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by Salvatore Michael Trento

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ISBN:
0809278529
Author:
Salvatore Michael Trento
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Contemporary Books; First Edition edition (1978)
Pages:
284 pages
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a revolutionary book about America before Columbus - Trento has done a magnificent job, must reading for anyone interested in. .Mr. Trento takes into consideration EVERY theory (of the time) that existed and puts it to the test.

a revolutionary book about America before Columbus - Trento has done a magnificent job, must reading for anyone interested in this topic. 2 people found this helpful. From "root cellars" to Celtic structures, from "glacial movement gouging" to Phonecian writing! Thoroughly documented, mapped and written. A RARE find for today. Showing how narrow minded most archaeologists can be when it comes to how history was written. Trento sets the trend for the future.

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What can I say, VERY nicely done. If you are interested in America (. and want the facts to come to your own conclusions, be sure you venture all the avenues

International fame came with the publication of The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.

Gothic Vision: Three Centuries of Horror, Terror and Fear Dani Cavallaro Sınırlı önizleme - 2002. International fame came with the publication of The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. In 1826, Irving went to Spain on a diplomatic assignment. His three-year stay there inspired The History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (1828) and The Alhambra (1832).

Salvatore Michael Trento, a graduate of Oxford University, did his early work on the Spanish Balearic Islands. There he helped excavate 3000-year-old megalithic monuments. He also assisted the National Geographic Society on Majorca and Menorca for a magazine story on the mysterious ruins scattered about those islands. Trento has appeared on the Fox television show Sightings where he detailed a 5,000-year-old stone ruin in central Massachusetts

Trinkaus, Dr. Eric and Stewart, Dr. T. Dale, Hard Times Among the Neanderthals, Natural History, American Museum of Natural History, New York, December 1978. Trinkaus, Dr. Eric, The Neandertals: of skeletons, scientists, and scandals, Vintage Books, 1994. Williamson, Ronald . Legacy of Stone: ancient life on the Niagara frontier, Eastendbooks, 1998. Wiesenthal, Simon, Sails of Hope: The Secret Mission of Christopher Columbus, Macmillan, 1973.

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The book also preserves a variety of tales relating to important regional landmarks .

The book also preserves a variety of tales relating to important regional landmarks, such as Sam's Point, The Traps, and New Paltz. There are about a dozen original illustrations. Все результаты Поиска книг Google »

These unsolved mysteries–from the Shroud of Turin to Stonehenge–will make you . Over the years, a number of great, unsolvable mysteries in the world have come to light

These unsolved mysteries–from the Shroud of Turin to Stonehenge–will make you believe in the impossible. Over the years, a number of great, unsolvable mysteries in the world have come to light. From signs of ancient, yet highly-evolved civilizations to unexplained monuments, these mysteries have resulted in minds around the world being put to the test to come up with an explanation. These seven cases are some of the greatest mysteries of the world. Without even horse drawn carriages to move the stone, how did the people bring nearly 100 of these giant rocks so far? And once they got them to the Salisbury Plain, how did they arrange them?

Unravels the true purpose of America's stone structures
  • Agrainel
In the field of reports on possible early discoveries of North America, this volume is unique in that it provides a systematic survey of those evidences of early and possibly non-indigenous settlement known at the time of its writing, and - while exploring possible European and other influences - still reminds the readers that there is much more to be discovered about the sites described before definite conclusions can be made about the builders. Worth considering carefully, and following up as individual sites are explored.
  • Rindyt
Been a fan of Trento's for years and even used a couple of his diagrams in my presentations. Great book and some of the most detailed data concerning the miles and miles of rock walls and chambers in New England.
  • Mejora
Very good. Thank you.
  • Arar
I have read this book before, and I lost it. I was glad to find it again. The condition was great for a book published in the early 70's.
  • Ynneig
a revolutionary book about America before Columbus -- Trento has done a magnificent job, must reading for anyone interested in this topic
  • Fordrekelv
Too many recent books on ancient America and possible pre-Columbus explorers are often full of poor research and big-leap-conclusions. Some of the authors then delve into oddball theories. Older books, like this one, steer clear of the pitfalls of modern ones. They knew the only way to support their theories of diffusion were through science and research. So Trento's 1978 book is still a relevant reference on stone ruins in the Northeast. Sadly, all these years later, the subject is still understudied and dominated by books on the New Age shelf. See also FIELD GUIDE TO MYSTERIOUS PLACES OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA,Columbus Was Last and Who Discovered America?.
  • Helldor
What can I say, VERY nicely done. Mr. Trento takes into consideration EVERY theory (of the time) that existed and puts it to the test. From "root cellars" to Celtic structures, from "glacial movement gouging" to Phonecian writing! Thoroughly documented, mapped and written.

A RARE find for today. Showing how narrow minded most archaeologists can be when it comes to how history was written. Trento sets the trend for the future. If you are interested in America (B.C.) and want the facts to come to your own conclusions, be sure you venture all the avenues. And take this book with you! (Thanks for writing back to me Mr. Trento).