Gobekli Tepe - 6000 years older than Stonehenge - World Mysteries Blog
Gobekli Tepe: Oldest Monumental Architecture of Planet Predating Stonehenge by 6,000 years, Turkey’s stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization Located 35 miles north of Turkey’s border with Syria, Gobekli Tepe consists of 20 T-shaped stone towers, carved with drawings of snakes, scorpions, lions, boars, foxes and other animals. […]
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Mysterious Structure- Beneath Sea of Galilee Scientists discovered by accident a mysterious circular structure having a diameter greater than the length of a Boeing 747 jet which was found in 2003 beneath the Sea of Galilee in Israel. The Sea of Galilee shores located in the North of Israel have several numbers of significant archaeological sites and researches from the Tel Aviv University discovered the ancient structure which lay deep beneath the sea. The findings were published ten years…
Tsagiglalal, or "She Who Watches". This petroglyph has the face of a woman, painted on a rock along the Columbia River near the Dalles. It was created by the Wishram/Tlakluit Indians of the Chinook nation. Photo by Edward S. Curtis. 1910
Laas Geel Rock Art Caves, Paintings Depicting Cows Somaliland
Laas Gaal or Laas Geel is a complex of caves and rock shelters in Somaliland. Famous for their rock art, the caves are located not far from Hargeisa, and contain some of the earliest known cave paintings in Africa. Laas Gaal's rock art is estimated to date back to somewhere between 9,000–8,000 and 3,000 BCE. It is just a fantastic place to visit. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com
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Painted Cave Art of the Chumash Indians Indigenous peoples of Southern California The Chumash lived in the present-day counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis in southern California during...
"Eye-stele" human face and Aramaic inscription. Photos of the exhibition in Berlin
Photo tour through the exhibition at the Pergamonmuseum Berlin, 2012. Organised by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage, together with the Museum of Islamic Art, Berlin.
The Shigir Idol (Russian: Шигирский идол), is the most ancient wooden sculpture in the world, made during the Mesolithic period, around 7,500 BCE. It is displayed in the Historic Exhibition Museum in Yekaterinburg, Russia.