The stone is inscribed on all sides with a condensed version of the Ten Commandments or Decalogue, in a peculiar form of post-Exilic square Hebrew letters. The robed and bearded figure on the front is identified as Moses in letters fanning over his head. The inscription is carved into a fine-grained black stone that only appears to be brown in the accompanying overexposed color photographs.
This position was summed up by Stephen Denison Peet, founder of the American Antiquarian, in these passages from Relics of the Mound builders resemble those found in Great Britain and the north of Ireland, and even suggest the transmission of the same myths and symbols from the eastern to the western continent.
The contact seemed to have produced a marvelous effect. It was not a decline from the Bronze Age which we see in these familiar symbols, but the effect of contact with European voyages in pre-Columbian times, pre-Columbian discovery, in fact.
The conclusion is startling, but this is the only way that we can account for the marvelous resemblances. In Great Britain, as is well known, there are frequent remains of a race of people similar to, if not identical with, the Mound Builders of America In Scotland there is a very remarkable and distinct serpent, constituted of stone.
Today, these remains are ascribed to the descendants of the Bell Beaker and Corded Ware Cultures both named for their distinctive pottery of the Chalcolithic and E. They are credited with introducing metallurgy into Ireland and Britain.
Beaker pottery was retrieved from the central burial and the barrow ditch. Many of the North American earthworks compared with those across the Atlantic were built by the Adena People.
Adena enclosures are circular embankments of earth with interior or exterior ditches, featuring openings possibly referencing solar, lunar, or otherwise astrological events, usually located among mound fields. The enclosures sometimes had timber circles incorporated into their designs. These structures are comparable to Neolithic and Bronze Age henges.
Some henges such as Arbor Low surround megalithic circles. Stonehenge began life around B. Among the earthworks were two circular henges with interior ditches flanking a large conical mound known as the Criel Mound originally feet high.
Wikimedia Commons Enclosure 1 was feet to the northeast of the mound, while 2 was feet to the southwest of the tumulus. Both were feet in circumference, with outer walls nearly 10 feet high at the time of the survey. Enclosure 1 had an opening at the south, while 2 was open at the north.
Enclosure 1 is the large ring in the top half of the map, while Enclosure 2 is the large ring in the bottom half. The distance from the spot where the heel bone was found to what was left of the skull was six feet, 8 inches….
The teeth were considerably larger than the teeth of any of the present generation.
A gateway in the wall opened to a causeway over the ditch, leading to the mound. Conus is recognized as an Adena mound even though the accompanying Marietta Earthworks are assigned to the Hopewell Culture.
Cheney made the following observations after excavating a mound inside of an enclosure in New York State: Adolph Zestermann Leipzig published an article featuring the following passage in In short, I see in it a colonization of America, by means of an immigration from Europe.
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Out-of-place artifact (OOPArt) is a term coined by American naturalist and cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson for an object of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual or seemingly impossible context that could challenge conventional historical chronology.
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