Temples in honor of the God Chronos
Temples in honor of the God Chronos Many of the most significant monuments of the early and ancient history all over the world were calendar structures, the purpose of which…

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Megalithic structures
Again, the resonant frequency of most of the Caucasian dolmens is close to that value. It is also known that exposure to low-frequency oscillations close to the natural frequencies of…

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Cyclopean structures of antiquity

Cyclops Cyclops, m. (GK. kyklops – round). 1. In Greek mythology as a fantastic creature, a giant eye in the middle of the forehead. 2. What the one-eye in 2 Val. (Zool.).

Cyclopean cyclopean, cyclopean (historical.). On buildings, structures: huge, gigantic, letters. built by the Cyclops (as explained by ancient Greeks the ancient origin of the residues.

M. Cyclops a Giant with one eye in the middle of the forehead (in Greek mythology).

M. Cyclops, see Cyclops.

Cyclopean ADJ. 1) Huge giant (usually about buildings, constructions). 2) Consisting of large stone blocks without binder solution (in archaeology).

The cycloparaffins same as cycloalkanes.

Cyclopean Buildings built of large hewn stone blocks besswaznaya solution; the ancient Greeks attributed it to Cyclops (cyclopam).For the most part belong to the bronze age, known in the Mediterranean.

Cyclopia (from the Greek. Kyklops – Cyclops – one-eyed giant), malformation;both eyeball totally or partially merged and placed in odnogrupnitsu.

Cyclops [gr. kyklops round] – 1) in Greek mythology – the giant with one eye in the middle of the forehead; 2) Cyclops – SEM. the detachment of invertebrates copepods crustaceans (copepods); have.

Cyclopean [gr.; see Cyclops] huge, Continue reading

Structure protocivilization in Cambodia!

Found the oldest buildings protocivilization in Cambodia!

“In 1998, making his way by car from Vietnam to Thailand, we were not far from the place that I dreamed of to get a very long time, and I want to tell you. Moreover, today more and more people visit these places and more stuff comes online. Almost no one today does not have accurate information about these unique places of Power. And to have her.

Unfortunately in the second half of the 20th century were destroyed almost all the testimonies, archives and the keepers of the antiquities… Those monks who survived — were in Thailand and Myanmar, where I first heard about ancient unknown civilizations of the forerunners in this region.

Legends about the ancient Angkor I had already collected.

But Angkor as a little drawn to ancient culture, rather, someone tried to repeat the structure of the more ancient architects… And here I stumbled upon them! Since 1996 I occasionally was lucky enough to be in southern Cambodia, where I gathered information.

By that time, I had already the base of observations from our own studies conducted in India.

So I aimed, of course, digging information in this direction.

So, 1998. Our conductor is an experienced small told me that not far in the jungle is a pyramid. We went to Angkor and Okami Continue reading

Gothic for

It is difficult to find the right words to describe impressions

of a Gothic Cathedral. They are high and reach for the sky endless

arrows of towers and turrets, visperhof, finials, pointed arches.

But more striking is not how much height. how much wealth

aspects. opening, when you circle around the Cathedral.

Gothic cathedrals are not only high, but also very

extended: for example Chartres has a length of 130 meters and

length of the transept is 64 meters, and to revolve around him

required to pass at least half a kilometer. And with each point

the Cathedral looks new. Unlike the Romanesque Church with its

clear, easily observable forms. the Gothic Cathedral is vast,

often asymmetrical and even heterogeneous in its parts: each of

its facades with their individual portal. Walls are not felt,

them as not.Arches, galleries, towers, some sites with

arcades, huge Windows, on and on – endlessly

complex, delicate open forms.And all this space

inhabited – the Cathedral both inside and outside is inhabited by a mass of sculptures (

in Chartres Cathedral around ten thousand sculptures).They

is not only the portals and galleries, but they can also be found Continue reading

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Cyclopean structures of antiquity
Cyclops Cyclops, m. (GK. kyklops - round). 1. In Greek mythology as a fantastic creature, a giant eye in the middle of the forehead. 2. What the one-eye in 2…

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Megalithic structures
  In the paleolith — the ancient stone age, primitive it was presented music, dances, songs and ceremonies, and geoglyphs — images on the surface of the earth, dendrogram images…

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