The burial ground found at the crossroads of Postovaia and Sedin Streets in Krasnodar is significant because it is a dolmen. This is defined as a single-chamber, megalithic tomb that usually consists of three or more upright stones that support a large, flat, horizontal capstone (table). Most dolmens date back to the early Neolithic period (4,000-3,000 BC).

Found: Victorian Kitchen hiding in the Basement. Incredible story...a must read. Well worth the time.

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Prehistoric Cave painting | 35,000 years ago | Ancient Art History

Arkaim is considered by some to be the most important and enigmatic archaeological site in northern Europe. The site is wrapped in controversy and is sometimes referred to as Russia’s Stonehenge. The site is generally dated to the 17th century BC. Earlier dates, up to the 20th century BC, have been proposed. It was a settlement of the Sintashta-Petrovka culture.

Newly Found Megalithic Ruins In Russia Contain The Largest Blocks Of Stone Ever Discovered

Part of a wall in Cuzco

People have been finding strange holes in Russian forests. This has been occurring since the end of the 1980s. This strange phenomenon consists of deep holes that appear suddenly in the dense forests, in those places that no truck or car can get to, let alone drill anything. If these holes are being dug, there is no soil around these holes that indicate that they have been drilled. People who have gone down these holes haven’t found anything, and there is no answer on how these holes are ma...

Mesopotamian sarcophagus, as in SUMERIA and People, she appears to be a Black woman or a woman of African descent. There's REAMS of lost history.

* An early Mesopotamian bronze axehead, late 3rd millennium BC | Sands of Time Ancient Art

Göbekli Tepe- Urfa, Turkey, 9600 BC (11.600 years ago) The megaliths here predate Stonehenge by 6,000 years. Photo: Erdinç Bakla, 2012.

EXPLAIN THIS?! The Mystifying 28 Million Year Old ‘Guadeloupe Woman’.

The Sun God Tablet, Limestone Found Sippar, Iraq, c. 860-850 BC Babylonian

"A woman views what is claimed to be the oldest known art work at the Neanderthal Museum in Mettmann, Germany. The ivory carving of a mammoth, 35,000 years old, was found in southern Germany."

Ritual Dance; c. 15,000-10,000 BC; from the cave at Addaura, Sicily; height of figures is 10";

ANCIENT statue of someone wearing a protective suite with what appears to be high tech. Equipment. WHO MADE THIS? WHAT IS THE MESSAGE THAT THEY LEFT HERE FOR HERE THOUSANDS YEARS AGO FOR THE FUTURE GENERATIONS ON PLANET EARTH!? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?? WHAT DO WE KNOW??

STAR GATES: WHO MADE THIS 127 TONNES ROCK?? WHY??? WHAT KIND OF A ENERGY IS IN THIS ROCK?? WHAT IS THE MESSAGE?? Nestling on the slopes of Wangsan, one of the peaks in the Jirisan region (Korea), is a giant weighing 127 tonnes. Its carved with ornate designs. It rests flat against the mountainside, and is said to be one of the strongest sources of ki anywhere. Rest your hands on the rock for a minute, and you will benefit from that energy.

Sokushinbutsu - Buddhist ritualistic self-mummification For 1,000 days (a little less than three years) the priests would eat a special diet consisting only of nuts and seeds, while taking part in a regimen of rigorous physical activity that stripped them of their body fat. They then ate only bark and roots for another thousand days and began drinking a poisonous tea made from the sap of the Urushi tree, normally used to lacquer bowls. This caused vomiting and a rapid loss of bodily fluid...

Ain Ghazal is a Neolithic site located in North-Western Jordan, on the outskirts of Amman. It dates as far back as 7250 BC, and was inhabited until 5000 BC. It’s one of the largest known prehistoric settlements in the Near East...

* A rare Urartian Bronze Horse Harness Frontlet, early 1st millennium | Sands of Time Ancient Art

25,000 Year Old Buildings Found In Russia In Russia, in the Caucasus mountains, not far from the cities Tzelentzchik, Touapse, Novorossiysk and Sochi, there are hundreds of megalithic monuments. The Russians call them dolmens.