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Sumerian Roots of Jaredite-Derived Names and Terminology in the Book of Mormon
|Title||Sumerian Roots of Jaredite-Derived Names and Terminology in the Book of Mormon|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||Grover, Jr., Jerry D.|
|Number of Pages||641|
|Publisher||Challex Scientific Publications|
|Keywords||Ancient America; Ancient Near East; Archaeology; Jaredite; Language; Language - Hebrew; Mesoamerica; Name; Sumerian|
The origin of Book of Mormon Jaredite names has been an enigma since the publication of the Book of Mormon. In a book that is the first of its kind, Jerry Grover, a professional civil engineer, geologist and translator has been able to reconstruct the Jaredite names from ancient Sumerian. The author's approach is meticulous and scientific. This book is a landmark event in Book of Mormon studies and is a book that must be read by every serious student of the Book of Mormon and of Mesoamerican studies. The author is dedicating all proceeds from the book to additional scientific studies to cast further light on the ancient setting of the Book of Mormon.
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