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By Agatha Christie

Rex Fortescue, king of a monetary empire, used to be sipping

tea in his “counting house” while he suffered

an agonizing and surprising dying. On later inspection,

the wallet of the deceased have been discovered to contain

traces of cereals.

Yet, it used to be the incident within the parlor which confirmed

Miss Marple's suspicion that right here she was

looking at a case of crime through rhyme. . . .

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The Egyptians, on the other hand, emerged from the river mouth in fast ships, driven by many oars . They carried bows and arrows and were able to encircle and dispose of the clumsy ships from a safe distance . Their oarsmen and archers fired from behind bulwarks made up of the bodies of Northerners captured and lashed to the ships . When the crews of the enemy ships were reduced in numbers by the arrows of the Egyptians the Egyptian warships approached, threw grappling; irons into the open sails of the Northern ships, and capsized them .

C. Paret assures us that the climatic catastrophes of that age were seen " in the right perspective by Plato . C. C. At this same time the great changes on the west coast of the Cimbrian peninsula must have taken place . " The dry land jutting out into the sea was torn away and cliffs were formed . At other places ATLANTIS 36 >K -w tt _ to 4 im, . : :q . :~svse X r 1 rl 0 t 2 Forestation Period OakBirch-Willow Birch- Pine- Hazel. Mixed. Oak. Beech Period . Pine Hazel Oak Forest Beech Period Period Period Period Period Period Climate Pre-Boreal : Boreal : Atlantic : Sub-arctic increasing humid, warm continental, humidity (warmer than dry today) prewarmth veiling west winds Cultural Period Middle Stone Age : Kitchen Early Stone Bronze Age: Iron : Weapons and tools of Midden Period : Weapons, tools, Coloni- Age Age: stone, antlers and bones Transition to Polished flint ornaments of salon of early stone age .

Strangely, even Kepler has utilised the picture of the earth cow . , may other directions be meant by this expression . Other expressions for the farthest North include : Borders of darkness, united darkness, homes of the night, sources of the night, farthest-or deepest-darkness . The notion that the land of darkness is situated in the far North could be attributed to knowledge of the long Nordic winter nights . Statements in the Amduat, the Book of the Darkness, show quite clearly that the Egyptians looked for the darkness, " the united darkness," in the North only, and not in any other direction .

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