The Peer Review Page
This where I put contact information for everyone (The Gatekeepers of Knowledge) that are in academia that have been notified of my finding, however, two of the tactics of academia are to ignore or belittle those who disagree with “The Traditions Of Their Guild” and never address your detractors valid points. Therefore, I have listed a number of the Gatekeepers of the Scholarly World that I have contacted along with their Twitter feed or Web sites in this section and I have offered them a chance to enter into a debate on what myths and legends are all about. This is where they can post comments. However, anonymous comments will not be tolerated. If you are accredited (?) then Tell The World, why I am wrong. Or admit you never knew about these facts until you read this blog and my book Locked Gates. But be aware I am a fierce debater, not a cowering student. Therefore, provide evidence, not widely accepted “Traditions” of unproven theories to prove you points! It will be fun for me to make my points in a debate with you, if you have solid enough evidence to even debate me.
chair of egyptology at the american university in cairo (auc).
International peer-reviewed e-journal for archaeology.
University of the Aegean, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication
Kathryn A. Bard,
Associate Professor of Archaeology at Boston University
Principal/Senior Archeologist, Archeological Survey and Historic Preservation, Anthropology Department, Rutgers University
Associate Professor of Archaeological Materials Science & Conservation; Materials Science and Engineering Department with joint appointment in the UCLA/Getty Conservation Program
The department of History of Architecture and Building Archaeology of the Vienna University of Technology
The Office of the State (Iowa) Archaeologist
Heather N. Lechtman,
Professor of Archaeology and Ancient Technology, Director, Center for Materials Research in Archaeology and Ethnology (CMRAE). Contact, lechtman(at)mit.edu
Dr. David J. Proctor,
Department of Classics & Archaeology Program Contact : archaeology(at)tufts.edu
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