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Thanks for the information you all have supplied, to my surprise I was able to buy the last copy of 'Kingdom of the Ark' today in Cardiff's Waterstone's book shop.

I was wrong about the date of the ship etc seems to be about 1350 BC. The Princess is remembered as Scota (not her real Egyptian name). There are British and Irish buriels from this time containing Egyptian style wears in DEVON and TARA in Ireland. When I have finished the book I will post some more info. Interesting so far.

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Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 333 Siôn 30-Nov-00 20:56
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 205 Geoff Stocks 30-Nov-00 21:09
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 230 steve cr 30-Nov-00 21:35
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 161 Julia M 30-Nov-00 21:54
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 162 Trisha Webber 30-Nov-00 22:27
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 185 Gav 01-Dec-00 10:03
RE: Brythonic - Egyptian burials & boats 237 Siôn 01-Dec-00 22:50


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