8,000-Year-Old Engravings Could Be The Oldest Examples of Construction Plans : ScienceAlert


Archaeologists have described what could be the oldest examples of construction plans in human history, chiseled into ancient stones in Jordan and Saudi Arabia between 7,000 and 8,000 years ago.

Engraved geometric patterns have been matched with neighboring desert megastructures built long before the pyramids of…

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