February 22, 2024

A stone-age wall stretching for nearly a mile over the seabed in the Bay of Mecklenburg may by the oldest “megastructure” in Europe. Named the Blinkerwall, it rests under about 70 feet of water and the best guess is that it was constructed by hunter-gatherers by a lake or marsh in about 8,000 B.C.. — Read the rest

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