New York: Walker and Company, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. 354 pp. Octavo. Dark red cloth over boards with original dust jacket, which is exhibiting some minor signs of shelf wear, such as rubbing to top fore edge. Some toning to dust jacket. Very good. Item #61869
In a controversial viewpoint that ancient civilizations held more scientific knowlege than we do today, Charroux argues that all lost civilizations from Atlantis to the crew of the Marie Celeste have something to teach us.