Underwater ‘Stonehenge’ Monolith Discovered Off Sicilian Coast
Archaeologists have discovered a Stonehenge-like monolith in two pieces, 131-feet below the surface of the Mediterranean, off the coast of Sicily. Researchers place the stones at 10,000 years old. To read the scientific report based on the findings, click here.(Zvi Ben-Avraham and Emanuele Lodolo) (Zvi Ben-Avraham and Emanuele Lodolo)
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