Ancient mysteries: Modern science is becoming more and more advanced with each passing year, but there are still things that can’t be explained even using the most cutting-edge gadgets and technology. Mainly this happens because the mysteries we are about to reveal date back so many years, it’s virtually impossible to find out the truth now. Archaeologists and historians join their forces with physicists and scientists from all possible fields to explain things like the death of King Tut, Peruvian Saksaywaman, and a whole plain of ancient jars uncovered in Laos. We all love a good mystery, don’t we? But these 10 ancient mysteries will probably remain unsolved forever.
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Peru is home to dozens of ancient wonders, Saksaywaman being one of the most mysterious ones. Located in Cuzco, this architectural marvel was built in 11th century, which is really hard to believe from the engineering point of view. The boulders of this structure are fit so perfectly together that even a thin sheet of paper won’t pass between them. Ancient Inca people definitely used some kind of technology that we simply don’t know about today! Some scientists even theorize they somehow softened the stones using a mysterious concoction made of plants or by directing the sun’s heat with mirrors to ‘melt’ the stones.
The Gobekli Tepe
Can you imagine a structure built roughly 11,000 years ago? Archaeologists obviously couldn’t, until they dug up the mysterious Gobekli Tepe built, against all odds, in the Stone Age. Many believe this to be the very first temple ever built by humankind! The excavation site is dotted with remarkable carvings of people and ancient animals, as well as huge pillars decorated with ornaments. And all this done in the age when civilizations supposedly had no metal tools whatsoever! This temple may very well hold the key to the evolution of the human race.