Tadeusz Oszubski is a Polish fantasy writer. He was born and lives in Bydgoszcz. For years, he has been working in the daily press and in magazines on fantastic and esoteric topics. He made his debut in 1991 with the hobby story of an elderly gentleman, published in the weekly "Kujawy and Pomerania". Most of his works are either dark fantasy placed in historical realities or horror literature. His novel Sfora (1992) was nominated for the Award of Janusz A. Zajdel. The collection of short stories Drapieżnik received the award of Bertelsmann Media-Świat Książki i Zysk i S-ka in the 2nd Competition for Polish Contemporary Prose. He collaborates with the Nowosci newspaper, publishing pseudoscientific texts.
Mysterious Artifacts – The Enigmas of Antiquity
Archaeologists, historians, and anthropologists study artifacts, i.e. monuments that are made by human hands. One can say a lot about others, others hide fascinating secrets. There are also finds definitely not matching the image of history established by science. They seem to be far ahead of the era in which they were made, or the purpose of their creation is a mystery. Sometimes, they have something in common with ancient myths and legends. They are an intellectual challenge – they provoke scientists as well as lovers of world secrets to formulate surprising hypotheses.
Tadeusz Oszubski describes unusual archeological and anthropological discoveries of recent years. He presents scientific theories related to them, often contradictory, but he does not take sides with journalistic objectivity. However, he raises questions that may be the key answers to understanding human history.
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