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Upon the Chaldean Roots of the Ancient Cornish Language


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Upon the Chaldean Roots of the Ancient Cornish Language by Kelvin I. Jones
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Originally published by Bell and Brown of Truro in 1898, this intriguing monograph by the worldfamous consulting detective of Baker Street, London, examines popular theories of the late 19th Century regarding the tin traders of Phoenicia who plied their trade with the Comish at St Michael's Mount and deals with similarities between the Comish and the Phoenician languages. Sherlock Holmes, who wrote this work while on holiday on the Lizard, replies to theories espoused by leading Comish scholars and folklorists of his day.A must for the Comish folklore and Sherlock Holmes enthusiast.
Release date Australia
July 10th, 2019
Independently Published
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