Armenoids in Prehistory attempts to reconstruct the oldest periods of the prehistory of the Ancient Near East and the neighboring areas by combining recent discoveries in several fields, including anthropological evidence, calibrated radiocarbon dating, comparative study of epic and linguistic data, and the recent theory of Indo-European languages. The analysis and the reconstruction of the past, which Moisheson suggests helps to show that the development of the modern science of prehistory, does not destroy the Biblical heritage.
Chapter 1 List of Figures Chapter 2 Diagrams and Tables Chapter 3 Foreword Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 The Armenoids Chapter 6 The Distant Connections Chapter 7 A Review of Prehistory Chapter 8 Revolution in Linguistics Chapter 9 Language Correspondences of the Neolithic Revolution Chapter 10 Migration of Area B Branches Chapter 11 The Mystery of Israel Chapter 12 Appendix Chapter 13 Bibliography Chapter 14 Author Index Chapter 15 Subject Index Chapter 16 About the Author
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