Piri Reis for example, shows Antarctica 500 years before being discovered, showing deglacied coasts before the last glacial period, ie before the Deluge, which can detect terrain, borders and especially “the Land of the Queen Maudd” the Antarctic peninsula detached from the mainland, several precessions before, with 3,500 meters less snow, there would be arbóric lakes with ferns and proto dinosaurs and perhaps, the extinct Mu.
Paul Gallez, introduced me to other authors- as the Americanist Dick Ibarra Grasso, Demetrius Charalambus, Enrique de Gandía and other notables.
This reference to the proto cartography and the Dragon’s Tail is intended as a modest tribute to the master Gallez, but mainly wants to be a mention of the pragmatic realism of things, its location, its just latitude, its measure, without which the historical reference the “true position” during the preceding periods, if they do not contain the validity of the “right place”, lose credibility as historical facts.
The contents of the “measure” as real and true will be both more valid and important as long as they are contained in a familiar context, measurable and explicit, through background, stemming these from the proto cartography, archeo climatology, the archeo astronomy or geography.
All these sciences, when they rely on real and serious studies converge on the true survey of the history of man and his works. The wider our scope is, will allow us to see things in their proper perspective, without the distortion of partial knowledge.