Re: Amerindian navigators


From mgiwer9|9@primenet.com (Matt Giwer)
Date 22 Jul 1997 21:28:24 GMT
Newsgroups sci.archaeology, sci.archaeology.mesoamerican
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On 20 Jul 1997 15:01:42 GMT, yuku@mail.trends.ca (Yuri Kuchinsky)
wrote:

>Greetings,

>This post is based on some passages from

>PYRAMIDS OF TUCUME: THE QUEST FOR PERU'S FORGOTTEN CITY, by Thor
>Heyerdahl, Daniel H. Sandweiss, and Alfredo Narvaez, Thames and Hudson,
>1995.

>What can this book tell us about Amerindian maritime cultures of Peru, and
>about their possible connections across the Pacific?

        Has no one ever found the time to ask just why these people would
be traveling across the Pacific? Government funded exploration? What
could possibly be of such value that trade would motivate it? And
then, where are the trade goods? 


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