The Two Largest Cut Stones Known to Man (and females and animals...) (1 Viewer)

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The stone on the right is the famous "Pregnant Woman" (Arabic: Hajar el Hibla) at 1,200 tons. The one beside on the left was recently excavated, estimated to be 1600 tons! These stones in Baalbek, Lebanon, are two of the largest monoliths in the world.

The other name given to the Pregnant Woman is Stone of the South. They were presumably intended for the nearby Roman temple complex, possibly as an addition to the so-called trilithon, and are characterised by a monolithic gigantism that was unparallelled in antiquity.

Stone of the Pregnant Woman on an early 20th-century lantern slide.
So.. how were they planning to move it?


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