Biblical Paleoarcheology

Going Down the Mountain

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Article #28 I don’t really like animals, because I’m a city boy who grew up in a world of concrete and pavement. I don’t fish or hunt. I would rather not have a pet, like a dog or a cat, because they are too much work. That’s exactly the reason why I deeply admire the […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Going East from the Ark

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Article #25 When Timothy Clarey identified the Kagizman Mountain Range as the probable landing place for the Ark, it opened new doors of opportunity for research (1). That was 2019. Although Mt. Ararat would have been a good central location for migration, Kagizman is even better. The crest is only a few miles from both […]