> From: Ellen [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> If you do a search on it in any of the major search engines
> (www.google.com is my current favorite), you'll come up with a great deal
> of material. But, in this particular arena, there still isn't as much on
> the web as you'll find in a good library or in a book store.
And the vast majority of what is on the web--including what Google
came up with--is inaccurate and oversimplified.
> The books can be expensive, so I'd try for a good library. I don't know
> where you live, but the major book chains in the US, like Borders and
> Barnes and Noble, have great selections.
In my experience, the books they mostly stock are not worth the
price--like Rolleston's Myths, Cahill's _How the Irish Saved Civilization_,
the dribble by the Matthewses, and all the ridiculous stuff put out by
Llewellyn. Sometimes, one finds worthy books like anything by Miranda Green
or a cheap reprint of Cross & Slover, but the dribble far outnumbers the