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AMMAN - Ancient burial chambers in the Jordan Valley are being threatened by modern development and may be demolished, according to an international report released this week.
The dolmens foothills of Damiyah were listed among 77 endangered sites around the world on the World Monuments Fund (WMF) annual watch list.
Damiyah, located in the northern Jordan Valley, is home to hundreds of dolmens, megalithic table-shaped block formations, which some experts believe may date back to the Chalcolithic period, around 4500-3500BC.
Originally posted by Hanslune
reply to post by Aquarius1
Archaeology is also a passion of mine however the journalist Graham Hancock is not one of my mentors. If you are really interested in it you may wish to spread your vision a bit more and taken in real archaeology instead of the pseudoarchaeology spread about by Graham. Comparison is always good.