Ancient city discovered in India
Feb 18, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BBC
“At best, it is a guesswork. Without excavating the entire area of the fortified city, it is not possible to determine its population or periodicity”
Eighteen stone pillars have been excavated Indian archaeologists say they have found remains which point to the existence of a city about 7,000 years old in eastern India. via BBC
The actual story says 2500 years old. The 7000 year old city reported recently was in Egypt.
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