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SAILING TO AUSTRALIA
(Stone Circle, New Zealand, c.2700-1 BC)
Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, email@example.com
Author Ross M. Bodle of New Zealand found carvings on two stones near a Stone Circle in his country. The glyphs turn out to deal with the short crossing from Awarua Point, South Is-land, at 44°S, to Cape Forestier, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania, at 42°S. The sailing distance is 14 moiras, or 14° (1,550 km). – One of the stones show the early discovery of the archipe-lago’s of the Chatham Islands, Bounty Islands, and Antipodes Islands, all about 700 km east of the East Coast of New Zealand.