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Listed below are links we believe will be of interest to Epigraphers. If you have additions, suggestions, or comments, please contact the webmaster: donalbb@epigraphy.org

1. The official site of the Kensington Runestone Museum --http://www.runestonemuseum.org/

2. Botorrita I (K.1.1) --An extremely important Iberic inscription http://www.univie.ac.at/indogermanistik/quellentexte.cgi/botorrita1.htm

3. The Equinox Project is especially concerned with certain archaelogical and epigraphic sites in California, but also discusses other epigraphic matters as well as many other interesting subjects. Go to http://www.equinox-project.com/

4. AncientScripts.com --http://www.ancientscripts.com/

5. Épigraphie étrusco-italique --a site with links to other Etruscan sites and to a bibliography on Etruscan inscriptions --http://www.fusl.ac.be/Files/General/BCS/EpiC.html#Epic11

6. Etruscan Glossary -Compilation and translations from French, Italian and Latin by Rick Mc Callister and Silvia Mc Callister- Castillo © 1999 --http://etruscans1.tripod.com/Langauge/EtruscanIntro.html

7. The Indo-European Family of Languages and Old Persian Cuneiform and Inscriptions --http://iranianlanguages.com/oldiranian/oldpersian.htm

8. Hu McCulloch's excellent site showing some famous artifacts suggesting diffusionism and links to other sites of interest --http://ecolan.sbs.ohio-state.edu/jhm/arch/outliers.html

9. The New England Antiquities Research Association is dedicated to a better understanding of our historic and prehistoric past through the study and preservation of New England's stone sites in their cultural context. This leads to their home page --http://www.neara.org/

10. Flavin's Corner. Rick Flavin has a lot to say on many subjects, some of them diffusionist. He strives to maintain an objective, independent viewpoint and is a refreshing change from "true believer" sites. He does not suffer fools lightly and has done much to expose fraudulent or gullible scholarship. --http://www.flavinscorner.com

11. The Easter Island Tablets by Jacques B.M. Guy. He discusses attempts at decipherment by Jaussen, Barthel, Carroll and Fischer. He is particularly hard on Fischer, whom he accuses of a "lack of method." --http://www.netaxs.com/~trance/rongo2.html


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