That is not a snide remark, that is pointing out that Wakefield's case is weak at best. There is a number of ways copper could have made its way to Europe, like with the Vikings in the Middle Ages of whom we know had settlements in the Middle Ages in America. It does not have to be some Hittite tribe of which, as far as we know, none had a mariner tradition. Besides the little fact that the Hittites used the Mesopotamian cuneiform letters, well understood to archeology that would have disciphered those stones were they real.
Hittite Relics found in North America.
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