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Bibliography

 

O'Brien Books

 

O'Brien, C.A.E. 1957. Salt Diapirism in South Persia. London & Amsterdam.

 

O'Brien, C.A.E. 1960. The Structural Geology of the Boule Ranges in the Canadian Rocky Mountains - Reprinted from the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, vol. cxvi, pp. 409-436, plates xxiv-xxix, published 31 December, 1960, UK.

 

O'Brien, C.A.E. 1974. An Integrated Astronomical Complex of Earthworks at Wandlebury and Hatfield Forest from the Third Millennium BC - Paper published by Christian O'Brien. UK.

 

O'Brien, C. & B.J. 1984. The Megalithic Odyssey, Turnstone, UK.

 

O'Brien, C. & B.J. 1985. (Rev.1999), Genius of the Few, Dianthus Publishing, UK.

 

O'Brien, C. & B.J. 1997. Shining Ones, Dianthus Publishing, UK.

 

Sumerian

 

Kramer S.N. 1963. The Sumerians: Their History, Culture, and Character. University of Chicago, USA.

 

Kramer S.N. 1981. History Begins at Sumer: Thirty-Nine "Firsts" in Recorded History: University of Philadelphia Press, USA.

 

Kramer S.N.1963. Sumerian Mythology: Study of Spiritual and Literary Achievement in the Third Millennium B.C: University of Pennsylvania Press, USA.

 

Kramer S.N. with Diane Wolkstein 1983 “Inanna : Queen of Heaven and Earth, New York: Harper & Row, USA

 

Agriculture

 

Peake, H. 1928 The Origins of Agriculture, UK.

 

Perry, W.J. 1926 Growth of Civilisation, UK.

 

Harris D. (ed.), 1999 The Origins and Spread of Agriculture and Pastoralism in Eurasia. UCL Press, UK.

 

Zohary, D. and M. Hopf. 1994 The origin and spread of cultivated plants in West Asia, Europe, and the Nile valley. Domestication of plants in the Old World, 2nd ed. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.

 

Hillman, G 1996 Late Pleistone changes in wild plant-foods available to hunter gatherers of the Northern Fertile Crescent: possible preludes to cereal cultivation in D. Harris (ed.), The origins and spread of agriculture and pastoralism in Eurasia, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C.

 

Zohary, D. 1999 Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 46: 133-142. Monophyletic vs. polyphyletic origin of the crops on which agriculture was founded in the Near East.

 

Gagne, S. E. 2006. (rev.), The Energetics of Food, Inner Traditions International, Rochester, VT 05767, Copyright © Steve Gagné, www.InnerTraditions.com

 

Pye, L. 2002. Everything You Know Is Wrong. New York, Disinformation Company.

 

Cremo, M.A. 1998. Forbidden Archaeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race, Torchlight Publishing

Postgate, J.N. 1994. Early Mesopotamia: Society & Economy at the Dawn of History, UK Routledge.

 

Maisels, C.K. 1993. The Emergence of Civilisation: UK Routledge.

 

Fagan, Brian.M. 1990. The Journey From Eden, UK: Thames & Hudson. See Ch16, pp216-225

 

Wenke, Robert.J. 1990. Patterns in Prehistory, UK:Oxford University Press

 

Clutton-Brock, J. 1989. The Walking Larder, UK:Unwin Hyman. Ch.14, pp127-155.

 

Nissen, Hans.J. 1988. The Early History of the Ancient Near East, 9000-2000 B.C. USA: Chicago University Press

 

Clark, Graham. 1977. World Prehistory in New Perspective, UK: Cambridge University Press. See Ch2, pp39-94, Ch5, pp227-242

 

Global Catastrophes

 

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Laviolette, P.Rev. 2004. Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age, Bear and Company, US

 

Peiser B.J. Ed., Palmer T. Ed., and Bailey M.E .Ed., 1997. Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations, BAR International.

 

Clube S.V.M. 1997. The Problem of Historical Catastrophism - Contained within Natural Catastrophes During the Bronze Age Civilisations.

 

Svensmark, H and Calder, N 2007. The Chilling Stars - A New Theory of Climate Change Icon Books UK

 

Allen D.S. and Delair J.D. 1995. When the Earth Nearly Died: Compelling Evidence of a Catastrophic World Change, Gateway Books.