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The Etna's tsunami of 6000 years ago


Posted on Sunday, 30 March, 2008 | Comment icon 0 comments


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"Ignazio Burgio: In his suggestive book “Ancient Traces” (published in Italy in 1999 by Marco Tropea), the english writer Michael Baigent deals, among many themes, with the riddles that raise the ruins of the ancient settlement of Catal-Huyuk, in the modern Turkey, about fifty kilometers from the city of Konya."

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