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Some Archaeological Finds Your History Books Are Not Telling You

There are some archaeological finds that are not being reported in the history books. Some of the finds seem like it is something you should know about. The archaeological finds listed below are not yet being reported on and may never make it into the history books.

The Unfinished Obelisk

The unfinished obelisk:

Unfinished Obelisk uncovered in Egypt that dates back to 1500 BC. This unfinished mammoth was uncovered on a dig in Egypt.

The Yonaguni Monument

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An underwater monument recently discovered around Japan has caused many debates among experts on whether it is natural or man made.

Costa Rica’s Stone Spheres

Costa Rica’s stone spheres

Stone Spheres of Costa Rica. These stone spheres are huge and are speculated to come from Atlantis or made by indigenous people of the region. They date back to about 1530AD.

Zhejian Tunnels

Zhejian Tunnels

These tunnels in China are estimated to have been built in 212 BCE. They are constructed with precise measurements and precise markings at 60 degree angles which would not be too unusual but there were no tools available at that time to create these perfect angles.

Gobekil Teepee

Gobekil Teepee

This important finding was relative to determine if it was religion or commerce that bought people together.

Mohenjo Doro

Mohenjo Doro

This ancient city was unearthed in Pakistan and is a very significant find because the city contained sewer systems and was very well planned. This city is dated to 2600 BC.

Saksaywaman

Saksaywaman

This fortress outside of Peru was built using such precise engineering that the stones are so tightly fitted that you cannot even pass a piece a paper in between them.

L’anse Aux Meadows

L’anse Aux Meadows

This excavated village was found in the 1960’s in North America is believed to be built by the Vikings. There were 8 full houses and 1 partial house that was excavated that indicated about 80-160 people could have lived in this village. It is the only evidence that there was a settlement of Vikings anywhere in North America.

Why have these finds not made it into the history books?

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