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Read More Archaeologists in Jordan have made an incredible find at the World Heritage site of Petra.
A study published in March by the Nexus Network Journal suggests that the spatial position of palaces, temples, and tombs built at least 2, 300 years ago by the Nabataeans, including the famous city...
Einhornhöhle, which may be translated as ‘Unicorn Cave’ in English, is a cave located in the Harz, a low mountain range in a highland area Northern Germany.
It is not surprising that this highly-advanced technology was used first to benefit the civil elite, eventually filtering down to the lower levels of society.
The Nabateans created their water collection structures so that they would be invisible to passers-by, and so that they could only be found by those who knew of their presence.
The large Grave Creek Mound proved to be an irresistible attraction to early antiquarians and curiosity seekers.They chiseled channels into the sides of the mountain, trailing the water flow into cisterns and dams for later usage.The Nabateans built stone walls and pillars to shade the water collection in the cisterns, keeping the water cool and preventing evaporation.All of these structures were created with the idea of secrecy in mind, so that few would realize the purpose and function of the structures.This protected the Nabatean water supply from invaders and strangers.