Other Research in The Field
page is part of the course material for "History of the alphabets"
taught by Prof. Robert Fradkin at University of Maryland.
Some Archaeological Outliers
As long as it's possible, we should disregard authority whenever the observations disagree with it. -- Richard P. Feynman
Heritage: Online magazine, June 2001, Sivan 5761, Vol. 4 Edition
6 - Excerpted From: The Hebrew Book, ed.
by Raphael Posner and Israel Ta-shema, Keter Publishing House.,
Jerusalem, 1975. Based on articles in the Encyclopedia Judaica.
A stone in a dry creek bed in New Mexico, discovered by early settlers in the region, is one of the most amazing archaeological discoveries in the Western Hemisphere. It contains engraved on its flank the entire Ten Commandments written in ancient Hebrew script!
Evidence of ancient explorers traveling to the new world does exist, and more than a single anomaly.
Sea and Land Voyages and Routes
Lunas Stone in New Mexico
Bat Creek Stone
McMenamin is correct, neither Columbus nor the Vikings were the first
non-natives to set foot on the Americas. Working with computer-enhanced
images of gold coins, is map of the ancient world, including the
area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea and the land mass representing
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