Sumerian civilization could have died as a result of a nuclear war

Mohenjo Daro, which translates to “Mound of the Dead”, is located in the province of Sindh, Pakistan, and was among the most prominent settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Established around 2600 BC, Mohenjo Daro endured until approximately 1800 BC. The remains of this city were unearthed in 1922 by Rakhaldas Bandyopadhyay, an officer of the Archaeological Survey of India. Bandyopadhyay’s discovery was guided by a Buddhist monk who mistook the site for a stupa. During the 1930s, extensive excavation efforts were carried out under the supervision of individuals like John Marshall, K. N. Dikshit, and Ernest Mackay. As…

This PREMIUM CONTENT is for PLUS+ members only.
Login Join Now

Unlock exclusive content with Anomalien PLUS+ Get access to PREMIUM articles, special features and AD FREE experience Learn More. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, X (Twitter) and Telegram for BONUS content!
Default image
Zoe Mitchell

Zoe Mitchell is an independent researcher and writer on extraordinary topics. She has a passion for delving into the realms of UFOs, paranormal phenomena and the enigmatic.

Zoe has a degree in journalism and a keen interest in history, mythology and folklore. She believes that there is more to reality than meets the eye, and that the truth is often stranger than fiction.