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Canary Islands' Lost Ancestors (The Forgotten Civilisations of Africa Book 6) by [Idjennaden, Bob]
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We don't know much about the Guanches who originally lived in the Canary Islands. Bo Idjennaden has done his best, with limited information, to help us understand their culture and their ending at the hands of the Spanish conquistadores. An interesting book.
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Although the English text translation leaves something to be desired, this book was an interesting introduction to a new topic for me
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An invite into the origins of the people of the canary islands and the ancient history and theories about them enjoyable read
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By Books n' music fan - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is a joke. That is, the guy who invented this scheme for making money didn't put any more effort than to go to Wikipedia. Loaded with bad grammar.
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HASH(0xa05663cc) out of 5 stars Quick, but shallow history 22 Aug. 2014
By T. Krause - Published on Amazon.com
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Quick, but Shallow look at the Canaries' ancient civilization. Great for those who want a 25 minute read, but not very incitefull. For example, there is some explanation of native marriage rites and practices, but why were they important to these people? Also I would like to know why the Guanches have disappeared. Was it annihilation by the Spanish, European disease decimation, or gradual intermarriage with the Spanish? I found more insight on these questions on the internet and Wikipedia, but this book is still a decent, simple read.
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HASH(0xa0d748ac) out of 5 stars a book to read! 5 May 2012
By PhiloIII - Published on Amazon.com
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Very interesting book. I am surprised that we know so little about such an exciting subject!
Blond men and women living in total isolation for centuries on a small island and ... they had a writing system and they built pyramids on top of that!? waow!..I know where to go for my next holidays;)
A book to read for sure!
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HASH(0xa0d745a0) out of 5 stars very exciting book! 5 May 2012
By Thom - Published on Amazon.com
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Fantastic stuff! Hollywood should make a movie on those Guanches.
These tall blond guys living on their islands (and with all their moral values) would be a success story. For sure.
very good book!
thanks for that.
Tom
HASH(0xa0d74c18) out of 5 stars interesting 31 Aug. 2014
By G. Kenny Borrows - Published on Amazon.com
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Short but informative....Nothing I did not already know. Would have liked it to have had more depth. But still for someone who thinks Tenerife is and was just sea and sand it should prove informative.
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