Sailing to paradise: the discovery of the Americas by 7000 B.C.
This boldly original work offers a breathtaking view of our early history, showing that Columbus was not the first to discover America, and that the voyagers who did, thousands of years before Christ, were explorers from a long-forgotten seafaring age. Bailey ranges broadly in lore and myth, and offers a fascinating new view of the Atlantis legend. Illustrations & maps.
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