When We Take Someone Else’s Theories As Truth,
We Perpetuate A Myth
As we look at the body of material from our prehistoric past, what do we really know? We know that a site or an artifact was unearthed in a specific location. That is a fact. In the same breath, assumptions are made regarding their use, utility, meaning and role in society.
For example, Dolmen, according to many scholars, were ancient burial sites. Nevertheless, the reality is no one knows who, why or when the dolmen were made. There is no direct evidence providing us with an answer. At some locations, human remains and artifacts have been found that can be dated but this does not prove that these individuals constructed the site in the first place.
These artifact also do not offer definitive proof for the dating of the original structure. Instead of stating, we think that dolmen were burial sites, it is put out as a fact, leaving a generation of people believing something that may be true or may just be someones opinion.
A Matter Of Proof challenges you to take a look at the information provided to us by academics, researchers, authors and scholars. Is their interpretation of an artifact, an ancient site or a ritual tradition correct?
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