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I was often unsure where the authors were going, their presentation going back and forth between locations and artifacts, often requiring that I go back to review several pages and to review it all to keep it straight. I truly believe they have included much conjecture that may not be as accurate as they might believe it to be, making assumptions for both Islamic and Judaism issues. I have ordered some follow up literature to follow their presentations and I wonder if I need to get some of the Ethiopian language references and learn that language as well so as to follow their excursions into other studies to see where all of their conclusions have come from to better understand this part of the period of history that seems sadly lacking from other studies available in the English language about this very interesting and important time and the true studies of the Ark that are lacking otherwise. Already in possession of the referenced book of the Hancock SIgn and the Seal and thoroughly digesting it, there is an incredible amount of history and culture in that sector of the world about which we know so little and is very interesting, especially as we see the conflict there that is somewhat related to issues presented in this and related books.
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