♣ Adams, A., Ninja - The Invisible Assassins, Ohara Publications, Los Angeles, 1973
  ♣ Adams, R., Complete Anachronist No. 37 Archery: The Longbow, The Society For Creative Anachronism, Inc., 1988
  ♣ Bash, F., Astronomy, Harper & Row, New York, 1977
  ♣ Brown, Tom, Tom Brown's Field Guide To Wilderness Survival, Berkley Books, 1983
  ♣ Bulfinch, T., Bulfinch's Mythology, The Modern Library, New York
  ♣ Byam, M., Eyewitness Books - Arms & Armor, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1988
  ♣ Capra, Fritjof, The Tao Of Physics, Shambhala, Boston, 1991
  ♣ Chadwick, Nora, The Celts, Penguin Books, 1971
  ♣ Counts, D., Complete Anachronist No. 29 Weapons & Armour II (1100 - 1350 AD), The Society For Creative Anachronism, Inc., 1987
  ♣ The Do It Yourself Genius Kit, Puffin Books, England, 1988
  ♣ Eluere, Christiane, The Celts Conquerors of Ancient Europe; Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, Discoveries Series
  ♣ Emerson, K., The Writer's Guide To Everyday Life In Renaissance England From 1485 -1649, Writer's Digest Books, 1996
  ♣ Gillett, S., World-Building, Writer's Digest Books, Ohio, 1996
  ♣ Gravett, C., Eyewitness Books Castle, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1994
  ♣ The Gutenberg Press, Medieval Punishment, 1994
  ♣ Hamilton, E., Mythology - Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes, Mentor, New York, 1940
  ♣ Harpur, J. and Westwood, J., The Atlas Of Legendary Places, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, New York, 1989
  ♣ Harris, G., Gods & Pharaohs from Egyptian Mythology, Schocken Books, New York, 1982
  ♣ Hynek, Dr. A., The UFO Experience - A Scientific Inquiry, Henry Regnery Co., Chicago, 1972
  ♣ Kenyon, Sherrilyn, The Writer's Guide To Everyday Life in the Middle Ages, Writer's Digest Books, Krupp, E., Echoes of the Ancient Skies - The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations, Oxford University Press, New York, 1983
  ♣ Leach, M. and Fried, J., Standard Dictionary Of Folklore, Mythology and Legend, Funk & Wagnall, New York, 1972
  ♣ London Dungeon, The, Hastings Printing Company, East Sussex
  ♣ Lust, J, The Herb Book, Bantam, New York, 1974
  ♣ Macaulay, D., Castle, Houghton Mifflin Company, Massachusetts, 1977
  ♣ McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia Of Science & Technology, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1992
  ♣ McIntosh, J., Eyewitness Books - Archeology, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1994
  ♣ Newall, V., The Encyclopedia Of Witchcraft & Magic, Dial Press, New York, 1974
  ♣ Parker, S., Eyewitness Science - Electricity, Dorling Kindersley, Inc., New York, 1992
  ♣ Paulsen, K., The Complete Book of Magic and Witchcraft, Signet, New York, 1970
  ♣ Pearson, A., Eyewitness Books - Ancient Greece, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1992
  ♣ Reader's Digest, Unsolved Mysteries Of The Past, Dorling Kindersley, 1991
  ♣ Sagan, C., Cosmos, Random House, New York, 1980
  ♣ Schele, L. and Freidel, D., A Forest Of Kings - The Untold Story of The Ancient Maya, William Marrow, New York, 1990
  ♣ Stott, C., Eyewitness Books - Space Exploration, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1997
  ♣ Stuart, G. and G., The Mysterious Maya, The National Geographic Society, D.C., 1977
  ♣ Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam Co., Massachusetts, 1970
  ♣ Wolff, A., Exploration Of The Universe, Saunders College Publishing, Florida, 1991
 Compact Disks
  ♣ Encarta Encyclopedia 1996
  ♣ Grolier Encyclopedia - release 6
   Internet Sites
  ♣ Archaeology Magazine
   ArchNet - WWW Virtual Library
   Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology Home Page http://rome.classics.lsa.umich.due/welcome.html
  ♣ The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester
   Egyptian Egyptology Resources
  ♣ Mark Millmore's Ancient Egyptian Page
   Inca, Maya and Aztec (this is the sites name)
  Maya Culture
  ♣ Archaeology Magazine
  ♣ The Astronomy Magazine
  ♣ Astronomy Now On-Line
  ♣ Sky Online - Sky Publishing Corporation
  ♣ Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
  ♣ The Faerie Encyclopedia
  ♣ The History Channel
  ♣ Index of Mythology on the Web
  ♣ Myth and Legend from Ancient Times to the Space Age
  ♣ Perseus Project Home Page
  ♣ The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
  ♣ Women in Classical Mythology
  ♣ NASA / JPL NASA Organization
  ♣ NASA Spacelink - An Aeronautics & Space Resource for Educators
  ♣ Recent News form JPL
  ♣ Science Fiction SciFi Channel: The Dominion
  ♣ SFF Net's Fandom Domain: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Fandom
  ♣ An Astronomy Course For High School Students
  ♣ The Astronomy Thesaurus
  ♣ Dr. Odenwald's Ask The Astronomer Page
  ♣ Lowell Observatory Home Page
  ♣ Nerd World: Astronomy
  ♣ Reaching For The Planets
  ♣ Welcome to the Planets
  ♣ Welcome to the SETI Institute
  ♣ U.F.O.'s
  ♣ The Art Bell Web Page
  ♣ Independence Day
  ♣ Skywatch International
   Various Information Summaries, brochures, releases and reports from NASA
  ♣ Educational Horizons (from NASA)
  ♣ The Net - The Net's Glossary and The Net's Lexicon
  ♣ Time, Special Issue: Welcome To Cyberspace, Spring 1995
  ♣ Andrews, A. and Landis, G., Science: Ice on the Moon may allow us to venture into the rest of our solar system, Science Fiction Age, Volume 5, Number 4
  ♣ Chaikin, A., At Last, Company Hints of Life on Mars, Popular Science
  ♣ Daly, T., The Medieval Vampire, Tournaments Illuminated, Autumn 1996
  ♣ de Leon, D., The Two-Hafted Sword, Tournaments Illuminated, Vol. XI, \#44
  ♣ Diedre of Spean Bridge, And A Ship Came Bearing Death, Renaissance Magazine, Vol. 1 \#4, Issue \#4
  ♣ Douglas Pasternak, D., Wonder Weapons, U.S. News & World Report, July 7, 1997
  ♣ Eccentric, Lord Xaviar the, The Origin of the Holy Grail, Tournaments Illuminated, Summer 1996
  ♣ Hayden, Thomas, Debut of a Mighty Magnetar, Newsweek, October 12, 1998
  ♣ Lady Kimberly and Iain Kerr, England's Coronation "Stone of Destiny" Returned to Scotland, Renaissance Magazine, Vol. 1 \#4, Issue \#4
  ♣ Kondo, Y. and Sheffield, C., Science: Discovering planets outside our solar system changes the way we look at the universe, Science Fiction Age, Volume 5, Number 3
  ♣ Landis, G. and McCarthy, W., Science: Someday, the very, very small might transform the world as we know it, Science Fiction Age, Volume 5, Number 6
  ♣ Luu, J. and Jewitt, D., The Kuiper Belt, Scientific America, May 1996
  ♣ Mayor, A., Fiery Finery, Archaeology, March/April 1997
  ♣ Meltzer, David, North America's Vast Legacy; Archaeology, January / February 1999
  ♣ Monastersky, R., Deep Dwellers, Science News, March 29, 1997
  ♣ Noonan, P., The Pyramids Of Illinois, Omni
  ♣ Oberg, J. and A., Pioneering Space: Living on the Next Frontier, McGraw-Hill, 1986, excerpted in Omni
  ♣ Scheltema, Janet, If You Were a Child in the Middle Ages; Tournaments Illuminated, Spring 1999
  ♣ Sczesny, Julie Ann, The Truth About Real-Life Warrior Queens Part I, Xena Warrior Princess, Topps Publishing, Issue 3
   Television Stations
  ♣ A&E Channel
  ♣ Discovery Channel
  ♣ History Channel
  ♣ Knowledge TV
  ♣ Learning Channel
  ♣ PBS
  ♣ Sci Fi Channel
  ♣ Travel Channel

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