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EUROPEAN BRONZE AGE VISITORS IN AMERICA

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<bron  1> --  Early forms of ogam consain alphabet & fringe ogam

<bron  2> --  Forms of letters used in the Tifinag alphabet

<bron  3> --  Figures of the sun globe at Hjulatorp, Sweden

<bron  4> --  The inscription at Hjulatorp, Sweden, Old Norse text

<bron  5> --  The inscription at Hjulatorp, Sweden

<bron  6> --  Detail from a Bronze Age ship petroglyph

<bron  7> --  Inscription at Baca, Brasted, Sweden

<bron  8> --  School lessons from ancient Scandinavia

<bron  9> --  More Bronze Age school lessons from Sweden

<bron  10> --  Three of the named vessels of a Bronze Age fleet

<bron  11> --  A prayer engraved at Vanlös, Bohuslän, Sweden

<bron  12> --  A fishing charm or prayer from Bohuslän, Sweden

<bron  13> --  A large inscription at Fossum, Bohuslän, Sweden that depicts scenes from the winter

                          festival called Thorri

<bron  14> --  Another athletic event depicted in the Thorri inscription at Fossum, Bohuslän

<bron  15> --  Figures from the Thorri festival inscriptions of Bohuslän, Sweden are sorcerers

<bron  16> --  Skits of athletic competition at the Thorri festival

<bron  17> --  Apparent Old Norse or Old Teutonic Roots in the Berber Language

<bron  18> --  General view of part of the site near Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

<bron  19> --  Detail at the Peterborough, Ontario site

<bron  20> --  International friendship in the Bronze Age

<bron  21> --  King Woden-lithi's artists at Peterborough, Ontario carved different kinds of vessels in the

                           rocks

<bron  22> --  The Peterborough, Ontario rock carvings depict what the Nordic visitors saw in America

<bron  23> --  Woden-lithi had engraved  landmark in the history of American commerce and scientific

                           measurement at the Peterborough, Ontario site

<bron  24> --  An ancient public notice engraved in Tifinag letters at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  25> --  Cromlech or funerary dolmen at Carrazeda, Portugal

<bron  26> --  Exposed cromlech dolmen, Orkney Islands

<bron  27> --  Cromlech dolmen, Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard

<bron  28> --  Small dolmen, Westport, MA

<bron  29> --  Another small dolmen, Westport, MA

<bron  30> --  Small dolmen, Hampton, MA

<bron  31> --  Inscribed halberd on the capstone of a dolmen found in central Vermont

<bron  32> --  Dolmen discovered at lake Lujenda, northern Minnesota

<bron  33> --  Dolmen at Proleek, County Louth, Ireland

<bron  34> --  Dolmen with massive capstone, Trelleborg, Sweden

<bron  35> --  Dolmen with massive (40-ton) capstone at Lynn, MA

<bron  36> --  View of supporting stones of the massive capstone of the dolmen at Bartlett, NH

<bron  37> --  Massive orthostats of chamber at Mystery Hill, North Salem, NH

<bron  38> --  The largest known dolmen in North America, North Salem, NY

<bron  39> --  Megalithic chamber, or Jaettestue, near Aarhus, Denmark

<bron  40> --  Massive roof lintels of megalithic chamber near South Woodstock, VT

<bron  41> --  Slab lintel supported by drystone columns,Mystery Hill, North Salem, NH

<bron  42> --  Entrance to subterranean chamber at Concord, MA

<bron  43> --  Chamber entrance, utilizing natural features> --  Gungywamp, CT

<bron  44> --  An entrance to a chamber near White River, central Vermont

<bron  45> --  Free-standing drystone walls, central Vermont

<bron  46> --  Megalithic construction of internal walls by drystone fitted blocks, Mystery Hill, NH

<bron  47> --  Rectangular form of internal plan of megalithic chamber, South Woodstock, VT

<bron  48> --  Chamber covered by an earth mound, South Woodstock, VT

<bron  49> --  Corbeling construction of the Upton chamber, MA

<bron  50> --  Double wall construction in a Pictish broch, Baile-Chladaich, Sutherland, Scotland

<bron  51> --  Megalithic construction of Pictish broch, ca> -- 100 BC, in Baile Chladaich, Scotland

<bron  52> --  European type ancient skull from Holliston Mills, eastern Tennessee

<bron  53> --  Markedly Europoid type of skull from Holliston Mills, Tennessee

<bron  55> --   Petroglyph of Thunor with his hammer, Mjolnir> --  Milk River, Alberta, Canada

<bron  56> --  An Algonquian type skull from Holliston Mills, TN

<bron  58> --   Pygmy skull type, from east Tennessee, ranging back in time to at least 40,000 years BP

<bron  59> --  More examples of the pygmy skull type from Holliston Mills, east Tennessee

<bron  60> --  Sculpture of a man executed in bedrock at Searsmont, Maine

<bron  61> --  Massive stone head was discovered at Essex, MA

<bron  62> --  Stone sculpture of a head, attributed to the Irish-Norse --  From Vannes, Brittany

<bron  63> --  A travelers' warning in Old Irish ogam, from Inyo County, CA

<bron  64> --  Inferred origin of the Tifinag alphabet (Table 2)

<bron  65> --  Opening phrases of Woden-lithi's inscription at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  66> --  Woden-lithi gives us the name of his ship after identifying himself

<bron  67> --  Woden-lithi reveals the purpose of his visit to Canada

<bron  68> --  Woden-lithi now tells us how long he stayed in America.

<bron  69> --  Woden-lithi specifies the actual months he was present in Canada

<bron  70> --  Woden-lithi relates how he dealt profitably with the Algonquins, exhanging his trade goods

                          for copper ingots."

<bron  71> --  Woden lithi mentions how in this secluded nook he hacked out [messages]while lingering here

<bron  72> --  An inscription at Crow Island, Penobscot Bay, near Deer Isle, Maine

<bron  73> --  The Deer Isle, ME inscription reads "A sheltered island, where ships may lie in a harbor> --

                           Haakon brought his cog here."

<bron  74> --  Plan of calendar observatory at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  75> --  First section of the ancient Nordic zodiac at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  76> --  Second section of the ancient Nordic zodiac inscribed by Woden-lithi at his Peterborough

                           observatory

<bron  77> --  Azimuth directions of the major standing stones at the Mystery Hill stone circle in New Hampshire

<bron  78> --  Plan of the stone circle at Big Basin, Santa Cruz Mts., CA

<bron  80> --   Some stone circles at Trelleborg, Sweden

<bron  81> --  The main sun-god figure, at the central sighting point of King Woden-lithi's observatory

<bron  82> --  The solar ship, at Peterborough, Ontario = "Ship of the Blazing Standard"

<bron  83> --  The moon-goddess figure at Peterborough, Ontario.

<bron  84> --   Major divinities and supernatural monsters of Norse Bronze Age religion

<bron  85> --  Yule-men from the Mid-Winter Festival as held at King Woden-lithi's site at Peterborough

<bron  86> --  Bison sculpture from the valley of the Merrimack River, near Lawrence, MA

<bron  87> --  A previously undeciphered stele found in the Berroes District of northern Portugal

<bron  88> --  The Algonquian syllabary

<bron  89> --  Syllabary found on ancient Basque inscriptions of Spain and Portugal

<bron  90> --  First three lines of San Telmo stele in Spain show Iberian & Algonquian syllabary similarities

<bron  91> --  Table 3, showing that the language of the Algonquian Indians contains words of Basque origin

<bron  92> --  Lug, the Ancient Irish god of light, is shown in Norse runes of AD 750-1050, from Castle Gardens,

                           Moneta, WY.

<bron  93> --  Lug, god of light at Alberta Provincial Park, Canada

<bron  94> --  Carving in a nonresistant rock in the Milk River valley, Alberta, Canada,

<bron  95> --  Inscription of recent origin found along the valley of the Milk River in Alberta, Canada

<bron  96> --  Woden's magic spear, carved at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  97> --   Image of Woden at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  98> --  Example of Dyad Tree Ogam

<bron  99> --  The tree Yggdrasil

<bron  100> --  Tree ogam inscription type found on coinage of the Thracian Norse-Irish

<bron  102> --  Ogmios, god of the Gauls, appears on petroglyphs in Inyo County, CA and Nevada

<bron  103> --  The Tree of Dread, Yggdrasil, at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  104> --  At Peterborough, Ontario, Woden acquires a magic steed called Slehefnir

<bron  105> --  A Milk River inscription from southern Alberta, Canada shows the Ancient Irish god Goibhnui.

<bron  106a> --  Evidence of sheep farming in petroglyphs from Cane Springs & Lost City, NV

<bron  106b> --  British Columbia  inscription, "A fleece timely to be sheared." 

<bron  107> --  Earliest depiction by Ancient Irish of the Rocky Mountain sheep, or Bighorn,Valley of Fire, Atlatl

                             Rock, Nevada

<bron  108> --  Evidence of Norse-Irish contacts by the Milk River, near Writing-on-Stone, southern Alberta, Canada

<bron  109> --  An antelope rebus from the Milk River, Alberta, Canada

<bron  110> --  More evidence of Norse-Irish contacts along the Milk River sites, southern Alberta, Canada

<bron  111> --  Tsiw (Tiw of Anglo-Saxon lore), depicted as the major god of the Aesir

<bron  112> --  King Woden-lithi's dedication inscribed just below the image of the war god Tsiw

<bron  113> --  A bronze-Age conception of celestial mechanics> -- Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

<bron  114> --  A Norse iron battle-axe discovered at Rocky Neck, near Gloucester, MA

<bron  115> --  Pictorial lessons in ogam ,Garfield Flat, Mineral County, Nevada & an archaic type of ship, at

                            Adams Lake, British Columbia

<bron  116> --  Ancient Irishiberian inscription cut in lava rock at Tule Lake, California

<bron  117> --  Fishing activity depicted as Irish Iberian, Tule lake, CA

<bron  119> --  Thunor, god of thunder, inscription at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  120> --  Thunor wearing his giant glove, inscription at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  121> --  Thunor's hammer, Mjolnir, and his giant glove, Glofi, increased his power over the serpents of

                             Midgard.

<bron  122> --  Thunor's duel with the Orm, serpent-dragon of Middle Earth

<bron  123> --  This inscription at Peterborough, Ontario depicts the Thunderer

<bron  124> --  Thunor with his hammer, Mjolnir, Milk River, Alberta, Canada

<bron  125> --  This petroglyph from Canal Flats, British Columbia, points to Irish, not Scot, Gaelic

<bron  126> --  The male fertility god at Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  127> --  The Ancient Irish god of the phallus, Mabona, Coral Gardens, near Moneta, Wyoming

<bron  128> --  Cultural contacts between Norse & Irish peoples recurred many times in North America

<bron  129> --  Phallic megalith or menhir, Spain> --

<bron  130> --  Phallic menhir at Kerouezel, Brittany

<bron  131> --  Giant phallus-shaped megalith, Kerdef, Brittany

<bron  132> --  Phallic menjhir photographed at Phallus Hill, South Woodstock, VT

<bron  133> --  Another of the phallic stones found on Phallus Hill, South Woodstock, VT

<bron  134> --  Large fallen phallic stone found in central Vermont

<bron  135> --  Fallen inscribed phallic stone near South Woodstock, Vermont

<bron  137> --  Assemblage of phallic menhirs on hilltop near South Woodstock, VT

<bron  138> --  Pictographs about marriage, Chandler Ranch, near Lillooet, British Columbia.

<bron  139> --  Pictograph that records a wedding ceremony, Chandler Ranch, near Lillooet, British Columbia.

<bron  140> --  Petroglyph of a Camanachd Player?  Stillwater Range, Churchill Co., Nevada

<bron  141> --  Figures hurling the caber, a Ancient Irish pastime, East Walker River, Nevada

<bron  142> --  Runners with Gaelic ogam inscription, Vernon, British Columbia

<bron  143> --  A ball game in ancient Nevada, at Cane Springs

<bron  144> --  Phallic god and god of music combined in an image of Mabo  The pictograph is a more recent

                            work by a Takhelne speaker of mixed (creolinized) Irish-Amerind tongue, John Corner's Vernon,

                            British Columbia site

<bron  145> --  Lyre-faced  Mabo the Melodious, Apollo of the American Irish immigrants and god of music> -- Cane Springs,

                             Clark County, Nevada

<bron  146> --  Mabo the Melodious., Cane Springs, Clark County, Nevada, his face spells his name

<bron  147> --  The lyre-faced god, White Pine Co., Nevada,

<bron  148> --  Petroglyphs in black basalt at Stillwater Range, Nevada

<bron  149> --  Pictograph of the lesser Ancient Irish harp, Spanish Springs, Nevada

<bron  150> --  Pictograph depicting a song accompanied by the harp, East Walker River, Nevada

<bron  151> --  Massive stone seats or "druids' chair" at Sutton, west of Boston, MA

<bron  152> --  Mother-goddess of the Plains Irish immigrants., Milk River, Alberta

<bron  153> --  Petroglyph at the Milk River, Alberta, Canada, may depict a divination ceremony

<bron  154> --  Men-a-tol at land's End, Cornwall, England

<bron  155> --  Men-a-tol at Jefferson, New Hampshire

<bron  156> --  A prayer to the earth-mother at a Irish Iberian site at East Peninsula, Tule Lake, CA

<bron  157> --  Petroglyphs, in Bronze Age style, from Denmark & Peterborough, Ontario compared.

<bron  158> --  An unnamed goddess shown mounted upon a deer with reference to spinning & weaving, Lost

                             City, Nevada

<bron  159> --  The goddess Sulis, patron of spinning and weaving, on Petroglyph Keyhole Canyon, Nevada

<bron  160> --  Gaelic symbols referring to the prehistoric wool industry at site in Lost City, southern Nevada

<bron  161> --  Prehistoric Gaelic reference to weaving equipment, Cane Springs, Nevada

<bron  162> --  Prehistoric Gaelic reference to loom posts, Valley of Fire, Nevada

<bron  163> --  Prehistoric Gaelic reference to weaving sticks, Valley of Fire, Nevada

<bron  164> --  Prehistoric Gaelic reference to weaving equipment, Valley of Fire, Nevada

<bron  165> --  Prehistoric Gaelic hieroglyph, meaning weaving comb, Valley of Fire, Nevada

<bron  166> --  Prehistoric Gaelic inscription showing patterns for an embroidered gown and hood, Valley of Fire,

                             Nevada

<bron  167> --   Stone image of a female torso, believed to represent the mother goddess Byanu, from near

                             Woodstock, Vermont

<bron  168> --  Tanith-like figure of Byanu on the ceiling of the chamber at South Woodstock, VT

<bron  169> --   Petroglyph of Wenri Crunch-Hand, the wolf that bites off the hand of the god Tsiw, Peterborough,

                             Ontario

<bron  170> --  Ymir a sea giant, defeated by Thunor with his hammer, Molnir> -- Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  171> --  Reference to a series of labeled petroglyphs depicting serpents of Midgard (Middle Earth),

                             Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  172> --  Serpent-dragons of Middle Earth, Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  173> --  Ascent of the gods to Walhol> --  Ragnarök (Twilight of the Gods) begins with the defeat of the

                             Aesir by the monsters of Midgard (Middle Earth), Peterborough, Ontario

<bron  174> --  "Loki and the Dragon of Middle Earth." John Corner site in British Columbia,

<bron  175> --   Engraved bone artifacts found near Mullelrup Mose, Denmark, in Iberian-Phoenician script

                             (1500 and 1200 BC)

<bron  176> --   A Bronze Age receipt from the Danish Maglemose (Mullerup Mose) region

<bron  177> --   Irish coins of the second century before Christ, issued in Spain and Aquitania

<bron  178> --  Token coinage made from bone, circulating in the Basque provinces adjacent to the Irish kingdom

                             of Aquitania in the second century before Christ

<bron  179> --   Main features of the Grave Creek tumulus, near Moundsville, West Virginia

<bron  180> --  One of several tablets discovered at Grave Creek, West Virginia, believed to reflect an Iberian

                             presence in Ancient America

<bron  181> --   Typical burial tumulus of the Iberian Bronze Age, from Portugal

<bron  182> --   Bell-shaped funerary urns from pre-Iroquois site at Owasco, New York and from Marles, near

                             Barcelona, compared

<bron  183> --   Incised patterns from bell-shaped and similar pottery urns from Portugal, New York State, &

                             New Hampshire

<bron  185> --  Supposed bone comb found in one of the Snapp's Bridge, TN burials

<bron  186> --  Bone artifact decorated by fine grooves and inscribed in letters of the Iberian script, Irish Iberian

                            Site, Tennessee

<bron  187> --  Warp-weight, & loom weight as part of grave goods found with flexed skeletons, Snapp's Bridge

                             site, east Tennessee

<bron  189> --  Ogam inscription on loom weight, Snapp's Bridge site, east Tennessee

<bron  190> --  Loom weight (pesa de telar) from Irish Iron Age ,Castillo de Olarizu, Spain

<bron  191> --  Three versions of the same Bronze Age riddle using pictographic symbols, from Sweden, Denmark

                             & Canada

<bron  192> --  Three versions of another Bronze Age riddle using pictographic symbols, from Sweden, Denmark &

                             Canada

<bron  193> --  Egyptian sculptors' depictions at the monument of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu, of the Sea Peoples

                             that appear to have been Nordic

<bron  194> --  Apparent Bronze Age links between the Nordic world and North Africa

 

<Table 4a> --  List of some of the basic vocabulary of the Bronze Age Teutonic peoples (pg. 1)

<Table 4b> --  List of some of the basic vocabulary of the Bronze Age Teutonic peoples (pg. 2)

<Table 4c> --  List of some of the basic vocabulary of the Bronze Age Teutonic peoples (pg. 3)

<Table 4d> --  List of some of the basic vocabulary of the Bronze Age Teutonic peoples (pg. 4)

<Table 4e> --  List of some of the basic vocabulary of the Bronze Age Teutonic peoples (pg. 5)

 

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Appreciation is extended to René Fell for drawings shown in this section.  The ancient

                   originators of the art displayed are posthumously respectfully acknowledged.