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Matriarch Elephants Still Follow Ancient Water Routes 

If Elephants Could Speak a Logical Linguistic Link to Ancient Cities Buried Beneath the Sand
"Beneath the Sand ancient Tropical Environment by trails left by Matriarch Elephants that still follow Ancient Water Routes across the Sahara desert region and about the biblical frontiers along the banks of Tigris and Euphrates rivers"




Cold War Spy-Satellite Images Unveil Lost Cities

Cold War reconnaissance photos triple the number of known archaeology sites across the Middle East.

http://images.nationalgeographic.com/wpf/media-live/photos/000/790/cache/corona-satellite-imagery-archaeology-01_79091_990x742.jpg

Cold War Spy-Satellite Images Unveil Lost Cities

Cold War reconnaissance photos triple the number of known archaeology sites across the Middle East.


A satellite photo of Tell Rif'at in northwest Syria in 1961.
No Longer Available 
This 1961 satellite photo shows Tell Rifaat in northwest Syria; it's now completely surrounded by a modern town.

PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY INTERNET ARCHAEOLOGY/ JESSE CASANA, JACKSON COTHREN AND TUNA KALAYCI

By Dan Vergano

National Geographic

Published April 25, 2014


A study of Cold War spy-satellite photos has tripled the number of known archaeological sites across the Middle East, revealing thousands of ancient cities, roads, canals, and other ruins.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140425-corona-spy-satellite-archaeology-science/?utm_source=NatGeocom&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=pom_20140511&utm_campaign=Content