Prehistory Decoded

Decades later, Professor Klaus Schmidt of the Deutsch Archaeological Institute, an expert on the prehistory of southern Anatolia, came across their report and, intrigued by their findings, decided to take a look for himself.

Author: Martin Sweatman

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781838599669

Category: Science

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The story of a major scientific discovery, solving one of the greatest puzzles on Earth. Connects geoscience and astronomy with ancient archaeology to uncover an astronmical code used for over 40,000 years. Explains the meaning of some of the greatest ancient artworks.

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