Bronze Age Mega-Forts: Aerial Insights Challenge Collapse Narrative

Aerial photographs and satellite images have unveiled a network of thriving communities in Central and Eastern Europe during the Late Bronze Age, challenging the prevailing belief in societal collapse. Led by archaeologist Barry Molloy, the international team discovered over 100 densely-spaced settlements in the south Carpathian Basin. Contrary to assumptions of a complete collapse by the 13th century BCE, these interconnected sites, including the colossal Corne┼čti Iarcuri fortress, formed a complex, mutually dependent network. This challenges traditional narratives and highlights the innovation, politics, and trade that characterized European prehistory from 1500 to 1200 BCE.


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