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Archaeological find uncovers 'Ukrainian Stonehenge' in eastern Ukraine


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A team of Ukrainian archaeologists has almost completed excavations of an ancient kurgan (burial mound, sacred hill) which historians claim is older than the Egyptian pyramids.

The archaeologists state that this “Ukrainian Stonehenge”, an ancient burial ground, is more than 5,300-5,500 years old, dating back to the Bronze Age.

This kurgan, which could become the “Ukrainian Stonehenge”, appeared about 5,000 years ago; it is 7.5 metres high and 50 metres wide, and was probably used as a common burial place for over a thousand years.

Archaeologists note that ancient tribes placed enormous stone slabs in a circle, which they adjusted manually in order to strengthen the entire structure. The tombstones were cut by hand and transported to the burial place by water, horse cart or even sleigh in winter. Specialists estimate that these boulders are 500 years older than the Giza Pyramids of Egypt.

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Source - http://euromaidanpress.com/2021/07/06/sensational-archaeological-find-uncovers-ukrainian-stonehenge-in-eastern-ukraine/

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Incredible honestly, the images are amazing. Thank you for posting this OP!

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badfaith

What purpose could they have served?

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1 minute ago, badfaith said:

What purpose could they have served?

To serve it ancient city style 

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1 minute ago, GooberChill said:

To serve it ancient city style 

Inb4 it's a forgotten Chromatica haus/tribe symbol :ohwell:

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1 hour ago, badfaith said:

What purpose could they have served?

“appeared about 5,000 years ago; it is 7.5 metres high and 50 metres wide, and was probably used as a common burial place for over a thousand years”

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2 hours ago, badfaith said:

What purpose could they have served?

A kurgan is a type of tumulus constructed over a grave, often characterized by containing a single human body along with grave vessels, weapons and horses.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurgan

The coolest part is that the construction is associated with Proto-Indo-Europeans (the ones that spoke the Proto-Language from which English, Spanish, Russian, Hindu etc evolved from). So they can be found all over Europe, especially in the Black Sea and Eastern Europe regions.

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3 hours ago, badfaith said:

What purpose could they have served?

Chromatica album cover photoshoot. It's Gaga meditating in the middle 

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