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Stories by J. Reid Moir

Treasure in East Anglia

A Buried Anglo-Saxon Ship, Riches in Refined Gold and Silver Work, A Surprise to Archaeologists and Historians, Unearthed in England

May 1, 1940 — J. Reid Moir

Mystery Shafts of Ipswich

Suspicions of Roman Age, Strange Condition of Affairs, A Peculiar Feature Was Observed, A Foxy Trick But Not Foxy Enough, Suspense

October 1, 1936 — J. Reid Moir

"How do they Know?"

A Brief Glimpse of Some of the "Inside" Considerations Which Guide the Expert in Judging the Antiquity of Flint Implements

May 1, 1930 — J. Reid Moir

The Art of Pliocene Man

More Discoveries Made in Eastern England Strengthen the Belief That Very Ancient Man Was Highly Intelligent

December 1, 1929 — J. Reid Moir

Where Nature Imitates Man

Usually, Man Imitates Nature. In Copying Prehistoric Implements of Flint, Natural Forces Imitate Man's Handiwork—Not Too Closely, However, for the Expert to Distinguish Them

May 1, 1928 — J. Reid Moir

New Evidences of Ancient Man

In England the Recent Excavation of a Silted-up Lake Bed Has Revealed New and Incontestable Records of Earlier and Extinct Races of Man

April 1, 1928 — J. Reid Moir

Flint--Prehistoric Man's Steel

Our Ancient Ancestors Were Just as Keen About the Quality of Flint as We Are About the Quality of Steel. They Even Imported It From Long Distances

May 1, 1927 — J. Reid Moir

Where Was the Birthplace of Mankind?

Flints Called Eoliths, 1,000,000 Years Old and Flaked so Crudely that Only the Expert Can Tell Whether Man or Nature Made Them, Have Been Discovered in Europe. What Do They Signify?

February 1, 1927 — J. Reid Moir
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Scientific American Unlimited

Scientific American Unlimited