Abstracts: Topic drift: negotiating the gap between the field and our name. A view from the library
Abstracts: To your health! The ancients, too, recognized the salutary effects of wine. Wonders of radar imagery
Abstracts: Tracking Ohio's Great Hopewell Road: aerial reconnaissance and infrared photography help scholars map a sacred roadway nearly 60 miles long
Abstracts: Trade at the crossroads continents: Northern India's Ladakh region. Kalighat paintings from nineteenth century Calcutta in Maxwell Sommerville's "ethnological East Indian collection."
Abstracts: Travel guide to North Europe 1996. Travel guide to North America 1996. Travel guide: South and Southeast Asia
Abstracts: Treasures from the attic: Viva Voce Records. "Down for La Raza": barrio art T-shirts, Chicano pride, and cultural resistance
Abstracts: Treasures of I Fucoli: a Tuscan hill town unveils its newly restored terra-cotta masterpieces. Were Romulus and Remus historical figures?
Abstracts: Tree rings and radiocarbon dates. Frederica De Laguna:Honorary curator, American section. Nothern exposure
Abstracts: Trial of the century. Embattled tablets. Hype in the holy land
Abstracts: Turkey's war on the illicit antiquities trade. Dream to reality; finds from the legendary land of Troy. Troubled waters
Abstracts: Turtle dives again: Recreating George Washington's revolutionary submarine. Telling time
Abstracts: Uncommomly good food among commoners: growing and consuming food in ancient Ceren. In the house: Maya nobility and their figurine-whistles
Abstracts: Variations on antiquity: new exhibitions of classical art. Echoes of antiquity. Ancient Chinese treasures; six thousand years of Chinese artistry is highlighted in a trio of exhibitions
Abstracts: Victorious gladiators. Saving a fabled sanctuary: conservators struggle to restore Justinian's Great Church in Istanbul
Abstracts: Viewing "Byzantium." (exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; educational mission of art museums)
Abstracts: Violins and other voices: miscellaneous variations. Ancestor worship, mentorship, and neorevival: "spirits" in the artifacts
Abstracts: Virginia Randolph Grace, 1901-1994. Darrell Arlynn Amyx, 1911-1997. Antony Erich Raubitschek, 1912-1999
Abstracts: Virtual earthworks. Jesus and Judaism. Ice Age Ohio; a deep cave yields evidence of Paleoindians, climate change, and the demise of the megamammals
Abstracts: Visions of paradise. Egypt in America: a quartet of shows celebrates the art of the pharaohs. Animals in Egyptian art
Abstracts: Visions of Troy. Deepest wreck. Labyrinths and bull-leapers
Abstracts: Walking the Buddha. Battle of the bones: the furor over Kennewick Man. Biblical iconoclast: Israel Finkelstein tilts with colleagues over the history of early Iron Age Palestine
Abstracts: Warriors of clay: exclusive photographs of China's most recently discovered terr-cotta army, found at a vast tomb site south of Beijing
Abstracts: Warriors of Paros: Soldiers' burials offer clues to the rise of classical Greek city-states. Cult of the kiln; an Etruscan potters' furnace yields evidence of ritual in the making of ceramics
Abstracts: Warrior women of the Eurasian steppes: new evidence suggests that tales of Amazon warriors may be more than mere legend
Abstracts: Watery tombs. Only in Texas; the skinny on Stonehenge II. Faking African art
Abstracts: Weaving narrative texts: the artistry of women's sermons. Erotic narrative and the construction of gender in premodern Sweden
Abstracts: What did Ice Age people do in deep caves? The world of ancient ancestors: Australian Aboriginal caves and other realms within rocks
Abstracts: What did Schliemann find - and where, when, and how did he find it? Nouvelle-France: the legacy of North America's French colonists
Abstracts: What's on line? Digging into the World Wide Web. James Fort found. Redating Serpent Mound
Abstracts: When stone is more than stone: Clues to prehistoric resource in Jordan. Paradise found: Petra's urban oasis
Abstracts: Where the past serves the present: for the Caribbean island of Nevis, tourism and historic preservation go hand in hand
Abstracts: Who, Where, and What Were the Celts? Under downtown Prague. Where was Jesus born?
Abstracts: Why queer archaeology? An introduction. Beaded bags. Adventures in experimental smelting: iron the old-fashioned way
Abstracts: Window on ancient maritime trade: a shipwreck off Spain's Costa Brava yields clues to Roman commerce. Bacchic mysteries; spiritual life in antiquity
Abstracts: Window on Pompeii: Roman art and technology explored in a Los Angeles show. Rome 1-1000; a first-millennium tour of the Eternal City
Abstracts: Wine for eternity. Coring ancient Rome. Bedding down for eternity
Abstracts: Winning pictures. Prize pictures: winning entries in Archaeology's Fifth Annual Photography Contest. Prize pictures: winning entries in Archaeology's Third Annual Photography Contest
Abstracts: Wogosia: an annual renewal rite in the eastern Solomon Islands. Decorated canoe prow-boards from the Trobriand Islands
Abstracts: Xeroradiographic imaging. Bird's eye view of the ancient world. Low-altitude photography
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