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So far archeological evidence of man from the areas around the walls points to a medieval presence yet the researcher from the 'Geophysics has clearly confirmed that the Souzga walls were artificially created,' he told The Siberian Times.'It is not very easy to determine the age of such constructions, when exactly were they created, but I believe it was around the first millennium BC - the beginning of new era.Concealed under thick layers of turf are huge stones put in place by ancient man, says the scientist.Six rows of a parallel wall system limited access to the Altai Mountain complex from the north via the valley of the Katun River. Their width is a substantial ten metres with an impressive height of up to eight metres.These results indicate that volcanism in Siberia occurred in at least two stages.The wall complex - now almost hidden to the naked eye - is believed to date from a long era that also saw such constructions as the Great Wall of China and Hadrian's Wall.I know no way of judging the future but by the past .......... Scientists have always been trying to figure out how very large stones were moved and it would be interesting to see how large the in that wall.
Problem the pass is on a small hill the end of which enters into the modern town.'Thirdly, the formation of large state and proto-state entities, which had economic, cultural and political boundaries and these boundaries ... 'We remember the Great Wall of China, which was formed over several centuries and basically built by the third century BC, and Hadrian's Wall in Britain, at the decline of the late Roman Empire.'In the same series of mammoth defensive structures is the Serpent's Wall [an ancient system of earthen fortifications stretch across Ukraine, from the town of Zmiiv in the east to Podolia in the west], the beginning of the erection of which dates back to the late Bronze Age.' i have but one lamp by which my feet are guided and that is the lamp of history. Perhaps these walls were built in the previous solar summer some 25 or 30,000 years ago?? From whence comes all knowledge If it is permissible would they be able to use a bulldozer to carefully get rid of the trees,brush, and turf that has built up over the centuries?Outliers of basalt throughout western Siberia, and extensive subcrops within the West Siberian Basin, are often associated with the 250 Ma Siberian Traps volcanism.
Borehole samples located south of the city of Chelyabinsk gave ages of 243.3 ± 0.6 Ma and 242.2 ± 0.6 Ma clearly demonstrating that volcanism to the southeast of the Urals is ~7 Ma younger than the main activity on the Siberian craton and within the WSB (Reichow et al. Sills with Triassic ages were also reported (Ivanov et al., 2005) in the Kansk-Taseevskaya basin along the southern border of the Siberian craton and for extrusive rocks in the Semeitau area, Kazakhstan (Lyons et al., 2002).
Ar measurements of biotite from intrusive rocks tend to give slightly older ages, possibly related to the presence of excess argon. (1997); Putorana region - Renne and Basu (1991); Maymecha-Kotuy region -Basu et al. (1995), age of ash Bed 25 (Renne et al., 1995) with error bars in grey delineates the peak of the end-Permian extinction at its base.