Feanor Posted April 19, 2006 #76 Share Posted April 19, 2006 I agree It looks exactly like a hill to me. And we know that ancient peoples treated it as a hill, digging tunnels into it and building fortresses atop it. There are no legends about it. There's nothing whatesoever to say it's anything but a hill - other than the fact someone noticed its pyramidal shape and somehow assumed that unlike all the many other pyramidal shaped hills in the world this one was artificial. The excavation is presumable intended to find evidence, there being none whatsoever at present. Although I suspect all they'll actually do is excavate known Roman and medieval archaeology. I think you are wrong, read this in the site regarding the excavatiosn: First Building Blocks of the Pyramid See the Light of Day The 4th day of digging is finished in Visoko. On the north east side of the pyramid, at a depth of approximately 1m, pyramid's building blocks are found in good condition. It is for certain that these blocks were not made by natural processes. The blocks were layered one on top of the other and this is how the slopes of the pyramid walls were created. Experts are saying that these blocks are man made, that they originate from Bosnian quarries and that they were transported to this location and pyramids were built. This is so far the the most valuable visual proof of the pyramid's design, its levels and the material of which it is made of. Also, follow the link and take the time to read and watch the pictures: Bosnian Pyramids Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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