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The Uffington White Horse is a stylized prehistoric hill carving formed from trenches filled with chalk. It is situated on the slopes of White Horse Hill in the English parish of Uffington. Dating back 3,000 years, to the Bronze Age, the horse is thought to represent a tribal symbol perhaps connected with the builders of Uffington Castle. An organization, "Save the Unicorn at Ufington," with more than 1000 members claim the white chalk figure was originally meant to depict the mythical…

10 mysterious geoglyphs around the globe

The Uffington White Horse is a highly stylized prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long feet), formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure presumably dates to the Iron Age BC–AD or the late Bronze Age BC)

In Armenia, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the destruction of the city of Metsamor by Argishti I of Urartu in the eighth century BCE. http://www.archaeology.org/news/2770-141210-armenia-metsamor-attack

Evidence of massacre at ancient city of Metsamor

This Place Is Older Than Modern Civilization

This Place Is Older Than Modern Civilization

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Viking ring fort and settlement, the Shetland Islands, Jarlshof, Scotland. It has been described as "one of the most remarkable archaeological sites ever excavated in the British Isles". It contains remains dating from 2500 B.C.-1600 A.D.

Viking ring fort and settlement, the Shetland Islands, Jarlshof, Scotland. It has been described as "one of the most remarkable archaeological sites ever excavated in the British Isles". It contains remains dating from 2500 BCE up to the century CE.

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The Big Horn Medicine Wheel - Image: aerial-view-unknown-source_phixr

Byzantine graves found in Stratonikeia.  This year’s excavations at the ancient city of Stratonikeia, which is located in the western Turkish province of Muğla’s Yatağan district and on UNESCO’s tentative World Heritage Site list, have unearthed many Byzantine-era tombs. The ancient city is considered one of the world’s largest marble cities. Excavations at the ancient city of Stratonikeia  [Credit: DHA]

Byzantine graves found in Stratonikeia. This year’s excavations at the ancient city of Stratonikeia, which is located in the western Turkish province of Muğla’s Yatağan district and on UNESCO’s tentative World Heritage Site list, have unearthed many Byzantine-era tombs. The ancient city is considered one of the world’s largest marble cities. Excavations at the ancient city of Stratonikeia [Credit: DHA]

Roman graves unearthed in Slovenia capital.  On 25 March archaeologists working on the Slovenska Street in the centre of Ljubljana came across an extraordinary find. They unearthed three unspoilt Roman graves belonging to the inhabitants of Emona from 2,000 years ago, as the graves were dated to the early 1st century. Objects found in the Roman era graves excavated in the centre of Ljubljana  [Credit: MGML archives]

Roman graves unearthed in Slovenia capital. On 25 March archaeologists working on the Slovenska Street in the centre of Ljubljana came across an extraordinary find. They unearthed three unspoilt Roman graves belonging to the inhabitants of Emona from 2,000 years ago, as the graves were dated to the early 1st century. Objects found in the Roman era graves excavated in the centre of Ljubljana [Credit: MGML archives]

Pre-Etruscan grave discovered near Volterra.  rchaeologists investigating a potential building site near Volterra discovered a grave dating from pre-Etruscan times, the Tuscan city announced on Thursday. Volterra Mayor Marco Buselli said "It is a remarkable discovery that opens new scenarios regarding pre-Etruscan Volterra".

Archaeologists investigating a potential building site near Volterra discovered a grave dating from pre-Etruscan times, the Tuscan city announced on Thursday.

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