One of the lost technologies towards the end of the Bronze Age was stonecraft and ancient masonry technology. A technology that cannot even be replicated by our modern mechanical machines, from lathes to diamond-bit drills. All of the ancient stonecraft seen in Incan and Egyptian monuments and stoneware show smooth and slick surfaces, which means the rock was not processed in the manner that archaeologists claim.
The temple of Angkor Wat, the Egyptian pyramids, Stonehenge, and the famous statues on Easter Island were all built without the conveniences of modern technology. Ancient peoples didn't have access to forklifts, hydraulic cranes, or flatbed trucks. So just how did they build the temples and statues that we admire today? We take a look at ancient quarries to get a better idea of these miracles of technology.