Explore Caral S, Resilient Buildings and more!

Explore related topics

Caral's builders created a city of pyramids, sunken amphitheaters, seismically resilient buildings and underground ducts that channeled the wind to keep their fires burning all with basic tools.

Caral's builders created a city of pyramids, sunken amphitheaters, seismically resilient buildings and underground ducts that channeled the wind to keep their fires burning all with basic tools.

Giant Crystal Pyramid Discovered In Bermuda Triangle - It is larger than the ones in Egypt. It is also believed that further study of this pyramid could confirm what some engineers believe about pyraminds in that they were originally designed and created as massive power sources.

Giant Crystal Pyramid Discovered In Bermuda Triangle - It is larger than the ones in Egypt. It is also believed that further study of this pyramid could confirm what some engineers believe about pyraminds in that they were originally designed and created as massive power sources.

3500 years of Cappadocian cave homes: These unique underground havens once were used by early Christians to hide from Roman armies, yet they remain occupied to this day - 100 square miles with 200+ underground villages and tunnel towns complete with hidden passages, secret rooms and ancient temples, with each new civilization building on the work of the last.

3500 years of Cappadocian cave homes: These unique underground havens once were used by early Christians to hide from Roman armies, yet they remain occupied to this day - 100 square miles with 200+ underground villages and tunnel towns complete with hidden passages, secret rooms and ancient temples, with each new civilization building on the work of the last.

Human headed lions, Nineveh, near present day Mosul, Iraq. Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes.

Human headed lions, Nineveh, near present day Mosul, Iraq. Nineveh was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. The area was settled as early as 6000 BC and, by 3000 BC, had become an important religious center for worship of the Assyrian goddess Ishtar. The early city (and subsequent buildings) were constructed on a fault line and, consequently, suffered damage from a number of earthquakes.

10 Remarkable Similarities Between Ancient Civilizations That Offer Proof Of Universal Prehistoric Knowledge- MessageToEagle.com

10 Remarkable Similarities Between Ancient Civilizations That Offer Proof Of Universal Prehistoric Knowledge- MessageToEagle.com

Göbekli Tepe - in southern Anatolia about 11,000 years ago, groups of perhaps 500 hunter-gatherers worked together for many years at Gobekli Tepe to construct a monumental complex.

Göbekli Tepe - in southern Anatolia about 11,000 years ago, groups of perhaps 500 hunter-gatherers worked together for many years at Gobekli Tepe to construct a monumental complex.

Carving from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya nearby the ancient city of Hattusha.    This carving shows the god Sharrumma escorting one of the Hittite kings possibly after his death. The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC. The site was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1986.

Carving from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. This carving shows the god Sharrumma escorting one of the Hittite kings possibly after his death. The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC. The site was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1986.

Gonur Depe is a Bronze Age site in Turkmenistan, dating back to the first half of the second milennium BCE, contemporary to the Mesopotamien and Indus Valley civilizations. The first agricultural settlements in the Murgab River delta appeared in the 7th millenium BCE. The area was later called Margush in old Iranian texts and Margiana by Greek authors. The area of Margiana was 3000 square km wide and consisted of more than 70 oasis and 150 settlements.

Gonur Depe is a Bronze Age site in Turkmenistan, dating back to the first half of the second milennium BCE, contemporary to the Mesopotamien and Indus Valley civilizations. The first agricultural settlements in the Murgab River delta appeared in the 7th millenium BCE. The area was later called Margush in old Iranian texts and Margiana by Greek authors. The area of Margiana was 3000 square km wide and consisted of more than 70 oasis and 150 settlements.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search