The Epigraphic Society
Society Occasional Publications
of Contents, Vol. 3/1, 1976
Moroccan Emigration to North America. (10 pp) Barry
Implications of the Figuig Decipherment, (10 pp) Norman
An Arabic Dialect In Ancient Moroccan Inscriptions. (12 pp) Barry Fell
The First European Colonists in New England. (5 pp) Norman Totten
Celtic Iberian Inscriptions of New England. (5 pp)
An Early Calendar Site in Central Vermont. (3 pp) Byron E. Dix
PreColumbian Parallels between Mediterranean and New England Archeology.
(5 pp) James P. Whittall II
Inscribed Sarsen Stones in Vermont. (2 pp)
Barry Fell &
Ancient Arabic Script and Vocabulary of the Algonquian Indians. (3 pp) Barry
A Celtiberian (Gadelic) Law-Tablet
from Ourique, Portugal. (3 pp) Barry Fell
A Dialect of Ancient Greek from South-eastern
Spain. (6 pp) Barry Fell
Ancient Iberian Compass Dials from Liria, Spain; and A
from Tennessee. (6 pp) Barry Fell
A Celtiberian Funeral Stele in Navarra, Spain, Inscribed
in 0gam. (2 pp) Barry Fell
on Egyptian Figurines.
(3 pp) David Oedel
A Possible Plinth Monument in Central Vermont. (6 pp) Byron E. Dix
A Second Early Calendar Site in Central Vermont. (18 pp) Byron E. Dix 3/1-p
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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