Thursday, February 28, 2013

Hyperboria Found

As if we needed evidence, a team of Polish archeologists have discovered a human settlement in the Sudan that may date back 70,000 years. This pushes the human settlement theory way back, as it is generally thought that homo sapiens began building walls around themselves about 9-10000 years ago.

What this actually is, I suspect, is the remnants of Shadizar in Zamora.

5 comments:

The Grey Elf said...

Then it wouldn't be Hyperborea, would it? It'd be Zamora...

Unless you meant to say "The Hyborean Age," and not Hyperborea, which was a kingdom in the Hyborean Age

:p

The Grey Elf said...

Also...if it was in the Sudan it'd likely be the remains of a city in Darfar, not Zamora :p

Jackal said...

Yes, the title should read: Hyboria Found

Stephen Chenault said...

Dagnabbit!!! I knew I would get that jumbled in my head and the blog.

The Grey Elf said...

Just giving you a little shit, dude. No worries ;)