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Deluged Civilization of the Caucasus

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Submitted by Geoffrey B Slater (Russian Federation), Oct 18, 2007 at 21:21

Patrick,

I found the web link by accident. Since I first read the books I have researched his references. I believe that in many points he was spot on. I will also view an original at the British Library in November. I have one of the Atlas's he mentions but not his maps that went with the original publication.

Best Regards,

Geoff

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