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Ancient History of Aratta-Ukraine (20,000 BCE - 1,000 CE) (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 29 gen 2015

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L'autore

Dr. Yuri Shilov, born Zaporizhia region, Ukraine. Graduate of Moscow State University; doctorate, Ukrainian Academy of Science. Academic appointments: Professor of Ancient History; Professor of Ukrainian Studies, Kyiv; Cossack Military Institute. Head of several public organisations of ancient history and archaeology. Honorary Doctor of Historical Sciences; Professor of the Russian Right Slavic Academy and Inter-regional Academy of Humanities; Head of History, All-Slavic Council; Colonel General of the International Academy of Cossacks. Member of Ukrainian Academy of Original Ideas; International Academy of Humanities; New York Academy of Sciences. Author of hundreds of publications: over 30 books - scientific, journalistic and artistic. Member of the National Union of Writers of Ukraine and Russia.

Dr. Shilov's significant discoveries, gleaned over a lifetime of archaeological investigation of Ukrainian Steppe kurgans and graves, have revised academic understanding of the origins of Indo-Europeans, Aryans and Slavs. He has shown that civilisation did not originate from slave-holding Sumer (c.3,200 BCE in Mesopotamia) but began from the community of Aratta (c. 6,800 BCE in the Danube-Dnipro region). For these discoveries he has received international and national honours with monuments in the city of Komsomolsk and the city of Sicheslav (Dnipropetrovsk).

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  • Copertina flessibile: 470 pagine
  • Editore: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (29 gennaio 2015)
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 1505241626
  • ISBN-13: 978-1505241624
  • Peso di spedizione: 821 g
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2 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 22 febbraio 2016
Di Julie Austin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
The type is rather small.
2 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle UKRAINIAN NATIONALIST POLEMIC WITHOUT ANY TRACES OF CONVENTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP 12 agosto 2016
Di STARMAN - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I BOUGHT THIS BOOK BECAUSE OF AN INTEREST IN THE SUMERIAN HOMELAND - ARATTA. TO SAY IT WAS AN UNFORTUNATE PURCHASE IS TO BE KIND. THIS IS NOT SCHOLARSHIP IN THE WESTERN SENSE OF THE WORD (OR PERHAPS ANY OTHER SENSE). IT'S A CONFUSED DIATRIBE ABOUT THE ASSUMED UNIQUELY PIVOTAL ROLE OF UKRAINE IN THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION. UNFORTUNATELY, HISTORICAL FACTS, RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP ARE NOWHERE TO BE FOUND (ALL REFERENCED MATERIAL IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE ORIGINAL RUSSIAN OR UKRAINIAN). ALL FACTS, EVIDENCE AND PROOFS ARE ONLY OFFERED TO THE READER AS ASSERTIONS BASED ON THE AUTHOR'S (AND OTHER) PERSONAL AUTHORITY - CLEARLY REMINISCENT OF SOVIET SCHOLARSHIP. IT'S A 400 PLUS PAGE POLEMIC WHOSE ONLY AGENDA IS TO PROMOTE UKRAINIAN NATIONALISM (NOT NECESSARILY A BAD THING WHEN YOU'RE NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR IS RUSSIA, BUT BAD FOR SCHOLARSHIP). HOWEVER, IF YOU'RE NOT A UKRAINIAN NATIONALIST OR IF YOU JUST HAVE AN APPRECIATION FOR WESTERN SCHOLARSHIP, THEN DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY.
I AM SURPRISED THAT THE OTHER 1-STAR CRITIC DIDN'T MENTION THAT TOWARD THE BACK OF THE BOOK THE AUTHOR BEGINS TO SPECULATE ABOUT SOME OTHERWISE UNKNOWN WRITINGS ON UKRAINIAN CAVE WALLS THAT HAVE BEEN DECIPHERED BY HIMSELF AND OTHER RUSSIAN LINGUISTS. THE AUTHOR THEN BEGINS TO DISCUSS THE POSSIBLE SOURCES AS ALIEN VISITATIONS, ETC. PERHAPS, UNDERSTANDABLY, THE 1-STAR CRITIC GAVE UP ON THIS BOOK LONG BEFORE REACHING THAT CHAPTER. IF ONLY I HAD.
TO BE FAIR, UKRAINE PROBABLY HAS PLAYED A MORE IMPORTANT ROLE IN EARLY P.I.E. LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION THEN THE WEST GIVES IT CREDIT FOR BECAUSE OF SOVIET SUPPRESSION OF DECADES OF UKRAINIAN AND RUSSIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND LINGUISTIC SCHOLARLY RESEARCH. BUT WHEN I ENCOUNTERED THE FIRST MENTION OF "ALIENS" IN THE BOOK, I CLOSED IT AND RETURNED IT FOR A FULL REFUND.
2 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle A lot of information and a good starting point for those interested in past cultures 7 febbraio 2016
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A very interesting read. But it is going to take some time to sink in. A lot of information and a good starting point for those interested in past cultures.
12 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Accomplished and erudite 21 maggio 2015
Di John Duncan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I have waited years for a serious academic book to appear, written in English, that appraises the archaeological cultures that arose in the northern Black Sea lands many millennia before the Sumerian civilisation. This book far exceeds my expectations, not only in the almost encyclopaedic scope of time and territory that it covers, and richness of illustration, but particularly in the hundreds of references to all related and relevant research papers, monographs and textbooks that have appeared since the early 19th century explorations in this subject. Those alone give this book the stamp of authority that allows the critical reader to have complete confidence in the veracity of Shilov’s expansive and detailed understanding of his subject. 
This is a particularly difficult study to explore if you cannot read Ukrainian or Russian to access the wealth of information that is available on the internet in those languages. Personally, I have been awed by the archaeological exhibits of this archaic civilisation in both State and private museums across Ukraine, and purchased many books (in Ukrainian and Russian) by the foremost researchers of the ancient Trypillian civilisation, including the pioneering decipherment of proto-Sumerian petroglyphic texts discovered in Ukraine, but nowhere have I found a book in English that can even closely rival Shilov’s book on Ancient Ukraine. 
This book is almost like a “Rosetta stone” in opening up far more about this fascinating subject than I had ever hoped to find. Of course, sensational new discoveries tend to receive treatments that span a spectrum from applause to disbelief and Shilov’s research and discoveries have evidently attracted both polarisations, from East and West. However, do not be misled into thinking this book is heavily biased towards the Communist doctrines of historical materialism, of which Shilov is openly critical, and do not be surprised to see his scope of review covers research from academics in the US, UK, western and eastern Europe, and Asia. This is an astonishingly thorough book that will be my foremost reference text for many years. It is perhaps the most useful and best value book I have ever bought.
One of the strengths of this book is that it offers a chronology for the plethora of cultural periods of prehistoric Eurasia. Although the majority of academic historians and archaeologists will be perfectly accepting of the veracity of radiocarbon dating techniques that the author here has drawn upon (even though scientific claims for precision of absolute dating of artefacts can still be challenged), one can at least choose to interpret some of the precise dates within this book, such as archaeoastronomical dates, as an acceptable and significant guideline rather than an absolute. 
Perhaps the most exciting revelation in this book, for me, was to read of the discovery of identical archaic texts found in Ukraine and Catal Hoyak which give clear proof of their mutual cultural and spiritual connection across the Black Sea in the dawning of civilisation, radiocarbon dated to 6200 ± 97 BCE. Since those texts clearly predate the famous Romanian Tartaria tablets that have been radiocarbon dated to 5500 BCE and been claimed to be the earliest writing in the world, this book clearly shows that Ukraine has an even more ancient history of civilisation that genuinely deserves attention.

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