"There has been much confusion about the purpose of these voyages. They were not, as it is often stated, an attempt to prove that Egyptians visited the New World in ancient times, something that Heyerdahl himself found unlikely. Instead, they were meant to test the possibility that vessels made of buoyant reeds were seaworthy. Such boats of various sizes were in use in a number of culture areas around the world in ancient times."
I want to say that ...maybe...this is a posibility found by Heyerdalh in this atempt...most unlikely...but not imposible.
Originally Posted by ClintonHammond
IF there had been 'trade', where's the evidence?
Imagine a few scholars with curiosity...what is beyond the great sea???...a expedition formed...then only few boats succeded to the Americs...now, it is no trade...but the foreign reveal many aspects of their culture...the expeditioners never came back...but the knowledge are passed...
...ohhh this is pure fantasy...but I like to imagine things...