July 19, 2017

Polygonal walls and ancient technology in Turkey





Hattusa in Turkey is a vast Hittite site, that has polygonal walls, just like those found in Peru, Italy and Egypt. Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman had a chance to explore this complex in 2013.

Whilst at one of the areas, they find a huge green serpentine stone in the shape of a cube that was some kind of altar and look at the sophisticated polygonal walls and stonework at the site.
Graham and Andrew then discuss Klaus Schmidt's excavations at Gobekli Tepe and other insights about the site.

           
           









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