by Bill Cooper
THE EARLY HISTORY OF MAN: PART 1.
THE TABLE OF NATIONS
THE BIRTH OF PAGANISM
REASON AND FAITH
THE HISTORlCAL NOTlCES
Table1. THE LINEAGE OF JAPHETH, PROGENITOR OF ALL THE INDO-EUROPEAN RACES
PART ONE: THE LINEAGE OF JAPHETH
TWO: THE LINEAGE OF HAM
Table 2. THE LINEAGE OF HAM. The peoples of Ham's line populated parts of Asia Minor, the Arabian Peninsula, and eventually the entire continent of Africa - once known as the Land of Ham.
THREE: THE LINEAGE OF SHEM
TABLE 3. THE LINEAGE OF SHEM, THE FATHER OF ALL THE SEMITIC RACES
EARLY HISTORY OF MAN - PART 2
The Irish - Celtic, British and Saxon Chronicles
THE IRISH-CELTIC CHRONICLES
TABLE 1. A CHART SHOWING THE EARLY IRISH GENEALOGY.
TABLE 2. Important events in the early Irish-Celtic history, and their dates according to the chroniclers compared to Ussher's chronology.
TABLE 3. A chart showing the lines of descent to the European nations, including the British
TABLE 4. A chart showing the line of descent of the early British kings:
TABLE 5. A chart showing the lines of Saxon descent leading to six of the Saxon Royal Houses.
TABLE 6. A chart clarifying a portion of the Saxon genealogies when east and west Saxon dynasties intermarried.
EARLY HISTORY OF MAN: PART 3.
THE KINGS OF THE ANCIENT BRITONS: A CHRONOLOGY
Table 1. The Chronology of the early British kings.
Early History of Man - Part 4.
Living Dinosaurs from Anglo-Saxon and other Early Records.
Table 1, Above, in alphabetical order, appear the names of 81 locations in Britain where dinosaur activity has been reported or is remembered. this list could be expanded to nearly 200 place-names.
THE WRITTEN ACCOUNTS
BEOWULF: THE HISTORY
AND THE DINOSAURS
INTRODUCTION TO TABLES 2 AND 3.
Table 2. THE GEATISH ROYAL HOUSE.
Table 3. THE SWEDISH AND DANISH ROYAL HOUSES.
Table 4. ZOOLOGICALLY APPLIED TERMS IN THE BEOWULF.
THE FLYING REPTILES AND OTHER DINOSAURS OF WALES
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