Graham Hancock’s new book ‘America Before’ is due out. Here’s a pre-review based on promised content via his website.
A book review of Brien Foerster’s recent book about the Paracas Culture, his pseudoarchaeological ideas, and his plagiarism.
In pseudoarchaeology, as with other pseudosciences (i.e. astrology, naturopathy, etc.) there are often those that will ask, “what’s the harm?”
A review of Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox, episode 4 of this 4-episode series. In this review, I finish with a summary of the series.
Fake, fraudulent, and fantastic topics in archaeology covered at Archaeology Review in 2018
A review of Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox, episode 4: the Americas. read how Fox mixes facts with fantasies for the viewer.
Simply put, pseudoarchaeology is fake archaeology. The suffix, pseudo-, which comes from the Greek word pseudein (and means “to cheat” or “to lie”) is added to the word archaeology.