Category Archives: Ancient Structures

Inupiag & Yup’ik Hunting & Culture

Inupiag & Yup’ik Hunting & Culture ~ Article and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017. The indigenous First Nation’s people in the area known as Modern day Alaska are divided into eleven distinct cultures, with over 11 … Continue reading

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Neolithic Wooden Wells (Germany)

Willy Tegel et al. Early Neolithic Water Wells Reveal the World’s Oldest Wood Architecture. PLoS ONE 2012. Open access Image:http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0051374 Figure 2. Tree-ring samples and chronologies. (A) Temporal distribution of 147 oak ring width series, indicating the lengths of the … Continue reading

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Binne’s Cairn: The Giant’s Grave, Curraghbinny Woods, Cork, Ireland

Binne’s Cairn, The Giant’s Grave, Curraghbinny Hill, Ireland The Giant’s Grave: Binne’s Cairn* Curraghbinny Woods, County Cork, Munster, Ireland * Latitude: 51°48’41.35″ * Longitude: -8°17’52.72″ * Atop the summit of Curraghbinny Hill in Curraghbinny Forest Recreation Area lies a mound … Continue reading

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Tobar Ghobnatan (St. Gobnait’s House, Church, Cemetery, Statue, & Well)

Tobar Ghobnatan * Ballyvourney (a.k.a. Baile Bhuirne), County Cork, Ireland * Named after the Matron Saint of Ballyvourney and sacred Bee-Keeping mistress, Saint Ghobnatan, this site is a holy pilgrimage location and monastic settlement known as “Tobar Ghobnatan”. This is … Continue reading

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Montezuma Castle

Montezuma Castle National Monument* Camp Verde, Arizona * http://www.nps.gov/moca/index.htm * Thanks to the Antiquities Act of 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt celebrated it by naming and declaring four National Monuments as having such historic and cultural significance, one of these was … Continue reading

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Taos Pueblo

Taos Pueblo * Pueblo de Taos * ȉałopháymųp’ȍhə́othə̀olbo * ** Taos, New Mexico * www.taospueblo.com * ca. 1000 C.E./1450 C.E. to Present day * As a southwestern Archaeologist, I have always been inspired and intrigued with the Taos Pueblo, the … Continue reading

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Ballymacdermot court tomb

Ballymacdermot Court TombCounty Armagh, Northern Ireland: “This fine court tomb on the south slope of Ballymacdermot Mountain dates from about 3500 BCE. It has three separate burial chambers in a gallery which was entered from the forecourt – hence the … Continue reading

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Loughcrew Passage Tomb

Sliabh na Caillí (Mountain of the Hag), also known as Lough crew, is a infamous passage tomb is one of the four main passage tombs in Ireland next to Brú na Bóinne, Carrowkeel and Carrowmore dating to roughly 3,300 BCE. … Continue reading

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Archaeologists and pagans alike glory in the Brodgar complex

Posted by TANN Ancient, Breakingnews, Destinations, Scotland, Travel, UK 7:30 PM   Archaeologists are notoriously nervous of attributing ritual significance to anything (the old joke used to be that if you found an artefact and couldn’t identify it, it had … Continue reading

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Mysterious Winged Structure from Ancient Rome Discovered – Yahoo! News

Mysterious ‘Winged’ Structure from Ancient Rome Discovered By Owen Jarus | LiveScience.com – 6 hrs ago Click image for more photos A recently discovered mysterious “winged” structure in England, which in the Roman period may have been used as a temple, presents a puzzle for … Continue reading

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