Nonfiction: The treasure of Alaric, the conqueror of Rome, is near Cosenza
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    drdrdrdaniel

    Nonfiction: The treasure of Alaric, the conqueror of Rome, is near Cosenza

    The Italian press reported that three amateur archaeologists from Cosenza, southern Italy, brought experts to a site they believe is hiding the tomb and treasure of the Visigothic king Alaric, the early Germanic invader who conquered and plundered Rome in 410 A.D. for the first time in 800 years and symbolizes the fall of the Roman Empire, but the experts concluded the site was not worth archaeological attention. The Italian press related that after a while, the amateur archaeologists found out with great surprise that a professional historian, a friend of one of the sceptical experts, bought the lot next to the site in question. According to the Italian press, the amateur archaeologists took the local archaeological authorities to court and in August 2002, a judge ordered excavations. Nothing has been done up to this point in time. The treasure of Alaric has an inestimable archaeological, historical and symbolic value for the entire Judeo-Christian world. Some suspect that the Great Menorah of the Jerusalem Temple and/or other sacred objects of the Jerusalem Temple, captured by the Romans in 70 A.D., might be buried with Alaric. Please have a look at my nonfiction book 'The treasure of Alaric' and its description at www.amazon.com The book is also available at all Amazon international sites and at www.barnesandnoble.com? You can also order it at most of the brick and mortar bookstores, if they do not have it on the shelves.
    Please do not hesitate to send me an e-mail if you have questions.


    Thank you.
    Dr. Daniel Costa


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    Dec 2007
    Tierra del Fuego
    Tesoro.Fisher.Garrett
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    Re: Nonfiction: The treasure of Alaric, the conqueror of Rome, is near Cosenza

    Well this looks interesting...

    A pitch, but that's ok in my book.

    I'll look for it, Doc.

    Good luck to you.

    rmptr
    I am a pathological liar and a functional illiterate.

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    Jul 2014
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Dear Dr Daniel Costa

    Is there new developments on the Alaric treasure story that is believed to be buried under the bosento river near Cosenza in south Itay?

    best

    tintin treasure

 

 

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