Dick Edgar Ibarra Grasso

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Dick Edgar Ibarra Grasso (Concordia, Entre Ríos, January 17, 1917 - Buenos Aires, July 13, 2000) was an Argentine researcher who explored the possibility of colonization of the Americas by several antique ethnic groups.

He suggested that the coasts of Ecuador and Peru could be found in Ptolemy and Marinus of Tyre maps on the so-called Cattigara Peninsula. He based some of his assumptions on the suggestions made by Enrique de Gandía in the book "Primitivos navegantes vascos". He was considered by Paul Gallez, member of the Argentine School of Protocartography.

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  • Historia de la navegación primitiva, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1949.
  • La representación de América en Mapas romanos de los tiempos de Cristo, Ediciones Ibarra Grasso, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1970.
  • America en la prehistoria mundial. DIFUSION GRECO FENICIA. Editor: TIPOGRAFICA EDITORA ARGENTINA, Bs. As., Argentina, 1982.
  • Breve Historia de las Razas de América. Editorial Claridad, Buenos Aires. 1989.
  • Los hombres Barbados en la América precolombina: razas indígenas americanas, Editorial Kier S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1997.
  • "Novedades Sobre la Verdadera Historia de los Incas" Journal of Inter-American Studies 5(1) 1963: pp. 19–30, page 22, in Spanish
  • Cosmogonía y Mitología Indígena Americana. Editorial Kier, 1997. página 65. ISBN 950-17-0064-X, 9789501700640

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