AoF ANNOUNCEMENT...As of 12 October 1999, this site will no longer be updated nor upgraded. The site will remain online until 31 March 2000, when AoF's lease on the Web expires. Apologies to all scholars, particularly those who just (re-)discovered Scritti Politti. Anyone claiming a non-exclusive non-guaranteed inheritance of data collected herein should contact AoF via email at email@example.com. As for why AoF is going offline...
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The focus of this archeological society is the musicropolis called Scritti Politti. . .
Gossip-mongers can go straight to the Speculation Forum for freshly dugged up and mostly unconfirmed rumours about Scritti and its past and present citizens or chat to one another at the Discussion Forum
As for cruising the rest of this site, dazed scholars can go straight down to the 3 less oblique navagational options--site index, map, & search. For the impatient member scholars, there is the AoF News Bulletin which provides a listing of latest additions to AoF so you can skip the rest of the site which you'd know like the back of your palm (what's there to know really?), right?
On to an explanation of the most convoluted (but AoF prefer to think of it as being metaphorically rich) site organization ever then...
The schematic diagram to your right represents a cross section of the archeological dig and the specimens found. To date four layers representing four phases of this civilization have been found.
And for the harried and hassled scholars, 3 less oblique AoF cruising options . . .
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