Re: Re: Looking for suggestions for Kofun and Yayoi
>I read it in a book which was titled something like Origin Theories of
> From: "daviem01 <ellen.m.davis@...>" <ellen.m.davis@...>
>I would love to see them posted again, if no one minds! Do you have
>anything about the "Lost Tribes of Israel" thing?
the Japanese People. Sorry, you will have to go to a library for this
one. I saw it in Borders a year or so back as well so its fairly new.
One article on the fraud, this will give enough names for a google search!
>I did a paper a while back on the idea that Jomon people gotNote that the Lost Tribe theory dates back almost 90 years, the amount
>shipwrecked in Chile in 8000 BC and that's why Valdivia pottery looks
>so similar to Jomon. Theoretically possible, but...no.
>I always love hearing about archaeological frauds and hokey theories--
>in some ways they're just as useful as the "real thing", because they
>tell us a great deal about how people react to the scientific
>establishment which our culture gives preference to.
of racial hype of all kinds in that period was scary to say the least!
Assorted links while searching for actual book title:
Lost tribe link! Funny Now I know why the Japanese say Oy!