Tuesday, July 01, 2014

I Want to Believe!

ancient america: The persistent academic argument concerning early voyages to the New World ends with an examination of the cartographic evidence. Maps that have been preserved in the collections of such distinguished archives as the Louvre (in Paris), the British Museum, and the Library of Congress are sufficient to prove that ancient seafarers as far back as the Roman Empire engaged in regular voyages to Ancient America.

3 comments:

Cap'n Bob said...

I'm glad they cleared that up, that it's the Louvre (in Paris) and not the one in Scranton.

Unknown said...

The one in Scranton's nice, though.

Cap'n Bob said...

I can't argue with that.