Archaeologists claim to have found a forerunner to the pyramids not in Egypt – but in southern Romania.
The discovery being hailed as a sensation has been dated as being over 4,500 years old after it was unearthed in Aricestii Rahtivani, in Prahova county in southern Romania.
Archaeologist Alin Franculeasa, from the History and Archeology Museum in Prahova, said: “If we take the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen – he reigned between 1333 – 1323 BC, but this tomb is even older – from a man who obviously also had great wealth and importance but who would have lived 4,500 years ago.
“There are clearly similarities between the tomb we are looking at and that of the pyramids…
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