Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Stars Stones and Scholars - HARDCOVER or SOFTCOVER
a pioneer study in the history of civilization. The book claims to decipher the megaliths as Neolithic border and landmark stones sighted (and sited) by prehistoric astronomy. The book is controversial, arguing that mainstream academic evaluation of archaeological evidence is faulty.
See the reviews ...........
at Science Book Review and Amazon.
Andis Kaulins is also co-author of:
Dictionary of Business Commerce and Finance, now in its 3rd edition, 2007.
For other publications by Andis Kaulins see GetCited.org.
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