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Ancient Ruins of South America: Some External Evidences Supporting the Story of the Book of Mormon
|Title||Ancient Ruins of South America: Some External Evidences Supporting the Story of the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1927|
|Authors||Ballard, Melvin J.|
|Date Published||September 1927|
|Keywords||Ancient America – South America; Ancient Egypt; Archaeology; External Evidence; Native Americans – Incas; Pre-Columbian American History; South America|
This piece is largely an account (accompanied by photographs) of a trip by the author to ancient ruins in the Andes Plateau. Monoliths and the ruins of temples in the sites of three ancient cities are described. The workmanship of the ruins is marvelous, states the author, and comparable to ancient Egyptian buildings.
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Ancient Ruins of South America: Some External Evidences Supporting the Story of the Book of Mormon." Improvement Era 30, no. 11 (1927): 960-973. "
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