posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 07:10 AM
Cibedug is a site in the neighbouring province to Gunung Padang, it is in a remote region and information and quality images for the site are
difficult to come by.
The speculation is that it's an older site than Gunung Padang, which has suggested dates of around 11,000 years ago from radio-carbon samples, but
that remains to be seen, it is undated, but anywhere around that sort of dating would make it the worlds oldest pyramid by a considerable margin.
Certainly there are strong design similarities between the sites.
Overview and Proportions of
In the visible, Mount Padang megalithic sites such punden terraces with five terraces, while in Cibedug consists of nine terraces with an oval
stone structure like menhirs.
Mastery of technology at the site of Mount Padang further than Cibedug site. In Gunung Padang megalithic sites composed almost entirely of rocks and
almost rectangular precision, while at the rock Cibedug elliptical and irregular. Impression, megalithic sites Cibedug older age.
Up to now there has been no in-depth study or a special note on the age of the site Cibedug.
Lebak Sibedug Travel Log
Sibedug Lebak is the name of a village in the West Village area Citorek, Lebak regency, Banten province. Fame of this village can not be
separated from the presence of remnants of the megalithic era such as menhirs and punden
Entrance to the building complex is located on the west, The entrance to the site Lebak Cibedug through steps made of andesite composition and boulder
clay consisting of 33 steplocated in a complex that is now isolated and named the site Lebak Cibedug.
Megalithic culture Cibedug
Lebak Tilu Estuary is a hill which has an area of approximately 0.5 acres, located between two streams, rivers Cikatulampa east and north river
Cikalahang. Geographically, the site is located at coordinates S 06 ° 42'729 "and E 106 ° 17'165", with elevation 797 + 6 m above sea level.
Megalithic cultural tradition remains found at the site Muara Tilu Lebak, generally a stone remains standing as if arranged in pairs, forming a
square-up with the north-south orientation, the stone seats (consisting of flat stones set upright on a flat rock accompanied) and blocks andesite
arranged stacked round.
Gunung Padang is currently being investigated for hidden chambers beneath the extensive ruins, there is no work underway at Cibedug, but interest in
the site will develop given the similaraties.
Hidden chambers at Gunung Padang
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