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Armenian Stone Henge Story - CNN

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  • londontsi
    Re: Armenian Stone Henge Story - CNN

    To me the whole story is journalistic hype and BS for the masses.
    It is incredible the number of web sites carry the same message, “Armenians first inhabitants of Britain” .

    The simple explanation, ( more plausible) ......

    "De tractu Armoricano." -- Bede, "Ecclesiastical History" i.
    I. The word Armenia occurring a few lines above in Bede, it was perhaps inadvertently written by the Saxon compiler of the "Chronicle" instead of Armorica.

    Armorica is part of Gaul, ( "old" France). Geographically makes sence.

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  • bell-the-cat
    Re: Armenian Stone Henge Story - CNN

    Originally posted by Siggie View Post
    Not new, but it didn't come up in a search.

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    It began to loose credibility towards the middle, and had lost it entirely by the end.

    The (what sounds like) "Gubelitepe" in "Historical Armenia" mentioned is actually Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey near Urfa, geographically a part of northern Syria and nowhere near any territory that could be called "Historical Armenia". See more pictures of it here: http://mathildasanthropologyblog.wor...-gobekli-tepe/

    Also, Stonehenge is dated by radiocarbon dating, not by "scientists believe" dating. Until there is a proper archaeological investigation of Karahunge, its age is speculation.
    Last edited by bell-the-cat; 04-07-2011, 05:16 AM.

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  • Siggie
    started a topic Armenian Stone Henge Story - CNN

    Armenian Stone Henge Story - CNN

    Not new, but it didn't come up in a search.

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