Originally posted by undo
reply to post by Hanslune
cool, but whats theoretical about a screenplay in involving stargates in ancient egypt, if not stargates?
for example, it says in one of the blurbs, that it was nearly identical to the original, with the exception of some nae changes. sounds about right.
Originally posted by PageAlaCearl
Göbekli Tepe, is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa, in southeastern Turkey and 500 miles away from Istanbul, Turkey. It is the most astonishing archaeological discovery in modern times and also thought to be the oldest advanced civilization on Earth.
Ancient Aliens Season - 02, Episode - 08 (Unexplained Structures).
This is pretty fascinating, 12,000 years old and 7,000 years older than Mesopotamia known to be the 'Cradle of Life'. Before stone hedge, and the Great pyramid. According to biblical tradition the world began in 4000 BC but that was 8000 years later than the foundation of Göbekli Tepe. Something with advanced tools and a way to move rocks that weigh many tons made all this.edit on 7-2-2012 by PageAlaCearl because: (no reason given)edit on 7-2-2012 by PageAlaCearl because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by duality90
That was quite interesting, but can anyone tell me how they made the jump into the 'great flood'? It just seemed to come out of nowhere haha
Schmidt, mindful that future archaeologists may develop better techniques, refuses to be rushed. At 53, he’s got 12 more years of digging until he retires, and he envisions the site’s excavations lasting another halfcentury.
Mindful of archaeology’s destructive nature, he’s carefully leaving something for future excavators. “The idea is
not to excavate the entire settlement. The idea is to excavate as little as possible,” he says. “We just have to have enough to be sure we understand what was really going on at the site.”
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
Originally posted by Hellas
reply to post by FraternitasSaturni
The Helladic period dates back to the 30th Century BC!
And like I said the 12k are just an estimation and a very vague one, too. And no we're not talking about Turkey because this is irrelevant since Turkey is only roughly 800 years old. So this is of course nothing Turkish. And I gave a very plausible explanation.
It was always the dominant culture since ancient times
Ok, first you said hellenic... then you say helladic. Ok... I sincerely hope you know the difference.
Still... the early helladic dates back to 3000bc so... your point is? 3000 bc is NOT 10000 bc... 10000bc is not bronze age like the helladic, is neolithic - lithic as in STONE... 10k bc is still a stone age (a new stone age ok, but still a stone age) not a metal age. We're talking about a 7 or 8 thousand years difference.
I dont mean to be rude or offensive but...
Do you even know what you're talking about? I mean... I'm a history major, and I never ever seen anyone mixing hellenic or hellenistic with helladic... Come on... you want ppl to take you seriously, please learn your history because I'm not here wasting my time with someone who cant understand history and cant tell a stone age from a bronze age and the years between them. - this is like... 8th grade history.