Satellites spy remnants of hidden Bronze Age settlement in Serbia

Satellite imagery has revealed a network of more than 100 Bronze Age structures hidden in the Serbian plains.

Archaeologists first noticed the remnants of the more than 3,000-year-old enclosures in 2015 while reviewing Google Earth photos of a 93-mile stretch (150 kilometer) of wilderness along Serbia’s Tisza River, according to a study published Nov. 10 in the journal PLOS One.

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