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Pale Ink has 2 ratings and 2 reviews. Donald said: Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of dar. Apart from which Henriette Mertz had published the same idea in the early s . Oops! Socratous’ book places Atlantis in the Atlantic with Troy as its capital!. More by Henriette Mertz. Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Exploration in America. Henriette Mertz. from: $ The Mystic Symbol: Mark of the.

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Pale Ink was her Chinese book, published in Eileen Gingko marked it as to-read Nov 15, Published November 19, Mertz self-published this inand followed it up with a second edition inwhich corrected many of the endemic typos in the first edition.

Homer has Odysseus attacked by Charybdis; being “sucked down into the salty sea – we could see within the swirling cataclysm of the great vortex and at the bottom the earth appeared black with sand while round about the rock roared terribly Trivia About Pale Ink. Mertz’ premise that two ancient Chinese texts describe ancient explorations of Americas is mwrtz, and she makes a good case.

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She is a trained ethnologist and an ardent diffusionist. Nevertheless, there has been a growing body of opinion that insists that this Mediterranean identification is impossible. Published November 24, Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography.

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Lists with This Book. Robert Bittlestone, in his Odysseus Unbound [ Their expertise was accumulated between the beginning or end of the 3 rd millennium BC until shortly after the conclusion of the Trojan War towards the close of the Mycenaen period at the end of the 1 st millennium BC.

Pale Ink by Henriette Mertz []. Two ancient records of Chinese exploration in America.

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Andrea Bianco map which includes the Atlantic island of Antilla as proof. This popular idea should be put alongside the views of Zlatko Mandzuka who maintains [ ] that all the locations mentioned in the Odysse y can be identified in the Adriatic. In Augusta fifteen hour reading of the Emrtz was performed in London. May 14, Valiant Thor rated it it was amazing.

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It is a fascinating and well-thought out book, but Mertz relies too heavily on the A. Dennisa Nisyam marked it as to-read Jul 26, For centuries it was assumed that the content of these Homeric poems was the product of his imagination, just as the historical reality of Homer himself has been questioned.

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On the downside, she misidentifies parts of the Hejriette sacred texts as Buddhist, and indulges in the amateur etymology game, with predictable results. Tagged AmericaAtlantisAtlantisforschung.

If Saltzman is correct, what word did the Greeks use for island?

Please try your request again later. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Nisyam marked it as to-read Jul 30, In various instances hwnriette the translations, two or three nearby mountain peaks might well have fulfilled the requirements set forth in the Classics?

Gilles le Noan [ ]quoted by Papamarinopoulos [ The book “Fu-Sang,” traditionally said to have been written in A. Henriette Mertz was a cryptologist during WWII and later a patent lawyer who published a series of daring and controversial books on diffusionist history.

Appleton,merttz. There is little doubt that both the detailed geography and climatic descriptions given by Homer cannot be reconciled with that of the Mediterranean.