posted on Jan, 28 2013 @ 12:22 PM
really interesting and thanks for posting
having read the op article i do have to do a minor bit of nit-picking though... following the source to "beforeitsnews" and linking to the "kykeon"
site (as i was curious about the "dating" used for the up to 25k yrs figure), it would appear that kykeon, a greek language site, is not an
archaeological organisation/uni dept, but a forum full of spooky pics and fakery, i tried google translate and it made my pc spit out its dummy. i
think that the dating of these in the article lacks credibilty, though is ofc not impossible, it just needs a verifiable source and some detail.
the article also states that these are unique, whereas obvs the uk is ram full of dolmens, and very similar ones with "front walls" and the
doors/windows/glory holes (lol) can be found all over, like south america, se asia amongst other places - i would have provided some pics, but i lost
a lot of time trying to translate the page etc etc, but they are well known to megalith enthusiasts and have also been posted in ATS threads not long
dont let my nit-picking distract though, thanks for the article, i had not seen these particular ones before
Originally posted by windword
Originally posted by tonybotzo
very cool...those are some massive glory holes lmao
Very interesting observation.
If these were ovens of some kind, what do you think they were making? Glass? or do you think they used them to forge metal weapons?
Wouldn't they show some evidence of the great heat generated within?
sorry, but he was not referring to furnaces for glass making, i wont go into detail but an internet search without filters will produce some results
you may not thank me for
edit on 28-1-2013 by skalla because: clarity
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