UNSOLVED Archaeological Mysteries NOBODY CAN EXPLAIN!
- Published on Feb 25, 2019
- Check out these UNSOLVED Archaeological Mysteries NOBODY CAN EXPLAIN! From strange discoveries, to mysterious archaeological artifacts, this top 10 list of unexplained findings will amaze you!
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8. CLEOPATRA’S TOMB
Cleopatra VII was the last and arguably the most well-known of the Ptolemies, a series of Egyptian rulers that ran the ancient empire from 305 B.C. to 30 B.C. She went down in history for her beauty and intelligence, and for her famous love affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, both of whom she had children with.
Scientists, researchers, and explorers have searched, and continue to search, for the lost city of Atlantis, to no avail. Atlantis was originally written about by Plato in 360 B.C. Plato described Atlantis as a once-booming hub of naval power that sank catastrophically into the ocean some 10,000 years ago as the result of a hugely tragic but unidentified event.
6. ANCIENT ANIMAL TRAPS
Until recently, archaeologists were puzzled about a series of lines throughout the eastern Sinai Desert in Israel, Egypt, and Jordan since their discovery in the early 20th century by British Royal Air Force pilots flying overhead. The lines, which have been nicknamed “kites” because of their shape, are made of low stone walls. They’re somewhere between 2,300 and 2,400 years old, and in some places throughout Jordan, form chains up to 40 miles long.
5. THE COPPER SCROLL TREASURE
The Qumran caves are famously known as the site where some of the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1952. But one lesser-known item was found alongside them: an ancient copper scroll thought to describe the existence of a hidden, massive hoard of gold and silver. The copper scroll dates back to a time when the Roman Empire controlled the Qumran region - approximately 2,000 years.
4. THE HOBBIT
In 2003, remains of one of the earliest human species, Homo floresiensis, were found on the Indonesian island of Flores. The remains of the extinct species date back to somewhere between 100,000 and 60,000 years ago.
3. VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT
The Voynich Manuscript is a book written in an unknown alphabet and contains a series of bizarre images and diagrams. It was possibly written in northern Italy during the Italian Renaissance in the early 15th century. The odd book was discovered in 1912 when it was purchased by a book dealer named Wilfrid Voynich, after who it has been named.
2. THE KHATT SHEBIB
In Jordan, there’s a 66-mile-long wall that has been a source of confusion for archaeologist ever since its discovery in in 1948. Nobody knows who built it, when, or why. Sir Alec Kirkbride, a British diplomat living in Jordan, was the first person to report the wall. While flying overhead, he saw "stone wall running, for no obvious purpose, across country."
1. GOBEKLI TEPE
On a hill at the northern edge of the Fertile Crescent in Turkey lies Gobekli Tepe, a site containing massive, 11,000-year-old carved stones that predate Stonehenge by 4,000 years. The large stone pillars that have been excavated weigh between seven and ten tons and are arranged in rings measuring up to 65 feet in diameter. While some of them are blank, others contain detailed carvings of animals such as lions, vultures, scorpions, and foxes.
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