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In the 1960s, a new theory surfaced that claimed Stonehenge was the work of ancient astronomers, and that its giant stone pillars were used to
In this excerpt from NOVA's two-hour special, "The Bible's Buried Secrets," archeologist William Dever describes evidence that the ancient
My name is Dr. Donald Keith. I'm a marine archeologist. I work in the Turks and Caicos Islands, British West Indies.
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