Morphyous Posted February 19, 2005 Report Share Posted February 19, 2005 I found this site very interesting. I apologise if I havn't posted this in the correct forum because it seems to me, the subject spans a few of the catagories here. I have always wondered why archeologists seem to unduly attach a religeous interpretation to a lot of their finds. As though ancient man did virtually nothing but worship God. I particularly like this site http://www.viewzone.com/crichton.html Crichton has found a valid use for the basic religeous symbol of "the Cross". This cross can be used to navigate, build ie pyramids, roads etc . I've always felt that a lot of ancient mans endeavours would be far more practical than archeologists give them credit for. Structures for storage of water and food and for keeping animals and smelting metals seem more important to every day living than worshipping Gods. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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