The Iron Age of Mars

The Iron Age of Mars : Speculations on a Quantavolution and Catastrophe in the Greater Mediterranean Region...

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In this new and astonishing work, Alfred de Grazia discloses and analyzes the sudden, shattering and wholesale changes that rooted out the wonderful cultures at the end of the Bronze Age, ruined thousands of towns and reduced drastically their populations. There followed the terrible Iron Age, which only after centuries finally settled into the Classical Age and the Roman Empire. De Grazia details over fifty cases, some in considerable detail, of the destruction and recreation of famous places such as Troy, Athens, Thebes, Rome, Volsinium, Mycenae, Crete as well as Cyprus, Syria, Palestine, and ranges from the Caspian Sea to the Atlantic Ocean. He presents a startling portrait of the Planet-God Mars as the leading malefactor of the Age, with all its doppelgangers in various cultures.

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  • Paperback | 620 pages
  • 154.94 x 220.98 x 43.18mm | 997.9g
  • Metron Publications
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1603770771
  • 9781603770774

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About Alfred De Grazia

Alfred de Grazia was born in 1919 in Chicago. After receiving an AB and PhD from the University of Chicago - interrupted by five campaigns of World War II and studies at Columbia University in Law - he taught political sociology and social invention at the University of Minnesota, Brown university, the University of Stanford, New York University and the University of Bergamo, Italy. He has been continuously active active as an educator, and consultant, poet and playwright. His personal archive on the web ( includes hundreds of his works and articles on political science and social psychology, quantavolution, world governance, theatre, poetry, autobiography and warfare and receives some two million visits annually. He lives mainly in rural France and on a Greek island. In the past three years, he produced two films of his plays "Sisyphus" and "The Gene of Hope." In 2009, he published "The American State of Canaan" proposing a 51st state solution to the Israel-Palestine problem.

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