Atlantis in America: Navigators of the Ancient World

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 1998 - 398 páginas
Is it possible that civilization has been in the Americas for tens of thousands of years? More and more scientifically enlightened readers want to know what effect new sciences and new discoveries have had on our interpretation of ancient sites. What part have myths and tales of cataclysms played in our past, and what they may hold for the future? 'Atlantis in America', an intensive examination of the archeological sites of the Americas, reveals answers to some of these intriguing questions.
 

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excellent book

Contenido

INTRODUCTION
7
Ivar Zapp and the Diquis Delta
19
A Conspiracy of Ignorance?
44
From Clovis to Chaos
75
Cataclysms Myth and Chaos Science
95
Is Archaeology Science?
116
From Myth to Reality
138
Messages from the Deep Past
159
Older than you think
247
Man Across the Seas
281
Diffusion 6 Migration
324
Realms of the Golden Age
342
Awaiting the New Paradigm
369
REFERENCES
379
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
390
INDEX
396

The Serpent and the Cross
189
Watchers of the Night Sky
207

Términos y frases comunes

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