An engraved slab of stone dating to the Bronze Age (between 1900 and 1640 BCE), …


An engraved slab of stone dating to the Bronze Age (between 1900 and 1640 BCE), has been revealed to be Europe’s oldest map, researchers say. Upon studying the rediscovered slab, they noticed that its surface was deliberately 3D-shaped to represent a valley, with lines in the stone thought to depict a river network. It appears to be portraying western Brittany in France, which is where the stone was originally discovered. ⁠

(📸: Bournemouth University)



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  1. You guys going to post about the volcanic eruption in St Vincent and the Grenadines and the resulting ash there and in Barbados turning to cement?

  2. Americans had to civilize fast enough to take a picture from the sky for them and they are still unhappy?

  3. The Smithsonian will buy it and then destroy it as they have cleverly hidden and destroy many historical artifacts around the world to keep is from learning about our real past, and that those in power have a nefarious plan to eradicate as many people as possible.

    The Georgia Guide Stones. 💔

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