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Parentage of Ancient American Art and Religion
|Parentage of Ancient American Art and Religion
|Year of Publication
|The Latter Day Saints' Millennial Star
|3 November 1910
|Ancient America – Mesoamerica; Ancient America – South America; Ancient Near East; Archaeology; Architecture; Assyria; Jaredites; Kingdom of Babylon
This series discusses the Babylonian and Israelite people who established Book of Mormon civilizations. Brookbank suggests that the Jaredites were Semites. The ancient ruins left in America have distinct Babylonian and Assyrian influence. The Nephite-Israelite people of the Book of Mormon have also left their mark upon civilization. The sixth part covers low relief sculptures, sub-river tunnels, large walls, aqueducts, and mechanical appliances.
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