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Beitragvon turanclancath » 07.12.2005 16:03

http://www.maravot.com/Etruscan_Phrases_a.html
Nach meiner meinung ein gutes wohltemperiertes( nicht zu spekulativ ) Artikel zum Start.

Ich werde es gleich printen habe ich wass zulesen :):):)

Gruss aus Holland :):):)

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die links von dieses sehr lange artikel

Beitragvon turanclancath » 07.12.2005 19:02

Links ? You may wish to open a link as you read this work Good gallery of Etruscan tomb photos: http://bstorage.com/photo/Italy/Tarquinia
Great link to Etruscan tombs: http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com/tombs.html
Good educational site on tombs & artificats by Oklahoma University: http://www.ou.edu/class/ahi4163/files/main.html
Museum of Tarquinia; great tomb photos:
http://etruscans1.tripod.com/tarchmuseum.html
Tour European megalithis, dolments, barrows and alignments; great place to start: http://www.stonepages.com
Tour Black Sea dolmens (the coast from Novorossiysk to Sochi). Note the keyhole in the entrance slab and forcourts ? similar to Welsh and Apulian dolmens. http://www.admiral.ru/hp/wacfund/
Another tour of the Black Sea dolmens with lots of photos & map. http://megalith.ru/centers/indexen.shtml
Tour the area, tumuli and menhirs of the Russian steppes:
http://www.hyperborea.ru
Tour Korean dolmens: http://myhome.shinbiro.com/~kbyon/dolmen/dolmen.htm
Th e Roman Empire and subsequent dynasties from 27 B.C. to 1945. Includes maps, names and dates of dynasties, etc. http://www.friesian.com/romania.htm#prince
Article with great photos on Scythian leather goods
The Alekseev Manuscript, edited by Geraldine Reinhart-Waller:
anthropology of kurgan cultures in Russia and Siberia. Late Bronze Age mounds contain burials in hollowed logs similar to those of Celts in Britain and the Tocharians in Siberia. http://www.drummingnet.com/alekseev/
Map of the Megaliths in the British Isles: http://www.megalith.ukf.net/bigmap.htm;
Archeology of Hissarlik (Troy): http://www.varchive.org/nldag/archiss.htm; Maps of Europe & the World in the 14th century (before Columbus) in the Bibliotèque National, Paris: http://www.bnf.fr/enluminures/texte/man ... aman6.htm;
Interesting site on the Gobustan petroglyphs, caves and ~40 tumuli, near the Iron Gates on the Caspian Sea, showing influence from Europe and India: http://www.hominids.com/donsmaps/gobustan.html
Vocabulary on Sanskrit, the ancient language of India http://www.alkhemy.com/sanskrit/dict/
Ancient Venetic Scripts, written in a protoSlavic language? http://www.thezaurus.com/sloveniana/venetic_script1.htm
Ancient maps of the Roman Empire Here you can see a town in Liguria which is Pompeia, the location of Spina, etc.
Interesting map of the Eastern Roman Empire, showing Albania north of Armenia (northern slope of the Caucaus Mountains): http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historic ... Historical maps of Troy: where the Etruscan Odyssey began: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historic ... University of Texas Perry-Castañeda library of maps: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/index.html
A site on the Osco-Umbrian scripts by David Monaco which are similar to the Etruscan scripts: http://space.tin.it/io/davmonac/sanniti/smlin.htm
Webcam atop the cupola of the S. Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence, Italyhttp://www.vps.it/cupolalive/
Great site on the Proto-Indo-European (PIE languageshttp://www.bartleby.com/61/8.htm
http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/data/volcano.htm
Indo-European languages and more-counting to ten by Zompist: http://www.zompist.com/euro.htm#i
Indo-European languages, by Wikipedi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_language
http://www.yourdictionary.com/languages/indoeuro.html

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Beitragvon Turms Kreutzfeldt » 08.12.2005 07:51

oh, Don Turan, kleine übersichtliche Häppchen wären besser .. :wink:
Ich bin der Schleuderer, der stets aufschreit und das mit Recht, denn alles was nicht schleudert, ist wert das es auch untergeht, so ist denn alles, was ihr Schleudern nennt, mein eigentliches Element...
nach Hildegunst von Mythenmetz, Erinnerungen
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Neue entwicklungen in derf Etruskologie

Beitragvon turanclancath » 26.01.2006 14:33

Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2004.03.32

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Orazio Paoletti, Luisa Tamagno Perna, Etruria e Sardegna centro-settentrionale tra l'età del Bronzo Finale e l'arcaismo. Atti del XXI Convegno di Studi Etruschi ed Italici. Sassari-Alghero-Oristano-Torralba, 13-17 ottobre 1998. Pisa and Rome: Istituti Editoriali Poligrafici Internazionali, 2002. Pp. 574; pls. 43. ISBN 88-8147-191-4. ¤300.00 (pb).


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Reviewed by Jean MacIntosh Turfa, University of Pennsylvania Museum (jturfa@sas.upenn.edu)
Word count: 3633 words


Das ganze artikel jetzt in dieser link.. hierunten.
Sardinien wird immer belangreicher fuer die Etruskologie.
Fuer zukunnftige wissenschaftliche entwicklungen kann man nicht mehr herum.

Viele schon fruehe contacte Sardiniens mit Westen ( Balearen und weiter ) Etrurien und vordiezeit Villanova und Proto Villanova.
Auch contacte mit die Mykenische Welt.
Sehr die muhe wert zu lesen und zu reflectieren und ich habe mehr!!!



http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2004/2004-03-32.html


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