From Mitch: Sound like you two might be able to work this out together. Why don't you work through a book proposal for a volume on archaeological fakes and frauds. Pick who will do each case, figure out what should be in the introduction and how long the volume would take to do. I'd like something in the neighborhood of 50-60,000 words. When you're ready, send me the outline and I'll get you started with a contract.
Reiner Protsch von Zieten
Erich von DÃ¤niken
Kensington Rune Stone
Spencer Lakes Horse Skull
Bar Kokhba Coin
Bat Creek Stone
Shroud of Turin
Jerusalem Bone box
Newark Holy Stones
Etruscan Terracotta Soldiers
Saitaphernes' Golden Tiara
Pine River Petrified Baby
Jammal Ark Hoax
Holly Oak Shell
Dorenberg skull hoax
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