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The site of the ' Pyramid of Cañete ' was discovered in the 70s and houses some remains would be dated to the third century BC. These two data were provided by the archaeologist José Vicente Pérez de la Sierra, which communicated by letter to Joseph Benedict's first biographer Marco Pérez, which in turn has unveiled told Vocesdecuenca.es .
Sierra quote chapter 'A new historical space: The process of Romanization in Castilla-La Mancha', signed by Ruby Sanz Gamo, extracted from the collective book 'Castilla-La Mancha in Roman and Late Antiquity' the Editorial Almud. The book was coordinated by the Cuenca Angel Fuentes Dominguez, a professor of archeology at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and in this, Sanz Gamo states that "the Celts populous III century BC kept characters originated in former times, among which citing the walls adapted to the topography, raised by two vertical walls with internal padding ... stone ... This type of defensive structures spread throughout the province of Cuenca, the cyclopean walls in Cañete ... ".
According to the archaeologist, "this somewhat vague reference because it does not mention the name of the site to which it refers, without doubt oppidum (fortified hill, in Latin) is the behind of a white house by the river, to the right of the Cuenca-Utiel, address Cañete road when it is accessed from passing through Fuentelespino and leaves a Boniches side. "
originally posted by: stinkelbaum
reminds me of that fraudster in bosnia, charging people to dig into a hill he claims is a pyramid.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
This pyramid at Tucume (Peru) doesn't look like much here:
But you can see from this aerial photo that there's something more going on at Tucume:
In reference to the above posted pyramids, Some of the grander ones in the area were mauled by the Spanish diverting rivers to wash away the outer layers in search of....yup....Gold.
Second, I'm pretty convinced that Spain has a history that has of yet been fully explored and understood. Being where it's located at the mouth of the Med leading out in the Atlantic, It was used way back in prehistory as a stop along coastal travels. Some have theories that somewhere along it's coast was a very ancient city wealthy from maritime trade in prehistory and was the actual bases for the whole Atlantis myth. It being wiped clean by a Tsunami long before even the Minoans, Phoenicians and maybe were somehow connected to one of my favorite site, Malta.