Canary Islands

Tulius

Ad Honorem
May 2016
6,112
Portugal
The link doesnt s how more than page 43
You see the page numbers in the top right or top left of the respective page. The page numbers are, as usual, mentioned to the number pages of the original journal, not the online version of the article that has merely 24 pages. I noticed now that you still didn’t read it. In my opinion you should, totally and not just the mentioned pages, since you seem to like the theme so much. Any person that studies a theme should read what was written previously.

As for the change of the coastline in 2500 years the theme was probably already studied. Probably you will find it if you search online.
 
Nov 2019
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Bylanuelde,Alemannia
4. Having set up an altar here to Neptune, we proceeded again, going toward the east for half the day, until we reached a marsh lying no great way from the sea, thickly grown with tall reeds.
Did the punic build Mzoura?
I draw a line from Mzoura where a stonecircle is located, to Malta where similarconstructed Buildings are to be found.Malta was once punic so Is it by accident that both are nearly in a straight line?.
 

Frank81

Ad Honorem
Feb 2010
5,146
Canary Islands-Spain
A massive graveyard in a great cave have been discovered in Gran Canaria




Thousands of bones of this pre-European graveyard have been found in zone impossible to get by walking; the re-discovery (someone removed the bones time before) was done using drones. Authorities don't want the exact area to be known yet for the general public
 
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Nov 2019
84
Bylanuelde,Alemannia
284px-Roque_nublo.jpg
On Gran Canari is also the roque Nublo.

Looks to me like these rocks are shaped in this monolithique form by someone.
 
Nov 2019
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Bylanuelde,Alemannia
The dogs the Roman king Juba saw and named the Island after latin word for dog canis(?)
 

Frank81

Ad Honorem
Feb 2010
5,146
Canary Islands-Spain
Another insight into the discovery of the funerary cave


In short: the mummies of the cave were destroyed in the late 19th and early 20th century. The museums demanded craniums and long bones for their collections, collectors (usually local peasants which were paid some money) sacked the cave and took most of this particular bones, leaving the rest. The practice was banned in 1930
 
Nov 2019
84
Bylanuelde,Alemannia
The language "Taguanchit" of the Guanche is still Living and is reviving.
Thats how it sounds:
 
Nov 2019
84
Bylanuelde,Alemannia
One additional Point About the Canary Islands in the Pereplus of Hanno.

Everytime the Carthagenes came to people not looking like Libyans they used the term Ethopian but if the mainopinion of Cerne beeing Dakhla or an isle of Mauritania the frther south Islands should be inhabited by Ethiopians too but thats not the case.
Running a day's sail beyond these, we came to the end of the lake, above which rose great mountains, peopled by savage men wearing skins of wild beasts, who threw stones at us and prevented us from landing from our ships.
 
Nov 2019
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Bylanuelde,Alemannia
Another interesting Question if you take the "canarymap"petroglyph as valid and you search around the place of this Picture you`ll find daggers and Speers curved in Stone.The daggers can be taken as Stone or metaldagger but some Speers are definetly representing a product made of Metall.

Now if the same People who made the "canarymap"petroglyph have also made the dagger and Speers traveled between These two places with ships and probably used iron.So why did they they leave shipping and why did they did not use iron anymore.