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SIS Review Vol. II No. 2 December 1977


Focus, Contact, Notices 29, 51
Forum: Letters 29
Bookshelf 34
Harold Tresman & B. O’Gheoghan:
The Primordial Light? 35
Michael Reade: Senmut and Phaeton: Supplementary Notes 41
Thomas Barnes:
Recent Origin and Decay of the Earth’s Magnetic Field 42
John Milsom: A Commentary on Barnes’ Magnetic Decay 46
S.I.S. vs. Ralph Juergens: The Critics and Stellar Energy 46
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Notes to Contributors Cover ii

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COVER: The planet Saturn, “encircled with A RING, donned of SERPENTS”, a plate in Vol. VII of “Indian Antiquities” by Thomas Maurice (London, 1800). Testimony for the serpent motif in ancient cosmologies – and for an early knowledge of the rings?

Copyright (c) 1977 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies
ISSN 0308-3276

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