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The Epic of Gilgamesh

The Epic of Gilgamesh

By R. Campbell Thompson. The Epic of Gilgamesh is among the earliest surviving works of literature, with the earliest versions dating from around the Third Dynasty of Ur in early Sumeria (2150-2000 BC)…. Read more »

A History of Germany

A History of Germany

By H.E. Marshall. This work, first published in 1913, telling the story of Germany from before the Roman Empire to the time of Emperor Wilhelm II, was acknowledged an instant… Read more »

The Home of the Indo-Europeans: An Investigation Based on Language and History

The Home of the Indo-Europeans: An Investigation Based on Language and History

By Professor Harold H. Bender. Written by a professor of Indo-Germanic Philology in Princeton University, this masterpiece of detective work pieces together evidence from the study of language, geography, history… Read more »

The Origin of the English Nation

The Origin of the English Nation

By H. Munro Chadwick. Have you ever wondered where the term “Anglo-Saxon” came from? This book will tell you. The author provides a comprehensive overview of the Germanic tribes who… Read more »

The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe

The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe

By John Beddoe M.D. John Beddoe (1826—1911) was Britain’s foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race, craniology, and racial origins.  “The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the… Read more »

The Anthropological History of Europe

The Anthropological History of Europe

By John Beddoe M.D. John Beddoe was Britain’s foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race and racial origins. He was one of the foremost practitioners of the art… Read more »

The Origin of the Aryans

The Origin of the Aryans

By Isaac Taylor. A fine overview of early European racial anthropology, first published in a time before political correctness and leftist hatred suppressed the science. Taylor, the Canon of York,… Read more »

Against the Galilaeans: Roman Paganism’s Champion Argues against Christianity

Against the Galilaeans: Roman Paganism’s Champion Argues against Christianity

By Julian the Apostate (Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, Emperor of Rome 361—363 A.D.) First published in 363 AD., this is possibly the most censored book in history. Christian Church Father… Read more »

The Lays of Ancient Rome

The Lays of Ancient Rome

By Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay.   “Then out spake brave Horatius The captain of the gate “To every man upon this earth death cometh soon or late And how can… Read more »

KINDLE Edition: Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain

KINDLE Edition: Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain

Ostara Publications is pleased to announce that the best-selling book, “Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain” has now been published in Kindle format for less than half the price… Read more »

KINDLE edition: The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt

KINDLE edition: The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt

Ostara Publications is pleased to announce that The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt has now been published in full color in Kindle format…. Read more »

The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt

The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt

By Arthur Kemp. This work refutes Afrocentrist nonsense which claims that “Egypt was black” through reviewing the historical record of Egyptian art, images of mummies, and new dramatic DNA evidence. Ra was… Read more »

Germania et Britannia: A Roman Racial Study of Germans and Britons Circa 98 AD

Germania et Britannia: A Roman Racial Study of Germans and Britons Circa 98 AD

By Gaius Cornelius Tacitus. Roman senator and historian Tacitus provided a fascinating glimpse of the racial make-up, customs and culture of pre-Roman and pre-Christian European society in Germany and Britain… Read more »

The Gallic Wars

The Gallic Wars

By Julius Caesar. The most famous Roman of all’s first-hand account of his wars of conquest in Gaul (most of present-day France, Belgium and Switzerland) and an account of his… Read more »

The Indo-Europeans: Their Origins and Achievements

The Indo-Europeans: Their Origins and Achievements

By Charles Morris. Originally published in 1888 under the title “The Aryans,” this book is a beautifully-written cultural history of the Indo-European peoples. The author, a classical scholar, admitted early… Read more »

From Slave to Emperor: Famous Historians on the Racial Reasons for the Decline of the Roman Empire

From Slave to Emperor: Famous Historians on the Racial Reasons for the Decline of the Roman Empire

Including the work of professors Tenney Frank, A.M. Duff, Charles Merivale, George La Piana, Theodor Mommsen, and the multiple authors of the Cambridge Ancient History and the Encyclopedia Britannica’s Historians’… Read more »

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