5 nov. 2015

Gobekli Tepe was not Alone: Another Mystery of the Deep Past

NASA has recently released images taken by the International Space Station crew of massive Neolithic earthworks that are found in modern-day Kazakhstan. 260 sites have been identified, of which form a variety of patterns, including a 900-foot square that is criss-crossed with an X, and a three-armed swastika that sports further curves on the ends of it's arms.

Initially discovered in 2007 by archaeology enthusiast Dmitriy Dey, the mounds, estimated to be 8,000 years old, have upended archaeologists' theories regarding what were supposed to be nomadic cultures in the region at that time.

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