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     [Previews of Sites]     <Recent Discoveries>

   (Principal American sites & Old World similarities)


2.  Photos of Archeological Sites

           (Numerical List of Sites)


3.  Periods of Mesoamerican Civilizations

                (1800 BC to 1521 AD)


4.  Civilizations in America (Chronology)

            (Preclassic, Classic & Post-Classic)


5.  Introduction    Pre-Columbian Ethnic Diversity;

     (Infrequent Visitors from Africa, Asia & Europe)



6.  Photo Album (Ethnic Diversity)

     (Illustrations arranged in numerical order)         


7.  Bronze Age European Visitors in America

    (Petroglyphs evidence 1800 B.C. explorations)


8.  Useful Domesticated & Wild Plants of American Origin

          (All plants of known American Origin)


9.  Mass Extinction of Mammals in America

  (Theories to Explain Widespread Pleistocene Extinctions)


10.  Petroglyphs & Pictographs

  (Ancient Writings in America & Other World Sites)


     11.  Early Humans in America;


    12.  Indiana Ancient Site



 13.  Kansas Ancient Site


  14.  Minnesota Ancient Site

    (Search For Early Humans)    


  15.  Sitios Archeolόgicos de Bolivia y Peru


  16.  Theory On The Formation of Languages

    (Translations of Scripts & Artifacts)  (Basque &

                Ancient Saharan connection)


  17.  Ancient Human Immigrations In America      


  18.  Opequon Creek, Virginia-Ancient Site      


  19.  Norse Exploration


  20.  Ancient Scripts in Minnesota


  21.  Ogam Writing System


  22.  Ancient Siberian Emigrations To America


  23.  Ogam Translation


  24.  Human Migrations     Siberian Immigration


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   Bibliography     -- German Script               




NOTE:    This site is a not-for-profit database whose mission is to facilitate the dissemination, and generationof historical knowledge related to human exploration and migration.  Particular emphasis is placed on published accounts describing prehistoric interactions of peoples of the Old World with those of the Americas.  Constructivecriticisms of theories are included in an effort to extend the arguments in a worldwide forum.  The materialincluded is not part of the formal Archeology curriculum in The University of California.


       Photographs before 1955 were taken with an Argus camera; thereafter either with a Zeiss Icon or Nikon digital camera, unless otherwise noted.  The ancient originators of the art shown herein are posthumously respectfully acknowledged.