37 Ancient Greek Images of Noah Published on the Web

Ancient Art Depicts Mankind's History, not Myth


Annapolis, MD, September 19, 2007. Solving Light Books announced today the publication to its Web site of 37 images of Noah from ancient Greek art. These images of the Greek version of Noah reveal his role in Greek art as the known historical figure in contrast to whom the artists depicted, and boasted of, the rapid growth of their man-centered religious outlook. Ancient Greek artists and poets called Noah "Nereus" (meaning the "Wet One"), and also referred to him as the "Salt Sea Old Man."

The Web presentation has six parts:

The creator of the Web presentation, Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr., is the author of "Athena and Eve," "Athena and Kain," "The Parthenon Code: Mankind's History in Marble," "Noah in Ancient Greek Art," and a 950-slide PowerPoint presentation on the true meaning of ancient Greek art. "An enormous amount of information about mankind's origins hides in plain sight in the art of ancient Greece. These many images of the Greek version of Noah, now made available to the public, are just a small part of it," Mr. Johnson said.

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Book cover of Noah in Ancient Greek Art.

ISBN: 978-0-9705438-4-4
6x9 Paperback, 112 pp.
139 b&w illustrations, $11.95
Read More about NOAH IN ANCIENT GREEK ART HERE

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Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr.

RBowieJ@comcast.net
www.theparthenoncode.com

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