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    Ancient city discovered in rainforest

    This isnt the first time I've heard of a seemingly displaced tribe of white people. I'd love to know the story behind these happenings

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worl...ople-Peru.html
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    Viking settlers who stayed, maybe?

    Or maybe something else...
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    they need to run a spell check before they publish an article. they keep spelling civilization as "civilisation" all throughout the article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtZealot View Post
    they need to run a spell check before they publish an article. they keep spelling civilization as "civilisation" all throughout the article.
    Isnt "civilisation" the Brittish spelling?
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    this is awesome. i wanna research more about them.

    also yeah, we tend to spell things with s's rather than z's.
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    yeah! dont get all high and mighty with you americanised spelling, all your over zealous Z's and what not, not to mention dropping the letter U from such words as favourite or colour, the british pretty much birthed us all and its only right to honour correct spelling!

    oh, awesome find btw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duq View Post
    Isnt "civilisation" the Brittish spelling?
    Yes, that's right. But there is only one 't' in British Duq!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Bennett View Post
    Yes, that's right. But there is only one 't' in British Duq!
    That's the American spelling
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    Also, its the daily mail... so upon reading that "they need to check their spelling" I wasn't surprised. however it does sound fair interesting... I'll have a root about for a better source.

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    I checked the guardian and the BBC, to no avail... however the telegraph has this to say, with a video and everything
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    great article...thanks for posting...looks like a design doc page from a role playing game.

    thats how you design worlds...some text...some histories...some images...some maps...and then just keep flushing it out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtZealot View Post
    they need to run a spell check before they publish an article. they keep spelling civilization as "civilisation" all throughout the article.
    Pointing out mistakes in other languages with reference to your own.. That's a first!

    Regarding the article -- it's awesome how much we think we've discovered earth and how little we really have.
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