November 2, 2014

Big Circles?

Filed under: Remote Sensing — acagle @ 11:16 am


The Syrian ‘Big Circle’ was discovered and investigated by Graham Phillip and Jennie Bradbury and published in the journal Levant, you can access their article through Maney Online: ‘Pre-Classical Activity in the Basalt Landscape of the Homs Region, Syria: Implications for the Development of ‘Sub-Optimal’ Zones in the Levant During the Chalcolithic-Early Bronze Age’.

If you are interested in seeing more photographs taken in the course of our investigation of the structures on the ground and from the air, please visit our Flickr page and search for ‘Big Circle’.

I tried coming up with some on Google Earth but couldn’t find a lat/long or anything to them. I would guess you would at least be able to see them on there. Couple of newspaper links there as well.

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