Titel: Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings : Evidence of ...
Verlag: Turnstone Books, London, revised edition, 1979
Einband: Soft cover
Laminated illustrated wrappers, small 4to, xii, 276 pp, ills, maps, ports. From the blurb: "This remarkable book provides concrete evidence of the existence of a worldwide culture in prehistoric times, that mapped the whole earth with a technology that was lost until comparatively modern times. Professor Hapgood and his students succeeded in discovering the method of construction of certain key Medieval and Renaissance maps which were clearly compiled from much older source maps. These forgotten sources apparently knew the Antarctic coastline ice-free and remembered remnant ice sheets in Northern Europe. They could determine longitude and use spherical trigonometry millenia before these were "invented". The maps also show evidence of catastrophic upheavals in the earth's crust, a notion that is now gaining scientific credence." Wrappers yellowed, otherwise Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE-32808
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