This last part of this book, which is devoted to archaeological discoveries in Mexico and Yucatan, is lacking one thing: a person of the same warehouse as Schliemann, Layard, Petrie. At the same time, except for the first trip Jones L. Stephens, she lacked the combination of exploration and adventure, scientific achievements and treasure, not enough of a romantic sound, which will be born only when the spade, stuck into the ground from a passion for science, suddenly stumbles upon gold. Edward Herbert Thompson was Schliemann Yucatan: he went to Chichen Itza, one believed the book to which no one is treated seriously, and he was right, as well as once Schliemann believed in the 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey'. At the time, Layard went to meet his first discovery in sixty pounds in his pocket, and with only one conductor; same poor man went into the jungle and Thompson. And when he was faced with difficulties, which would have capitulated before anyone else, he showed persistence and perseverance worthy Petrie.
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