Megalithic Monuments – Nomads

Written by Alana Jolley

April 30, 2014

Megalithic Monuments – Nomads

Megalithic Monuments – Nomads is an astounding article about cultural achievements of the early nomads in two Global Villages.  Recently we posted a “megalith” quiz about Stonehenge. These are more megaliths carved 3,000 years ago.  They were found in the bordering Global Villages of Sino-Japanese (Mongolia) and Slavic (Southern Siberia).

These megalithic monuments are called Deer Stones. Follow the link below to view these stunning monuments created by a nomadic culture.

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You can learn more about the Sino-Japanese and Slavic Global Villages on this site. Explore More! Learn about lesser known cultural achievements.  Other amazing cultural discoveries are available in online Cultural Anthropology courses on this site.  Studying online encourages life-long learning.

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