It's becoming increasingly evident that our ancestors were far more knowledgeable than we initially believed. Neolithic and Bronze Age structures, once simply admired for their size and grandeur were believed to be "merely" feats of ancient engineering, constructed for ceremonial and defence purposes. Only in the last few years have archaeologists explored the role of acoustics and the use of sound in rituals. Revealing how this consideration possibly governed the construction of some of the world's most famous ancient monuments.
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