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    Wiki on Ancient History of Seville Fails to Mention Sun Temple of Hercules Named for Pelasgian Hercle

    Beneath Seville (documented by Maria Elena Whishaw in her interesting book Atlantis in Spain) are ruins of the Sun Temple of Hercules (a few of its forty foot columns still there), the ruins which look like the megalithic sun temples of Malta, built by Hercules circa 1300 b. c. in Spain, yet Wiki says Seville began as Ispala (Hispalis) circa 800 b. c., failing also to mention that Whishaw reports the ancient fortress around Seville had 176 towers, no coincidence that 1,760 royal cubits compose the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid, that number too of yards to the British mile.

     

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