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Miamisburg Mound - The Miamisburg Mound is a large Native American conical burial mound constructed by the culture that archaeologists refer to as Adena.  The mound is almost 70 feet tall, and is virtually intact.  The Adena people flourished between 1000-200 BC, and lived across what is now Ohio, Indiana, West Viginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and New York. There a several existing mounds and an estimated 200 Adena related sites scattered throughout their territory.

Miamisburg Mound

Discover Miamisburg Mound in Miamisburg, Ohio: The largest ancient burial mound in Ohio.

Swastika Symbol

Discover the secret meaning of the mysterious Circle Symbol. Pictures and meanings of Native American Indian symbols including the Circle Symbol. The Circle Symbol meaning.

Composed between 1500 BCE and 600 BCE and compiled by Vyasa Krishna Dwaipayana, the Vedas (sacred knowedge) are Hinduism's oldest and most sacred text, and they contain collections of hymns and ritual instructions used to perform Vedic ceremonies.

Composed between 1500 BCE and 600 BCE and compiled by Vyasa Krishna Dwaipayana, the Vedas (sacred knowedge) are Hinduism's oldest and most sacred text, and they contain collections of hymns and ritual instructions used to perform Vedic ceremonies.

Etched on this mysterious rock is an important piece of American history once lost  - Posted on Roadtrippers.com!

Redemption Rock Trail North is a Historic Site in MA. Plan your road trip to Redemption Rock Trail North in MA with Roadtrippers.

Ale's Stones - Crystalinks, Sweden #monogramsvacation

Stenar Ales: megalithic monument in southern Sweden,believed to be sixth century and one of the most famous in the Viking culture. It consists of 59 large rocks and is 67 meters long and 19 meters wide.

It's hard to believe that a stone like this could just pop out of the top of a ridge.

It's hard to believe that a stone like this could just pop out of the top of a ridge.

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