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We have been taught that each of the Earth's strata layers were deposited over millions of years.  OK, if that's true we could never expect to see a tree trunk buried vertically extending through multiple strata layers, could we?  But we do see them - all over the world.  These are called polystrate trees.  Fossils crossing two or more sedimentary layers (strata) are called poly-strate (many-strata) fossils.

We have been taught that each of the Earth's strata layers were deposited over millions of years. OK, if that's true we could never expect to see a tree trunk buried vertically extending through multiple strata layers, could we? But we do see them - all over the world. These are called polystrate trees. Fossils crossing two or more sedimentary layers (strata) are called poly-strate (many-strata) fossils.

Oldest known full size statute of a man at Gobekli Tepe.     http://gobekli.net & http://twitter.com/gobeklitepe

Oldest known full size statute of a man at Gobekli Tepe. http://gobekli.net & http://twitter.com/gobeklitepe

Kazakh painter Nurlan Abishev. "The queen of Skythian tribe Massagetean" in Golden Man costume

Kazakh painter Nurlan Abishev. "The queen of Skythian tribe Massagetean" in Golden Man costume

Needles and Sins Tattoo Blog | Pazyryk Mummy with 2,500 Year Old Tattoos to be Displayed

Needles and Sins Tattoo Blog | Pazyryk Mummy with 2,500 Year Old Tattoos to be Displayed

Forehead Plaque from a Horse Harness Place: Russia Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Pazyryk Culture. 6th century BC Place of finding: Central Altai, the Village of Tuekta, in the Valley of the River Ursul Archaeological site: Tuekta Barrow No.1 (excavations by S.I. Rudenko, 1954) Material: wood Technique: carved Dimensions: diam. 12,7 cm

Forehead Plaque from a Horse Harness Place: Russia Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Pazyryk Culture. 6th century BC Place of finding: Central Altai, the Village of Tuekta, in the Valley of the River Ursul Archaeological site: Tuekta Barrow No.1 (excavations by S.I. Rudenko, 1954) Material: wood Technique: carved Dimensions: diam. 12,7 cm

female Scythian warrior; according to academics the girls could not marry until they killed their first enemy.  Husband and wives were expected to fight along side one another.

female Scythian warrior; according to academics the girls could not marry until they killed their first enemy. Husband and wives were expected to fight along side one another.

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