Ancient Civilizations

Map of Illyrian fortresses and archaeological sites in Albania

This post shows a map of all important archeological sites in Albania and also all megalithic Illyrian fortress locations. It is a great basis for a trip to Albania. It was the main reason I bought below book. Although the book itself was a bit dissapointing and did not show the megalithic fortresses, the map …

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The story of king Pakal and the red queen tomb discovery

Both are hidden graves in meso american pyramids. This suggests more pyramids in meso america might hold such burial chambers and treasure. Red Queen:Quote: Temple XIII is next to the Pyramid of the Inscriptions, and much smaller in size. It is about twelve meters high, built in steps, with an external stairway leading to the …

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The possible second entrance to the Menkaure pyramid

This paper is a thesis to a possible second passage entrance to the Menkaure pyramid on the east side of the pyramid based on observation of the casing stone finishes and the placement of this surface in relation to the mortuary temple. Free to read online or download here: https://www.academia.edu/38693408/The_possible_second_entrance_to_the_Menkaure_pyramid This was published on 2 …

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The tumulus and the remus – Elpenore

Source: http://www.circei.it/tumulo-e-remo.html?fbclid=IwAR1XDS4U3xxbyaeou7SX9q2JHkbJSWj-W7LiLuQmEK7yEnUUnC3SPIDJEWk   Written by Carlo Gallone  Elpenore – One of Odysseus’ companions who were transformed by Circe into pigs. Resumed human form, the night before the departure, Elpenore fell asleep on the roof of the building. Getting up to the call of Odysseus, he moved, forgot where he was, and crashed, breaking his neck (Odyssey, X, 550 …

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Ancient Egyptian stonework tools and methods

Article mirrored in full to preserve knowledge as shown as ‘outdated’ (2002) on original source. All credit and copyright to original writer Archae Solenhofen Source original article:  http://www.oocities.org/unforbidden_geology/ancient_egyptian_copper_coring_drills.html?fbclid=IwAR2O72JNJvZGzohgtJePRUeQT_sEieqV1729oZVvQpcLo31GZTbgS1dcgT8————————- Ancient Egyptian Stoneworking Tools and Methods Archae Solenhofen (solenhofen@hotmail.com) Last modified  December 10, 2002   Copper coring drills Large diameter copper tubes (as well as being made of …

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The cruciform tombs of the Zapotec in Mitla

I learned today about these cross tombs, from an article from Dee Olson mentioning Marco M. Vigato and decided to read up on these and make a post on it to see what I could find online on it. Latest update 3/2020 The tombs have been located again. https://unchartedruins.blogspot.com/2020/03/the-megalithic-ruins-of-ancient-mexico.html?fbclid=IwAR14bSOqcAPCdeHFJYJq5S8Ub2rBX6gi0LwVoriZ3keoaISz-a5M3gFHPVY   Over the past century, the …

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Chaac as Makara

An extension of my ongoing Makara research, showing its appearance in  american cultures. The paper can be read and downloaded here. https://www.academia.edu/34955818/The_Makara_a_clear_link_between_Meso_American_and_Asian_Vedic_cultures This below is an extension that will be added later. I discovered that the Chaac face is infact also a Makara. It uses 3 Makaras to create a similar 2d and 3d image. …

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