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Rocks & Rows: Sailing Routes across the Atlantic and the Copper Trade
Rocks Rows Sailing Routes across the Atlantic and the Copper Trade
Author: J.S. Wakefield, R.M. De Jonge
ROCKS & ROWS, — SAILING ROUTES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC AND THE COPPER TRADE — The authors show, that the early Megalithic Culture in Europe (6000-2500 BC) deals with the attempts to reach the back side of the planet Earth. People had no idea of the size of the Atlantic Ocean. The Cape Verde Islands and the Azores were discovered before 3600 BC. Icelan...  more »
ISBN: 251336
Publication Date: 12/31/2009
Pages: 400
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Publisher: MCS Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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A coffee-table book of 26 chapters in color, each a complete study of a different Megalithic site. The chapters are sequenced by date, from 4800 BC (Cairn of Barnenez in Brittany) to 500 BC (the Monument of Ales Stenar, in Sweden). The book gives the first explanations for stone circles and the enormous Rows at Carnac, in Brittany. The huge petroglyphs of Buriz and Serrazes in Iberia are presented for the first time. The origin of Bronze Age copper in Michigan is explained, and the manufacturing of Oxhide Ingots is suggested to have been on the Gulf Coast of Alabama.

I highly recommend this beautiful book. It was born from the strong feeling that the American people should know the truth about their own history. Let us stop talking about Columbus. The Egyptian discovery of America happened four thousand years earlier, c.2500 BC!


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