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"Inarch Forum: Connecting Archaeology Enthusiasts"

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Shubham Dixit
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  • Hi All, seek your thoughts on the structure seen in the Google map picture. It's not an agricultural field. Looks like stones which are neatly arranged. This is at Zizu Timbo village of Gujarat. "Timbo" in gujarati means a low height mound. Harappan period remains have been found at this site although I have not come across any systematic excavation report.

    Please share your views on what this structure could be.

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    Welcome to the "Inarch Center Forum: Connecting Archaeology Enthusiasts"

    Our group is dedicated to providing a platform for archaeology students and enthusiasts to come together and share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences. Whether you're a seasoned archaeologist or just starting your academic journey in this fascinating field, this group is the perfect place to connect with like-minded individuals and engage in meaningful discussions on a variety of archaeological topics.

    We encourage members to post their questions, comments, and insights related to archaeology and related fields. Our moderators are here to facilitate productive discussions and ensure that everyone feels welcome and respected.

    Some topics that we frequently discuss in this group include excavation techniques, historical preservation, artifact analysis, cultural heritage, and the impact of archaeology on modern society. However, we welcome any topic related to archaeology and are always excited to learn something new.

    In addition to discussions, we also encourage members to share news articles, blog posts, and other resources related to archaeology. This can help us stay up to date on the latest research and developments in the field.

    Above all, the Inarch Center forum is a supportive community of individuals who are passionate about archaeology and the role it plays in understanding our shared human history. We hope that you will join us and contribute to our ongoing conversations

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