The Copper Scroll Decoded: One man's search for the fabulous treasure of ancient Egypt

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9780722538029: The Copper Scroll Decoded: One man's search for the fabulous treasure of ancient Egypt
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At last a lone metallurgist has successfully decoded the mysterious Copper Scroll that has baffled scholars since its discovery in 1952.

In his extraordinary research of the Copper Scroll, Robert Feather has made two amazing but interlinked discoveries:

• The location of the the treasure that is referred to in the Scroll. The silver, gold and jewellery that is already in museums and the exact sites at which the remaining items lie buried. This news will cause great excitement amongst archaeologists throughout the world. In 1959 & 1960 John Allegro of Manchester University had led unsuccessul trips to find the treasure. His translation of the Scroll had been based on some misconceptions that Robert Feather has now been able to identify.

• The accumulation of significant new research to back the old but neglected theory that the origins of the world’s three great monotheistic religions can all be traced to Ancient Egypt and in particular to the Pharoah Akhenaten. The book will show why it makes such sense that Moses was in fact an Egyptian and answer many other historical anomalies & puzzles.

Professor George Brooke of Manchester University who recently organised the Copper Scroll exhibition in Manchester supports Robert Feather’s findings and has offered to write a foreword.

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In his research of the Copper Scroll, Robert Feather has made two interlinked discoveries: t firstly the location of the treasure that is referred to in the Scroll, not only the silver, gold and jewellery that is already in museums but also the exact sites at which the remaining items lie buried. This news will cause excitement amongst archaeologists throughout the world. In 1959 & 1960 John Allegro of Manchester University led unsuccessul trips to find the treasure. His translation of the Scroll had been based on some misconceptions that Robert Feather has now been able to identify. Secondly, the accumulation of new research to back the old but neglected theory that the origins of the world's three great monotheistic religions can all be traced to Ancient Egypt and in particular to the Pharoah Akhenaten. The author will show why it makes such sense that Moses was in fact an Egyptian and answer many other historical anomalies and puzzles.

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