Society Occasional Publications
Table of Contents, Vol. 5/2, 1978
Tree of Life and Labyrinth (32 pp) Clyde
Keeler 5/2-p 5
Interpretation of the underlying Babylonian and
Minoan features of Cuna (Kuna) Indian mythology.
Analysis of the Phaistos Decipherment (47 pp)
Reuel Lochore 5/2-p 37
He suggests alternative readings.
The Bache Gravestone (2 pp) Gloria
Farley 5/2-p 84
An inscribed stone found near Bache, Oklahoma (with a
Some Celtic Phalli (5 pp)
Barry Fell 5/2-p 86
Phalli from Portugal and Vermont carrying Ogam
111 Comparisons of Potsherds from Tunisia and Morocco, IVc A.D. (3 pp)
Gertrude B. Johnson 5/2-p 91
Discusses potsherds from a Roman site in Africa (Borj
Younga, Central Tunisia).
The word Soul in Different Languages
(3 pp) Linus Brunner 5/2-p 94
Comparative etymology of the word for
Iberic in Norway? (4 pp)
Barry Fell 5/2-p 97
Suggests that some inscriptions in Norway may be
The Cuna Soul Boat (17 pp)
Clyde Keeler 5/2-p 101
Describes a Cuna burial practice.
Eastern Norse Runes of the Roman Iron Age
(3 pp) Barry Fell 5/2-p 118
Inscriptions from Slavic areas which may be Runic.
occurrence of identical or nearly identical labyrinth designs in the Old and New
World has long been an unexplained mystery. Recent advances in linguistics and
comparative mythology are now bringing us to the solution of how the designs
were transmitted to America. See article 107 by Dr Clyde Keeler in this issue.