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Archaeological Wars, Anunnaki, Destruction of the Past-Matt LaCroix, Sam Tripoli, Jeffrey Wilson

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Archaeological Wars, Anunnaki, Destruction of the Past-Matt LaCroix, Sam Tripoli, Jeffrey Wilson

A history podcast from Matthew LaCroix

Have the history books misled society about the truth of the past and the lost civilizations of antiquity? Cuneiform tablets and megalithic ruins scattered across Iraq, Syria, and Iran provide evidence to show that our history is much older and more complicated than we’ve been told. From the gods known as the Anunnaki, to dynasty kings of Darius, Xerxes, and Ashurbanipal, Sam Tripoli, Jeffrey Wilson, and I dig deep to find answers.

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