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Atlantis of the North by Jürgen Spanuth
See all 8 reviews. Derek Pillion marked it as to-read Jun 05, Paturi also includes references to some scientists who did support Spanuth. However some of those arguments and supporting ‘archaeology’ are suspect if not way out there as may be expected from the title even for the 70’s stonehenge’s origins were pretty cringeworthy.
Jurgen Spanuth compiles all the data to help in shaping the ancient history of the Frisians. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. H orned H elmets have been worn by various warrior groups from ancient times butin spite of popular belief, not by the Vikings.
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As I read through the book, there small hints that it was written decades before the publication date of Write a customer review. Historians, Archaeologists, Atlantis fans. Hardcoverpages.
Up to this point I found his work interesting, if not convincing. The reasons for this are complicated, and as I am not an expert in the field I can This is a scholarly book that puts forward what appears to spanuht a sensible theory regarding Atlantis. This is not what we want to find out about life on planet Earth.
Atlantis of the North
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Juregn book is very badly presented with strange formatting, many page numbers missing, no title page etc, etc. In terms of geographical points he makes spanurh ancient sources there are some very interesting points, but given the arguments and supporting arguments being thin, or wayward at best it has to be taken with many pinches of salt.
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Laura marked it as to-read Jul judgen, I give Spanuth’s argument of a northern Atlantis more credence than one of a more warmer clime. Heligoland, Jurgen Spanuth’s location of Atlantis, was the historical remnant of Doggerland whose inundation left most of it under the sea in 6, BC.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Tommie Husu marked it as to-read Feb 23, Anderson marked it as to-read Jul 21, The Egyptian priests that gave Solon that date he passed the story on to Plato also cited 11, BC as the date of their first dynasty. Open Jurgeb See a Problem? However, when I got to his ancient alien conspiracy theory and the spanugh magic mushrooms, I cried halt.
The condition of the book was better than was described.
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Palaeogeographic reconstructions of the North Sea before 10, years ago, combined with deep sea archaeology, have proven that Mesolithic mankind walked from what is now Britain to Denmark in a woodland of rivers and villages.