Archaeology 1998 - Abstracts

Archaeology 1998
TitleSubjectAuthors
50 years of discovery: how archaeology has reconfigured the human past.(Cover Story)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFagan, Brian
A Byzantine plot? (Istanbul palace)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreGorvett, Jon
A doomed people: the collapse of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande. (includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFoster, Michael S., Taylor, Tobi
Alas, poor Ramses. (ancient Egyptian ruler)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBrown, Dale M.
Alexander's epic march. (Alexander the Great)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBorza, Eugene N.
A magnificent Mayanist: students and colleagues gather to honor Linda Schele.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
An American pioneer.(James Henry Breasted, father of American Egyptology)(President's Page)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDyson, Stephen L.
Appeasing the volcano gods. (includes related article on family volcano shrines)Anthropology/archeology/folklorePlunket, Patricia, Urunuela, Gabriela
A visit to ancient Glanum.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
Backflap sting: looted artifact sent back to Peru.Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
Birth of a civilization: how a disparate collection of regional settlements evolved into one of the world's first great societies.(Indus Valley civilization)(includes information on Indus writing)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreKenoyer, Jonathan Mark
Bridge over the Neretva: the loss of the sixteenth-century bridge at Mostar remains a powerful symbol of a collective heritage destroyed by war.(Bosnia)(includes information on the bulldozing of sacred sites during the Bosnian war)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDodds, Jerrilynn D.
Case of the golden phiale. (includes related article on the Morgantina silver collection)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSlayman, Andrew L.
China's oldest surviving observatory. (Yuanzhou Astronomical Clock Tower)Anthropology/archeology/folklorePankenier, David W.
Church treasures of Cyprus. (recovery of looted Byzantine art objects)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRose, Mark
Citizens of the past: a new web site allows you to register with an ancient city.(AncientSites by CyberSites, Inc.)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSanders, Donald H.
Civil War in the West. (river cruise; includes related article on General Joe Wheeler Plantation and archaeological cruise directory)(Annual Cruise Section)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSaraceni, Jessica E.
Corpse in the curiosity shop. (Egyptian mummy at Nonesuch House, Wiscasset, Maine)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSlayman, Andrew L.
Cosa anniversary. (50th year of excavations at Cosa site, Tuscany, Italy)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDyson, Stephen L.
Decades of make believe: Hollywood portraits of the archaologist as vulnerable romantic or adventure hero.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSolomon, Jon
Dialogue with the firmament. (interpreting cosmic events in earthly terms)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreAveni, Anthony F.
Digging in the land of the Bible. (includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSilberman, Neil Asher
Diving at ground zero. (Bikini Atoll)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDelgado, James P.
Eagle eye at NASA. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
Early church at Aqaba. (Aqaba, Jordan)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRose, Mark
Ekron identity confirmed: a unique royal inscription offers clues to early Philistine history.(Tel Miqne archaeological site near Jerusalem)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreGitin, Seymour, Dothan, Trude, Naveh, Joseph
Emerald man. (Precolumbian figurine)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWhittington, Stephen, Vose, James, Hess, Charles
Gansu getaway: escaped looter allegedly linked to million-dollar antiquity.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSullivan, Lawrence R.
Gettysburg battle. (Gettysburg National Military Park)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreCollazo, Gretchen
Golden phiale appeal.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSlayman, Andrew L.
History beneath the sea: the birth of nautical archeology.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreBass, George F.
Ill-fated galleon: discovery of a sixteenth-century wreck is resurrecting a forgotten chapter in Spanish colonial history.(found in Pensacola Bay off Florida)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSmith, Roger C.
Investigating Olduvai.(Evaluation)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMilanich, Jerald T.
Invisible no more. (Mashantucket Pequot Native Americans)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSilberman, Neil Asher
Italy fights back. (stolen antiquities) (includes related article on modern tomb robbers)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSlayman, Andrew L.
Journey to Jamestown. (includes related articles on James Fort and historical record of Jamestown)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHorning, Audrey J., Cotter, John L., Kelso, William M., Luccketti, Nicholas M.
'Laozi' debate. (Daoist text)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHarrington, Spencer P.M.
Life and death in a Maya war zone.(Cover Story)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreFreidel, David, Suhler, Charles
Mirrors to Japanese history. (burial goods)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreEdwards, Walter
Our best, and oldest, friends: the long and often forgotten history of dogs.(Bibliography)(Review)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSnyder, Lynn M.
Playground for the human spirit: experiencing the new Getty Center.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHerscher, Ellen
Power places: a photographer's vision of sites that link the secular with the sacred. (Chris Rainier)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSzegedy-Maszak, Andrew
Reforming academia: archaeological advances are poorly reflected in curricula at most American universities.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
Remembering 1948.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreCotter, John L.
Rethinking modern history. (includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDeagan, Kathleen
Rethinking the "Halls of Hades." (Greece)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
Riddle of Great Zimbabwe. (stone structures in Africa)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMcIntosh, Roderick J.
Saga of the Nineveh marbles.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRussell, John Malcolm
Sea change in classical archaeology. (Mediterranean archaeology)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreDyson, Stephen L.
Searching for Lewis & Clark: journals offer clues to locations of campsites.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSaraceni, Jessica E.
Tarnished reputations: museum acquisition policies remain mired in scandal and controversy.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHerscher, Ellen
The art of gardening: eating well at a Mesoamerican Pompeii.(Maya archaeological site in El Salvador)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
The burning of Hazor. (Late Bronze Age palace)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSilberman, Neil Asher, Rabinovich, Abraham
The death of innocents: a postmortem on the terror at the Temple of Hatshepsut. (Luxor, Egypt)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWiseman, James
The elusive Arthur. (King Arthur of Britain)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHodges, Richard
The mandate of Heaven: comprehending celestial patterns was a fundamental requirement for Chinese kingship.Anthropology/archeology/folklorePankenier, David W.
The new Maya. (includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreCulbert, T. Patrick
The not-so-Dark Ages. (includes related article)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreHodges, Richard
The prehistoric Pacific.Anthropology/archeology/folkloreTerrell, John Edward
The roots of Christianity.Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
The star of Bethlehem.(Cover Story)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreAveni, Anthony F.
The tabloid touch. (archaeology in the tabloids)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSoren, David
The tears of time.(three poems about the Precolumbian Maya)(Poem)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreWilley, Gordon R., Blaker, Margaret
The world's first city. (Catalhoyuk in central Anatolia)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreShane, Orrin C., III, Kucuk, Mine
Thracian glitter. (exhibition of gold treasure of ancient people)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreRotroff, Susan I.
To farm, or not to farm. (Southwestern agriculture)Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
Tombs with a view: burials on a rock ledge high above an Andean lake yield evidence of a people known to have been among the Inka's fiercest enemies. (Chachapoya)Anthropology/archeology/folklorevon Hagen, Adriana, Guillen, Sonia
Trajan's glorious forum: one of ancient Rome's preeminent public spaces dazzles on paper as it must have in stone.(includes information on virtual-reality computer models of the forum)(Cover Story)Anthropology/archeology/folklorePacker, James E.
Travel guide to Israel.Anthropology/archeology/folklore 
Treasures of the Indus: a rare collection of jewelry and sculpture makes its American debut.("Great Cities, Small Treasures: The Ancient World of the Indus Valley" exhibition at the Asia Society in New York, NY)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreSchuster, Angela M.H.
We've come a long way! Celebrating 50 years of Archaeology.(magazine)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreKatz, Phyllis Pollak
Wine for eternity. (ancient Egyptian wine jars; includes related article on prehistoric viniculture)(Cover Story)Anthropology/archeology/folkloreMcGovern, Patrick E.
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