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   About our laboratory Preview Go
Fun site about students of prehistoric laboratory from Zinman Institute of Archaeology, that located at Haifa University, Israel. Few words and pictures about our lifes and our excavations
   Brian Johnston Preview Go
Archaeological discoveries have been made in Ontario and Bolivia that point to an ancient civilization in the Americas
   Mysteries in Stone Preview Go
This award winning site explores the mystery and splendour of life in Ancient Egypt. It is aimed at beginners and experts alike. Offers free email - The Scribe - which is accessible from anywhere in the world


   Dragons of Histh Preview Go
The real life stories of the smugglers,black marketeers,ressistance fighters,soldiers,shoe-makers, scoundrels,clerics,land owners and other colourful people who are the basis for the dragons in the Dragons of Histh universe
   The Orion Zone Preview Go
Star Correlation Theory in American Southwest. A pattern of "ancient star cities" (Anasazi/Sinagua ruins and Hopi villages) in Arizona mirrors EVERY major star in the constellation Orion. The web site showcases a book in progress called "The Orion Zone: Ancient Star Cities of the American Southwest" by Gary A. David. As above, so below.






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