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
We know this isn’t a light bulb not just because the technology didn’t exist yet, but because the Egyptians tell us what it really means.
This is a slightly edited version of an article I wrote on this blog back in 2010. When does vandalism become an archaeological feature? When it’s done in antiquity, of course.
A book review of Missing Lands by Freddy Silva. This self-published book on Amazon has a very appealing cover but is lacking some reality.
Russian archaeologist, Alexander Belov, has concluded that Ancient Egyptians may have actually invented certain sailing technologies on their own rather than adopting them from other Mediterranean countries as previously thought.
A response to Richard, who objects to my disparaging remarks of Graham Hancock and his fantasies about ‘Lost Civilizations.’
The wonder and awe isn’t found in fantasies of ancient aliens and “high technology” of long lost civilizations -rather it comes with the understanding that we are more than the sum of our parts when we decide to do something together. A fact that our ancient ancestors understood all too well. For better or worse.