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The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - Keith - 03-08-2017

Aeolis Mons is truly a wonder.

You all might remember me finding this item on it several years ago...

well... I'm never satisfied with one image, or crappy images... so I waited and searched...
lo and behold. An actual Martian architectural artwork. verified by multiple contexting ground and orbital views

http://thehiddenmission.com/images/45-467-1310_Pharoah.jpg

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RE: The head on Mt Sharp - Keith - 03-09-2017

boom there it is.

got everyone speechless.

What? Did you really think anomalies on Mars were a figment of the imagination?

Nope, as real as a kick in the nuts.

I don't dedicate 25 years of anything to a fable.


RE: The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - Fsbirdhouse - 03-09-2017

First the tremendous blow delivered the planet from that ancient aerial blast just in it's atmosphere.
Then the undoubted Tsunamis sweeping across every surface of the planet as it happened on our own.
Then the long eons of time and wind, and you are still able to find this.

Cydonia next.
From the ground!
Why not?


RE: The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - EA - 03-09-2017

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It has that weird countenance like akhenaton.

Where does it gaze?

How is it areologically oriented on the cardinal points?

is it a tipped over backwards statue covered up with only the top protruding a face from the dust???



Toppled Statues Discovered at Luxor Temple

Wednesday, March 08, 2017


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LUXOR, EGYPT—Ahram Online reports that a black granite statue of Amenhotep III has been unearthed at the pharaoh's temple, which is located on Luxor’s West Bank. “It is a masterpiece of ancient Egyptian sculpture: extremely well carved and perfectly polished,” said Hourig Sourouzian, director of the Colossi of Memnon and Amenhotep III Temple Conservation Project. The statue depicts the king as a young man and is thought to have been commissioned early in his reign. Once it has been conserved, that statue and a similar one discovered in 2009 will be returned to the temple site for display. The excavation team has also recovered 66 parts of statues representing the powerful lion-headed goddess Sekhmet. All of the sculptures, which had been toppled by an earthquake, were uncovered while the researchers were looking for the remains of a wall that separated the temple’s Peristyle Court and Hypostyle Hall. For more on archaeology of Egypt, go to “Royal Gams.”



RE: The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - Keith - 03-09-2017

North my friend, to a location very special every once in a long while in it's precession..
especially when that point is also aligned by the precession of earth.
Think of a mayan year and great year for similarity but not identicality.

I'm pretty certain it's just a bust, there is no evidence of any further body.


RE: The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - EA - 03-09-2017

I'd like to see the precessional astro-theory...
That'd be cool!

Fsbirdhouse


First the tremendous blow delivered the planet from that ancient aerial blast just in it's atmosphere.
Then the undoubted Tsunamis  sweeping across every surface of the planet as it happened on our own.

Then the long eons of time and wind, and you are still able to find this.

Cydonia next.
From the ground!
Why not?

Implausible Un-Deniability   Naughty LilD LilD  LilD Naughty   


Discovery of widespread platinum may help solve Clovis people mystery
March 9, 2017

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University of South Carolina archaeologists found an abundance of platinum -- an element associated with cosmic objects like asteroids or comet -- at 11 Clovis excavation sites across the United States. Credit: South Carolina Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina
No one knows for certain why the Clovis people and iconic beasts—mastodon, mammoth and saber-toothed tiger - living some 12,800 years ago suddenly disappeared. However, a discovery of widespread platinum at archaeological sites across the United States by three University of South Carolina archaeologists has provided an important clue in solving this enduring mystery.



First the tremendous blow delivered the planet from that ancient aerial blast just in it's atmosphere.-fsb

The research findings are outlined in a new study released Thursday (March 9) in Scientific Reports, a publication of Nature. The study, authored by 10 researchers, builds on similar findings of platinum - an element associated with cosmic objects like asteroids or comets - found by Harvard University researchers in an ice-core from Greenland in 2013.
The South Carolina researchers found an abundance of platinum in soil layers that coincided with the "Younger-Dryas," a climatic period of extreme cooling that began around 12,800 ago and lasted about 1,400 years. While the brief return to ice-age conditions during the Younger-Dryas has been well-documented by scientists, the reasons for it and the demise of the Clovis people and animals have remained unclear.
"Platinum is very rare in the Earth's crust, but it is common in asteroids and comets," says Christopher Moore, the study's lead author. He calls the presence of platinum found in the soil layers at 11 archaeological sites in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina an anomaly.
"The presence of elevated platinum in archaeological sites is a confirmation of data previously reported for the Younger-Dryas onset several years ago in a Greenland ice-core. The authors for that study concluded that the most likely source of such platinum enrichment was from the impact of an extraterrestrial object," Moore says.
"Our data show that this anomaly is present in sediments from U.S. archaeological sites that date to the start of the Younger-Dryas event. It is continental in scale—possibly global—and it's consistent with the hypothesis that an extraterrestrial impact took place."
He says the Younger-Dryas coincides with the end of Clovis culture and the extinction of more than 35 species of ice-age animals. Moore says while evidence has shown that some of the animals were on the decline before Younger-Dryas, virtually none are found after it.  
Moore says that would indicate an extinction event for North America.
He also says the platinum anomaly is similar to the well-documented finding of iridium, another element associated with cosmic objects, that scientists have found in the rock layers dated 65 million years ago from an impact that caused dinosaur extinction. That event is commonly known as Cretaceous-Tertiary or K-Pg by scientists.


"In both cases, the anomalies represent the atmospheric fallout of rare elements resulting from an extraterrestrial impact," Moore says.
He says the K-Pg dinosaur extinction was the result of a very large asteroid impact while the Younger-Dryas onset impact is likely the result of being hit by fragments of a much smaller sized comet or asteroid, possibly measuring up to two-thirds a mile in diameter.  
"Another difference is that the Younger-Dryas impact event is not yet associated with any known impact crater," Moore says. "This may be because the fragments of the large object struck the glacial ice-sheet or exploded in the atmosphere. Several candidate craters are under investigation but have not been confirmed."
Moore says while his team's data does not contradict the Young-Dryas impact hypothesis, it also does not explain the likely effects that such an impact could have had on the environment, Paleoindians or ice-age animals.
Contributing to the study is Moore's university colleagues Mark Brooks, a geo-archaeologist who conducts research and excavations at the Savannah River Site, and archaeologist Albert Goodyear, who has spent decades documenting Clovis culture at the famed Topper site. Topper, located in Allendale County, South Carolina, along the banks of the Savannah River, is considered one of the most pristine U.S. sites for research on Clovis, one of the earliest ancient people.
Goodyear's work with Moore builds on research in which he found traces of extraterrestrial elements, including iridium, at the Younger-Dryas layer at Topper that was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in 2012.
Moore, Goodyear and Brooks conduct research through the South Carolina Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology in the university's College of Arts and Sciences.
In addition to Topper, the remaining 10 archaeological sites that Moore, Goodyear and others on their team conducted research in 2016 included Arlington Canyon on Santa Rosa Island, California; Murray Springs, Arizona; Blackwater Draw, New Mexico; Sheriden Cave, Ohio; Squires Ridge and Barber Creek, North Carolina; and Kolb, Flamingo Bay, John Bay and Pen Point, South Carolina.
Moore says the bottom line of the study and paper in the journal Scientific Reports is the presence of an easily identifiable hemispheric marker (platinum) in sediment layers for the start of Younger-Dryas. That discovery contributes to the body of evidence that a potential cosmic impact event occurred and warrants further scientific investigation.
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Studies refute hypothesis on what caused abrupt climate change thousands of years ago
More information: Christopher R. Moore et al. Widespread platinum anomaly documented at the Younger Dryas onset in North American sedimentary sequences, Scientific Reports (2017). DOI: 10.1038/srep44031 
Journal reference: Scientific Reports [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif]
Provided by: University of South Carolina



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RE: The "Pharaoh" head on Mt Sharp - EA - 03-09-2017

(03-09-2017, 01:49 PM)Keith Wrote: North my friend, to a location very special every once in a long while in it's precession..
especially when that point is also aligned by the precession of earth.
Think of a mayan year and great year for similarity but not identicality.

I'm pretty certain it's just a bust, there is no evidence of any further body.

Posted by Keith - 9 hours ago
boom there it is... bust?

Colossal Statue of Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered in Mud Pit
By Rossella Lorenzi, Live Science Contributor | March 9, 2017 04:47pm ET


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Archaeologists unearthed fragments of a colossal statue possibly showing Pharaoh Ramesses II.
Credit: Dietrich Raue
Archaeologists have discovered a colossal statue, possibly depicting Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses the Great, in a muddy pit in a Cairo suburb, Egypt's antiquities ministry announced today (March 9).
Split in fragments, the quartzite statue was found by Egyptian and German archaeologists in the heavily populated Ain Shams and Matariya districts, where the ancient city of Heliopolis — the cult center for sun-god worship — once stood.
Indeed, the statue was found in a courtyard near the ruins of the sun temple founded by Ramses II, better known as Ramesses the Great. [See Photos of the Mummy of Another Eglyptian Pharaoh - Ramesses III]







 

"We found two big fragments so far, covering the head and the chest," said Dietrich Raue, head of the German archaeological team that discovered the statue. "As of yet, we do not have the base and the legs as well as the kilt," Raue told Live Science.
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The head of the ancient Egyptian statue.
Credit: Dietrich Raue
Raue, a curator at the Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig, estimates that the statue is about 26 feet (8 meters) tall. Although his team did not find any artifacts or engravings that could identify the subject of the colossal sculpture, its location in front of Ramesses II's temple suggests that it could have belonged to the pharaoh.
"It was indeed used by the pharaoh as a colossal statue, but we cannot yet be sure that it wasn't an older statue he reused," Raue said.
Ramesses II was the third king of Egypt's 19th dynasty. He ruled for 66 years (1279 to 1213 B.C.). During his long reign, he built more temples and monuments, took more wives and fathered more children (over 100) than any other Egyptian pharaoh, archaeologists have found.
A mighty warrior, Ramesses II created an empire that stretched from present-day Libya to Iraq in the east, to Turkey in the north and to Sudan in the south.
Nearby, the archaeologists uncovered part of a life-size statue of Pharaoh Seti II, Ramesses I's son. (Ramesses I was the grandfather of Ramesses II.) The statue measures nearly 3 feet (80 centimeters) tall and includes detailed facial features.
According to Ayman Ashmawy, head of the Egyptian archaeological team, the discovery of the colossal statue is very important because it shows that the sun temple was impressive, with "magnificent structures, distinguished engravings, soaring colossi and obelisks."
The temple suffered damages during the Greco-Roman period (about 332 B.C. to A.D. 395), and most of its obelisks and colossal statues were moved to Alexandria and Europe, Ashmawy said. The rest of the monument disappeared during the Islamic era (eighth to 13th century A.D.), and its blocks were used in the construction of historic Cairo.
Raue said his team will continue to excavate the area in search of other fragments. "We have not finished the excavation of the courtyard," he said. "It is possible we will find the missing fragments, and — who knows — maybe other statues."
If all of the fragments are found and the colossal statue is pieced together, it will be put on display at the entrance of the Grand Egyptian Museum, which is scheduled to open in 2018.