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Stonehenge-style monolith found off Sicilian coast

Drivers swimming off the coast of Sicily have discovered a 15-ton stone monolith estimated to have been made over 10,000 years ago. The monolith was found at a depth of 131 feet, on what was once an island in the Sicilian Channel. Called Pantelleria Vecchia Bank, the island was located some

Aztec monolith found in Mexico

A monolith depicting the Aztec god of rain has been uncovered in the Mexican state of Morelos. With agricultural images engraved on its side, the massive stone is believed to have been used by the Aztecs to call on the god of rain. "These signs on the rock are fundamentally associated with

Pre-Columbian Ballplayer monolith found in Mexico

A monolith of a pre-Columbian ballplayer which dates between 900 A.D. - 1000 A.D. has been found in Zacatecas, Mexico. The pre-Columbian sculpture was excavated from a depth of 1.5 meters (5 feet), the INAH said in a statement, noting that another sculpture depicting a ballplayer was located at the end