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Submission + - 11,000 year old carved stone building (smithsonianmag.com)

OakWind writes: "This site predates stone henge by 5000 years, Sumeria by 6000 years. As far as I know this is the earliest example of humans getting together to plan out and build a stone structure. One interesting thing to note is that at the time, the most advanced technology was stone tools.
There are opinions as to why it was built, but the truth is, no one really knows. It is certainly an interesting puzzle."

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11,000 year old carved stone building

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