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Homer and Orosius: A Key to Explain Deucalion's Flood, Exodus and Other Tales

Part of the History of Mechanism and Machine Science book series (HMMS, volume 6)

In a previous paper (Spedicato, 2005), taking the hint from a passage in Paulus Orosius, we have explained Deucalion's Flood and the “passage” of the Red Sea by Moses in terms of a super Tunguska type explosion over northern Germany of a body known in the Greek tradition as Phaethon. In this paper, we observe how an enigmatic passage in Homer's Odyssey about Lampos and Phaethon sheds additional light on the above events.

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Heat Wave Sinai Peninsula Central Europe Forest North American Civilization Greek Tradition 
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References

  1. 1.
    Spedicato, E., A super-Tunguska event circa 1447 BC: A scenario for the Phaethon explosion, the Indo-Aryan migration and the Exodus events, Report 1-2005 Miscellanea, University of Bergamo, 2005. Also in Proceedings of the 2005 Milos Conference on Atlantis.Google Scholar
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    Vinci, F., Omero nel Baltico, Palombi, 1998.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of BergamoItaly

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