1920 Report: Carnegie Museum Curator Pulls Something Strange from PA Mound

In 1920, Dr W.J. Holland, curator of the Carnegie museum, discovered something strange inside this Pennsylvania mound...

Cyclops: Maker of Megaliths?

Greek writers like Pausanias mention that the megalithic walls of Europe were erected by a one-eyed giant race who worked in the god’s forges under Mount Etna near Sicily. This legend is still preserved today with a term archaeologists use to describe this architecture: cyclopean, from the word cyclops. Cyclopean construction consists of massive polygonal … Continue reading Cyclops: Maker of Megaliths?