Stone constructions discovered in Saudi Arabia that pre-date the Egyptian Pyramids

May 3, 2021: Stone constructions discovered in northwestern Saudi Arabia, known as ‘rectangles’, have been dug before Egyptian pyramids, according to a research team.

BaaghiTV: In this regard, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Culture Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan said in a tweet that these gigantic buildings in the last period of the Stone Age are more than 7000 years old.

According to Arab News, the discovery of archeology has revealed that these rectangles are among the oldest monuments in the world.

The Royal Commission for Higher Education (RCU) has dubbed the discovery a ‘rectangle’. Although everyone already knows about the existence of these rectangles, new research has doubled their number. There are about a thousand of these.

Round or semicircular cells are formed at the base of the outside of the main entrance of each rectangle. Research shows that these rectangles cover an area of ​​about 200,000 square kilometers. These rectangles look identical, which shows that they belong to the same age.

Research on the discovery is part of the University of Western Australia’s project in the provinces of Al-Ala and Khyber, which is part of the RCU’s archeological program.

“We consider it a memorable landscape,” Melissa Kennedy, an archaeologist and co-author of the research at the University of Western Australia in Perth, told NBC Television.

He said that they have been found in an area of ​​more than 200,000 square kilometers and they are very similar in shape. So maybe their beliefs or understandings are the same.

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