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1.Abbot, Charles. Primitive industry. Salem, 1881.

2.Allen, E. A. The prehistoric world or vanished races. Cincinnati, 1885.

3.American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, VI (1884), p. 62.

4.American Journal of Archaeology, XI (1896), p. 11.

5.Balfour, Edward. Cyclopaedia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia. Madras, 1873.

6.Baring-Gould, S. Curious myths of the middle ages. NY, s. a.

7.Blake, Willsom W. The Cross, ancient and modern. NY, 1888.

8.Brash, Richard Rolt. The Ogam inscribed monuments of the Gaedhil of the British Islands. London, 1879.

9.Brinton, Daniel G. The Ki, the Swastika, and the Cross in America/Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. XXVI (1889), p. 177187.

10. . American Hero myths. Philadelphia, 1882.

11. . The Myths of the New World. NY, 1868.

12.Browne, G. F. Basket-work figures of men on sculptured stones/Archaeologia, L (1887), p. 291.

13.Burgess, James. Archaeological Survey of Western India. Vol. IV. London, 1883, p. 140.

14. , The Indian Antiquary. Bombay, 1873. Vol. 2, p. 135,

15.Burnouf, Emile. Le lotus de la bonne loi. Paris, 1852.

16. . The Science of Religions. London, 1888, p. 165, 253-7.

17.Burton, Richard F. The Book of the sword. London, 1884, p. 202.

18.Carnac, H. Rivett. Memorandum on clay discs called spindle-whorls and votive seals found at Sankisa, Behar, and other Buddhist ruins in the Northwestern provinces of India/Journal of Asiatic Society of Bengal, XLIX (1880), 127137.

19.Cartailhac, 'Emile. R'esultats dune mission scientifique du minist`ere de linstruction publique. Les ^ages pr'ehistoriques de lEspagne et du Portugal. Paris, 1886, p. 2856, 293.

20.Cesnola, Louis Palma. Cyprus. NY, 1877.

21.Chaillu, Paul B. The Viking Age. NY, 1889.

22.Chantre, Ernest. 'Etudes pal'eoethnologiques dans le bassin du Rh^one. Paris, 1875.

23. . Notes anthropologiques: de lorigine orientale de la m'etallurgie. Lyon, 1879.

24. . Notes anthropologiques: relations entre les sistres bouddhiques et certains objets lacustres de l^age du bronze. Lyon, 1879.

25. . L^Age de la pierre et l^age du bronze en Troade et en Gr`ece. Lyon, 1874.

26. , L^Age de la pierre dt l^age du bronze dans lAsie Occidentale / Bull. Soc. Anth. Lyon, I (1882).

27. . Prehistoric cemeteries in Caucasus / Mat'eriaux, 16- `eme ann'ee, XII (1881), p. 166.

28.Chavero, D. Alfredo. M'exico a trav'es de los siglos. M'exico, s. a.

29.Clavigero, C. F. Storia antica del Messico. Cessena, 1780, vol. II, p. 192.

30.Conder, C. R. Notes on Herr Schicks paper on the Jerusalem Cross/Palestine exploration fund quarterly. London, July 1894, p.2056.

31.Crooke, W. An introduction to the popular religion and folklore of Northern India. Allahabad, 1894.

32.DAlviella, Goblet. La migration des symboles. Paris, 1891.

33.Dennis, G. The cities and cemeteries of Etruria. London, 1883.

34.DEichtal, G. 'Etudes sur les origines bouddhiques de la civilisation am'ericaine. Paris, 1862, p. 36

35.Dictonnaire des sciences anthropologiques. Paris, s. a., p. 1032.

36.Dorsey J.Owen. Swastika, Ogee (tetraskelion), symbol for wind- song on sacred chart of Kansas Indians/Am. Naturalist, XIX (1885), p. 676.

37.Dulaure, J. A. Histoire abr'eg'ee de diff'erens cultes. Paris, 1825.

38.Dumouthier, Gustave. Swastika et la roue solaire en Chine / Revue dethnographie IV (1885), 3279.

39.Emerson, Ellen Russell. Indian myths or legends. London, s. a.

40.Englehardt, C. Influence classique sur le nord pendant lantiquit'e. Copenhague, 1876.

4L Reports of the Bureau of Ethnology:

Second Ann. Rep., 18801881, p.179305, 307422.

Third Ann. Rep., 18811882, p. 427510.

Fourth Ann. Rep., 18821883, p. 361436.

Fifth Ann. Rep., 18831884, p.3119, 379467.

Sixth Ann. Rep., 18841885, p. 3187.

Tenth Ann. Rep., 18881889, p. 3807.

Twelfth Ann. Rep., 18901891, p. 1344.

42.Evans, John. The Ancient bronze implements, weapons and ornaments of Great Britain and Ireland. London, 1881.

43. , The Ancient stone implements, weapons and ornaments of Great Britain. London, 1872.

44.Fairholt, F. W. A dictionary of terms in art. London, s. a.

45.Fergusson, James. Rude stone monuments in all countries. London, 1872.

46.Forrer. R. Die Gr"aber- und Textilfunde von Achmim-Panopolis. Strassburg, 1891.

47.Gardner, Ernest A. Naukratis, part II. London, s. a.

48.Greg, P. R. Fret or key ornamentation in Mexico and Peru/ Archaeologia, XLVII (1882), p. 157160.

49. . Meaning and origin of fylfot and swastika / Archaeologia, XLVIII (1885).

50.Goodyear, William H. The Grammar of the lotus. Yale, 1867.

51.Gould, S. C. The Masters mallet or the Hammer of Thor/ Notes and Queries (Manchester), III (1886), p. 93108.

52.Haddon, Alfred C. Evolution in art. London, 1895.

53.Hampel, Joseph. Antiquit'es pr'ehistoriques de la Hongrie. Esztergom, 1877, # 3, pl. 20.

54.Hamy, E. T. Decades americanae. Paris, 1884, p. 5967.

55.Head, Barclay V. Synopsis of the contents of the British Museum. Departmens of coins and medals / A Guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients. London, 1881.

56.Higgins, Godfrey. Anacalypsis or attempts to draw aside the veil of the Saitic Isis. London, 1836.

57.Hirschfeld, G. Vasi arcaici Ateniesi. Roma, 1872, tav. XXXIX, XL.

58.Holmes, W. H. Art in shell of the American Indians/Second Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18801881.

59. . Catalogue of Bureau Collections made in 1881/Third Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18811882.

60. . Ancient Pottery of the Mississippi Valley/Fourth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18821883.

61. . Ancient Art in the Province of Chiriqui/Sixth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18841885.

62. . The Cross used as a symbol by the ancient Americans/ Trans. Anthrop. Soc., II (1882).

63.Humphreys. H. Noel. The coin collectors manual. London, 1853.

64.Keller, Ferdinand. The Lake dwellings of Switzerland and other parts of Europe. London, 1878.

65.Langdon, Arthur G. Ornaments of early crosses of Cornwall/ Royal Institute of Cornwall, X (1890), p. 3396.

66.Le Plongeon, Augustus. Sacred mysteries among the Mayas and the Quiches. NY, 1886, p. 128.

67. . Mayapan and Maya inscriptions/Proc. Am. Antiq. Soc. Worcester (Mass.), 21 April 1881.

68.McAdams, William. Records of ancient races in the Mississipi valley. St. Louis, 1887.

69.Macrichie, David. Ancient and modern Britons. London, 1884, p.1158.

70.Mallery, Garrick. Picture writing of the American Indians/Tenth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18881889.

71.Mat'eriaux pour P histoire primitive et naturelle de lhomme.

Vol. XVI (1881), p.154166, 416, 548.

Vol. XVIII (1884), p. 22, 137-9, 289.

72.Matthews, Washington. The Mountain Chant/Fifth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18831884, p. 379467.

73.Montelius, Oscar. The civilization of Sweden in Heathen Times. London, 1888.

74.Moorehead, Warren. Primitive man in Ohio. 1892.

75.Morgan, J. De. Mission sciengtifique au Caucase. Paris, 1889. Vol. 1, p. 160.

76.Mortillet, Gabriel. Mus'ee pr'ehistorique. Paris, 1881.

77. . Le pr'ehistorique antiquit'e de lhomme. Paris, 1883, p.1867.

78. . Le signe de la croix avant le christianisme. Paris, 1886,

p. 182.

79.Munro, Robert. Ancient Scottish Lake Dwellings, or Crannogs. Edinburgh, 1881, p. 1304.

80. . The lake dwellings of Europe. London, 1890.

81.Nadaillac, Marquis de. Prehistoric America. NY, 1884.

82.Newton, John. History of migration of the triskelion from Sicily to the Isle of Man/Athenaeum, 10 Sept. 1892, p. 3534.

83.Petrie, W. M. Flinders. Naukratis. London, 1886.

84.Pr"ahistorische Bl"atter, VI (1894), Tafeln 1115.

85.Prime, William C. Pottery and porcellain of all times and all nations. NY, 1878.

86.Rawlinson, George. The religions of the ancient world. NY, s. a.

87.Richter, Max Ohnefalsch. Excavations in Cyprus/Bull. soc. danthrop. XI, p. 669682.

88.Rockhill, William Woodville. Diary of a journey through Mongolia and Tibet in 1891 and 1892. Washington, 1894, p. 67.

89.Schick, Baurath von. The Jerusalem Cross / Palestine exploration fund quarterly. July 1894, p. 1838.

90.Schliemann, Heinrich. Atlas trojanischer Alterthumer. Leipzig, 1874.

91. . Ilios. NY, 1881.

92. . Mycenae. NY, 1878.

93. . Troja, NY, 1884.

94.Schvindt, Theodor. Suomalaisia koristeita. Helsingiss"a, 1894.

95.Simpson, William. Swastika/Palestine exploration fund quarterly. January 1895, p. 845.

96.Snowden, James Ross. A description of ancient and modem coins in the cabinet collection at the Mint of the United States. Philadelphia, 1860.

97.Squier, E. George. Peru. Incidents of travel and exploration. NY, 1877, p. 184.

98.Stevens, George L. The old northern Runic monuments of Scandinavia and England. London, 18661867.

99.Stevenson, James. Collections made in New Mexico and Arizona 1879 / Second Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18801881, p. 307465.

100.Sykes. Notes on the religious, moral and political state of India before the Mohameddan invasion / Jr. of Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain, VI, p. 248, 299, 310, 334.

101.Thomas, Cyrus. Burial mounds of northern sections of the United States/Fifth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18831884, 3119.

102. . Report on the mound explorations of the Bureau of Ethnology/ Twelfth Ann. Rep. Bureau of Ethnology, 18901891, p. 1730.

103.Thomas, G. W. Excavations in Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Sleaford, Lincolnshire/Archaeologia, L (1887), p. 386.

104.Tylor, Edward B. Anthropology. NY, 1881, p. 2478.

105. . Primitive culture. Boston, 1874, p. 101.

106.Wake, C. S. The swastika and allied symbols/Am. Antiquarian, XVI (1894), p. 413.

107.Waring, J. B. Ceramic art in remote ages. London, 1874.

108.Wiener, Charles. P'eron et Bolivie. R'ecit de voyage. Paris, 1880, p.716730.

109.Wood, J. G. The Natural history of man. NY, 1868, vol. 2, p.6203.

110.Wright, T. F. Notes on the swastika/Palestine exploration fund quarterly. October 1894, p. 300.

111.Zmigrodzki, Michael. Zur Geschichte der Suastika. Braunschweig, 1890.

112. . Histoire du suastika/Congr`es international danthrop. et arch'eol. pr'ehist. Dixi`eme session, 1889, p. 473490.

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