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Monday, October 10, 2005

Megalithic Site Discovered in Tunisia

A team of Italian archaeologists have recently discovered an ancient megalithic complex in Tunisia. Considered the largest such site found in Africa, it consists of 18 stone slab dolmens, megalithic walls, stone circles and an East-West oriented row of 30 standing stones. It is comparable to the famous Stonehenge complex in the United Kingdom. Read About It

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At 2:33 AM, Blogger dj said...

Hi if there is anymore info about this find let me know at dj@starcomone.com

 

At 2:36 AM, Blogger dj said...

Im looking for info on remains of a very ancient city predates and close by to Carthage thats goes back 7000 years ago. I would expect there would megalithic structures and dolmens. The megalithic finds in Tunisia sounds intriguing to say the least

dj

 

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