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  • Mesoweb
    An exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures.
     by James Q. Jacobs
    Photographs of Teotihuacan, Rano Raraku and Drombeg Copyright Clive Ruggles, University of Leicester.
  • Quetzalcoatl: The Man, The Myth, The Legend
    Quetzalcoatl - Feathered Serpent of Ancient Mexico.
  • Pre-Columbian Culture Links 
    This is external set of links on: Anthropology and Archaeology General, Aztec, Central America, El Pital, Epigraphy, Linguistics, Images, Inca, Maya, Mesoamerica General, North America, Research Opportunities, South America, Southwest U.S., Teotihuacan, Tours and Travel, Xochicalco.
    Olmec museum in La Venta, Tabasco, Mexico.
  • A Possible Pre-Columbian Constellation - Speculation concerning a connection of Costa Rica's large stone spheres with the constellation Pegasus.
  • Ancient Man-Species - Details on fantastic or mythological humans. Centaurs, Amazons, Gorgons, Atlanteans and others
  • Coso Geode - What appeared to be a typical geode, covered by fossils that dated it to a half million years ago, when cut in half was revealed to have a ceramic insulator surrounding a titanium electrode.
  • Crystalinks: Ancient and Lost Civilizations - Provides information on and discussion of dozens of ancient civilizations from throughout the world.
  • Edwque's Stone Spheres of Costa Rica - Claims that the symbols on these balls represents Pegasus.
  • Hollow Planets - Various theories of a hollow earth, containing civilizations beneath the surface.
  • In Plain Sight - American epigraphy proves many arrived from the old world before Columbus.
  • Lost civilizations - Collected and some original essays on Atlantis, life on Mars, ancient civilizations of Earth.
  • MMMGroup - Dedicated to forbidden archaeology, paleoastronautic, mysteries of Egypt, new discoveries,ancient civilizations, enigmas, monoliths.
  • Mysterious Places and the Unexplained - Presents what is known, theories, and speculation about Stonehenge, Easter Island, the face on Mars, Cydonia, and Tunguska.
  • Past Life On Mars - Ralph Brodacz discovers and claims that he found an ancient terristrial female and her spawn from the planet mars from one of NASA'S Surveyor images.
  • Perished Nations - Reviews past societies which in the Islamic tradition were destroyed because of their rebellion against Allah starting with Nuh's Flood. Includes maps, satellite images, and histories.
  • Quest for the Lost Civilization - Resources and links for the investigation of the lost, antediluvian civilization whose heirs we all are. Bibliographies, web links, and contact information provided.
  • Sci-Tech: Dinosaur Lost World Discovered - A team of researchers has found a vast dinosaur nesting ground strewn with thousands of fossilised eggs in the Patagonia desert (BBC News)
  • Secrets of Easter Island - Lost Civilization - Nova Online: Ever since 1722, when Captain Jacob Roggeveen, a Dutchman and the first European known to have reached Easter Island arrived, scholars have debated the origins of the isolated population he found there. Discusses theories of their origins.
  • The Ancient Ica Stones of Dr. Cabrera - Attributes stones from Peru to an unknown ancient civilization, and interpreted as showing advanced technologies; includes photographs and links.
  • Unknown Earth - Blog of alternitive nrws stories centering on the origins and nature of the planet.


Ancient East is a media spigot to South Asia's past. The objective is archaeological: literally in the case of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, metaphorically in the excavations of early modern media from the Raj period.

The Ancient East Asia 

Welcome to the world of Chinese, Japanese and Korean archaeology! This website is clear and simple to navigate. 
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February 19, 2003