Saturday, October 07, 2006

Gilf Kebir meteor craters
Not archaeology, but still potentially of interest: "New research on a few of the more than 1,300 enigmatic craters found deep in Egypt's western desert has scientists scratching their heads.
The craters look like they were created by a spectacular ancient rain of meteors, or perhaps from a vast eruption of steam and gas from inside the Earth. Or maybe from something else entirely."

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