The Hellenikon Pyramid Photo U1

The Hellenikon Pyramid

While it’s fairly common to label the Egyptian pyramids the stuff of “ancient mysteries,” it’s something entirely new to discover similar structures all around the world. Such is the case with the Pyramids of Argolis, Greece, and their most famous structure, the Hellenikon Pyramid. The true purpose of the Hellenikon remains unknown, although experts have theorized that a battle once took place at the site,…

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The Sajama Lines

Western Bolivia’s Sajama lines are a series of massive drawings etched into the earth, numbering into the thousands. First discovered in 1932 by Aimé Felix Tschiffely, the lines, between 3 to 10 feet wide individually, connect about 8,700 square miles via an intricate web-like design. Because of this, they are not only the largest archeological site in the Andes,…

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Roman Dodecahedrons

Unlike many other ancient artifacts, there are actually about a hundred of these mysterious objects floating around. Typically made of either stone or bronze, the hollow Roman dodecahedrons have 12 sides, with a small circle on each, and pegs jutting out from the connecting corners. Although they resemble nautical devices, the purpose of these dodecahedrons is unknown. Historians have…

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