Stone Engravings of Mysterious Ancient Megastructures May Be World’s Oldest ‘Blueprints’

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Archaeologists have unearthed ancient stone engravings of vast animal traps in Jordan and Saudi Arabia that are possibly the earliest “blueprints” ever discovered.

The engravings, estimated to be about 7,000 to 8,000 years old, are precise plans for nearby structures archaeologists call “desert…

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

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Stone Age blueprints are the oldest architectural plans ever found