Calalus

Welcome to the Calalus information website. Here you will find books and articles on the Jewish presence in Toltec Mexico from the sixththrough the tenth century, including publications on The TucsonArtifacts and Los Lunas Decalogue Stone

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Fifty “Facts” about the Tucson Artifacts
Fact #1. They are “old iron objects found outside Tucson in 1924.” Incredibly, this “fact” comes from the first sentence
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White Strangers and Papago Gold, the origin of the Tucson Artifacts?
Bearded Semitic merchant wearing keffiyah, from Hodges Ruin, Tucson, dated to Cañada del Oro period ca. 500-700. Rafael Serrano, after
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Ulli-drops: Toltec Notarial Practices and the Religious Dimension of Trade
Quetzalcoatl face is surrounded by Ulli-drops and annotations in Old Breton ogam, all with gold infill, on the Judas-Benjamin-Isaac Cross
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The Hohokam, American Indians and Mesoamerica
What You Thought You Knew about Southwest U.S. Indians is probably not right… Tucson Artifacts can shed light on American
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Forgeries, Fakes and the Tucson Artifacts
Pope Hadrian, one of the authors of the Donation of Constantine.    What do the Tucson Artifacts have to do
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They Sailed to Rome in 775, Went to Calalus, an Unknown Land, and Theodore Was King over the Peoples
    From the forthcoming publication Merchant Adventurer Kings of Rhoda, we present a chronology of world events as they
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The Strange World of the Tucson Artifacts, 775-900
Merchant Adventurer Kings of Rhoda The Strange World of the Tucson Artifacts, 775-900 Completed, in draft form, are the introduction
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Some Notes on the Writing of the Tucson Artifacts
The Josephus Cross, with the legend of Benjamin, builder of the walls of Rome, memorial to Josephus, father of Oliver
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Evidences of Ancient Civilization Are Found West of Tucson
The following is the substance of an address delivered by Robert F. Gilder, archeologist of the University of Nebraska in
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Byron Cummings Was Fooled Once (The Old Pueblo Chronicle, Tucson)
The Old Pueblo Chronicle: A 75-Year History of the Old Pueblo Club (1907-1982), April 12, 1934
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