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Archaeology is so specialized these days in the United States that "experts" on the Southeastern Indians, Pre-Columbian Tamaulipas and the Mayas in Yucatan don't have a clue what was going on in the rest of the Americas. A Spanish language

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According to the Clarksburg Daily Exponent for June 15, 1930, in an article entitled Two Prehistoric Indian Mounds Found Near Morgansville (by Bruce Horton), the mounds were located on the farm of Benjamin Zahn in Morgansville, 12 miles (19 kilometer

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Since this particular technological approach, and in particular the underlying reverse engineering, has proved too advanced for a parochial academia, it is worth restating the fundamental methodical differences between CAD modelling and visualisation

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Over the years, all sort of interesting sites have turned up in my inbox from correspondents seeking my opinion on what they have found. This has included a potential biblical site in the Sinai Desert that I subsequently identified as the archaeolog

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The possibility that the writing on the Fuente Magna Bowl was used by the Sumerians, and the identification of Sumerian placenames on the Altiplano suggest that Bolivia and Peru may represent the "Tin Land of the West" or the "Sunset Land", of Su

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A huge gap in this DNA jigsaw puzzle has been solved. Glyphs found in mysterious cave on the island of the Domincan Republic are identical to many of those on the Judiculla Rock in North Carolina, in the Nacoochee Valley and Track Rock Gap in Georgia

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Michael Snyder for the Economic Collapse Blog reports If you tried to put up a large cross in a public park in New York City there would be lawsuits flying all over the place, but apparently an ancient pagan arch that served as a gateway to the Templ

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The probable palace which the archaeologists have found appears to date from the 5th and 6th centuries AD - which would theoretically fit well with the traditional legends of King Arthur which placed him in precisely those centuries. Whether coinci

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