1. KorbenDallas

    1390 or 1666: Book of Ballymote. Improperly dated by the PTB?

    The Book of Ballymote is an iconic and hugely important 14th century Irish manuscript. Since it was presented to the Academy in 1785 many scholars have worked to decipher, disseminate and debate its content and form. This online exhibition takes a look at some of the scholarly works undertaken...
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    Dating: Bricks Tell the Story

    The main idea: nothing made of fired bricks is ancient. 14th-15th centuries the earliest. As I was saying in one of the related articles, the gap between the Ancient Rome and the Holy Roman Empire does not exist due to both being one and the same. The gap, in my opinion was filled with what we...
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    The Old Testament was created in the 15th Century

    This one is really a no-brainer. When Pliny the Elder dies during the Pompeii event, things do shine in a different light. In the case of the Old Testament we simply need to follow the technology. What technological achievements do we have in there? These two: The Noah's Ark The Tower of Babel...
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    Mud Flood: dating method heresy

    KD: What do you think about the layer dating method? In my opinion, in most cases, that was a brilliant way to hide a super-fast accumulation of dirt (any type).