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7 Most Fascinating Underwater Ruins

A survey of ancient Alexandria's Royal Quarters, encased deep below the harbor sediment, is underway. Alexandria's Royal Quarters - ports, a cape and islands full of temples, palaces and military outposts - simply slid into the sea after cataclysmic earthquakes in the fourth and eighth centuries. Besides large statuary, hundreds of ceramics, bronze coins, and other items have been found.

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The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun has now been confirmed as a man-made structure and part of a complex of three pyramids in the local area. Currently estimated to be over 20,000 years old, the discoveries raise fascinating questions about ancient European cultures and the level of technology they had. The main pyramid is larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza. We need to ask whether there was an Egyptian influence and be on the look out for more undiscovered ancient cities.

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ABYDOS CARVINGS Located approximately 450 kilometres south of Cairo in Egypt is the very ancient city-complex of Abydos. Believed by many to be one of the most important historical sites relating to ancient Egypt it is also the location of a set of carvings that have caused a significant amount of academic controversy amongst archeologists and historians.

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from The Independent

Archaeologists find vast medieval palace

Archaeologists in southern England have discovered what may be one of the largest medieval royal palaces ever found – buried under the ground inside a vast prehistoric fortress.

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Beneath Machu, lies a huge cave “enlarged and shaped artificially to precise geometric forms, masonry of white granite ashlars. This is the cave from which the Anunnaki sent the first Inca king to found Cuzco, 75 miles southeast of Machu. [Childress, 2012:319 -343; Lost Realms 140 - 154]

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The Baltic Sea Anomaly - 2014, 14,000 Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries | Beyond Science

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from Mail Online

Seahenge has a sister: Second timber circle found off Norwich coast

The Holme timber circle discovered in 1998 was dubbed Seahenge (pictured) after Stonehenge in Wiltshire. Its discovery was heralded as one o...

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