Did This Ancient Explorer Make It To The Arctic In 325 BC? - Ancient Origins

While Pytheas of Massalia didn't reach the North Pole, he did reach the Arctic Circle long before Robert Peary was in short pants. The only reason Mark Oliver and other historians know about him are the doubters who cast aspersions upon his adventures. Funny old thing is, everything Pytheas wrote aligns perfectly with what we know about the Arctic Circle. Also from the annals of history, Paul Seaburn's indulging in his passion for numismatics as some Coins May Date The Shroud Of Turin To The First Century. What's puzzling is if the Shroud is real, along with Jesus, then why would Christ need coins for Charon to ferry him across the River Styx? Wouldn't J.C. get a Friends and Family discount? (CS)

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