Smithsonian shows Image of Tower of Babel.

Thoth_MosheThoth_Moshe Member UncommonPosts: 240
I love the architecture of the ancients

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  • 13thBen13thBen Member UncommonPosts: 120
    Hmmm.... Interesting
  • Brald_IronheartBrald_Ironheart Member UncommonPosts: 119
    I'm not sure anyone can say for certain what it the Tower of Babel actually looked like.  It's possible that the ancients were more advanced than they know.  Technology and knowledge can be lost, especially when civilizations decline, collapse, get conquered, or destroyed by natural disasters.
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  • KooturKootur Lynchburg, VAMember UncommonPosts: 198
    The tower is a myth and there is no evidence it ever existed.
    Flem
  • Brald_IronheartBrald_Ironheart Member UncommonPosts: 119
    edited July 6
    If it was completely destroyed and/or it's building materials were scavenged/salvaged and used elsewhere, it's certainly not beyond the realm of possibility that we can find little to no evidence for it thousands of years later.
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  • HeyYouVideoGameHeyYouVideoGame Member UncommonPosts: 22
    How do you know it's a myth? It doesn't really have to be that big of a tower. 
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