UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF LOST PREHISTORIC LAND HIDDEN BENEATH THE SEA
"Even after major volcanic eruptions, people go back, sometimes because they can't afford not to but also because the resources are there," said Prof Gaffney, who has authored a book, Europe's Lost World: The Rediscovery of Doggerland. Last year, National Museum of Antiquities curator Luc Amkreutz identified this flint tool as a Mesolithic tranchet axe - the first such find from the North Sea. It was found by a Dutch fisherman in 1988 [Credit: Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden/BBC] The tsunami ...
Doggerland. A map showing Doggerland, a region of northwest Europe home to Mesolithic people before sea level rose to inundate this area and create the Europe we are familiar with today. Map via National Geographic magazine.
Sea chart of Europe, 1592. "Universe Europe Maritime Eiusque Navigationis Descritio. Generale Paschaerte van Europa'. Map Maker: Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer. Place: Antwerp. Etching by Johannes Baptista Van Doetechum The Younger ("Baptista a Doetecum fecit")
The discovery of a holy site, 6000 years OLDER than Britains Stonehenge, Gobekli Tepe is dated to 9000 / 10500 bc, this predates ALL former known advanced civilizations. The dating of the area coincides with the end of the last ice-age, humans should not even have aquired the skills of burning pottery yet. But findings at Gobekli Tepe shatter this “truth”. The evident skills needed to erect, to coordinate and not at least to decorate these stone-pillars shatter all previous theories.