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Language And Geography

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Rev. Dr. Joseph Bosworth (1789-1876) was a reknowned language scholar in his day. On the subject of origins, he stated, “The Goths were of Asiatic origin… [early Roman historian] Tacitus speaks of no Goths in […]

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Dariel Pass

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The Gateway of the Hebrew tribes Through the Caucasus Mountain range into Europe. Much evidence has been presented documenting that Hebrew tribes passed through the Caucasus Mountain region into Europe in the early pre-Christian centuries. […]

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HEBREWS IN EARLY GAUL (France)

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An extract from: OUR BRITISH ANCESTORS: WHO AND WHAT WERE THEY? An inquiry serving to elucidate the traditional history of the early Britons, by means of recent excavations, etymology, remnants of religious worship, inscriptions, craniology, […]

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The Danaan Tribe in Europe

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An extract taken from the classic book: Ethnology Of Europe by Dr. Robert G. Latham Published by Jan Van Voorst, Paternoster Row, London, England, 1852 Extract from pages 136-138 “Robert Gordon Latham. Born at Billingborough, […]

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ANGLO-SAXON ORIGINS

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One of the greatest of Anglo-Saxon historians was Mr. Sharon Turner, author of several histories in the first half of the nineteenth century. His most important work, History Of The Anglo-Saxons, was first completed in […]

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The Other Exodus

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Forgotten History of the Danite Exodus from Egypt! In the days of the Pharaohs, we read of an adventurous hero named Danaos and his followers who dwelled in Egypt. Then came an event, or series […]

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Events

European American Heritage Festival

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October 22, 2016 Pulaski, TN USA The European American Heritage Festival is an annual event held in the beautiful town of Pulaski, Tennessee. Sponsors of the event encourage those who wish to show an appreciation […]