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Footprint find on Crete may push back date humans began to walk upright

Discussion in 'Ancient Mysteries' started by technomage, Sep 1, 2017.



  1. technomage

    technomage Paranormal Adept

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    Fascinating information, technomage. Thank you for sharing it here.
     
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    Anybody who wants to look at the surrounding area of the discovery can do so on google maps.

    There are two places called "Trachilos" in Crete one island in the south east and one in the north west.
    Comparing the maps in the article with google maps I believe it is the one in the north west where the foot prints were found:
    upload_2017-9-2_14-47-49.png

    the best local landmark I could find was called "
    Archaeological Museum of Kissamos
    Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Κισάμου


    this link should go to it:
    Google Maps

    but if it does not work just enter "Archaeological Museum of Kissamos" into google maps.


    Personally I don't think Atlantis was here, if it ever existed at all, but I have very roughly marked a map to show were it is supposed to have been by some:

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    Certainly a very interesting place ;)

    I believe they even had little Hippos at one point:
    Hippopotamus creutzburgi - Wikipedia
     
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