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Volume 3/1


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Table of Contents, Vol. 3/1, 1976

Paper No.

46        A Fifth-century Moroccan Emigration to North America. (10 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 4

47        Implications of the Figuig Decipherment, (10 pp) Norman Totten 3/1-p 14 
Dates insc. to 535 AD referring to a voyage to North America about 480 AD.

48        An Arabic Dialect In Ancient Moroccan Inscriptions. (12 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 24
Inquiry into other so-called Libyo-Berber inscriptions in Morocco. Includes a graphic of Ancient Maghrib characters.

49        The First European Colonists in New England. (5 pp) Norman Totten 3/1-p 36
Speech to jt. mtg. Epig. Soc., NEARA, & ESRS, Univ. Museum, Harvard Univ., 30 Aug. 1975. Includes biographic information on Harold S. Gladwin, Robert Stone, Barry Fell, Gloria Farley, John A. Williams, and James Whittall.

50        Celtic Iberian Inscriptions of New England. (5 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 41
Early Ogam script (vowel-less; called Consaine Ogam) found in Portugal, Canaries, & North America.

51        An Early Calendar Site in Central Vermont. (3 pp) Byron E. Dix 3/1-p 46
Possible astronomical alignments are delineated.

52        PreColumbian Parallels between Mediterranean and New England Archeology. (5 pp) James P. Whittall II 3/1-p 49
Abstract of a preliminary report submitted to ESRS, NEARA and the Epigraphic Society.

53        Inscribed Sarsen Stones in Vermont. (2 pp) Barry Fell & John Williams 3/1-p 54
Large prostrate sarsen stones in Vermont near South Woodstock have Ogham inscriptions.

54        Ancient Arabic Script and Vocabulary of the Algonquian Indians. (3 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 56
(graphic of scripts shown).

55        A Celtiberian (Gadelic) Law-Tablet from Ourique, Portugal. (3 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 59
Fragmented and incomplete, it is in the collection of Santiago de Cacˇm, Portugal; from Ourique. Graphics of Ogam, Iberic, and Ourique characters shown.

56        A Dialect of Ancient Greek from South-eastern Spain. (6 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 62
Several docs. in Iberic of late date seem to reflect a peculiar dialect of Greek.

57        Ancient Iberian Compass Dials from Liria, Spain; and A Related Object from Tennessee. (6 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 68
Reports on two of four identified magnetic compass dials made of ceramic, and lettered with cardinal points and operating instructions in the Iberic language. All four are from the general area of Valencia, but the other two are not from Liria.

58        A Celtiberian Funeral Stele in Navarra, Spain, Inscribed in 0gam. (2 pp) Barry Fell 3/1-p 74
Piedra de Roldan, Erroldan-Arriya, Navarra, translated by Fell.

59        Atnakuna Motifs on Egyptian Figurines. (3 pp) David Oedel 3/1-p 76
Symbols noted on the backs of Ushabtis buried with mummies bear resemblance to N. American symbols.

60        A Possible Plinth Monument in Central Vermont. (6 pp) Byron E. Dix 3/1-p 79
A plinth, used to determine the midday altitude of the sun, has possibly been found in Vermont.

61        A Second Early Calendar Site in Central Vermont. (18 pp) Byron E. Dix 3/1-p 85
Alignments and calendrical aspects of the site are discussed.

On the Cover
This mysterious life-size sculpture was found at Hillsboro. New Hampshire, during excavations in the 1950's. It is one of a series of comparable sculptures found at various times in New England soil, now believed to be the work of the Iberic cultures whose emigration to America can be detected from inscriptions. Drawn by Gertrude Johnson. (By permission of the Early Sites Research Society).


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