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The wall is located in the district of Sar Pol-e Zahab, in the west of Iran, and stretches for about 71 miles (or 115 kilometers) as far as the legendary Hadrian's Wall, constructed in England by the Romans.
The walls stretch from the Bamu Mountains north to an area close to the village of Zhaw Marg, south, as per the release says.
originally posted by: MJM2019
a reply to: LedermanStudio
It's strange how mainstream history courses rarely teach anything about the archeological achievements in the Middle East
originally posted by: AndyMayhew
A bit more info on this wall here:
The Gawri Wall: a possible Partho-Sasanian structure in the western foothills of the Zagros Mountains
originally posted by: KKLOCO
YES! S & F for an ancient civilization thread. The mud pit is killing this site slowly.
originally posted by: LedermanStudio
I appreciate your thoughts. Can I ask what the image is ?a reply to: stonerwilliam
......The historians say that Christianity was taken to Pictland in the 5th century by Saint columba when in reality it had been here under a different name for nearly a thousand years ,.....