Saturday, August 05, 2006

Peru link to Indian archaeological find?
Geologists have discovered a striking archaeological feature on a hillock in the Kutch district of the western Indian state of Gujarat.

This feature is shaped like the Roman numeral VI. Each arm of this feature is a trench that is about two metres wide, two metres deep and more than 100 metres long.

The feature has evoked the curiosity of archaeologists because such signs have mostly been observed so far in Peru.

Ergh. The headline is misleading -- it doesn't anything particularly to do with Peru. It's an interesting feature though, that will be difficult to date. Suppose it depends on how regular the lines actually are.