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Articles by CARC (Word 97-2003, 2007 and PDF Formats)

Lejja - The Discovery     The discovery of the Egyptian Duat, Temple of the Sun, and lost city of Heliopolis in West Africa
The Grave of Sargon the Great     The ancient buried sumerian city of Akkad found has been found!
Igbo Language Igbo Language - A former global Lingua Franca and the mother of Semitic Languages - An online article
The Inventor of Ogam Kush - The inventor of OGAM - Evidence from Nigeria
Unearthing Lost Cities Unearthing the lost city of Heliopolis - Online Publication
Shocking Revelations- Oldest Post Deluge City Discovering Punt - Ancient City of the Gods of Egypt and Meluhha / Eden in Africa
Igbo Ukwu Igbo Ukwu Shocking Revelations What Archaeologist Thurstan Shaw did not Tell the World
Property rights in Igboland Guest Article by Dr. Marie Linton Umeh of the John Jay College (CUNY), USA
Egypt in Nigeria - Igbo Ukwu /Esie Revisiting Igbo Ukwu Excavations and Esie Soapstones
Igbo Women's World Conference 2009 Report on Igbo Women's World Conference 2009.
Program Brochure Program brochure of 2009 International Book Launch of the historical book "They Lived Before Adam" which took place at Okpara Square, Enugu.
Tilmun and the Duat Excerpt from the book The Gram Code of African Adam � Stone Books and Cave Libraries, Reconstructing 450,000 Years of Africa�s Lost Civilizations
The Origin of the Igbo Tracing the Igbo roots ..

Ogam and Igbo Column Writings

A paper published under the title �Ogam Philosophical Language and the Lost Nation of Tilmun� in UNESCO Nigeria published booklet Reflections on Indigenous Philosophical Thought, 2008, Abuja.

Paper Presented at the Okigbo Conference Article

A paper presented at the Christopher Okigbo International ConferenceA Multidisciplinary Celebration of Okigbo�s poetry), titled  �From Pre-history to Post-history: Revisiting the Poetry of Christopher Okigbo, the Prophet of the New African Renaissance� at  Harvard University and University of Boston, Massachusetts,  September 19th-23rd, 2007.By Professor Catherine Acholonu.

Report on Okigbo Conference

Report on the Christopher Okigbo International Conference (A Multidisciplinary Celebration of Okigbo�s poetry), Harvard University and University of Boston, Massachusetts,  September 19th-23rd, 2007.By Professor Catherine Acholonu.

Keynote Address at the 2007 Black History Month

Article delivered by Professor Catherine Acholonu as the keynote address during the 2007 Black History Month at the College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, USA and at the First Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference on Africa and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 26-28 July, 2007, Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria.

Article presented at UNESCO Round Table by Prince Ajay Prabhakar

�Reflections on the theme of the sacrificial ram/lamb in Hindu, Islam, Christian and indigenous African philosophies�  By Catherine Acholonu and Ajay Prabhakar, co-authors The Gram Code of African Adam. With contributions from Nneka Egbuna. Paper presented at the UNESCO roundtable on World Philosophy Day and International day for tolerance, 21st November, 2006, United Nations House, Abuja.

Reply to Helen Vespirini's  �Nigeria's Answer to Stonehenge�

Reply to the Helen Vesperini's  �Nigeria's Answer to Stonehenge� Article which was published on the Yahoo Website and Newsgroup.


Call for Papers 2008 OEAI

Call for Papers 2008 Olaudah Equiano (Olaude Ekwealuo) Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference on Igbo Studies and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade  Date: 25th-27th July, 2008 Venue: Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria
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