archaeology and mythology

 

archaeology and mythology has a lot of contacts in some points.

The story of Noah’s Ark in the Hebrew Bible, Genesis is a a great ship which built in accordance with the instructions of God, described as square vessels. And it was built for Noah and his family, as well as a variety of terrestrial biological creature to be able to escape a big flood disaster, which made by God for some reasons.Noah’s Ark took 120 years to complete in record until this story were recorded in the Hebrew Bible, Genesis , and Islam the Koran”.

Outside the modern religious, people still believe in its authenticity,  but most people do not use it as a historical event occurred. However, in September of 1961 “Life” magazine published a photo which shot by Turkish reconnaissance aircraft at an altitude of ten thousand feet. The figure can be seen in the near Turkey alat Hill where did have a boat-shaped relics. Although further research is needed to know if the photo on the ruins really is Noah’s Ark, however, scientific discovery provides us a clue to think about this myth of authenticity and think about the reasons of the massive floods.

Moreover, many of the myth workscould be affected by archaeological sites as well.

According to the British “Daily Mail” website reported on November 29, the Greek archaeologist has said that an ancient cave is located in the southern part of the country may be “hell ” in ancient Greek mythology.

This cave called A Pucui Pa, located in the the Maina Peninsula Diluo Si Wan with near a full size of four football fields, where there is an underground lake. The caves can be traced back to the Neolithic Age

After decades expedition, archaeologists dig out the tools, pottery, obsidian, silver and copper utensils, and thus there must be hundreds of people liviing the cave before. This conclusion makes A Pucui become Pa hole, Europe is now one of the earliest discovered prehistoric village – but unfortunately, the entrance of the cave collapsed 5,000 years ago, all residents living inside were buried alive.

The archaeologist most significant finding is the cave cemetery and funeral venue. Archaeologists believe that this cave was to describe the the hell in Greek mythology

A archaeologists Gela Ti also said: “As you can imagine the fire here and bonfire, the people here had to die and bury in the cave. Cemetery and funeral really add to this cave hell feel here like hell,”

1 thought on “archaeology and mythology

  1. I found this post to be incredibly fascinating for multitude of reasons. First, considering the fact that I am a religious person and this is one of the most religious stories the bible has to offer I found it incredibly interesting to learn and read that there is a possible archaeology site that may contain Noah’s Arch. Secondly, I am always fascinated by stories that could lead to other findings. If this were to be an actual site of Noah’s arch, the possibilities are endless as to what else the archaeologist could possibly find out. Another fascinating thing about this article is how the city and the people within we’re actually buried alive many years ago and how in Greek mythology it was known as “hell” the fact that so many things can be correlated from just one finding is absolutely incredible. The last quote the author uses to describe the “cave of hell” is also very I intriguing, how it’s surroundings and the events that took place near the cave are what actually makes it feel like a “hell” setting. Reasons like this post are just a few reasons of many as to why archaeology can be such an interesting subject. In fact, this post is even more I interesting because it ties Greek mythology, religious stories and archaeology all into one condensced story. It is for that exact reason why learning about new findings by reading these blog posts can be so informative and helpful in everyday life.

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