Archaeology 1995 - Abstracts

Archaeology 1995
A Balkan journal: reflections on a stay in Croatia on the eve of war. (1988)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
Alexander's tomb...not!Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBianchi, Robert Steven
Animals in Egyptian art.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
A poet's task. (Tom Paulin)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreOlmert, Michael
Archaeology meets the 104th Congress.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreNeumann, Loretta
Archaeology's dirty secret.(failure to publish research makes excavators looters)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
A walk through time. (Montreal's Pointe-a-Calliere museum)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
A woman's place: in Classical Greece, an untamed female was a threat to society. (exhibition 'Pandora's Box: Women in Classical Greece')Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
Bad news from Toronto. (Archaeological Resource Center to end)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
Birth of the chariot: excavations east of the Ural Mountains reveal traces of the first two-wheeled, high-performance vehicles.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreAnthony, David W., Vinogradov, Nikolai B.
Celebrating an inventive printer.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
Colorful cotton!(revival of a 5,000-year-old Peruvian textile tradition by an ethnoarchaeologist)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
Cruising Turkey's southern coast.(Highlights of a 12-day voyage along the shores of ancient Lycia)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRose, Mark
Dilettantes in the game of life. (novelist Anthony G. Hillerman portrays archaeologists as villains in his mysteries)(Interview)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreNeary, John
Earliest bipedal ancestor? (3.9-4.2 million-year-old remains of Australopithecus anamensis)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
Echoes of antiquity. (Italian Renaissance Architecture: Brunelleschi, Sangallo, Michelangelo - The Cathedrals of Florence and Pavia, and St. Peter's, Rome, exhibition at Washington D.C.'s National Gallery of Art)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
Enlightened stewardship.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
First report on Priam's treasure.(Trojan collection at Pushkin Museum)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreTreister, Mikhail
Harvest of skulls & bones.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBrady, James E., Hasemann, George, Fogarty, John H.
Images of the Ice Age.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMarshack, Alexander
Infancy and the spirit world in ancient China.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreKinney, Anne Behnke
In Schliemann's shadow: Frank Calvert, the unheralded discoverer of Troy.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreAllen, Susan Heuck
Limits of world law.(stopping warring nations from destroying cultural treasures)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMeyer, Karl E.
Mad honey! A sip of toxic nectar could kill a horse, render a soldier senseless, and inspire the Delphic Oracle. (includes related articles)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMayor, Adrienne
Maya superstates: how a few powerful kingdoms vied for control of the Maya Lowlands during the Classic period (A.D. 300-900).Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMartin, Simon, Grube, Nikolai
Mining the mosaics of Roman Zeugma.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreKennedy, David, Ergec, Rifat, Freeman, Philip
Moving the moai; transporting the megaliths of Easter Island: how did they do it?Anthropology/archeology/folkloreVan Tilburg, Jo Anne
Mummies of the Tarim Basin: dessicated remains found in western China point to the spread of Indo-Europeans some 4,000 years ago.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMair, Victor H.
New finds at Flag Fen.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
Outdoor creations of the Ice Age.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBahn, Paul G.
Portrait of a purist. (photographer Alison Frantz)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSzegedy-Maszak, Andrew
Preserving a Cold War legacy.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreElia, Ricardo, J.
Prize pictures: winning entries in Archaeology's Fifth Annual Photography Contest.(Illustration)Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
Proving ground of the nuclear age.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreJohnson, William Gary, Beck, Colleen M.
Pueblos of the Mesa Verde: southwestern canyon country yields clues to the settlement patterns and eventual exodus of the Anasazi.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreLekson, Stephen H.
Rebuilding the monuments of Pericles. (Athenian Acropolis)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHarrington, Spencer P.M.
Reflections on the Bluewater people.(antiquities of Pueblos)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreNaranjo, Tito
Rise and fall of Sagalassos.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWaelkens, Marc
Selective preservation. (preservation of fascist monuments in Rome)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDyson, Stephen L.
Splendors of Lepcis: a Roman emperor's dream city emerges from the sands.(Lepcis Magna, Libya)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSoren, David, Marzano, Annalisa
Stealing China's past: the People's Republic reports a hemorrhage of artifacts.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMurphy, J. David
The boom in volunteer archaeology.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWertime, Richard A.
The dreaded question. (for archaeologists, "What did you find?")Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMcGuire, Randall
The drudge-on-the-hide. (depictions of prehistoric people has not kept pace with new knowledge of gender roles in the period)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreGifford-Gonzalez, Diane
The largest buildings in the world 7,000 years ago. (Neolithic longhouses in Central Europe)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBogucki, Peter
The last Neandertals.Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
The mummy as medium: a provocative new study links Roman-era Faiyum portraits to pharaonic religious beliefs. ('Portrait Mummies from Roman Egypt' by Lorelei H. Corcoran)(includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBianchi, Robert Steven
The search for settlements on the Great Sage Plain.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreThompson, Ian
Tracking Ohio's Great Hopewell Road: aerial reconnaissance and infrared photography help scholars map a sacred roadway nearly 60 miles long.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreLepper, Bradley T.
Travel guide to the ancient world 1995.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBeaudry, Debbie
Turkey's war on the illicit antiquities trade. (includes related articles on museum competition and Turkey's claims abroad)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRose, Mark, Acar, Ozgen
Virtual antiquity: 3D computer magic puts you on the streets of Pompeii on a blue-sky morning in A.D. 79.(computer exhibit at M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreVadnal, Jane
What killed the babies of Lugnano?(Lugnano in Teverina, Rome)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSoren, David, Soren, Noelle
Who owns the spoils of war?(Germany and Russia argue over the return of wartime booty)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMeyer, Karl E.
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