Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Part VI: Horses in Ancient America

Title

Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Part VI: Horses in Ancient America

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1955

Authors

Pagination

724–726, 728–729, 732, 734, 736–740

Date Published

October 1955

Volume

58

Issue Number

10

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Bibliographic Citation

Hunter, Milton R. "Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Part VI: Horses in Ancient America", Improvement Era, Vol. 58. no. 10 1955:724–726, 728–729, 732, 734, 736–740.

Abstract

This series is a comprehensive compilation of archaeological artifacts in Mesoamerica that relate to Book of Mormon places and peoples. It is copiously illustrated with photographs of buildings, pottery, statues, and carvings. The series includes evidences of Christ’s appearance to the Americas and reviews ancient Mayan writings, including Title of the Lords of Totonicapan, the Popol Vuh, the Annals of the Cakehiquels, and the Works of Ixtlilxochitl. The author also discusses white and dark people in ancient America. The sixth part begins a discussion of horses in ancient America.

Archaeology
Horses
Ancient America - North America
Ancient America - Mesoamerica
Ancient America - South America

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