Close-up of "arrowhead". Right in middle two tall structures/walls touching each other on an angle and one continues past the other. On the western side there appears to be an outer wall and then an inner "wall" both of which tend to flatten going east.
Figure 8 HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010)
Last Edit: Aug 6, 2019 9:11:23 GMT -5 by Javed Raza
A birds eye view of three locations: Soft Triangle Archeology ( figure 7 ) on left, Arrowhead ( figure 8) on Right and the Triangle/The Acute House ( figure 10 ) just above the Arrowhead. Left: Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010)
Here is a look at the fourth archology (Labeled D in figure 5), which has a very symmetrical arrow head shape (Figure 8). If this was a fully functional Arrow Head-shaped archology, its appears that its roof or dome covering has been blown entirely off, exposing its infrastructure.
Figure 8 Arrow Head-shaped Archology Left: Detail MRO HiRISE ESP_019103_1460 (2010) Right: Outlined contours of Arrow Head shape
It's an interesting area, these are all in my books.
Found structural anomalies. Notice in image below (Figure 26) area marked with orange triangle, another area marked with 2 orange lines, other areas marked with blue dots are all structures in my view. The location of this area is provide on Figure 27 Atlantis chaos map strip marked with an orange dot
Last Edit: Aug 8, 2019 21:00:16 GMT -5 by Javed Raza
CORRELATION OF MEASUREMENTS WITH POLYGONAL FEATURES IN ATLANTIS CHAOS?
While I've taken some liberty in defining the potential shapes of some of these polygonal features, there does nonetheless appear to be some correlation in the measurements between them, suggesting a deliberate relationship. However, not being particularly blessed with mathematical prowess, I will humbly throw this observation to the dogs...to chew to bits if necessary!
Last Edit: Aug 10, 2019 6:50:28 GMT -5 by mjcraig: Grammar