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At Burzahom a carved stone slab that shows two hunters hunting a stag, while twin suns shine in the sky. The presence of two similar suns in the sky is a mystery. Some believe that the Neolithic artists depicted two suns to indicate the duration of the hunt (e.g. two days), while a team of astronomers believe that the scene represents the ancient night sky with the two suns representing the moon and a supernova, while the hunters and the animals represent constellations like Orion and Taurus. Earth Two, Neutron Star, Ancient Origins, Circle Art, Cave Paintings, Neolithic, Petroglyphs, Prehistory, Stone Carving
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Protection sought for mysterious Neolithic site of Burzahom

An ancient settlement in India is among the list of sites expected to get World Heritage status at a two-week UNESCO meeting currently being held in Doha. The Neolithic site of ... 

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