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Close of Encounters of the Random Kind was a recurring feature of the roleplaying magazine Shadis written by Jolly R. Blackburn. Issue 17's article focused on West End Games' The World of Indiana Jones roleplaying game which included a list of artifact and location ideas for players along with a map to the Tomb of Turases III commissioned for the magazine by Ron Jacobs.

Although the Indiana Jones brand was used with permission, Close of Encounters of the Random Kind was published outside of the Lucasfilm Licensing process and, as such, is unlikely to have a canon designation.

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  • Africa
    • Olduvai Gorge
    • Olorgesailie
    • Kalambo Falls
    • Ife
    • Zimbabwe
    • Tassili n'Ajjer
    • Drakensberg
    • King Solomon's Mines
  • British Isles
    • Cresswell Crags
    • Cheddar Gorge
    • Grime's Graves
    • Hetty Pegler's Tump
    • Avebury
    • Stonehenge
    • Maiden Castle
    • King Athur's Tomb
  • France
    • Les Eyzies
    • Lascaux
    • La Hougue Bie
    • Gav'rinis
    • Grotte des Fe'es
    • Carnac and Locmariaquer
    • Vix
    • Underground Paris
  • Germany
    • Weinbergholden bei Mauem
    • Rijckholt-Sint Geertruid
    • Toterfout-Halve Mijl
    • The Heuneburg
    • Hitler's Eagles Nest
    • Charlemagne's Tomb
  • Netherlands
  • Scandinavia
    • Rock Scribings
    • Megalithic Tombs
    • Lindholm Høje
    • Trelleborg
  • Eastern Europe
    • Mezhirich
    • Karanovo
    • Stara
    • Kujavian Megalithic Tomb
    • Biskupin
    • Zavist
    • Nowa Slupia
    • Sarmizegethusa
  • Iberia
    • Altamira/Cantabrian Caves
    • Los Millares/El Argar
    • Lower Tagus
    • Tartessus
    • Ullastret
    • Citania of Briteiros
  • Central Mediterranean
    • Grotta Addaura
    • Matera
    • Val Comonica (As "Val Comnica")
    • Castello di Lipari
    • Pantalica
    • Gola del Sentino
    • Belverde
    • Lost Tomb of Augustus Ceasar
    • Tomb of St. Peter
    • Catacombs of Rome
  • Greece and the Aegean
    • Dimini
    • Lerna
    • Mycenae
    • Orchomenos and Gla
    • Tiryns
    • Pylos
    • Knossos
    • Tombs of Kamilari
    • Mallia
    • Kato Zakro
  • Anatolia/Soviet Armenia
    • Troy
    • Kültepe
    • Gordion
    • Catal Hüyük
    • Beycesultan
    • Alaca Hiiyiik
    • Yazilikaya
    • Boghazkoy
    • Sardis
    • Karmir-Blur
  • Egypt
  • Mesopotamia/Arabia Gulf
  • Syria/Palestine
  • India
    • Harappa
    • Mohenjo-Daro
    • Hastinapura
    • Taxila
  • South East Asia
  • North America
  • Mesoamerica
  • South America
    • San Agustin
    • Chavin de Huantar
    • Tiahuanaco
    • Chan Chan
    • Machu Picchu
    • Cuzco
  • Undersea
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