Re: Amerindian navigators and Eurocentrism in scholarship


From tthkr@godzilla.osikan.telenor.no (Hans kristian Ruud)
Date 16 Sep 1997 07:49:26 GMT
Newsgroups sci.archaeology.mesoamerican, sci.archaeology, sci.anthropology, alt.folklore.science
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Sender tthkr@godzilla (Hans kristian Ruud)

In article <hgibbons-ya02408000R1209972319270001@news.idt.net
>, 
hgibbons@spamproof.stic.net (Hugh Gibbons) writes:
#In article <3419c63b.420544741@news.mindspring.com
>, WWallace@freedom.org
#(William Wallace) wrote:
#
#>         Even in the most primitive "things that float" found have
#> streamlining of some sort. About the only thing that doesn't is river
#> barges that do not move under their own power. 
#
#Irish used to use round "coracles", which must have been rather ungainly
#in the water, but they could get from Britain to Ireland.
#

And from Ireland to Iceland ;)


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