A review of a book that I was surprised to find I liked. Andrew Collins is either going legit or I’ve missed something. Sobekneferu: The First Female Pharaoh
Originally, this summary was found at the end of the review for episodes 7 & 8, but @FlintDibble recommended that I break it out into its own post and offer links to the other 5 reviews. It was, of course, a good idea, so I took his advice.
In this final review of Graham Hancock’s Ancient Apocalypse science fiction series on Netflix, we look at episodes 7 and 8 along with a summary of the series as a whole.
“I know this is not science!” -Graham Hancock, ep. 5, (00:14:25)
At this point most of Hancock’s schtick is pretty routine, so I’m reviewing two episodes at once. I’ll try to stick to just the main points.
There is no mainstream in archaeology as Hancock so often says. The archaeology is either done scientifically or it isn’t. In this post, I’ll critique the second episode of Hancock’s Netflix series from the perspective of scientific archaeology.
In this review, we look at Stefan Milo’s new book Tales of Ancient Worlds, written and illustrated for kids.
In recent days, William Shatner has been feuding with some well-known archaeologists on Twitter. In this I review UnXplained from 4/9/2022.
Book Review: Empires of Atlantis. Written with a conclusion in mind and supported by data the author hopes no one can test.