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EARLY DISCOVERY OF THE WORLD (II)
(Orkney’s, Scotland, c.2370 BC)
Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, email@example.com
At a recent excavation on the Orkney Islands, Scotland, a large Engraved Stone was found. A-nalysis of its back side leads to the conclusion its decoration should be considered as a primi-tive script, a kind of Megalithic Writing. - The story starts with the discovery of Madagascar in the Second Dynasty. It continues with the discovery of Australia and New Zealand in the Third Dynasty, and finishes with the discovery of America via the Bering Sea, which hap-pened in the Fourth Dynasty during the reign of the 5th king Menkaure (c.2580-2562 BC). - The two southern crossings of the North Atlantic Ocean were discovered by the 2nd king Sa-hure of the Fifth Dynasty. The northern crossing via Greenland was discovered by the 3rd king Neferirkare. Finally, the Return Route via Bermuda was discovered by the 9th king Unas of this dynasty.