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18. 02. 2018

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………….Das Dorf ist auch für seine vielen megalithischen Strukturen bekannt. ………..“

Also, hier muß einmal sotiert werden. Die Forscher sollen forschen. Dafür werden sie bezahlt. Dann dürfeen Sie ihre gesicherten Erkenntnisse mitteilen. Aber Glauben und Märchen, dürfen sie gerne für sich behalten.

Ja, dieses Dorf hat offensichtlich eine lange Vergangenheit, wie es von späteren Generationen ebenfalls genutzt wurde. Nur, die Megalithen haben mit der japanischen Kaiserzeit wie deren Historie und Kalender, nicht zu tun.

Also liebe Forcher, sortiert Euch erste inmal, bevor ihr Märchen oder Glaubensfragen erklärt.

Moat ruins found in Japan may be part of a burial mound for an ancient emperor

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Archaeologists in Japan have unearthed a huge stone-paved moat in Asuka, Nara Prefecture, which they believe is part of a burial mound for an ancient emperor.  The finding adds to a string of fascinating discoveries in the small village of Asuka, from pyramid-like structures to multiple carved granite stones in peculiar shapes dotted across the region.

According to The Asashi Shimbun , the remnants of the moat, which were found at the archaeological site of Koyamada, measure 48 meters (158ft) in length and 3.9 (13ft) to 7 meters (23ft) in width. The moat is lined with 40-centimeter quartz diorite boulders along its northern slope, while the southern slope is covered with flagstones stacked in a staircase pattern, and the bottom is covered with smaller rocks.

The moat in Asuka, Nara Prefecture, that is believed to be part of the first burial site of Emperor Jomei. Credit: Asahi Shimbun.

The research team believes that the moat forms the outer perimeter of a square-shaped tumulus, or burial mound, with each side measuring 50 meters (164ft) to 80 meters (262ft). The Japan News reports that this would make it the “biggest rectangular ancient tomb in the Asuka district at that time,” even larger in size that the renowned Ishibutai grave in Asuka, which measures 50 by 50 meters. The Ishibutai Kofun is the largest known megalithic structure in Japan and is believed to be the grave of Umako, powerful leader of the Soga clan of Japan.

The Ishibutai Kofun, believed to be the tomb of Umako. ( Wikipedia)

The ruins have been preliminarily dated to the mid-seventh century, and based on its location, size, age, and unique construction method, archaeologists believe the tumulus is a tomb for an ancient emperor.  (…………….)

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