Few alternative views in new age books are carefully researched as this is. It appears to be a scholarly work with numerous examples of archeology taken out of context and time, which makes it suitable for further research and needs to be taken seriously. It is a good read although the examples being numerous can be tedious at times, but that is what the book is about - showing that modern archeology is often just following a set account of the past because teachers and set accounts cannot be challenged without loss of job or professional credence. I have kept my copy of the book because it is worth referring to or to read again. I don't think this book will date until more info comes to light and I have had it for several years now. I would recommend anyone buying it who is seriously interested in this subject. (Another book with the same title (or similar) I found not very good - not so well researched or as interesting).
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