The finds include 4,000-year-old pottery from the early Bronze Age, the remains of timber roundhouses, and evidence of Iron Age smithing and domestic life. The site has real regional significance and adds considerably to a wider understanding of early habitation in the area. http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/CouncilNews/ci_cns/pr_archaeological_030614.asp
Gobekli-Tepe. The worlds oldest monolithic structure. Over 7000 yrs. older than the Great Pyramid of Giza and Stonehenge. Built around 10,000 bce in an era known as PPN(pre-pottery neolithic)A It predates metallurgy, pottery, and the agricultural revolution. Meaning this was built when the worlds population was still hunter-gatherer tribes. There is no evidence of occupancy, only religious practices. Making this the worlds first man-made monument to some celestial being or belief.
The Tombs, Mycenae, Greece - Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The circle designated B, with the earliest burials, lay outside the limits of the later Bronze Age defenses, but the other circle, A, enclosing the richest burials in six large graves, was deliberately incorporated within them.