Uncovering historical secrets of East Africa: Skeletons discovered in an ancient city.
Archaeologists from the University of Exeter and the Ethiopian Authority for Research and Conservation of the Cultural Heritage have uncovered a long-forgotten metropolis in the Harla region of Ethiopia, known as the ancient Ethiopian city of giants, dating back to the tenth century BC.
Folklore and legends have been repeated throughout the history of mankind, depicting vast cities built and inhabited by giants. A large number of monumental constructions from various periods of history, as well as entire societies characterized by their size, stand as testament to their presence.
Well, such an event happened in this Ethiopian region. The most significant aspect is the sense, the feeling that it was a very large city.
Harla’s fabled lost city.
Antiquity in the fight against corruption is acknowledged in China as well, demonstrating the resilience of the region’s traditional political systems. Experts also discovered a mosque from the 12th century that is significant in Tanzania, as well as one in Somaliland. There is a UN news agency that is not part of the UN. All that exists on the island is a link to Islamic roots in Africa during a certain period.
In terms of archaeology, a professor from the University of Exeter admits that the findings reveal a significant issue of cultural appropriation in the non-archaeological interpretations of economic operations within the non-indigenous ethnic group. The reality is that it was a well-known community for various reasons, especially in relation to other additions to its uniqueness.
The Harla people were convinced that the colossal stones could only move with the souls could only move with the souls of the region’s stout earth spirits. However, after examining over 300 skeletal remains in various age groups, including young adults and teens, experts came to the conclusion that these have no connection whatsoever to their alleged supernatural stature and height.
Locals, on the other hand, refuse to accept the archaeologists’ argument, claiming that they are not convinced. To be honest, this is not the most conducive situation for scientific discourse; there is a dearth of concrete evidence to support the existence of giants because they don’t seem to be interested in substantiating such stories.
Even when the evidence is not in the city, this does not matter to those who believe. They think that it has nothing to do with the situation. They are sincere about their belief in an intriguing entity. Others, on the other hand, disagree.
In Mesoamerican mythology, the Quinametzin were a type of colossal beings associated with erecting the mythical metropolis of Teotihuacan, created by the gods of the sun. The details surrounding this project can be found in various ancient sources, perplexing scientists who are trying to figure out how it fits into our understanding of the world and assists in the advancement of current scientific knowledge.