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Becca Wood

Updated on July 25, 2011


Have you ever had the feeling that there was more to history than has been told? Well I do think there's more than meets the eye. By history, I don't mean1800's or the civil war. I mean centuries ago,around B.C. and A.D. eras. The wonders of the world are wonders for a reason. For the dates that they have occurred in go so far into the past we have so little concrete evidence to prove anything about them. Some of which include the Pyramids, the Stonehenge, even the dissaperance of an intire civilization. Some of these wonders stand on iffy grounds, so bare with me for I shall be linking myth and legend to science and logic. I will be reseaching the events that took place as they were starting to be constructed and the events that took place when they had been finnished. If you have ever felt the urge to know something extrordinary, then follow my articles that I will be posting. I will not have a posting everyday due to heavy research. Please comment and let me know if you have had the need to believe the unbelievable and that I am not alone.


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      BeccaWood 6 years ago from Southaven, MS

      Thank you for your response. I will be writing a series of articles on the Stonehenge for it being my most fame interest. I hope you like it.

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      gjfalcone 6 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      I can assure you, many share the sentiment you expressed. I'm looking forward to your intriging hubs.