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It is difficult to define the search words in commercial engines ... especially when you get 25000 hits. That is why I search for specialised directories like these:

Internet Archaeology

http://intarch.ac.uk/cgi-bin/ice-form.pl

Archnet

http://archnet.uconn.edu/

Tracce Online Rock Art Bulletin

http://www.rupestre.net/tracce/index.html

History of Astronomy Bonn University ...

http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/~pbrosche/search/search.html

Link Forum for Science Journals

http://link.springer.de/ol/total/list.htm

NEWS from Archaeologica

http://www.archaeologica.org/NewsPage.htm

The Catholic Encyclopedia

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/

Contains 11612 articles about the church from the very early days. We need that for our medieval studies. Search in alphanumeric order

Astronomy & Culture

http://members.aol.com/gca7sky/culture.htm

Another mega-catalogue makes it easier for you to search

Anthropology in the News

http://www.tamu.edu/anthropology/news.html

Provided by Texas A & M 1500 links on the issue

The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook3.html#Rome

The Online Medieval & Classical Library

http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/

Another great resource

38000 links Global and Swedish

http://www.catweb.nu/index.htm?sida=http://www.catweb.nu/historia.htm

Linguistic Directory

http://www.angelfire.com/ny4/decipherment/linguisticsdirect.htm

Directory with links to studies in historical linguistic and languages in general

Archaeology Resources

http://www.qozi.com/archaeology/ - archaeology related news, books and web resources.

Catshaman's News and Features

News and features from science and society provided by iSyndicate and other sources

Top links at the moment

http://www.geocities.com/grammarose/

Whatever the male part of society says "Our many Mothers" were the first idols in society. Darlene have gathered bunches of pictures and articles about the first Lady

http://sunnyway.com/runes/

This is the ultimate site for those interested in runes and all in English

http://felix.antiquity.arts.usyd.edu.au/~barry/storef~1.htm

Hard to believe that it may be more than 17000 years to our ancestors looking like us or?

http://www.aboriginalart.com.au/gallery/home2.htm

Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre, Alice Springs for true art lovers

http://www.alkelda.f9.co.uk/index.htm

The rock art in Yorkshire shows the essentials in carvings. They needed only a few sign as reminder of time. Some good folklore too. Did the Norsemen be on tour there once long times ago?

http://www.rampantscotland.com/archaeology.htm

Here is much about archaeology in Scotland. 7000+ links to Schottish related sites.

http://www.arild-hauge.com/

Arild Hauge's runor gives you the most about Norse runes and facts from that time

http://welcome.to/artefact

The best Swedish link page with many international links

http://www.harappa.com/script/parpola1.html

Asko Parpola have made good efforts to solve the Indus Script

http://www.harappa.com/indus/indus0.html

On this site is normally news from the excavating in Harappa India

http://www.dalriada.co.uk/

This is about Celtic culture. Celts are our hidden ancestors in West Europe

http://www.dilos.com/region/crete/kn_01.html

Here you find very beautiful pictures from Knossos Crete

http://www.kzu.ch/fach/as/aktuell/2000/10_thera/sant_00.htm#p04

Pictures from Thera

http://www.ou.edu/finearts/art/ahi4913/aegeanhtml/cyakr1.html

More frescoes Akrotiri Thera

http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/classics/photos/crete.html

Frescoes from Crete

http://www.noord.bart.nl/~jbmeijer/frntpage.htm

Stony well preserved monuments in Netherlands

http://www.internetix.ofw.fi/tutkimus/muinaistaide/sugourka/index.htm

This Finnish site on the border to Russia shows that maybe the Norse did not invent the skies. Sorry Norsemen!

http://intarch.york.ac.uk/

INTERNET ARCHAEOLOGY is an e-journal for actual archaeology in Britain

http://members.optusnet.com.au/~astrology11/

This website features information on the alignment of the shafts of Khufu's pyramid with the ecliptic, celestial equator, and lunar orbital planes; a dating of the Great Pyramid to 4420 BC by a double alignment with Alpha Orion; the original Giza masterplan; the development of the Osirian mythology in association with a changing Egyptian perspective of Orion throughout the ages; an explanation of how the Egyptians came to know the value of Pi; the celestial sphinx and the stellar capstone.

http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/

http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/~pbrosche/hist_astr/ha_items_archaeo.html

On this document are many links (if they work) in archaeoastronomy and the history of astronomy

http://www.celticcorner.com/

Celtic Corner contends several webrings about Celts and much more. Nowadays it is only the Irish and Scottish that remember our root in the Celtic culture ... that is caused by Roman cultural imperialism.

http://touregypt.net/astro/

This is a little page about Egyptian astrology

http://www.luminarium.org/mythology/ireland/

There is much old Celtic mythology and Irish culture on this site

http://www.battle1066.com/index.html

This is not only about the famous battle 1066, but also the background. There is also a fine timeline from 100 AD to 1100 AD

http://www.geocities.com/amenhotep.geo/

This is a good glossary of Egyptian archaeology. However it seems to be only for the chosen. In the UN declaration of Human Rights they say that all knowledge should be open for the people of the world.

http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/mythlinks.html

Germanic Myths, Legends, and Sagas but also stony monuments from the entire Germanic area including Viking Age settlements in Scotland and so on.

http://www.odinscastle.org/

Welcome to Odin's Castle of Dreams & Legends. The pages that follow are dedicated to those of you who have dreamed, as I have dreamed, or longed for the days of long, long ago. A place that we can really only visit in our dreams and desires. A misty, mysterious time full of heroes, romance, chivalry, and legends.

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/asbook3.html#Rome

This is also a very large source. Observe some of the files are forbidden for ordinary deadly people

http://gallery.euroweb.hu/index.html

Web Gallery of Art is a fantastic source of art during 1150 to 1750

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/

The Catholic Encyclopedia contains 11612 articles about the church from the very early days. We need that for our medieval studies. Search in alphanumeric order

http://www.cix.co.uk/~archaeology/

This is your gateway to the world of British archaeology. These are the home pages of Current Archaeology, Britain's leading archaeological magazine.

http://www.earthwatch.org/

If we really want to preserve old Mother Earth I think we owe her an hour or two every week. We have to use our special skills so that we at least delay the destruction of our old mother. It is yours and mine responsibility.

http://www.piney.com/BabIndex.html

On Line Ancient Near Eastern Texts keyed to Britannica Online for Serious links to research on Babylon.

Megaliths, stone circles, etc by Jan Bily You can visit megaliths and megalithic sites in many countries, not only UK, Ireland and France but also megaliths of Portugal, Spain megaliths, monuments in Germany, Sweden, Belgia, Malta, Russian Megaliths and others. Very fine pictures.

 http://homepages.enterprise.net/djr/index2.htm

Current archaeology at Isle of Man

http://www.ling.upenn.edu/

Indo-European language resources On this site there are several old language tools available.

Old Icelandic Dictionary … Joseph Wright's Grammar of the Gothic Language (1910) And also a word list … Latin Word List … Old High German … and more is coming

http://hem.passagen.se/peter9/gram/index.html

This contains the complete course in Old Norse with grammar and word list. Also link to two province laws and something about Viking Age

http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/DanishHistory/book8I.html

Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus The Danish History, Books I-IX complete version

Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation

See Medieval Sourcebook Bede

http://home.flash.net/~bellbook/faolcu/texts.html

This is the ultimate site about Celtic culture

http://www.library.utoronto.ca/utel/rp/poems/beow_doe.html

Beowulf in Old English and today's English. For those who want the original sources

http://www.runenprojekt.uni-kiel.de/default.asp

Runenprojekt Kiel Inschriftem auf einem Objekt. This is a list of all about 450 early rune inscriptions on all kind of substratum

http://www.roman-emperors.org/

Roman Emperors - DIR - Imperatoribus Online Encyclopedia to Roman Emperors.

Source to coins from the Roman Empire

http://dougsmith.ancients.info

Doug Smith's Coin Academy

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/6193/index.html

The ultimate source for reading texts, idols and symbols on Greek and Roman coins. Links to coins from different times also of course

http://www.imh.org/imh/kyhpl1b.html#xtocid2243620

Legacy of Horse. History of the horse from the very beginning

http://www.sacredsites.com/

Photos from sacred places all over the world with explanatory texts. King size link page

http://www.viewzone.com/

This is gateway to alternative and speculative ideas

http://members.tripod.com/~abutera/linklist.html

Students favourite tool. Very good link node for students

www.irishmegaliths.org.uk

This is the ultimate site with many photos of the various Irish stony monuments. There are many more types than Stone Henge

http://xoomer.virgilio.it/francescoraf/

Francesco Raffaele shows us the ivory and wooden labels are one of the most important items found in Ist to IIIrd dynasty royal and private tombs.

http://haldjas.folklore.ee/folklore/vol11/stones.htm

Andres Tvauri have gathered the Estonian rock carvings. It is a good reminder that culture those days did not follow the nation borders of today.

http://www.mysteries-megasite.com/main/bigsearch/petro.html

300 petroglyph links As comments the site description meta-tag

http://www.sumerian.org/sumerian.htm

The Proto-Sumerian Language Invention Process. Proverbs in Sumerian Cuneiform. Symbolic Counting Tokens from the Early Near East. Links to Mesopotamian or Language Web Sites. Maintained by John A. Halloran

http://www.sumerian.org/sumerlex.htm

Sumerian Lexicon, version 3.0 John A. Halloran The following lexicon contains 1,255 Sumerian logogram words and 2,511 Sumerian compound words. Sumerian scribes invented the practice of writing in cuneiform on clay tablets sometime around 3400 B.C. in the Uruk/Warka region of southern Iraq

http://www.asor.org/HITTITE/HittiteHP.html

Hittite Home Page Resource pages for Hittite studies

http://www.beyond-the-pale.co.uk/frenchgenius.htm

Mike Weir in France looking for stony monuments

http://rockart.esmartweb.com/uscanada.html

Listed Rock Art sites in USA and Canada

http://www.janeresture.com/

Jane Resture's Gateway to Polynesia Amazing list with links to everything in Polynesia

http://www.archeolink.com/

Links to all questions about archaeology, anthropology and ancient times

http://europreart.net/preart.htm

EUROPREART A new growing Euro-project with several thousand pictures of ancient European art from 7 countries at this stage

http://members.aol.com/bakken1/angsax/asinv.htm#intro

William Bakken 1994 assessing Anglo-Saxon invasions

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2471/weststow.html

On this page you will find information about the Anglo-Saxon village of Stowa and it's modern reconstruction and images of Angelcynn at the Village.

http://www.stonepages.com/home.html

Stonepages This site has been on my page for some years. Good intentions in the first year of their pages. My control today shows too many dark photos and broken links and too many unfinished intentions. There are some photos from Italy though.

I altered my text because of this reply to STONEPAGES on their link page about my site at FREEPAGES with 656 URLs. I asked them for a link long ago. Now March 2003 they waked up:

"A somewhat chaotic website but with some interesting information for "megalithomaniacs". Worth reading the online essays on Bronze Age and Megalith Ideas, with information on Nortern European areas."

http://stjohns-chs.org/library/curriculum/english/saxons/sa.html

Anglo Saxon links A good guide to online sources about the Anglo Saxons.

http://www.picturetrail.com/gallery/view?p=6&uid=153479&

ca 53 pictures about Saudi rock art and 200 more from the Saudi

http://www.morningstargallery.com/clothing/12.html

Indian clothing and reconstruction from 19th century

http://content.lib.washington.edu/

Fabulous collection of tome poles and a growing number of collections from the University of Washington Libraries and faculty in such diverse areas as the humanities, the natural sciences, and the regional cultures of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.

http://www.roman-britain.org/

Fabulous site with 1508 pages (today). Click-maps of Roman Britain showing all military sites and civilian settlements. Classical references to Roman Britain and all things Romano-British

http://www.fiks.de/rom/index.htm?romint.htm

Romans in Ost-Friesland. The Romans recruited auxiliaries among the tribes in Northwest Europe. Especially the cavalry is interesting since until our day's big horses from Belgium to Holstein has been the ultimate friend of man.

http://www.harkarkom.com/

Biblical archaeology in Sinai. The Riddle of Mount Sinai Archaeological Discoveries at Har Karkom. Lifework of Emmanuel Anati

http://www.constitution.org/ari/polit_00.htm

Politics by Aristotle

"It is meet that Hellenes should rule over barbarians;
as if they thought that the barbarian and the slave were by nature one."

He tought also that women shall know their place

"Each one gives law to his children and to his wives"

http://www.ucalgary.ca/~vandersp/Courses/texts/jordgeti.html

Jordanes by Charles C. Mierows Origin and deeds of the Goths

http://www.roman-emperors.org/alphin.htm

Roman emperors alphabetically

http://www.british-museum.ac.uk/compass/

Compass Collections of British Museum with 5000 object online

http://www.alkelda.f9.co.uk/update1.htm

NEWS from Yorkshire Rock Art

http://www.danetre-vikings.org.uk/Finds.htm

British Museum photos. Below are a collection of images depicting various dark age and early medieval artefacts currently housed in either the British Museum or the Museum of London.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/poe/

The Poetic Edda … translated by Henry Adams Bellows

http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/ieindex.htm

NEW Sarasvati_Sindhu India is confusing manifold … big with many people and cultures. The archaeology is fairly young compared to the rest of the Old World

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/atoz.htm

Ultimate first guide to writing systems

http://www.kalimanthrope.com/

Rock art from Borneo. In French, but have a look at the PDF-files with the ultimate pictures of "Hands"

More form Sulawesi

http://www.kalimanthrope.com/sulawesi_rock-art/index.htm

http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/Preprints/P183.PDF

Proto Elamic Especially about early decimal, sexagisemal and bisexagisemal number system. Maybe the Anglo-Scandinavian languages are inspired to our old bisexagisemal names of number from one to twelve, i.e. 2 x 6 numbers

http://std.dkuug.dk/JTC1/SC2/WG2/docs/n2409.pdf

Standardisation of Ancient Scripts Universal character sets of all ancient languages as far as they have made them on this ongoing project

http://www.unicode.org/notes/tn4/everson-iuc21pap.pdf

Leeks in the Unicode pipeline Samples of many ancient scripts … just to get a feeling

http://www.cwru.edu/UL/preserve/Etana/Etana.html

Digitized reports from early archaeology

http://www.iatp.am/ara/sites/hushardzanner/gallery/index.html

Rock Art cuts from Armenia The rock-carved pictures of the Gueghamian Mountains … I have to remark that the interpreter wants always the whole picture and not cuts of curious details

http://www.duckeck.com/showcaves.html

Index of the World's known caves. All you need to know if you want to visit them

http://megaliths.sherwoodonline.de

The megaliths of Carnac Good site about The Mother of Megalith Culture. Good information about alignments, dolmens, tumuli, cromlechs, menhirs and some about engravings. Map on every object in Bretagne

http://www.megalithia.com/brittany/carnac/

Carnac - megaliths Good pictures from the big alignments

http://www.knowth.com

Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth at Ireland

http://www.mythicalireland.com/ancientsites/knowth/calendarstone.html

Anthony Murphy at Mythical Ireland has done a great job in presenting these important temples that are parallels to the underground temples in Bretagne

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cache/perscoll_PersInfo.html

Perseus Digital Library Online Latin and Greek morphology, etymology, lexicon and much more

http://www.jqjacobs.net/rock_art/index.html

The Southwest region of the United States, the focus of this series of photo galleries, has the greatest concentration of rock art in the Americas.

http://phoenicia.org/trade.html

On Phoenician.org there is much more than about trade

http://www.utexas.edu/courses/classicalarch/images.html

The University of Texas at Austin have opened the world to numerous places and classical remains

http://fermi.phys.ualberta.ca/~amk/as/index.html

Ale's Stenar Andrew M. Kobos excellent monography about the big ship-setting in Skaane with many pictures

http://www.catshaman.com/262mon/0monu23.htm

Ale's Stones moon astrolabe

http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/index.html

Pharaonic Egypt . andré dollinger Reshafim's comprehensive site with many original texts and photos recommended

http://www.sumerian.org/sumlinks.htm

Site Links Related to Mesopotamia or Language

For the fun of reading

http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ebooks/ebooklist.html

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'S E-BOOK LIBRARY for the MS READER and PALM Devices

http://www.jameswbell.com/iraq002maplinks.html

Iraq & Mesopotamian Map Links Good maps from all historical periods

http://www.humanistictexts.org/egyptlov.htm

Collection of love songs from Egypt

the-Insight.com - religion/celtic

Celtic religion

http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/lrc/iedocctr/ie-ling/pie-lex.html

PIE / IE lexicon of Proto-Indo-European lexical roots

http://www.artsales.com/ARTistory/Ancient_Ships/index.html

Ships from Egypt and Greece

http://www.romaeterna.org/galleria/index.html

Gallery of Roman ships

http://www.livius.org/ga-gh/germania/inferior.htm

Germania inferior. Very good site about all aspects in the province at Lower Rhine in Roman Time

http://www.geocities.com/troels_brandt/heruleng.html

Troels Brandt about the Heruli

http://www.cyberpursuits.com/archeo/cntrlasia-arch.asp

Ultimate link list about Central Asia Archaeology

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Lofts/2938/templetoc.html

Directory of Levantine pre-Christian culture

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Lofts/2938/deasyria-intro.html

Dea Syria by Lucian of Samosata middle 2nd AD about Syrian rituals and deities

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Lofts/2938/mythobaal.htm

The Ugarit Myth of Baal complete original version

http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/kveng/

Kalevala the Karelian epos in English

http://www.earlychristianwritings.com

In cludes also writers as Tacitus, Suetonius, Apollonius in early first millennium

http://rockart.ncl.ac.uk/

Web Access to Rock Art: the Beckensall Archive of Northumberland Rock Art’

http://www.tribalarts.com/feature/himalayas/

Art and Shamanism in the Himalayas

http://www.earthbow.com/native/contents.htm

Links to all tribes and their folklore categorised by early science

http://www.comp-archaeology.org/TRB.htm

Just one of the URLs of Max Baldia and here with modern dating of the TRB-sites

http://www.ou.edu/finearts/art/ahi4913/aegeanhtml/cycladic.html

Excellent site about Cycladic culture with very good photos

http://www.artsales.com/ARTistory/Ancient_Ships/16_ship_links.html

Links to sites about ancient ships

http://www.artsales.com/ARTistory/Ancient_Ships/17_sea_peoples.html

Intersting map of possible origin of the Sea People. We can notice that the "Danish" culture exported swords as far as to Egypt. It was the time when Tutanakmun and a Danish priest king used the same kind of folding chair

http://www.artsales.com/ARTistory/Ancient_Ships/Ancient_Weapons_Bronze_Age_Daggers_and_Swords.html

http://tinyurl.com/3ob6p

http://www.louvre.fr/louvrea.htm

Now we can also see some of the ancient art in Louvre online

http://www.jqjacobs.net/rock_art/transparencies.html

Prehistoric Rock Art Photography and illustrations by James Q Jacobs

http://www.showgate.com/medea/ships/grkship1.html

Two dozen images of ships

http://www.ucalgary.ca/UofC/eduweb/engl401/texts/ohthtext.htm

Translation from Old English first part of Voyage of Othere

http://www.andiskaulins.com/

… and links to his Lexiline

http://www.sheelanagig.org/

Sheela is the Christian version of the Old Inanna, moondaughter

http://www.newscientist.com/channel/

Latest news in various sciences

http://www.geocities.com/ifihhome/articles/bbl002.html

A Fresh Look at Ancient Indian History B. B. Lal

USA Foxboro State Forest http://foxborough.k12.ma.us/ancientstones/ASstructuretypes.html

Nova Scotia Canada http://www.mysteria3000.de/archiv/a/novascotia.htm

White Seas and Carelia http://www.perpettum.narod.ru/seitamegalith.htm

Vyacheslav Mizin (Russian Geographical Society, Saint-Petersburg) and Vladislav Trosin (Academy of a state service, Murmansk) Show the typology of certain stone monuments

Korea and Manchuria China with "seidas" and also "dead-houses" seen in Caucasus. http://myhome.shinbiro.com/~kbyon/dolmen/asia.htm

Scandinavia http://www.catshaman.com/261mon/0Cultural.htm

Tomb of Paheri 18th dynasty reign of Tuthmosis

http://www.osirisnet.net/tombes/el_kab/pahery/e_pahery1.htm

This is the ultimate site of Egypt with many photos from the tomb showing daily life of the Egyptians

Sequences dates of F Petrie

http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/pottery/seqdates.html

Relative dating of the pottery in 4th millennium

The wall painting from Hierakonpolis king size

http://xoomer.virgilio.it/francescoraf/hesyra/Hierakonpolis-tomb100.htm

It shows a bit of the savannah culture Middle Egypt around 3600 BC

Mural and portable very old art

http://www.cyberpursuits.com/archeo/art-arch.asp

Spiritual sites

http://www.doormann.org/

The ORB new URL

http://www.the-orb.net/encyclo.html

Encyclopædia Early Medieval

Hamlet's Mill

http://phoenixandturtle.net/excerptmill/santillana.htm#ch2

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Jag rekommenderar några minuter åt det viktiga ärende Marita brinner för. Mina förfäder såg de vilda djuren som sin familj och bad om ursäkt om de måste skörda. Vår tid har brutaliserats och ingen vill värna naturen … catshaman

My true Favourite of ultimate beauty and movement

http://www.pairsonice.net/gordeeva/photos.php

Another

http://www.pasha-grishuk.de/nutcracker.html

Megaliths in West Gautland

http://web.telia.com/~u31109390/runes_and_ruins/stone_circles.htm

History of Jelling

http://www.fortidensjelling.dk/

About early Danish Kings and Vikings

Haplotypes & Haplogroups

http://members.cox.net/johnrcarpenter/1.htm

Nowadays we have to know something about these things too

Doomesday book

http://www.phatnav.com/wiki/index.php?title=Domesday

William the Conqueror wanted to know what he rules in England 1085 AD

Kings thegns

http://www.roffe.freeserve.co.uk/thegns.htm

The King's Thegns of England on the Eve of the Norman Conquest

Triskele

http://pguyou.free.fr/triskele/

Andrée Tougas sent me this URL … swastika and triskele are parted sun year and moon year or simply "running Time". The symbols could of course be interpreted in many ways since the structure is abstract

Swastika

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/archeometrie/swastika.htm

Fernando Coimbra has gathered examples from VI millennium onward

Stone-struck site

http://web.telia.com/~u31118336/stone_struck/index.htm

Many pictures of stone monuments mainly from Sweden but also other memorable boulder collections

Megaliths from Mön

http://www.insula-moenia.dk/ancient.html

The little island southeast of Zeeland has an amazing collection of megaliths. What about a 100 meter long-barrow with 145 stones?

Hallstattzeit

http://www.hallstattzeit.de/Galerie/galerie.html

Endless collection pictures from role-play with replicas from Hallstat time 800 - 400 BC as heydays

Rock- carvings on 33 .pdf

http://www.freemedia.ch/verlagsprogramm/felsbildatlascdroms.html

Many pictures on the .pdf from Europe and Amerika … more to come

Korean and East Asian Stones

http://myhome.shinbiro.com/~kbyon/dolmen/dolmen.htm

Superb site with good photos/ dravings showing that "megaliths" is wider use than in West Europé. 2007-01-26 Enhanced now with more from the World

The Amarna letters

http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/amarnaletters.htm

True stories in letter from 14th century

History of Phoenicia

http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/hst/ancient/HistoryofPhoenicia/toc.html

G.Rawlinssons view on Phoenicia written in 19th century

For the Dancers

http://images.google.se/images?q=Degas&hl=sv&lr=&sa=X&oi=images&ct=title

E N J O Y !

Carelian Stones and nature

http://perpettum.narod.ru/stouns3.htm

Text in Russian, but there are links to very many sides with photos of the amazing landscape … many photos and load slowly but it is word it for lovers … see for some intrepreting at http://www.catshaman.com/0stensprE.htm

Bronze Age Shipwreck Excavation at Uluburun

http://ina.tamu.edu/ub_main.htm

Keyhole to a view of Bronze Age trade

Twelve Tables

http://orbilat.com/Languages/Latin/Texts/01_Preliterary_period/12_Tables.htm

First version of written Roman Law

Archaeology in the Aegean

http://projectsx.dartmouth.edu/classics/history/bronze_age/index.html

… before the Greeks … did it exist at all then? I taught they invented it?

Ikpik Journal:

http://gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/baffin4d/proj/p26_e.php

Ethnogeography in the Piling Lake area of Central Baffin Island

Stone stuctures N East America

http://www.stonestructures.org/

Amacing site shows stones of same class as in Scandinvia and that some are of the same type. ENIGMA???

Talking stones in the northern hemisphere

http://www.catshaman.com/0stensprE.htm

Comments on different Scandinavian stone structures, which also occurs in East Asia and North America.Here integrated with ock carvings.

Ritual calendar of euro-asian nomads

http://haldjas.folklore.ee/folklore/vol31/bekbassar.pdf

Nyssanbay M. Bekbassar

Solreligion

 http://www.univisions.dk/Solreligion.htm

Ivar Nilsen på Bornholm har inspirerats till en mängd artiklar. De utgår väl egentligen utgår från solen, men nu är det så mycket mer dvs. dansk sajt

Sun religion

www.sunreligion.net

Ivar Nilsen at Bornholm Denmark has been inspired by rock-carvings in his neigbourhood to many articles about different features connected to the Sun and more. He has new approch in many questions

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Catshaman's sites

At this moment I have published ca 5 books in English at Internet giving them to science and other people interested in ancient ideas before Viking Age. Most of the ideas are of the pan-human kind telling how the ideas of civilisation were created. For several reasons I have more than one site and that is why I make this list for the readers

"Essays on ancient ideas"

NEW domain with no commercials

English   http://www.catshaman.com/index1.htm

Swedish / Svensk  http:// www.catshaman.com

http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~catshaman/index.htm

This mirror site is in English and Swedish since I have 550 files and must have "backup" site if anything happens ... unlimited space

Essays on ancient ideas, laws, myths, petroglyphs, time-symbols in rock-carvings, monuments and figurative arts. Covers the cultural development in the Old World including entire Europe

Sumerian zodiac and myths, Egyptian calendar and rituals, Indus symbolism, Sailors in spacetime and development of boats. Discovering of Idaho's Indus Script.

Origin of laws as seen in Scandinavia rock art and megaliths and … Theme standing cultural stone, dolmen, longbarrow, passage grave, stony circle, ground grooves, cists, mound, stony circle, stony ship, footstool, altarstone, thing-stone, the Vi, Olympos of Nordal

KIMBERLEY GIRLS and … Theme our many mothers and the myths of Inanna and Isis

The forum "ancient_ideas"


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Svenska länkar/Swedish Links

http://www.torget.se/users/2/2001/historia.htm

Peter Carlssons Historiasida och länkskafferi är den verkliga guldgruvan till svensk historia

http://www.vitlycke.bohusmus.se/

Vitlyckemuseet sajt med upplysningar riktade till besökare

http://user.tninet.se/~wcj996p/hallrist/hallr03.htm

Högsbymuseet sajt med upplysningar till besökare

http://www.wadbring.com/historia/index.htm

Bengans historiesidor Stor sajt om medeltiden med bilder, kommentarer och historik. REKOMMENDERAS

http://www.arnmagnusson.se/

Jan Guillous introduction till Arn "Vår landsfader"

http://www.geocities.com/troels_brandt/heruler.html

Troels Brandt om herulerne … dansk site

http://home.swipnet.se/~w-75762/

Norrköpingsmuseets sajt med upplysningar till besökare

http://www.rockartscandinavia.se/

Tanumsmuseets sajt med upplysningar till besökare

http://www.catshaman.com/18srad2.htm

Ale stenar astrolab för månvarven

http://www.arild-hauge.com/

Arild Hauges runor en gedigen sajt om de norska och mycket mer om runtiden

http://www.bergkonst.org/se/INDEX.HTM

Projekt Hällristningar i gränsbygd är ett samarbetsprojekt för forna Vikens hällristningar. Där finns det mesta om vetenskaplig undersökning av alla aspekter

http://skalman.nu

Historiesajt med rätt livlig och ungdomlig diskussionsklubb

http://www.ancient-astronomy.dk/

Danska Rud Kjems månatliga arkeologiska magasin med tillgång till äldre nummer

http://www.forntidateknik.z.se/

En intressant länk där jag fann en intressant avhandling om forntida mat och mycket annat.

http://www.stavar.i.se/historia.html

Sören Gannholms företag, där man får leta sig fram till hans bok om sliprännor via länken Gotlands historia på hemsidan. Han har lagt ned tid på att forska och dokumenterat en tredjedel av Gotlands runt 3000 sliprännor tillsammans med astronomen Göran Henriksson Uppsala.

http://www.gladsaxegymnasium.dk/2/ordbog.htm

Gladsaxe har en fin ordbok över tidig dansk myntning

http://www.illerup.dk/

Illerup mose har lämnat runt 15000 fynd från 200 - 450AD efter bl.a. en stor batalj med Viken med 1000 stupade runt 220 AD.

http://home6.swipnet.se/~w-61277/rundata/windows.htm

Skandinavisk Rundatabas. Alla Skandinaviens runfynd nu databank i Windows

http://www.svenskhistoria.nu/

Artiklar om aktuell svensk historia

http://w1.501.telia.com/~u50102110/

Västgötlands runstenar En mycket bra lösning för att presentera alla data och bilder av Västgötlands och Bohusläns runstenar

http://www.ts.skane.se/

Omspänner Skånes historia från stenålder till nutid. Varje landskap borde "gräva där de står"

Historiska Museets resurser

http://www.historiska.se/learning/abc_webb.html

Ny URL med Bildarkiv på Historiska. Bilderna kostar men titta går. Det är verkligt fina bilder.

http://www.dokpro.uio.no/arkeologi/oslo/hovedkat.html

Oldsakssamlingen Norge Lättsökt om Norges samlingar av "oldsaker"

http://www.natmus.dk/

Nationalmuseet Köpenhamn Har inte motsvarande heltäckande online sökning och de tycks inte vara iontresserade av att dela med sig.

http://www.lysator.liu.se/runeberg/erikkron/

Erikskrönikan På originalspråk så att sägas. Bör läsas så om man vill ha tidskänslan … och har tid.

http://www.lysator.liu.se/runeberg/katalog.html

Project Runeberg har publicerat mer än 300 verk av upphovsmän som i regel varit döda i mer än 70 år dvs. upphovsrätten har upphört. Det finns även bildfiler av John Bauers och Carl Larssons målningar!!!

http://www.arnmagnusson.se/

Västergötland Museums historieförfalskning på Internet

http://www.geocities.com/knudsgaard_2000/jern.html

Knudsgård framställer järn

http://www.dkconline.dk/

Kulturarvstyrelsen Danmark Fund or fortidsminder i det kulturhistoriska centralregistret. Under uppbyggnad där man sockenvis kan söka alla kända forntidsminnen. Mycket bra kartor och t.o.m. flygfoton över platserna

http://www.bornholmsmuseer.dk/helleristninger/lokaliteter/lokaliteter.html

Bornholmsmuseets bildgalleri av hällristningar

http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfabetisk_lista_%F6ver_runinskrifter

Alfabetisk lista över runinskrifter

My true Favourite of ultimate beauty and movement

http://www.pairsonice.net/gordeeva/photos.php

Another

http://www.pasha-grishuk.de/nutcracker.html

Runes megaliter Västgötland http://web.telia.com/~u31109390/runes_and_ruins/stone_circles.htm

Danska kalkmalerier sök på kyrka/ ort

http://www.kalkmalerier.dk/

ny URL Historiska Museets resurser

http://www.historiska.se/learning/abc_webb.html

Arkeologi i norden

http://arkeologi.blogspot.com/2004_07_30_arkeologi_archive.html

Frans-Arne Stylegar sine sider om nordisk arkeologi. Massor av artiklar och en nordisk länklista i hästväg

Nathold

http://unge.toldskat.dk/Nathold.asp

I kong Valdemars jordebog 1231 kan vi läse "Der skal stilles 100 fade og 400 tallerkner til rådighed", og da man spiser med fingrene, kan der sagtens være flere, der spiser af hver tallerken.

Några tavlor om Kalevala

http://www.niksula.cs.hut.fi/~xyu/kale-gb/gapic.html

Stora kyrkomötet i Skänninge 1248

http://www.all2know.com/sv/wikipedia/s/sk/skaenninge_moete.html

Bl.a. införande av celibat hela texten … " att ingen om prästeståndet vidare får ta sig hustru eller allmänligen bekant ha frilla eller samboende kvinna;…"

Äldre Västgötalagen, Gutalagen, Gutesagan

http://hem.passagen.se/peter9/lag/vgting.html

På originalspråk men en stor del är översatt till nusvenska

Bengans historiesidor megaliter

http://www.wadbring.com/historia/sidor/stenar.htm

Stockholms läns fornminnen 1300 i arkiv

http://www.stockholms.lans.museum/bilder/index.cfm

Välj "fornlämning" på sökmotorn

Holm sockens fornminnen

http://www.catshamans.se/holmD/0holmkom.htm

Mina 100 foton säger nästan samma sak "forntiden försvinner" !!!

Stenmonument i Sverige

http://web.telia.com/~u31118336/stone_struck/sweden.htm

http://web.telia.com/~u31118336/stone_struck/index.htm

Många bilder även från annat håll men text på engelska

Arkeologi i Nord

http://arkeologi.blogspot.com/2004_11_01_arkeologi_archive.html

Norske arkeologen Frans-Arne Stylegars blog/ dagbok med många intressanta längre artiklar

Liggande höna

http://medlem.spray.se/jaaaaa/LiggandeHonor.html

Jouni Tervalampi har en stor länksida med mycken litteratur till stenbumlingar i Mellansverige, men jag har icke hunnit surfa allt än

Stenlöse Bibliotek om oldtidsminder

http://www.stenlose.bibnet.dk/webtop/site.asp?p=232&mode=show&showid=65

Ett exempel värt att följa där eldsjälar i ord och bilder berättar om sin bygds rika forntid. Ligger väst för Köpenhamn mot Fredrikssund

Förlorade Karelen

http://www.luovutettukarjala.fi/virtuaalikarjala/virtuaalikarjala.htm

I gamla foton från före kriget

http://www.infoartefact.se/

Hör till de större svenska arkeologiska sajterna med många internationella länkar. Man är dock inte intresserade av interaktion med amatörer

Catshaman's sajter och Forum

På Internet finns nu min hela produktion som kan delas i 6 - 8 böcker. Jag har lagt upp den på flera sajter för att inte ha alla ägg i en korg. Jag har redan haft erfarenheten att en värd kraschar min sajt. Mina sponsorer vill förstås ha sin reklam i rutan.

http://www.catshaman.com

Detta är min reklamfria domän med svenska och engelska versioner

http://www.catshamans.se

En sajt som rymmer mina svenska essäer; två böcker om Dals/ Dalslands medeltid samt småsajter på tyska, danska och finska samt om finska krigsbarn

Sitemap svenska Catshaman:

Engelska filerna finns på FREEPAGES men ochså svenska versionen. Där kan man söka på böcker eller på sajtens sökmotor eller svenska sökord via:

http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~catshaman/svpanel/0svpanel.htm

På Geocities finns en kopia av min finska version

http://www.geocities.com/catshaman/indexF.htm

Samt om Krigsbarn på

http://www.geocities.com/catshaman/indexFS.htm

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