Ruins of Great Zimbabwe Africa Ruins including a massive round tower The discovery in of ruins of a hilltop fortress and stone monoliths covering a acre site in southern Africa caused great archaeological interest Great Zimbabwe was at the centre of an inland empire ruled by the Karanga Shona people which reached the peak of its influence between the th and th centuries Parts of the ruins date from the th century although archaeologists believe that the site was occupied as much as years earlier From Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society London
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