GRAVE CREEK MOUND II, WV
by INSTITUTE OF MEGALITHIC RESEARCH on Jul 21, 2012
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GRAVE CREEK MOUND (II) ...
GRAVE CREEK MOUND (II)
(c.720 BC, Moundville, Marshall County, WV)
Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grave Creek Mound on the Ohio River, at 40°N, tells both the story of the Egyptian discovery of America during the Old Kingdom, and the metal trade during the Empire of Atlantis (2500-1200 BC) (previous article). However, it also tells the account of the Dardanus Flood during the reign of the 2nd king Ramses III of the 20th Dynasty. It was caused by a Comet Catastro-phe, and it lasted 40+40= 80 days. 6 million people perished (32%). The precipitation was 5.5 meters of water. Four centuries of cold and dry weather followed. The Grave Creek Tablet is engraved with Punic script from SW Iberia. It provides an accurate date of the Mound: the 24th Dynasty of Egypt (c.727-715 BC). It confirms the metal trade across the Ocean during the Empire of Atlantis.
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