Edited by Greg Neyman
At the site that Ron Wyatt claims he has found Noah's Ark, near Dogubayazit, Turkey, there are large stones that he claims were used as anchor stones by Noah
Source: Ron Wyatt, Discovered - Noah's Ark. 1989, and other sources
The stones are made of volcanic rock, such as is found in the region around Mount Ararat. If Noah launched from modern day Iraq, he would have had to travel to Ararat, get these stones, travel back and put them on the Ark, and then land hudreds of miles north near Ararat
Such stones were known to be involved in pagan rites. The so-called rope holes were probably niches for lamps
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