In the course of archaeological excavations of ancient tombs near the Japanese city of Nagaoka, near Kyoto, in the ancient burial hill V century ad members of the Research Institute of objects of cultural values of the Japanese city of Nara was discovered small pieces of glass beads yellow colors that were previously part of the women’s jewelry.
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Originally posted by taisya_2121 at the MOMENT of TRUTH-2: ENGINEERING EXCAVATIONS IN MOSCOW
MY COMMENT: the author has selected the most accurate photos.
It couldn’t half stuck in the earth for a thousand years – the preservation of the bas-reliefs below and above ground level are identical.
Continue reading “But Rome really was filled … and it really dug up in 1880-ies.”
MY COMMENT: it’s time to correctly formulate the problem. Information enough.
Yesterday was the largest conference of its kind — 32с3 — Chaos Communication Congress.
the theme of the conference – Gated communities. Lectures four streams, nonstop from 11 am to 12 midnight + 189 side events — various workshops and other and other. If the day is going — make sure you buy your tickets in advance — they quickly run out online and offline need to stand in line for two hours EVERY day, maybe selling only one-day excavation. All BIG and all tickets may not be enough 🙂
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Recently, I was again asked to tell what the “cultural layer” and the like is formed. To many it seems incredible, the fact that the cultural layer in the city can have several meters. In the end, I wrote this post, which was just tried, but elaborate on the cultural layer and the regularities of its formation (especially that about every year we tell in the classroom of the circle and the archaeological materials accumulated quite a lot). The post turned out pretty long, but hopefully interesting.
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In the case where the forgers make stuffing in the mainstream of “proper” science, skeptics okazyvatsya blind and deaf, as is the case with “the greatest” discoveries of the last century – the excavation of Troy, a rich dilettante by Schliemann or finding “treasures of Tutankhamun” the Sharpie from archaeology Howard Carter.
Tutankhamun: the greatest discovery or falsification century?
Well, who does not know this name today? Perhaps, in the history of archaeology of the twentieth century there is no more important event than the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb. This topic is dedicated to big article-the reasoning Konstantin Smirnov “Unraveling the mysteries of Tutankhamun”, which was published in one of the Belarusian Newspapers. I was so hooked by this publication that I decided to write this information on the discussion, outlining them briefly in your own words.
In 1922, archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun with a large amount of untouched treasure and the mummy. But in the course of excavation, anticipating this discovery, Carter made some pretty strange doings. Continue reading “Tutankhamun is a big Scam!”
“The cultural layer — the layer of earth on the site of settlements that preserve traces of people’s activity. Depending on the duration of life in the settlement and their activities, the thickness of the layer ranges from a few centimeters up to 30-35 meters.
It is believed that the power of the cultural layer is proportional to the amount of activity on the areas where the layer was deposited. The cultural layer extends into the depth to the mainland — strata, bearing the marks of human activity” – definition.
As you can imagine such a person’s life, which produces “cultural layer” in 35 meters?!
On this “historians” we will respond vigorously, this layer may be formed as a result of the fact that the population, for whatever reasons, have left the settlement and it has been brought by winds, rains, floods.
We now consider some examples that show that the “cultural layer” is not human life, and the result is always disaster. Continue reading “The cultural layers of Eurasia”