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2011 Author of the Month please welcome Jay Stuart Wakefield, co author, with Reinoud M.De Jonge, of the comprehensive work “Rocks & Rows – Sailing Routes Across the Atlantic and the Copper trade.” Join Jay this month, on the Ao M message boards for a lively discussion on the work, research and theories documented in this in-depth study of the megalithic subject.
Henderson’s book (Ref.19) reports a German study that did 12,000 [!
He has been a computer newsletter editor and book editor, and built a 46’ ketch and chartered it as its licensed skipper.
Following a 4-generation family history of archaeological collecting, he has devoted the last 15 years to the study of megalithic monuments and petroglyphs.
Carbon dating of wood timbers in the pits has dated the mining to start about 2450 BC and end abruptly at 1200 BC.
Officially, no one knows where the Michigan copper went.