Sprawling Greek monuments built 4,500 years ago on 'the world's oldest maritime sanctuary' reveal the impressive engineering skills of Bronze Age islanders | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Sprawling Greek monuments built 4,500 years ago on 'the world's oldest maritime sanctuary' reveal the impressive engineering skills of Bronze Age islanders

Excavations around Keros show the technological prowess of Bronze Age Greeks
Researchers found the remains of terraced walls and giant gleaming structures
The structures were built using 1,000 tons of stone dug up six miles away
Together they turned a tiny islet near Keros into a single, massive monument

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