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Volume 3/2


Epigraphic Society Occasional Publications

Table of Contents, Vol. 3/2, 1976

Paper No.

62        Unde Origo? — The Crisis in Linguistics Today; Bibliography. (13 pp) Marge E. Landsberg 3/2-p 3
The Amerind portion of her Materials for a Bibliography of Trans-Linguistic Studies.

63        The Roots of Libyan. (6 pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 16
List of roots possibly part of vocabulary of Libyan Mariners.

64        Structure of The Zuni Language. (10 pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 22
Zunis apparently speak a creolinized dialect of Libyan.

65        An Ancient Judean Inscription from Tennessee. (5 pp) Robert E. Stieglitz 3/2-p 32
Decipherment of the Bat Creek Inscription.

66        A Theory Concerning The Indus Seals. (10 pp) Donal B. Buchanan 3/2-p 37
Suggests that the seals were associated with trade and the animal figures were totemic.

67        The Romano-Celtic Phase at Mystery Hill, New Hampshire in New England. (3 pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 47
Decipherment of the Beltane Stone found at North Salem, New Hampshire.

68        The Gowen Bluff Shelter. (2 pp) Gloria Farley 3/2-p 50
Recording petroglyphs at a site near Gowen, Oklahoma.

69        Inscriptions from Mid-America. (10 pp) Gloria Farley 3/2-p 52
Records the Cass (Arkansas), Cimarron (Oklahoma), Warner (Oklahoma), Turkey Mtn. (Oklahoma), & Hillsboro (Missouri) petroglyphs. Gloria Farley was elected Fellow of the Society in 1976.

70        L'Étymologie et les Migrations Polynésienness — Où était situé Havaiki? (3 pp) Linus Brunner 3/2-p 62
A theory concerning the origins of the Polynesians as revealed by etymology.

71        Remains of Indo-Aryan Culture on the Hawaiian Islands. (7 pp) B. Ch. Chhabra 3/2-p 65
Demonstrates contact between Asia, South Asia, and Polynesia. Biographic information on Chhabra is given.

72        Possible Libyan Petromanteia in Quebec. (5 pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 72
The Sherbrooke Inscription as an example of rock- divining.

73        The Most Sacred Season. (3 pp) Techqua Ikachi 3/2-p 77
The time of Ka-mu-ya (December), preparation for new life, the sowing of the seeds of the coming year.

74        The Pima Myth of Persephone. (7 pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 80
Pima chants (recorded by Frank Russell) show Arabic (Semitic) vocabulary.

75        Two Ancient Iberian Hospitality Pledges and Their Texts. (3 pp) Barry Fell & Gertrude Johnson 3/2-p 87
Examples of Iberian tesserae hospitalis in Latin and Iberic (both from Southeastern Spain).

76        The Etymology of Some Ancient American Inscriptions (6pp) Barry Fell 3/2-p 90
Cuenca Elephant Stele, Rio Grande Inscription, Cimarron Cliff, Catfish Painting, Grave Creek & Braxton tablets.

On the Cover  
Knowledge of the African elephant was brought to America 2000 years ago by emigrants from North Africa, This inscription in the Libyan language is one of a series found in Cuenca. The inscription is referred to in article no. 76.


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