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Tartaria - Ancient Greece did not exist - cover

Tartaria - Ancient Greece did not exist

David Ewing Jr

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

Ancient Greece is famous for astronomy and philosophy. Historians and scientists say that the Ancient Greeks said that the Earth was round like a ball.
 
Did Ancient Greece really exist?
 
The NASA space program “Apollo” was named after the Ancient Greeks. Why?
 
On 19 July 1969, Neil Armstrong arrived on the Moon. 19? Why 19?
 
Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon on 20 July 1969. Did this really happen? - Or -Is everything a big lie?Did the Ancient Greeks really exist?
 
This book will examine the evidence and show that Ancient Greece never existed and is nothing but a scam
Available since: 02/15/2023.
Print length: 176 pages.

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