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Ancient stone workers/cutters

 
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Ancient stone workers/cutters
Where did they come from and how did they do what they did?
Where did they go?
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09/21/2012 09:40 PM
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Re: Ancient stone workers/cutters
Where did they come from and how did they do what they did?
Where did they go?
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Common sense, and they died, because thats what people do.
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09/21/2012 09:46 PM
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Re: Ancient stone workers/cutters
Where did they come from and how did they do what they did?
Where did they go?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24205289


Common sense, and they died, because thats what people do.
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Right, common sense can move stones that it would now take 21 of the worlds largest cranes today. I don't think so, and these ones didn't just die.

Also they were not extra terrestrials.
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Re: Ancient stone workers/cutters
Where did they come from and how did they do what they did?
Where did they go?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24205289


Common sense, and they died, because thats what people do.
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The answers are in the bible and more specifically in the book of enoch.
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Re: Ancient stone workers/cutters
they came from everywhere. working stone is the ultimate root of human civilization. it gave us tools. that skill remained universally practiced until the 19th century (flint knapping, for both firearms use, and production of fire on demand). precision ornamental stone work emerges almost as soon as a civilization reaches bronze age technology. being able to make idealized tools allows expertise if enough time is spent learning the craft. the basic tooling itself is unchanged in form from the bronze age implements, the only difference being how force is applied to them. anything an artisan can do today, could be done by any bronze age artisan, it just took much longer to do it. the craft is passed along through apprenticeship of one form or another, in that over a period of years one is taught skills one by one that eventually sum up to mastery of the craft. where did they go? the same place the skilled craftsmen that made fine buggywhips did. between bricks and concrete, the skillset became obsolete from a production standpoint. thus it passed to only the hands of the artist.
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Re: Ancient stone workers/cutters
Ancient Egypt was known as Khem.

As in Alchemy.

They knew how to make Stone.

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