A. Sutherland - AncientPages.com - This incredible technology was widespread in antiquity and evidence of it can be found in all corners of the world. Prehistoric builders used stones, the toughest surfacing material found on Earth to create perfectly round holes.
This impressive cutting-holes-in-stone technique reveals our ancestors were familiar with an extremely advanced technology we have long been unable to use.
Large-sized holes found in ancient stone demanded engineering skills and proper cutting equipment.
All kind of stones (even the hardest ones) were drilled for architectural, ritualistic or symbolic functions.
The hardness of stone did not limit the ingeniousness of the prehistoric builders!
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