2022-07-31

Five major archaeological discoveries that have not been reasonably explained at present

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Archaeologists and paleontologists have indeed made many valuable discoveries in different parts of the world, but this does not mean that all problems have been solved. Today, Jerry brought five archaeological discoveries that have not been reasonably explained, from the boulder of balbeck to the nazka line.

Balbeck boulder

ten thousand and eighty-six

Balbeck is an ancientPhoeniciaThe city is located north of Beirut, Lebanon today. It was inhabited as early as 9000 BC and gradually became one of the major pilgrimage sites in the ancient world. Of course, these people are not Buddhists or Islamic pilgrims. They worship another God. People from all over the country will come to praise Baal, the God of the sky. In the center of this great city, there is a huge temple dedicated to Baal and his spouse astat.

尽管过去了这么多年,神庙的废墟仍然存在,但科学家们一直无法解开一个谜团:巴尔贝克城是用巨石建造的,基石很重,每座约100吨。挡土墙由更大的、重达300多吨的单片石头建造。没有人知道Phoenicia古人是如何将这些石头运到城市的。大约2000年前,RomanWhen they arrived there, they used primitive stones as the foundation of their buildings and temples. One of the stones was found nearby, weighing 900 tons. They don’t understandPhoenicia人How to manipulate these building blocks. Some people say that they can only be moved by spacecraft or a huge modern machine. Even after decades of research, scientists are still confused about it.

Nazca Lines

ten thousand and eighty-seven

Since it was discovered in the middle of the desert in the 1920s,Peru的Nazca Lines 一直是考古学家的一个谜。Nazca Lines 就是在地面上绘制的一组地理标志,用来创造巨大的动物and怪物形状。它位于利马以南约402千米,由2000年前的纳斯卡文化创造。这种历史艺术不寻常的地方就在于,它太大了,以至于只能在空中才能够看清图像是什么。这引发了关于为什么and如何建造它们的猜测。试想一下,如果当地人都没有办法看清它们,那为什么要建造它们呢?

There are more than 300 patterns covering the desert, including representatives of at least 70 species of animals and plants, some of which are 365 meters long, and a particularly strange geographical indication, which looks like a person wearing astronaut clothes. We know that these lines were drawn from 100 BC. Each geographical indication is made by removing about 38 cm of rock to reveal the light colored sand under the geographical indication.

In the early 1940s, the American archaeologist Paul Corso found that these patterns were similar toastrology有一定的联系。而德国考古学家玛丽亚·雷希则指出,这些动物地理符号是用来代表天空中的恒星群的。进入60年代and70年代时,研究人员开始提出,这些线条是作为外星游客的标记而制作的。这些理论非常荒诞,科学家们最合理的猜测是,这些线条是为了某种未知的仪式astrology目的而制作的。

Glastonbury Tor

ten thousand and eighty-eight

一些历史学家认为Glastonbury Tor 是神话中King Arthur的埋葬地。显然,人们对其持怀疑态度。没有人知道King Arthur是否是真人,他的墓地也从未在这里被发现,Glastonbury Tor 是英格兰的一座小山,山顶是建于14世纪的圣迈克尔塔。这是萨默塞特的一个著名地标,被认为是英格兰最具灵性的遗址之一。

The excavation found residential areas dating back to the Neolithic age. Archaeologists found flint toolsRome文物and其他跨越5000多年的文物。他们甚至发现了一些证据,证明有一座原始教堂建于1275年,但可能在地震中被摧毁,而圣迈克尔教堂则是在其废墟上建造的。自12世纪以来,Glastonbury Tor andKing Arthur的传说就已经流传开来。据说1191年,在这里发现了King Arthurand桂妮维亚王后的棺材,但历史学家并不相信,他们认为这只是一个骗局,目的是为了提高该地区的知名度。

Ani’s underground tunnel

ten thousand and eighty-nine

Mesopotamia的阿尼是一座神秘的亚美尼亚城市,其起源可以追溯到5000年前的Mesopotamia时期,阿尼以其辉煌壮丽而闻名,它被称为40门之城and1001座教堂之城。据说,在11世纪,阿尼的人口能与ConstantinopleandCairoCompared with other cities. In the following years, there were about 100000 people here, which became the battlefield of European warring empires, and finally abandoned and destroyed.

如今,考古学家甚至无法识别山顶城市的垃圾。有趣的是,在19世纪80年代,考古学家发现了城市的地下部分,他们发现有一条隧道通往迷宫般的走廊、牢房and巨大的房间。在其中一个房间里,还发现了用古亚美尼亚语书写的文字,证明了这座地下城市非常古老。如今,我们已经知道在阿尼废墟下至少有823座地下建筑。这些建筑包括马厩、修道院and坟墓,还有住宅,但没有人能弄明白,为什么这样一个伟大而繁荣的城市有一个秘密的地下部分。这是一个几千年前的谜,可能永远都无法被解开。

Mysterious hole

ten thousand and ninety

Peru的考古学家发现了一片大约1.6公里长的土地,上面覆盖着Mysterious hole。这些洞很浅,几乎就像专家们发现的未使用的坟墓一样。几十年来,对这些洞的研究没有带来什么结果,这个奇怪的地点被称为“简单的洞带”。这些洞最早发现于1931年,当时飞行员开始在该地区上空飞行。近一个世纪后,我们依然没能找到它们的起源。我们所知道的是,这些洞是在大约500年前的15世纪挖掘的,每个洞的宽度都在91厘米以下。它们也不是从地面上刻出来的,而是用从其他地方运来的土壤and岩石建造的。从外面看,这没有太大意义,但总共却有5000多个。

For this reason, many strange theories have emerged. Some people say that when aliens took off from the plane, some kind of propulsion system left these holes, but the more valid theory is that these holes were part of the ancient Inca tax system.University Of California 的考古学家查尔斯·斯坦尼什and亨利·坦塔利安认为,这些坑被用作重新分配食物的测量装置,人们不得不把食物带到这些坑里,然后进行重新分配。