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Ancient pyramids found in Ukraine

Posted on Thursday, 17 August, 2006 | Comment icon 26 comments

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"Gigantic pyramids, very similar to Egyptian ones, have recently been discovered in Luganshchina."

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Comment icon #17 Posted by crystal sage on 7 September, 2006, 23:59
CHECK THIS OUT !!!! The oldest gold objects known to mankind were found near the port of Varna, on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast Gold idols and jewelry that could be considered as the oldest gold objects, known to mankind have been found in many places in Thrace Photo the Author Nikolay Genov It was in Bulgaria proper that the oldest European civilization was born. Archeological exploration in the cave of Kozarnika, near Belogradchik (northwestern Bulgaria) *******"made sensational findings evidencing human presence dating back at least a million and three hundred thousand years ago." ***** Since... [More]
Comment icon #18 Posted by crystal sage on 8 September, 2006, 0:06
...or this.... "Found: Europe's oldest civilisation 11 June 2005 By courtesy of our reader, who forwarded the article to Carantha Our question is: Did it pertain to the Vends? Archaeologists have discovered Europe's oldest civilisation, a network of dozens of temples, 2,000 years older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids. More than 150 gigantic monuments have been located beneath the fields and cities of modern-day Germany, Austria and Slovakia. They were built 7,000 years ago, between 4800 BC and 4600 BC. Their discovery, revealed today by The Inde... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by crystal sage on 8 September, 2006, 0:22 "We, the scientists of the West, are used to the idea that the European civilization was born in the Eastern Mediterranean lands and has gone from there to Central and Western Europe through your lands. But when I got to know the research of prof. P. Detev, Mikov and the anthropologist P. Boev, I became convinced that Thrace has been a remarkable center, from which the dawn of the European civilization starts.” Gordon Child, British archaeologist and art expert International archaeologists’ conference in Sofia 1953
Comment icon #20 Posted by crystal sage on 8 September, 2006, 23:27
...or this.... Archaeologists have discovered Europe's oldest civilisation, a network of dozens of temples, 2,000 years older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids. More than 150 gigantic monuments have been located beneath the fields and cities of modern-day Germany, Austria and Slovakia. They were built 7,000 years ago, between 4800 BC and 4600 BC. Their discovery, revealed today by The Independent, will revolutionise the study of prehistoric Europe, where an appetite for monumental architecture was thought to have developed later than in Mesopotami... [More]
Comment icon #21 Posted by crystal sage on 11 September, 2006, 0:29
Comment icon #22 Posted by Bosanchero on 11 September, 2006, 1:04 we get the point jeehehehe thanks for info
Comment icon #23 Posted by Bosanchero on 11 September, 2006, 1:12
Bosanchero: I don't know whether the pyramid builders where slaves, but a couple of your arguments don't seem very convincing: - Even slaves/forced labourers have to be fed, housed, and clothed. - And why couldn't a slave take pride in his work, especially if he's a skilled craftsman? (After all, his work might be pretty much all he has.) hope this helps Marks of the quarry workers are found on several of the stone blocks giving names of the work gangs such as "craftman-gang" yeah slaves would probeably do that The Greek historian Heroditus reported in the fifth century B.C. that his Egyptian ... [More]
Comment icon #24 Posted by crystal sage on 20 September, 2006, 3:27
hope this helps yeah slaves would probeably do that most important word = EMPLOYED link For Further Info Check Out Some Of These and well housed...with their own little communities... Thanks for the new site !!!!!
Comment icon #25 Posted by Corvae on 5 October, 2006, 5:45
A pyramid in the Ukraine would be great if it were true. All I've found are news sites, and your picture is from an excavation in Turkey, as found at this Russian site. (do a babel tranlation) This is the excavation It seems that now there is suspicion of Bosnian pyramid (a whole lot of rocks and an old cellar, going by the photos) every country wants their own. Pathetic
Comment icon #26 Posted by crystal sage on 25 September, 2007, 3:18 SOFIA (Bulgaria): A 2,200-year-old set of gold jewellery was unearthed from a Thracian burial mound on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, the archaeologist who led the excavations said on Monday. Daniela Agre said her team in late August found dozens of tiny jewellery pieces in the tomb of a woman, most likely a Thracian priestess, near the resort of Sinemorets, about 500 km southeast of the capital, Sofia. The discovery included two earrings, crafted like miniature chariots, as well as parts of gold necklaces, one decorated with a sculptur... [More]

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