Hallo folks! More neat links: Antique Bottles, a site to maximize web searches, history of Magic, and Europe for visitors.
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Traditions of Magic in Late Antiquity - http://www.lib.umich.edu/pap/magic/
Devoted to "magic and its practitioners in the Mediterranean basin and the Near East from the 1st to the 7th centuries A.D." Includes images, commentaries, and translations of recipe-books, amulets, gems, Babylonian demon bowls, and defixiones (cursing and binding tablets, a part of "Aggressive Magic"). From the University of Michigan Library.
Europe for Visitors - http://europeforvisitors.com/
A collection of "more than 2,500 pages of illustrated travel articles, annotated links, photo galleries, and other resources for travelers" in Europe. Includes practical information (money, etiquette, pets), transportation, country and city guides, and sections on Jewish and lesbian/gay travel.
The Invisible Web Directory - http://invisible-web.net/
A directory of some of the best resources of the "Invisible Web." This site was developed by reference librarian Gary Price and Chris Sherman, Associate Editor of SearchEngineWatch.com, as a companion to their 2001 book The Invisible Web: Uncovering Hidden Internet Resources Search Engines Can't See.
Antique Bottle Collector's Haven - http://www.antiquebottles.com/
Information and links for collectors interested in "finding, buying, selling, and learning about Antique Bottles."
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