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I know next to nothing about the Turkish economy, so forgive me if this is a dumb question. Anyone know if there are any mining operations in that area? As in, is this area rich in something that people could have conducted surveys in, maybe marking spots for future purposes?
Second stupid question. Could these be archaeological-originating markers for future excavation sites, numbers being used as references in aerial photos maybe?
he explains that he has mapped the entire summit using ground-penetrating radar and geomagnetic surveys, charting where at least 16 other megalith rings remain buried across 22 acres. The one-acre excavation covers less than 5 percent of the site. He says archaeologists could dig here for another 50 years and barely scratch the surface.
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