Archaeologists Discovered 45,000-Year-Old Impossible Ancient Settlement in Southern Ethiopia

This strange new settlement was actually discovered by a team of experts not too long ago carved in the Fincha Habera rock above the sea level of southern Ethiopia.

The whole structure is situated on an altitude of 4,000 meters and it is said that the settlement in itself is over 45,000 years old by now.

Inside of it experts came across several stone artifacts, glass arrangements in the form of beads, and even some ceramic remains that were scattered all over the place. It is said that the oldest artifacts here actually predate the end of the ice age as a whole.

In case you didn’t know by now, around 160 thousand years ago, the Denisov’s people were said to have lived at an altitude of 4,600 meters above sea level and as much as some people would like to contradict this bit of trivia they can’t because even modern scientists support this discovery to this very day.

We even have records of Ethiopians raising cattle in the mountains here 10,000 years ago. When asked why these people would actually build settlements here, they reported that they would do it because this was the most logical decision to make at the time, with the area being filled with drinkable water and food sources.

Although the people from Fincha Habera didn’t live here for long, it is said that during this time they did use stone tools with which they hunted and constructed their settlement.

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