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Neolithic Architecture, 300 million years of Beetles

This species, nearly 300 million years old, is estimated hundreds of millions years older, than humans and neanderthals. The Coleoptera (beetles), with about 400,000 species, is the largest of allorders, constituting almost 40% of described insects and 25% of all known animal life-forms, and growing. Even the curculionidae (weevils), with some 83,000 member species, belongContinue reading “Neolithic Architecture, 300 million years of Beetles”

Neolithic architecture article on Dolmens in Japan, Popular Mechanics 1880, By Edward Morse

THOUGH a large amount of material has been collected and published regarding the megalithic structures of Europe, their classification is in a somewhat unsatisfactory condition.The misery of the systematist has already made itself apparent in synonyms for a well-known class of monuments—namely, the dolmens. To make the matter more perplexing, structures of quite a differentContinue reading “Neolithic architecture article on Dolmens in Japan, Popular Mechanics 1880, By Edward Morse”

Neolithic Architecture: What caused all the megaliths, and age neolithic?

Tidal waves, climate change; volcanos, floods, fire; extinctions; comets, and earth axis shift; the combination, and oh’ the combination it was. After the catastrophe 11,700 years ago, the exodus of the proto-indo-europeans, vindicated a massive construction of megalithic structures around the world. Which in turn, were intended to preserve their health, in the new, challenging,Continue reading “Neolithic Architecture: What caused all the megaliths, and age neolithic?”

Neolithic Architecture Masterpiece: Dolmen of Menga, Antequera, Spain

Found mostly in Britain and France. Dolmens are megalithic tombs with a large flat stone laid on upright ones. Its word origin is mid 19th century. From French, or perhaps via Breton, from Cornish. Dolmen is a ‘hole of a stone’. Yet, this form of Neolithic Architecture is in modern Spain.In the south, a longContinue reading “Neolithic Architecture Masterpiece: Dolmen of Menga, Antequera, Spain”

Neolithic Site: El Fin del Mundo (‘End of the Earth), Sonora, Mexico

University of Arizona researchers preciously found El Fin del Mundo (‘End of the Earth’) not that long ago, in 2007. Yet it is recognized for a huge amount of reasons. It is the first discovery of humans and gomphotheres in North America. The radiocarbon dating also makes it, along with ‘Aubrey site’, in north Texas,Continue reading “Neolithic Site: El Fin del Mundo (‘End of the Earth), Sonora, Mexico”

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