John Grigsby

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John Grigsby (born 1971) is a British author.[1]


Grigsby received a bachelor's degree in Prehistoric European Archeology and History[citation needed] and a master's degree in Celtic Studies.[citation needed] He made contributions to (Graham Hancock)'s Heaven's Mirror[citation needed] and the television series based upon the book, Quest for the Lost Civilization.[citation needed] He is co-author of The Mars Mystery (with Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval). His book Warriors of the Wasteland (Watkins, 2002) examined the Medieval legends of the Grail in light of Indo-European, especially Celtic, myth. Beowulf and Grendel (Watkins, 2005)[2] interprets Beowulf as "the recounting in poetic form of a religious conflict between two pagan cults in Denmark around AD 500" (p. 5).


  1. ^ "About John". Retrieved 23 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Beowulf: A her for our times". The Independent. 10 November 2007. Retrieved 23 December 2010. 

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