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By Eleazar Delgado Unearthed in 1998, this archaeological site is regarded as being of local, regional, and statewide significance and perhaps even of national significance, as it is believed to be the only cut-in-rock prehistoric structural footprint ever found in eastern North America. Hundreds of holes were exposed in a layer of Oolitic limestone bedrock, twenty-four of...

Foros24h.comEleazar Delgado's METROPOLIS reveals the reason Miami is called the "Magic City" !

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Just as the mangroves thrive in saltwater where most plants are choked of life, Miami grew in an area thought uninhabitable. Mangalsare found in depositional coastal environments where fine sediments with high organic content collect in areas protected from high-energy wave action. Miami has been destroyed many times by natural disasters, impeded by depressions, and has overcome numerous...

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, el Viernes, 17 de Junio de 2011 a las 02:56h en Miami Circle


By Eleazar Delgado

Unearthed in 1998, this archaeological site is regarded as being of local, regional, and
statewide significance and perhaps even of national significance, as it is believed to be the only cut-in-rock prehistoric structural footprint ever found in eastern North America.

Hundreds of holes were exposed in a layer of Oolitic limestone bedrock, twenty-four of the
largest holes comprised a perfect circle, 38 feet (12m) in diameter and excavation found a variety of artifacts ranging from human teeth to ancient tools.

It is believed that the Tequesta Indians, a local tribe whose known tools matched some of the
shark tooth-related artifacts found during excavation, inhabited this site. Theorists have suggested that the holes were structural postholes or part of the foundation for a building.

Some believe the building was used for ceremonial purposes, as animal bones and unused tools
appear to be offerings.

Eleazar Delgado
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Eleazar Delgado's METROPOLIS reveals the reason Miami is called the "Magic City" !

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, el Viernes, 3 de Junio de 2011 a las 18:42h en Eleazar Delgado's METROPOLIS reveals the reason Miami is called the "Magic City" !
Just as the mangroves thrive in saltwater where most plants are choked of life, Miami grew in an area thought uninhabitable. Mangalsare found in depositional coastal environments where fine sediments with high organic content collect in areas protected from high-energy wave action. Miami has been destroyed many times by natural disasters, impeded by depressions, and has overcome numerous socioeconomic challenges but like the mangroves, continues to thrive. Along with rapid growth, this is how it came to be called the "Magic City."

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