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Unexplained Archeology

Unexplained archeological artifacts and sites around the world that do not fit into traditional archeological dogma.
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The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical computer designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 1900–1901 from the Antikythera wreck. However, its significance and complexity were not understood until decades later. The construction has been dated to the early 1st century BCE. Technological artifacts of similar complexity and workmanship did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks were built in Europe. modern reconstruction at…

How do we know what people in earlier times knew? The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical computer designed to calculate astronomical positions. It is thouight to have been constructed in the or century BCE.

Many elongated skulls like this one have been found all over the world. Archeologists always suggest that the skulls are either deformed or were manipulated to become this shape. We can't know this for sure though - maybe we had larger brains back then?

kentucky cryptids - ancient alien artifacts I just found this weird because it said Kentucky lol I'm from Kentucky

The Grooved Spheres - Over the last few decades, miners in South Africa have been digging up mysterious metal spheres. These spheres are an inch or so in diameter, and some are etched with three parallel grooves running around the equator. Two types of spheres have been found: one is composed of a solid bluish metal with flecks of white; the other is hollowed out and filled with a spongy white substance. The rock in which they where found is Precambrian and dated to 2.8 billion years old!

Over the last few decades, miners in South Africa have been digging up mysterious metal spheres. Origin unknown, these spheres measure approximately an inch or so in diameter, and some are etched with three parallel grooves running around the equator.

Author John O'Melveny Woods scours the world to find stories about unexplained archeology

Author John O'Melveny Woods scours the world to find stories about unexplained archeology

An ancient Incan calculator

Rare Incan 'Calculator' Discovered in Peru

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