Unravelling the Mysteries of Ancient Artifacts - Ebook

Unravelling the Mysteries of Ancient Artifacts Ebook

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To mark the occasion of our Two Year Anniversary, we are releasing a Free Ebook titled ‘Unravelling the Mysteries of Ancient Artifacts’. This ebook is a compilation of exclusive articles written for Ancient Origins by authors, researchers, and experts from a variety of different fields. The book explores the most enigmatic and fascinating relics uncovered from our ancient past, and presents new theories to explain the mysteries surrounding some of the world’s more unique and unusual artifacts.

Special thanks go to: Ralph Ellis, Rand & Rose Flem-Ath, Tashi Alexander Javed, Petros Koutoupis, Dr Rita Louise, Ahmed Osman, Brien Foerster, Gary A. David, Leonide Martin, Maria Wheatley, Scott Onstott, Gary Evans, Hugh Newman, and Paul Burley. The Ebook would not have been possible without their valued contributions.

How to Download

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Unravelling the Mysteries of Ancient Places

This Ebook is the second Free book released by Ancient Origins, and is a sequel to the first book titled 'Unravelling the Mysteries of Ancient Places'. To download a copy of the first ebook, click here.

Comments

Ancient Origins rocks!

Thank you so much for the new e-book. It's raining and storming hard outside. Just great for reading this book on my reader, while cozy in bed. Looking forward to it.

Sunny Young

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I o extensive research on the above mentioned subjects and would welcome additional facts.

I want to donload the free ebook

ancient-origins's picture

Hi Hoai. Once logged in you come back to this page and you will see the links to download the ebook.

 

 

I’m logged in, but the only link I see is for the 1st book

ancient-origins's picture

The links that you see under the colored book type boxes, are for the new ebook!

 

 

Great idea!

Thanks!

JudithC's picture

This won’t download to my kindle, any help appreciated

 

Nope, it won’t download to my kindle. Just get a massive program file

 

Any ideas?

Judy

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Hi Judith. Please try again now, we replaced it with a mobi version.

 

 

trying to download - keeps sending me back to this page - see no link

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Hi Susan. Please try to login first.

 

 

the kindle version isn’t in a format recognised – can’t get it onto kindle :(

Katmandu's picture

I download stuff like pdf’s and convert it on http://ebook.online-convert.com/convert-to-mobi   I hope this helps.

 

.azw3 ? nothing will not open file.  

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Hi everyone. We replaced the azw version with a mobi version which is compatible with all Kindles. Please try now!

 

 

Success.   Thank you so much. 

Work well on Kindle HDX7...Thanks all contributors for a great ebook.

Ebook not downloading on iPad; I'm logged in and tried the kindle version and the pdf.  Nothing seems to work.

Kindest regards,

Wombat

"The society that makes a great distinction between its scholars and its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." - Thucydides

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Hi Wombat. We have tested and it works. Can you see the links on the page? If not then you are not logged in. If you see the links you should be able to download them. Can you please email us with a screenshot of what you see?

 

 
JudithC's picture

Hi

I have logged in and tried to download twice to my kindle, but it still won’t do it. 

I have managed to download the 1st book with no problem.

Judy

JudithC's picture

Every time I try it logs me out and takes me back to the initial page where the download is.

Judy

I like your site, the topics covered are exciting. I look forward to receiving news

This is a great site.

This site sounds fascinating.

I really enjoy ancient origins articles.

thank in advance for putting this information available for dwellers of this earth.

Thank you for the great research

Can't download

no link

Downloaded both after much trial and error but I just get a "cannot open file" message. That is a half hour of my life I won't get back.

As above, so below.

Yesterday I registered for your fascinaing website, and this moorning I tried to download the ebook in Kindle format, but while everything seemed to work fine, the book hasn’t appeared in my Kindle library.  What am I doing wrong?

 
ancient-origins's picture

I am not sure what Kindle you use, but I think you will have to manully copy the file to the Kindle Library if I am correct.

 

 
scotdeerie's picture

I’m having a problem with the Kindle download, too.  When I click on the Kindle icon it loads a white square wit the Kindle icon in it again but then nothing happens and nothing downloads.  

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Hi Scot. You need to click on the links under the Kindle icon.

 

 

 

There are no links after the kindle icon

Thank you for sharing this educational ebook.

tiyohistud9's picture

One step forward to knowing your works on ancient history. Keep going and thank you.

sww

It's an intriguing topic

Kyouri's picture

Thank You!

   

"...people live their lives bound by what they accept as correct and true... that is how they define reality... their reality may all be an illusion."

rmg13021's picture

2nd free book cannot locate link for that? Could you please post a page size link with a flashing arrow? Thanks

     

Just found your site, it is fascinating. Would love to receive any free e-books available.

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Hi Monica. Once you register as a user and login, you should find the links on this page.

 

 

 

would like to learn everything about the sumerians from start to finish and where they are today

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