So-called “mega-structures” in ancient Europe were public buildings that likely served a variety of economic and political purposes, according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Robert Hofmann of Kiel University, Germany and colleagues.
Aerial view of the 200 ha large settlement area of the Tripolye mega-site Maidanetske with excavation areas. The
construction of 3000 houses and the feeding of a population of…
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