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The Zombie Survival Guide - Study Guide Recorded Attacks: 60,000 B.C., Katanda, Central Africa to 1583 A.D., Siberia Summary & Analysis

Max Brooks
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The book chronicles recorded zombie attacks throughout history, and the author cautions that there have been many attacks not recorded or suppressed. In Katanda, Central Africa, thirteen crushed skulls and burned bodies dating from 60,000 B.C. are unearthed in a cave near the Upper Semliki River, along with a cave painting suggesting zombies. In 1892, British archaeologists unearth a corpse, with apparent zombie bite marks and detectable Solanum in its brain, apparently entombed alive in Hieraconpolic, Egypt in 3000 B.C. It tried to scratch its way out over several years.

In 121 A.D., in what would later be Scotland, chieftains send 3,000 men to end what they think is a rebellion of the insane. Six hundred are eaten by zombies, and the rest are infected and become zombies. A...

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