ShadowSot Posted October 28, 2010 #1251 Share Posted October 28, 2010 Sounds more like a castle fortress imo-which would still be a very cool discovery. They could have reshaped the entire hillsides to be more triangular than round to channel any would be attackers into more narrow killzones. The stones at the lower levels could have been the outermost wall. Tunnels could have allowed defense forces to flank or ambush or simply store grain. I can see where a stairway of stone might confuse some to thinking its one big stone pyramid. There was a Roman villa on the mountain, as well as a medieval era cemetery and other constructions. Those and others are being used by the guy to boost his statement of a pyramid. The reason he claims it to be a pyramid is mostly that the mountain is shaped as one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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