DECEMBER 2005

Which Cubit for Noah's Ark?

The longer cubits appear to fit better with history, and the Bible.

The case for a longer cubit for Noah's Ark: The many clues for the longer cubit still looking strong. This article now available as PDF.

The closest thing to Noah was the Tower of Babel, with the pyramids of Egypt not far behind. Egypt used the long cubit. Ezekiel saw an angel with the "cubit plus handbreath". These are just two of the many clues for the longer "Royal" cubits defining Noah's Ark.  More...


Mt Ararat and the search for Noah's Ark

Has the Ark been found? Did Noah really land on Mt Ararat?

The case for a longer cubit for Noah's Ark: The many clues for the longer cubit still looking strong. This article now available as PDF.

The closest thing to Noah was the Tower of Babel, with the pyramids of Egypt not far behind. They used the long cubit, and Ezekiel saw an angel with the "cubit plus handbreath", just two of the many clues for the longer "Royal" cubits defining Noah's Ark.   More...


Clues from Ancient Ships

Mysterious appendages? Or did they have a purpose?

Prominent stems are a familiar picture when it comes to ancient ships.

But what about the mysterious appendage at the stern? Some say it was a battering ram but experts like Casson are certain it is not. The extended stern and raised bow may have been a "seakeeping tradition". But with an appearance in the earliest ships, the tradition can only be Noah's Ark.   More...


Construction Sequence

A suggested build sequence for Noah's Ark.

A wooden ship of around 150m long? A serious construction effort by any account.

Noah's Ark may have been the largest wooden ship of all time, with the possible exception of the Chinese treasure ships of the 1400's.   More...

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