Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) June 23, 2006
The New Archaeology Review is the premier archaeology eZine offering fresh perspectives and voices on the archaeology beat, challenging accepted ideas with new theories on our ancient past.
The online-only publication focuses on controversial issues with an open forum format for free debate and inquiry. The eZine features well researched and documented articles and news items that may have not been able to pass academic muster due to their conflict with established academia.
Featuring articles from such top bestselling authors and underground scholars as Dr. Robert Schoch, Ralph Ellis, Maurice Cotterell, Jim Allen, George Erikson, Michael Cremo, Robert L. Smith, and David Hatcher Childress, The New Archaeology Review promises to bring some of the newest, edgy and controversial topics and subject, as well as a forum for discussing the merit and scholarship of any work.
A sampling of subjects includes the Age of the Sphinx, America’s Stonehenge, Theories on Atlantis, Egyptian and South American Pyramids, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Gospel of Judas, Stone Age civilizations, mysteries of the Indus Valley, ancient China and the rise of its major dynasties.
In addition, recent issues have included Hitler's obsession with the Holy Grail, the Spear of Destiny, the Da Vinci Code, prehistoric migrations, and scientific materials such as the latest from NASA and updates on the latest discoveries of dinosaurs and the paleontology world. Also explored is archaeology as presented in 21st century pop culture.
The bold, groundbreaking publication is actively seeking readers as well as contributions for all sections.
The New Archaeology Review is interested in research papers, essays, dissertations, small news items from the field, new books and reviews, archaeology in movies and TV, exhibits of interest, seminars and talks, new sites, new excavations or digs, and new tools and technology.
To advertise a related product or service, contact the sales department. Space is limited, even in an eZine.
Patrick Chouinard, Publisher, The New Archaeology Review, 727-397-6449, http://www.newarchreview.com
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