Atlantean Irish: Ireland's Oriental and Maritime Heritage

Atlantean Irish Ireland s Oriental and Maritime Heritage The Atlantean Irish is an illustrated intervention in Irish cultural history and prehistory Forcefully debated and wholly persuasive it opens up a past beyond Europe from Occident to Orient What be

  • Title: Atlantean Irish: Ireland's Oriental and Maritime Heritage
  • Author: Bob Quinn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Atlantean Irish is an illustrated intervention in Irish cultural history and prehistory Forcefully debated, and wholly persuasive, it opens up a past beyond Europe, from Occident to Orient What began as a personal quest narrative becomes a category dissolving, intellectual adventure of universal significance.

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    1. Bob Quinn Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Atlantean Irish: Ireland's Oriental and Maritime Heritage book, this is one of the most wanted Bob Quinn author readers around the world.

    2. Interesting but flawed.While I am pretty convinced by the main thrust of the argument he states some facts that are just plain wrongd not just because of new research. (Eg: p51 he mentions Julian The Apostate as being the emperor that "proscribed the teaching of pagan Greek writers", nohe proscribed the whole xtain thing and tried to push things back to paganism. So exactly the opposite. p181 he says Nuada has a golden arm was silver in any source I'm aware of.)He also quotes Robert Graves occas [...]

    3. It's a little while since I read it now, but the author regularly criticises experts as being out of touch with the local reality, but yet he regularly accepts expert opinion on things like dating historical artifacts. He's also happy to use outdated expert opinions as the basis for some of his claims, while dismissing later research as emanating from clueless elites. It's also well known that the Irish traded with North Africa, it's not such a revelation. He also dedicates a chapter of the book [...]

    4. Brilliant book - well written in an easy-going flowing style. Some of our guests have read (devoured) it in one session - I like to dip in and out. Shows clearly what all Irish historians and archaeologists know (but keep stum about) Irish are no more 'Celts' than we are Japanese.Our culture, our language, our art, and music comes from the Southern Medi terranean areas and possibly more East even. The nonsense of Celts invading Ireland from the East and leaving no trace behind is finally shown t [...]

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