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The Cairns Day Thirteen 2017

In the eastern part of the site, in Trench Q.  On the south side of the Trench, excavation of overlying ashy soils and rubble soil has finally begun to reveal a wall that forms part of a structure, likely, a village building outside the broch. 278 more words

Archaeology

SQUARING THE CIRCLE: Archaeological detectives discover ‘secret square’ beneath world-famous Avebury stone circle

New archaeological surveys reveal unique square megalithic monument at the heart of the World Heritage Site

Archaeologists have found a striking and apparently unique square monument beneath the world famous Avebury stone circle in Wiltshire. 620 more words

National Trust

SQUARING THE CIRCLE: Archaeological detectives discover ‘secret square’ beneath world-famous Avebury stone circle

New archaeological surveys reveal unique square megalithic monument at the heart of the World Heritage Site.

Archaeologists have found a striking and apparently unique square monument beneath the world famous Avebury stone circle in Wiltshire. 760 more words

Avebury

The Nag Hammadi Library

Introduction:

As you will read, the Nag Hammadi library is a set of Gnostic books discovered in 1945 by an amateur who used it as fire wood at first. 10,513 more words

Academics

‘Q’

Introduction:

We will not repeat what we have stated in our introduction to the Documentary Hypothesis page except to say that the supposed source document Q is a ridiculous idea wrought upon the biblical world by unbelieving scholars who refused to search for the truth and sought their own answers to supposed biblical problems. 8,195 more words

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Documentary Hypothesis

Introduction:

The idea of the documentary hypothesis has been around for a long time, so what is placed here should not be news to anyone. What should be news, and we will include ‘Q’ and any other letter scholars have come up with over the years, is that none of these letters or authors is attested to by any ancient writer. 6,995 more words

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Pseudepigrapha

Introduction:

The definition for the title word is: The word “pseudepigrapha” literally means “falsely ascribed writings,” and refers to works that falsely claim to be written by a specific author.  6,221 more words

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