By Alfred Alcorn
Dean Cranston Fessing, dispatched from Wainscott college to enquire the funds of the neighboring Museum of guy, has been murdered. not just that, yet his grisly continues to be endure the unmistakable mark of guidance as haute food. Norman de Ratour, museum recording secretary and not likely sleuth, units out to discover a effervescent cauldron of clues during this hilarious satire of educational lifestyles and modern social concerns, a stew of homicide, cannibalism, political posturing. and excessive camp.
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When therefore Ramses III speaks of his victory over the THE HOME OF THE ATLANTEANS 61 peoples " of the borders of united darkness, the ends of the earth and the columns of heavens," he is undoubtedly emphasising that these peoples originally came from the far north. 2. , says that undoubtedly the most difficult problem is to ascertain the starting-point of the great migration. Eissfeld says that the burning question of the origin of the North peoples is as unsettled today as it was two thousand years ago .
ATLANTIS 40 2. In the course of the expedition the Atlantis people wandered through Europe and subjected the whole of Greece with the exception of Athens . They then invaded Asia Minor and penetrated to the border of Egypt, which they threatened but were unable to conquer . 3 . Of the Mediterranean countries, Libya, Greece and Europe as far as the Tyrrhenian Sea came under the rule of the Atlantean kings . These countries then joined the great expedition . 4. A large, well-equipped and highly organised army, strong in war chariots, and a powerful fleet were at the disposal of the Atlantis power .
Similar scenes of the highest comradeship and death-defying courage of the North people are shown in the great relief of the land battle . ) The hands of the Northerners killed or wounded in the land and sea battles were cut off, thrown on to a heap and counted . In this way the exact number of casualties was determined . For earlier battles the number of hands cut from the fallen enemy had been precisely counted . For example, after the battle near the Libyan border between Ramses III and the combined Libyan and Northern forces 25,215 hands had been counted .