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Aarhus, Denmark

Acid rain

Aesir

Agiŕe, Dr. Imanol

AlbertCasey

Algonquian Indians

Altamira Cavern

Amerindian musicians

Ancient Nordic Language

Angles

Apache art (influence on)

Apollo of the Celts

Backa, Brastad, Sweden

Balar

Baltic amber

Baltic flotillas

Baltic Lands

Baltic Script

Barry Fell (Professor)

Battle of the Nile

Bennett H.Young

Berbers

Bering Strait

Bibliography (Bronze Age)

Black Death (1349 AD)

Bogeyman

Bohuslän, Sweden

Brazil (fossil man sites)

Bronze Age alphabets

Bronze Age colonists

Bronze Age religion

Bronze Age rock carvings

bronze alloys

Brythonic Celts

buffoons

buttons

Byanu

Callico, CA

camanachd

Carelton Coon

Carrazeda, Portugal

Carthaginian settlements

Castleton State College, VT

Celtic ball game

Celtic colonists

Celtic harp

Celts from Ireland

Chalcolithic

Charles Phipps

Christopher Caswell

ChristopherCorson

clowns

Cold Harbour, Nova Scotia

Concord, MA

Constellations (known)

copper ingots

Copper Mines (Lake Superior)

Coral Gardens, WY

Cree

Cueva de los Letteras

Danbury, CT

David Harvey

Dee Simpson (Dr.)

Deterioration of sites

Disk barrows

Dr. Dee Simpson

Dr. Imanol Agiŕe

Easter (origin)

Easter Bunny

Egyptian writing

English Pilgrims

Ernest Craig

Europoid skeleton

Everitt Davis

Fenrir

First Americans

Fossil Man

fougou

Fred Hoyle

Freyar

Funkhouser, W. D.

George Carter

Gerald Hawkins

Glyn Daniel

god of music

Gods go West

Goibhnui

Goodwin Collection

Göteborg, Sweden

Grave Creek, WV

Gungnir

Gungywamp, CT

Harold Gladwin

Hjulatorp, Sweden

Hogmanay

Homo erectus

Hooton, E, A.

Hurons

Iberian traders

Introduction (Bronze Age)

Iroquois

Isle Royale (mines)

Jaettestuer

Jakob Grimm

Jefferson, NH

John Carlson

John Winthrop

Jotunheim

Lake Lujenda

Lake Superior (mines)

Laminak

Land's End, England

Latvians

Leif Eriksson

Leviathan (ship)

Lew

Libya

Linus Brunner

Lithuanians

Loki The Crafty

loom weights

Lost City, NV

Lug

lurs

Lybian alphabet

lyre-faced god

Mabo

Mabona

Maglemose

Martha's Vineyard, MA

McMillan, Jerry

Medicine Wheel

menhirs

Merrimack River, MA

Milk River, Alberta

monetary terms

Mother of the Gods

Moundsville, WV

Mullerup Mose, Denmark

Mystery Hill, North Salem, NH

Namforsen, Sweden

Navajo art (influence on)

Neanderthal Stage

necklace beads

Neolithic rock carvings

Nevada plateau

Nordic Language

Norse colonists

North Sea

Odin

ogam consaine (in text)

Ogmios

Ojibwa Algonquians

Orkney Islands

Oslo Fjord

Otto Devitt

Owens Valley, CA

pagan gods

Paul Sweetman

Peterborough, Ontario

Petroglyphs Park, Ontario

Phoenician traders

Polynesian boats

Polynesian voyages

Pronunciation

Punic traders

Pygmies Eastern CA

pygmy populations

Quittung

Ramesses III

rebus (in text)

Religion (Bronze Age)

Religious festivals

Richard Proctor

Robert Heizer

Rocky Mountain bighorn

Rudolph Engler

Santa Claus

Santa Cruz Mountains

Saxons

Scandinavian King

Sea Peoples

Serpent (ship)

shielings

Shillings

Sjaelland, Denmark

SnappsBridge

South Woodstock, VT

Southern Mongolian man

St. Lawrence River

stone circles

stone phalluses

Stonehenge

Struble, Wayne & Betty

Sturbridge, MA

Takhelne Tribe

Tanith

Taranis

Tennessee Archaeological Society

Teutonic Family of tongues

Thor

Thunor

Tifinag Alphabet

Tiw

Tsiw Mighty-in-Battle

Trelleborg, Sweden

Tuaregs

Tule Lake region

Twilight of the Gods

Tziw

Vanlös, Bohuslän

Vastokas, J. M. & R. K.

vertical loom

View of the Bronze Age

waka

Wal

Wales

Wanir

weavers' tools

weaving (European symbol)

weaving industry

Webb, W. S.

Wenri

Westport, MA

Wheel Village

William P. Grigsby

Woden

Woden-lithi

Woden-lithi's Alphabet

Woden-lithi's mariners

Writing-on-Stone, Alberta

Yule-men (in text)