kilometers on the coast of Brittany in the North-West of France.

Everyone has heard of Stonehenge, but few know the Carnac Stones. These are megalithic stones arranged in perfect lines over a distance of 12 kilometers on the coast of Brittany in the North-West of France.

Can the Bible be used as an accurate history of religions.

Göbekli Tepe is the oldest known human-made religious structure. It was built in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey around the millennium BCE .

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TATEVI VANK ARMENIA

TATEVI VANK ARMENIA

Called Zorats Karer in Sisian, Armenia or Karahundj is 7540 years old. This ancient place is also known as Armenia’s Stonehenge. It is the world’s oldest observatory for the stars. There are a total of 85 stones with holes in different angles that point to the stars. Since it is so old, the angles are off a little, but what can be told about this site is that some of the rocks are pointing to the sky at the swan/vulture constellation.

Zorats Karer (Zorac‘ K‘arer, Zorac Qarer, Zorakarer, Zorakar Armenian: Զորաց Քարեր), also called Karahunj or Carahunge) is an archaeological site near the city of Sisian in the Syunik province of Armenia.

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