The Ice and the Stars Jim McMurtray

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The Ice and the Stars  by  Jim McMurtray

The Ice and the Stars by Jim McMurtray
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Filled with vivid imagery and compelling characters, the Ice and the Stars is the story of two communities of human beings separated by a yawning gulf of years. What happens when a chance discovery radically changes our perceptions of human history?MoreFilled with vivid imagery and compelling characters, the Ice and the Stars is the story of two communities of human beings separated by a yawning gulf of years. What happens when a chance discovery radically changes our perceptions of human history?Paintings preserved in caves can be only a tiny fraction of the art produced by our early ancestors.

The great bulk of Paleolithic artistry was surely created elsewhere and lost to the elements thousands of years ago. What are the chances then that the work of a truly gifted artist will be discovered in our time?In a huge cave in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, only minutes from the nations capital, archaeologists Margaret Collins and Jeremiah Williams and astronomer Roger McKinley will meet a remarkable colleague who died more than 20,000 years before they were born, and he will profoundly change their lives.



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