posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 04:53 AM
a reply to: Shiloh7
In any settlement of significant age, there are layers upon layers. London, for example, has layer after layer, like a massive dirty onion. People
know that there are tunnels for the tube to run through, but what many people do not realise, when staring at the dome of St Paul's cathedral, or
eyeballing the London Eye, is that there are layers of archeology going back to the Roman occupation period, even entire Roman streets, beneath the
Rail workers there are prone to discovering all manner of interesting archeology when about the course of their duties, digging new underground
connections, and during the construction of new stations.
Of course, Egyptian methods of burial and building from the period with which this discovery in Abydos is concerned, mean that its archeology is much
easier to draw conclusions from, than the archeology of many other world wide locations. However, easy to decipher or not, every significant
settlement which has existed for a long period of time, gains these layers.
Star and flag and all that!