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|Title||The Swords of Shule: Jaredite Land Northward Chronology, Geography, and Culture in Mesoamerica|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Grover, Jr., Jerry D.|
|Number of Pages||327|
|Publisher||Challex Scientific Publishing|
|Keywords||Ancient America; Chronology; Culture; Geography; Jaredite; Mesoamerica; Metallurgy; Olmec; Recordkeeping; Ritual; Shule; Weaponry|
The Olmec civilization has long been considered to be the Jaredite civilization. New evidence is presented here that provides a reliable correlation of chronology between Mesoamerican archaeology and the Jaredite timeline. New etymological and scientific evidence now provides a method of establishing a more detailed geography of the "land northward" referred to throughout the Book of Mormon, the Old World point of departure of the Jaredites, and Olmec cultural elements reflected in the Book of Mormon text.
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