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Fredrik T. Hiebert. “What in the World?

: Unique Bronze Age Stamp Seal Found in Central


Asia.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 48. ŠAKI
Das Archäologieprojekt der Universität von Pennsylvania Museum
Central Asia hat kürzlich seine dritte Untersuchungssaison in Anau
depe in Turkmenistan abgeschlossen. Diese Region, die während des
größten Teils des 20. Jahrhunderts Teil der Sowjetunion war, war von
alten gebildeten Kulturen umgeben - China, dem Industal,
Mesopotamien und dem Iran. Obwohl die alten Gesellschaften
Zentralasiens auch Städte, Tempel, Paläste, bewässerte Landschaften
und lebhafte Kunstwerke hatten, fehlten bis vor kurzem Zeugnisse von
Zahlen- oder Schriftsystemen.

An der kleinen archäologischen Stätte von Ana haben wir diesen Juni
die erodierte Spitze eines großen Raumkomplexes aus der Bronzezeit
(2300 v. Chr.) Entdeckt. Wir haben nicht mit einer so großen und gut
gebauten Konstruktion gerechnet. Wir haben die ganze Saison damit
verbracht, dieses Gebäude auszugraben, dessen Wände jetzt schon
mehr als Meter hoch sind. Die Füllung aus diesen Räumen enthielt fein
gemachte Keramik und viele Tonstücke, die zur Versiegelung von
Gefäßen oder Paketen verwendet wurden. Innerhalb des Gebäudes
fanden wir das bemerkenswerte gravierte Siegel, das hier abgebildet
ist.

Dieses Objekt hat nur Parallelen auf der zentralasiatischen Seite von
Altyn depe. Die gravierten Symbole oder Buchstaben sind uns
unbekannt. Zuerst dachten wir, die Inschrift könnte Harappa aus dem
Indus-Tal sein, aber wir erkennen jetzt, dass sie nichts mit den
Schreibsystemen in Mesopotamien, Iran, Harappa oder China zu tun
hat. Es spiegelt höchstwahrscheinlich ein lokales symbolisches
System wider.Dichtungen werden im Verwaltungssystem einer
Wirtschaft verwendet, die Güter wie Tempel, Kasernen oder Paläste im
Auge behalten muss. Selbst ein kleiner Ort wie Anau hat imposante
architektonische Überreste, und jetzt haben wir in diesem Siegel
Beweise für Anas Beteiligung an einem verwalteten
Vertriebssystem. Dieses Muster von kleinen und großen Stätten mit
elitären und bürokratischen Funktionen ist einzigartig in der
zentralasiatischen Bronzezeit.
Ovaj mali (oko 1,3 x 1,4 cm) lijepo uklesan pečat na mjestu Anau depe
izrađen je od sjajnog crnog mlaza, a natpis je naglašen crvenkasto

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smeđim pigmentom. Imala sam čast najaviti svoje otkriće 10. listopada
2000. na konferenciji na kojoj su predsjedali predsjednik
Turkmenistana Sapmurat Niyazov
Pokušavši odgonetnuti značenje pisma na pečatu (na kojoj su se
sačuvali tragovi crvene tinte) dr. Hiebert kontaktirao je sve moguće
stručnjake diljem svijeta, uključujući i kineske stručnjake, iako je
kinesko pismo nastalo tek 1.000 gidina nakon ovog pečata. Premda je
napis na pečatu bio sličan simbolima na 'Eastern Islandu' na Tihom
oceanu i premda se svi slažu da se suvremeno pisanje znakovima i
simbolima pojavljuje oko 5.000 g. unatrag (Sumer, Irak i stari Egipat),
nitko nije mogao odgonetnuti pismo te visoko razvijene i nepoznate
civilizacije, te dr. Hiebert 10. listopada 2.000 g. objavljuje vijest o
'Nepoznatoj civilizaciji'! Ovu je vijest G. Antičić saznao od svog sina,
znanstvenika dr. Tome Antičića (aktualnog ravnatelja instituta 'Ruđer
Bošković). Premda je vijest prošla nezapažena u hrvatskim medijima,
g. Grgu Antičića 'oborila je s nogu'. A i vas bi kada biste (kao što je on)
shvatili da je pismo s pečata stara hrvatska glagoljica!

'Jesam li ja jedini i zadnji u nizu, koji je od predaka do današnjih


dana uspio sačuvati tajnu simbola na pečatu iz Anaua?', pitao se
on...'Sinovima svojim još sam u djetinjstvu tumačio značenje slova i
simbola, isto onako kako je moj otac podučavao mene.' ...jer 'značenje
simbola s pečata iz generacije u generaciju prenosili su vladari
HaraHvara (SaraSvata, objedinjujući duhovnu i svjetovnu vlast)' kaže
Antičić. I potom u tekstu opisuje kako njegovi preci vuku korijene od
Bijelih Hrvata, od kralja Palakusa (Pala Kuća), vladara Anta iz grada
Kamenskom s Dona, a koji je živio 100 g. prije Krista. Od Anta nasali su
Antičići a njega je, eto, kao zadnjega u nizu zapala čast da objasni
svijetu da je pismo na pečatu iz Anaua hrvatski Risi Harahvati ili R'si
Sarasvati, kasnije nazvano hrvatska glagoljica! Tako je svjetu
neprevodiv natpis na pečatu Antičić lako preveo kao 'ŠAKI' (možda od
Šakti – boginje snage, op.Z.M.). Zanimljivo je da Antičić smatra da su
se iz 'risi harahvati' razvila najstarija poznata pisma: indijsko,
hebrejsko, etiopsko i grčko, te ih sve, usporedno i s latinicom,
prikazuje na priloženoj tablici. Imala sam čast sredinom rujna ove
godine razgovarati s g. Antičićem, koji me obavijestio i kako je u
vrijeme Jugoslavije 4 godine proveo u Indiji, da je zapravo Brahman i

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izravni potomak Saraswati! Misleći pritom, dakako, na boginju
mudrosti, sveg znanja, umjetnostii i jezika – Saraswati.

Expedition
Vols. 1–58 (1958–2016) Index

Comprehensive Listing of Articles

CONTENTS

Alphabetical by Author…………………………………………………………………………...2
Chronological by Issue…………………………………………………………………………110
Geographical Index……………………………………………………………………………..225
Africa…………………………………………………………………………………...225
North America………………………………………………………………………….228
Mesoamerica……………………………………………………………………………239
South America………………………………………………………………………….248
Asia……………………………………………………………………………………..251
Egypt……………………………………………………………………………………262
Europe and the Mediterranean………………………………………………………….268
Near East………………………………………………………………………………..287
Oceania…………………………………………………………………………………300
Miscellaneous…………………………………………………………………………..304

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Updated 1.24.17

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Expedition
Vols. 1 – 58 (1958 – 2016)

Alphabetical by Author

No Author (in chronological order)

1958 “How Is Your Museum I.Q.?” 1(1): 14, 36.

1958 “The Authors.” 1(1): 34.

1958 “Suggested Reading.” 1(1): 34.

1958 “Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; St. Lawrence
Island.” 1(1): 35-36.

1959 “Happy New Year!” 1(2): 34, 36.

1959 “Museum News: Drexel Medal Awarded to Dr. A. V. Kidder; Gordion, Turkey; ‘What in
the World?’ Returns; Coptic Art; Art of the Ancient Maya.” 1(2): 35.

1959 “The Authors.” 1(2): 36.

1959 “Suggested Reading.” 1 (2): 36.

1959 “What in the World?” 1(3): 39-40.

1959 “Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; El-Jib, Jordan.” 1(3): 40.

1959 “The Authors.” 1(3): 40.

1959 “Suggested Reading.” 1(3): 40.

1959 “Where in the World?” 1(4): 38, 40.

1959 “Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” 1(4): 38-39.

1959 “Suggested Reading.” 1(4): 39.

1959 “The Authors.” 1(4): 39-40.

1959 “Expedition News.” 2(1): 38.

1959 “The Authors.” 2(1): 39.

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1959 “Suggested Reading.” 2(1): 39.

1960 “Where in the World?” 2(2): 38-39.

1960 “Tikal: A Map of the Central Portion of a Famous Maya Ruin in the Lowlands of
Guatemala.” 2(2): insert.

1960 “The Authors.” 2(2): 39.

1960 “Suggested Reading.” 2(2): 39.

1960 “Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Shipwrecks; Plans for El-Jib 1960.” 2(3): 21.

1960 “Museum Publications.” 2(3): 21, 36.

1960 “The Authors.” 2(3): 36.

1960 “Suggested Reading.” 2(3): 36.

1960 “Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Tikal.” 2(4): 34-35.

1960 “The Authors.” 2(4): 35.

1960 “Suggested Reading.” 2(4): 35.

1960 “Expedition News: Shipwrecks; El-Jib, Jordan; Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” 3(1):
11.

1960 “The Authors.” 3(1): 40.

1960 “Suggested Reading.” 3(1): 40.

1961 “Where in the World?” 3(2): 37, 44.

1961 “The Authors.” 3(2): 44.

1961 “Suggested Reading.” 3(2): 44.

1961 “Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; Sumer and the Indus
Valley.” 3(3): 22, 36.

1961 “Suggested Reading.” 3(3): 36.

1961 “The Authors.” 3(3): 36.

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1961 “The Authors.” 3(4): 38.

1961 “Suggested Reading.” 3(4): 38.

1961 “Expedition News: The Ain Shems Collection; The Libya Expedition; Museum
Publications.” 4(1): 11, 36.

1961 “The Authors.” 4(1): 40.

1961 “Suggested Reading.” 4(1): 40.

1962 “The Authors.” 4(2): 44.

1962 “Suggested Reading.” 4(2): 44.

1962 “Field Work Around the World.” 4(3): 17-23.

1962 “The Authors.” 4(3): 40.

1962 “Suggested Reading.” 4(3): 40.

1962 “Expedition News: The Libyan Expedition; Exhibition: Underwater Archaeology;


Publications.” 4(4): 13, 46.

1962 “The Authors.” 4(4): 47.

1962 “Suggested Reading.” 4(4): 47.

1962 “The Authors.” 5(1): 44.

1963 “Expedition News.” 5(2): 33.

1963 “The Authors.” 5(2): 48.

1963 “Suggested Reading.” 5(2): inside cover.

1963 “Expedition News: South Asia; The Search for Sybaris; Gordion 1963; Cuneiform Texts;
Tikal, Guatemala; New Publication.” 6(1): 34-35, 48.

1965 “Expedition News: West Pakistan; New Publications; Further on the Debert Site.” 7(3):
48.

1966 “Expedition News.” 8(3): 32.

1967 “Expedition News: The Sillman Collection; The Kevorkian Lectures; The ‘Vanished
American’.” 9(3): 38-39.

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1968 “Expedition News: The Kevorkian Lectures.” 10(4): 34.

1975 “Bibliography.” 17(2): 38-39.

1976 “Suggested Reading.” 19(1): 55.

1977 [Special Issue Introduction.] 20(1): inside cover.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grant Applications; Museum Expeditions;


Publication; Museum Exhibition; Appointment.” 20(2): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Museum Expeditions; Museum Exhibitions;


Hellenic Cruise.” 20(3): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grant Received; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Appointment.” 20(4): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Recieved; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Hellenic Cruise; An Honor; Appointment; Retirement; Editor of Expedition.”
21(1): 2.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Museum Institute for Conservation Archaeology


(MICA); Museum Expedition; Hellenic Cruise; Grant Received; Reopening of the Elkins
Library for University Museum Archives; Museum Exhibitions; The Lucy Wharton
Drexel Medal.” 21(2): 2.

1979 “Eckley Brinton Coxe, Jr.” 21(2): 44.

1979 “The Egyptian Antiquities Organisation.” 21(2): 45.

1979 “The University Museum Expedition to Dra Abu El Naga.” 21(2): 50-51.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Appointment; Grants Received; Guatemalan


Expedition; Torre del Mordillo Published; Southeast Asia Section; Ancient Cities of the
Indus; Resignation; Note.” 21(3): 2.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Director’s Prize Award; Grant to


the Education Department; New Publications.” 21(4): 2, 47.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: The Southeast Asia Section; European


Archaeology Section; The Near Eastern Section; The Mediterranean Section; The
American Section; Exhibitions; Grant to the Education Department; Appointments.”
22(1): 2, 46-47.

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1980 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Oliver C. Colbrun, Ph.D.; The
Shadow Catcher: E. S. Curtis; A New Book; The Egyptian Section.” 22(2): 3-4.

1980 “The Pennsylvania Declaration: Decision of Curators of the University Museum


University of Pennsylvania, April 1, 1970.” 22(3): 3

1980 “The University Museum Acquisitions Policy, May 2, 1978.” 22(3): 3

1980 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Exhibitions; An Honor for Dr.
Sjoberg.” 22(4): 2.

1980 “University Museum Announcements: A Masai Exhibition; Grant to the Education


Department; African Sculpture from the University Museum Collection; A Conference on
University Museums; The International Classroom.” 23(1): 2, 47.

1980 “Bibliography.” 23(1): 45­47.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: ‘What in the World?’; Conference on work in


Eastern Europe; An NEA Grant; Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology; Book by
Gregory L. Possehl; Membership Manager.” 23(2): 2.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Field Work; Other Grants.” 23(3):
2.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: Gorman Memorial Fund; Drexel Medal Awarded.”
23(4): 4.

1984 “University Museum Research Projects.” 26(4): 48-49.

1985 “University Museum Research Projects.” 27(1): 62-63.

1986 “University Museum Research Projects.” 28(1): 63-64.

1988 “Selections from the Exhibition: ‘The Dayaks: Peoples of the Borneo Rainforest’.” 30(1):
37-44.

1988 “Chronology Table for South Central Andean Prehistory.” 30(3): 2.

1988 “Map of the Andean Region of Southern Peru and Northern Bolivia.” 30(3): 3.

1990 “About the Authors.” 32(2): 61.

1990 “About the Authors.” 32(3): 61-62.

1991 “About the Authors.” 33(1): 63-64.

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1991 “About the Authors.” 33(2): 61-62.

1991 “Sacred Protection: Shields of the Plains and Southwest in The University Museum’s
Collections.” 33(2): 30-34.

1991 “Reflections of a Digger.” 33(3): 3-4.

1991 “Cumulative Index: Expedition Magazine 1958-1990.” 33(3): 60-77.

1991 “About the Authors.” 33(3): 78-79.

1992 “About the Authors.” 34(1-2): 86-87.

1992 “About the Authors.” 34(3): 62.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(1): 64.

1993 “Introduction: Nubia: An Ancient African Civilization.” 35(2): 3.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(2): 64.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(3): 63.

1994 “Pueblo Pottery in the Collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum.”


36(1): 51-57.

1994 “About the Authors.” 36(1): 58-59.

1994 “About the Authors.” 36(2-3): 5-6.

1994 “The Ancient Greek World: The Rodney S. Young Gallery.” 36(2-3): A1-A40.

1995 “Hopi.” 37(1): 5-24.

1995 “Work by Students at Hopi Day School for the 1994 Hopi Art Fair.” 37(1): 6-14.

1995 “Zuni.” 37(1): 25-40.

1995 “Prepared Foods: Excerpted from ‘Uses of Native Materials in Zuni Pueblo,’ written by
Zuni High School English Composition students and edited by Patricia Joan Allen (Zuni,
New Mexico: Zuni High School, 1989), 52-65.” 37(1): 26-35.

1995 “Navajo.” 37(1): 41-64.

1995 “Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, Arizona.” 37(1): 54-59.

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1995 “Mescalero Apache Elementary School Basketry Project.” 37(1): 66.

1995 “Apache.” 37(1): 65-84.

1995 “Whiteriver Elementary School, Whiteriver, Arizona.” 37(1): 67-81.

1995 “Behind the Scenes: Illuminating the Past: Art and Artists of the Ban Chiang Project.”
37(2): 53-62.

1995 “About the Authors.” 37(2): 63.

1995 “Cambodia: Restoration and Revival.” 37(3): 3-5.

1995 “About the Authors.” 37(3): 63-64.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(1): 59.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(2): 63-64.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(3): 63-64.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(1): 59-60.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(2): 61-62.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(3): 63-64.

1998 “About the Authors.” 40(1): 48.

1998 “About the Authors.” 40(2): 63-64.

1998 “Faces of the Canaanites and Israelites.” 40(3): 34-35.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Mediterranean Section; Dr. Fredrik T.
Hiebert; Dr. Ezat O. Negahban; John Lambert Cotter, Ph.D.” 41(1): 6.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The International Classroom; Sara Senior;
The Women’s Committee; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” 41(2):
46-47.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: An Exchange of Museum Professionals; The
University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” 41(3): 45-46.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Bernard Wailes.” 42(1): 47.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Robert McC. Adams; F. Clark Howell;

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Suzanne Clappier; Raymond Rorke; Tours.” 42(2): 46-47.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom; Searching for
Ancient Egypt; Dr. David Silverman; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the
Road.” 42(3): 46-47.

2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Gerald Margolis; Mesoamerican
Gallery.” 43(1): 47.

2001 “What in the World?: Found! A Pair of Doves--and More...” 43(1): 48.

2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: ‘The Royal Tombs of Ur’; Dr. Fredrik
Hiebert; Dr. Charles K. Williams II; Ida Goldstein; Virginia Greene; Dr. Jeremy A.
Sabloff.” 43(2): 46-47.

2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Collections Management Internship Program;
Molly Greenfield; Christina Pappas; Gina Spezialetti; Sara Summers; International
Classroom.” 43(3): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Keith DeVries; International Classroom;
Philadelphia History Exhibitions Initiative; Andrew N. Farnese.” 44(1): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined: The Etruscans, Greeks,
and Romans; Opening Celebrations for the Mainwaring Wing, Stoner Courtyard,
Trescher Entrance, and Annette Merle-Smith Gallery; Jeremy A. Sabloff, the Williams
Director; The Friends of Ban Chiang; The University Museum’s Mobile Guides; Dr. Zahi
Hawass.” 44(2): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Near Eastern Section; World
Intertwined; E-Musings.” 44(3): 47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Among the Masai; Welcoming Reception for
International Students; A Fascinating (Behind-the-Exhibits) Fact; The 3rd Annual Robert
Burns Lunch.” 45(1): 46-47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined; Unique Exhibit on
Prehistoric Metallurgy Installed in Thailand; News from the American Section; Is It Real
or Fake?; Tikal Digital Access Project (TDAP).” 45(2): 46-47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, and Projects: Fare Project Gets Under Way; The
Mediterranean Section Received an $18,000 Grant.” 45(3): 47.

2004 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Vagabond Acting Troupe; UPM Researcher
Tracks Changing Global Culture of the Latter-day Saints; Reflection from the Welcoming
Reception for International Students and Scholars; Conservation Grant for Maya
Polychrome Vessels.” 46(1): 46-47.

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2004 “Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Collections Move Project, Civic Center
Collections Project, Tlingit Visits, Once Again the Museum is First in the Field, From the
Women’s Committee.” 46(2): 46-47.

2004 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Endowments, Contributions, and Grants; The
Jeremy A. Sabloff Keeper of the American Section; Olympics Web Journal; Maya
Chocolate and Precious Delights; Arts and Culture at Penn.” 46(3): 42-43.

2005 “Musuem Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Thai Archaeology Challenge II (TAC-II);
Warden Garden Re-Opening; New Fieldwork in Laos; Pakistan in World-Historical
Context; Museum Café Donates Proceeds to Tsunami Relief; FBI Art Theft Training at
the Museum; Archaeochemistry and Ancient Chinese Fermented Beverages.” 47(1): 42-
43.

2005 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Travel the Trade Routes/Find Trade Goods to
“Treasure”; Chama Polychrome Pottery Conservation Presentation; Visiting Iranian
Scholar; Penn Museum Launches NAGPRA Website; John Harris, Museum Volunteer
and Maya Glypher Extraordinaire Honored.” 47(2): 42-43.

2005 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Prudential Foundation Grant Helps Students
“Meet the World; Penn Museum Hosts Live Demonstration of Internet2; Maya Shamans,
Magic Heroes, and Spirit Healers; Gastronomica Toscana: Italian Food Culture and the
Mediterranean Diet; Research Partnership with Santa Clara Pueblo.” 47(3): 46-47.

2006 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Announces Architect for
Master Plan; A ‘Treasures’ Check for the Penn Museum; Tlingit Requests; American
Section Purchase; Detective Party: Real or Fake? Egyptian-Style.” 48(1): 44-45.

2006 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Treasures . . . From the Silk Road to the
Santa Fe Trail; The 21st Century Campaign: Preserving the Past, Endowing the Future.”
48(2): 44.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Tlingit Basketmaker and Weaver Visits
Museum; The Women’s Committee Presents a Check; Director’s Award for Exceptional
Achievement; ARCE-Pennsylvania Enhances the Museum’s “Year of Egypt”; Penn
Museum Thanks Amarna Exhibit Supporters; Museum Archaeobotanist Selected as
Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer; International Classroom Hosts Reception; Mapping
Mongolia Conference.” 49(1): 43-45.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom Shines Again;
Lapithos Reconsidered; Treasures Galore!; Volunteer Luncheon 2007; Immigration and
Customs Enforcement Training.” 49(2): 46-47.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: American Section Receives IMLS Grant;
Richard Hodges Becomes Penn Museum’s New Director; NSF Awards Grant to Museum

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Researcher; Special Thanks to Annette Merle-Smith.” 49(3): 42-43.

2008 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom 
Receives Subaru Grant; Longtime Museum Mobile Guide Retires; National 
Geographic Supports Study of Monogamous Monkeys; Penn Museum Features 
Hype at Events.” 50(1): 44­45.

2008   “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Rohm and Haas Partnership; Alumni Award 
of Merit for Museum Researcher; Museum Curator Wins Penn Teaching Award; 
Treasures Galore!; Penn Museum’s Innu Collections on Canadian Website.” 50(2): 44­45

2008 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Receives Planning Grant from
National Endowment for the Humanities; Penn Museum Receives Challenge Grant from 
Henry Luce Foundation.” 50(3): 48.

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Young Friends Offer Fresh Perspective on 
Museum’s Collections and Research; Archaeobotanical Research in MASCA; Visitors 
from Orvieto, Italy; Marilyn Bridges: The Sacred and the Secular; Conference Highlights
75th Anniversary of the Penn Museum’s Excavations in Cyrus; New Lecture Series 
Highlights ‘Great Sites’ Excavated by the Penn Museum; Penn Museum Student 
Advisory Board; New Overseers Join the Penn Museum Board; Penn Museum Advisory 
Board.” 51(1): 57­60. 

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum is More Fun When You Sleep 
Over!; Great Discoveries in 2009­2010, Loa P. Traxler Appointed the Andrew W. Mellon
Associate Deputy Director; Museum Curator Awarded J.C. Harrington Medal; Penn 
Museum Welcomes New Overseer; Recent Awards from NEH, NEA, and IMLS; Penn 
Museum Launches Audio Tour.” 51(2): 45­47. 

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Hosts Undergraduate 
Research Fellows; Iraq’s Ancient Past at the Penn Museum; Philagrafika 2010 Presents 
What in the World at the Penn Museum.” 51(3): 46­47. 

2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: George Bass Awarded Lucy Wharton Drexel 
Medal; Penn Museum Hosts Soldiers from Fort Dix; New Overseer Joins the Penn 
Museum Board; G. Roger Edwards (1914­2009); Group Visits Painted Metaphors; 
Teachers’ Workshop at the Penn Museum; Museum Awarded Grant from the William 
Penn Foundation.” 52(1): 46­48. 

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2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Egyptologist David Silverman Honored in 
Cairo; Ban Chiang Project Honored at Thailand Museum Opening; Tang Horse Reliefs 
Reinstalled in Chinese Rotunda.” 52(2): 46­47.

2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Gift from Euseba and Warren Kamensky 
Endows Nagpra Postion; Penn Museum Co­Hosts International Workshop on Southeast 
Asian Ceramic Archaeology.” 52(3): 54. 

2011 “Collection Notes: The Museum’s Online Searchable Database.” 53(3): 44.

2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(1): 45­48. 

2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(2): 46­47. 

2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(3): 46­47.

2012 “Sub­Saharan Africa: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 22­23.

2012 “North America: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 24.

2012  “Mesoamerica: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 25.

2012 “South America: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 26.

2012 “Asia: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 27­28.

2012 “Babylonia: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 29.

2012 “Egypt: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 30­32.

2012 “Europe: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 33.

2012 “Historical Anthropology: 125th Anniversary Isssue.” 54(1): 34­35.

2012 “Mediterranean: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 36­38.

2012 “Near East: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 39­41.

2012 “Oceania: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 42­43.

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2012 “Physical Anthropology: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(1): 44­45.

2012 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 54(1): 46­48.

2013 “Around the World.” 55(2): 8.

2013 “In the Galleries.” 55(2): 4.

2013 “Museum Events.” 55(2): 6.

2013 “Around the World.” 55(2): 8.

2013 “Museum Mosaic.” 55(1): 6.

2013 “Member News.” 55(2): 33.

2013 “Museum Mosaic.” 55(2): 37.

2013 “Scholarship: Recent Work.” 55(2):46.

2014 “In the Galleries.” 56(1): 6.

2014 “Member News.” 56(1): 59.

2014 “Museum Mosaic.” 56(1): 63.

2014 “In the Galleries.” 56(2): 6.

2014 “Museum Events.” 56(2): 7.

2014 “Member News.” 56(2): 37.

2014 “Museum News.” 56(2): 50.

2014 “In the Galleries.” 56(3): 6.

2014 “Museum Events.” 56(3): 7.

2014 “Around the World.” 56(3): 8-14.

2014 “Beneath the Surface: Peopling the Past: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of
Beneath the Surface: Life, Death, and Gold in Ancient Panama.” 56(3): 19-25.

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2014 “Member News.” 56(3): 50-53.

2014 “Museum News.” 56(3): 54-58.

2014 “Scholarship: Recent Work.” 56(3): 62-63.

2014 “Looking Back.” 56(3): 64.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(1): 4.

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(1): 5.

2015 “Member News.” 57(1): 54-56.

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(1): 57.

2015 “Museum News.” 57(1): 60-62.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(2): 4.

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(2): 5.

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(2): 37-42.

2015 “Member News.” 57(2): 43-45.

2015 “Museum News.” 57(2): 49-53.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(3): 4-5.

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(3): 6.

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(3): 7-8.

2015 “Member News.” 57(3): 75-77.

2015 “Museum News.” 57(3): 78-83.

2016 “In the Galleries.” 58(1): 4.

2016 “Museum Events.” 58(1): 5.

2016 “Member News.” 58(1): 48-51.

2016 “Museum News.” 58(1): 52-59.

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2016 “Museum Events.” 58(2): 4.

2016 “In the Galleries.” 58(2): 4.

2016 “Member News.” 58(2): 56-58.

2016 “Museum News.” 58(2): 59-64.

2016 “The New Penn Museum: Building Transformation.” 58(3): 4-5

2016 “In the Galleries.” 58(3): 6.

2016 “Museum Events.” 58(3): 7.

2016 “Global Classroom.” 58(3): 48-49.

2016 “Member News.” 58(3): 54-58.

2016 “Museum News.” 58(3): 59-61.

2016 “Looking Ahead.” 58(3): 62-63.

2016 “Looking Back.” 58(3): 64.

Abercrombie, John R.
1978 “Egyptian Papyri: The University Museum’s Collection of Papyri and Related
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Abramson, Robert
1980 “The Big Drum in the Big City: Creole Enculturation in the Pan West-Indian
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Abu-Dayyeh, Nabil. See Nagy, Sharon

Ackerman, Robert
1959 “Siberians of the New World: An Archaeologist Spends the Summer on St.
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Adams, William Y.
1993 “Medieval Nubia: Another Golden Age.” 35(2): 28-39.

Adelman, Fred

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1961 “The American Kalmyks.” 3(4): 26-33.

Adelman, Jean
2005 “Portrait: Frederica De Laguna: Honorary Curator, American Section.” 47(2): 8.

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Alarcon, Tessa de and Sara Levin


2014 “Conserving the Past: Conservation Fellows Evaluate Cypriot Artifacts.” 56(3):
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1987 “Tubuan: Masks and Men in Southern New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.” 29(1):
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Albertson, Karla Klein


1983 “The Return of the University Museum Demeter: A Greek Goddess Attempts to
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1962 “Recent Advances in Palestinian Archaeology.” 5(1): 4-9.

Aldenderfer, Mark
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Aldenderfer, Mark, and Holley Moyes


2005 “In the Valley of the Eagle: Zhang-zhung, Kyunglung, and the Pre-Buddhist Sites
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1968 “Alaska: Archaeology in the Atigun Valley.” 11(1): 35-37.

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Allen, Susan Heuck
2015 “Portrait: Rodney Young’s Other Career.” 57(3): 69-71.

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1983 “Early Italian Pottery: Five Vessels from a Neolithic Household in Calabria.”
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Amrhein, Anastasia, Patricia Kim, Lucas Stephens, and Jane Hickman


2015 “The Myth of Midas’ Golden Touch.” 57(3): 53-56.

Amrhein, Anastasia, Sophie Crawford Waters, Sam Holzman, and Kurtis Tanaka
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2003 “Landscapes of Ancestors: Early Iron Age Hillforts and Their Mound
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1961 “Easter Eggs and Easter Bread of Southeastern Pennsylvania.” 3(3): 24-33.

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Ashley, Sonya
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Ashmead, Ann

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1978 “Greek Cats: Exotic Pets Kept by Rich Youths in Fifth Century B.C. Athens, as
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Ashmead, Ann H. See Phillips, Kyle M.

Ashmore, Wendy
1980 “The Classic Maya Settlement at Quirigua: Recent Agricultural Activities Have
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1980 “Discovering Early Classic Quirigua: A Unique Opportunity to Examine an
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Aveni, Anthony F.
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Avery, Emerson
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Azoy, Whitney
2003 “Masood’s Parade: Iconography, Revitilization, and Ethnicity in Afghanistan.”
45(1): 39-45.

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2007 “Science & Archaeology: Imaging Ur’s Sacrificial Dead” An Archaeological
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Badler, Virginia R. See McGovern, Patrick E.

Bahrami, Beebe. See Borgstede, Greg

Bahrami, Beebe
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2002 “From the Editor.” 44(3): 2.
2003 “The Modern Celts of Northern Spain.” 45(1): 32-38.
2003 “From the Editor.” 45(3): 3.
2004 “From the Editor.” 46(1): 3.
2006 “Book News & Reviews: Bear Daughter” 48(1): 37.
2013 “Past/Present: Overwhelmed by Time.” 55(2): 7.

Bahrami, Beebe, and Naomi F. Miller


2003 “Film & Culture: Of Wives and Men: Two Debuts from the 12th Philadelphia
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Bald, Irene. See White, Donald

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1974 “Children’s Games.” 17(1): 21-23.

Barbash, Ilisa
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Barker, Graeme
2005 “Burial Rituals of Prehistoric Forager-Farmers: The Neolithic Cemeteries of Niah
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Barnes, Sandra J. and Paula Ben-Amos


1983 “Benin, Oyo, and Dahomey: Warfare, State Building, and the Sacralization of
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Barone, Joseph A.
1960 “Patterns in Music.” 3(1): 29-31.

Barringer, Brandon
1960 “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 1: The Search.” 3(1): 2-6.

Bass, George F.
1961 “A Bronze Age Shipwreck.” 3(2): 2-11.
1966 “Troy and Ur: Gold Links Between Two Ancient Capitals.” 8(4): 26-39.
1968 “The Turkish Aegean: Proving Ground for Underwater Archaeology.” 10(3): 2-
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2007 “Nautical Archaeology: From Its Beginnings at Penn to Today’s INA.” 49(2): 36-
44.

Bass, George F. and Laurence T. Joline


1968 “Problems of Deep Wreck Identification.” 11(1): 9-12.

Bass, George F. and Lloyd P. Wells


1965 “The Museum Assembles a Fleet: Two Views.” 7(2): 19-30.

Bassiakos, Yannis, See Hayden, Barbara J.

Batiuk, Stephen, and Mitchell S. Rothman.


2007 “Early Transcausaian Cultures and Their Neighbors: Unravelling Migration,
Trade, and Assimilation.” 49(1): 7-17.

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Beaudry, Marilyn P., J. Mark Kenoyer and Rita P. Wright
1987 “Traditional Potters of India: Ethnoarchaeological Observations in America.”
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Beck, Nanibaa
2007 “REU Student: Nanibaa Beck.” 49(3): 33-34.

Becker, Marshall Joseph


1985 “Lacrosse: Political Organization in North America as Reflected in Athletic
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Becker, Suzanne Sheehan


2002 “From the Director for Development.” 44(1): 2.

Bedal, Leigh-Ann
2000 “Paradise Found: Petra’s Urban Oasis.” 42(2): 23-36.

Beetz, Carl P.
1980 “Caracol Thirty Years Later: A Preliminary Account of Two Rulers.” 22(3): 4-11.

Begley, Vimala. See Begley, Vimala S.

Begley, Vimala S.
1966 “The Ganga-Yamuna Basin in the First Millennium B.C.” 9(1): 40-44.
1967 “Archaeological Exploration in Northern Ceylon.” 9(4): 20-29.
1986 “Rouletting and Chattering: Decoration on Ancient and Present-Day Pottery in
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Behrman, Carolyn
2004 “‘The Culture of Reading’ in a Public School: Ethnography, Service-Learning,
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Beit-Arieh, Itzhak
1978 “A Canaanite Site Near Sheikh Mukhsen: Recent Discoveries in Southern Sinai.”
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Bell, Ellen E., Robert J. Sharer, David W. Sedat, Marcello A. Canuto and Lynn A. Grant
2000 “The Margarita Tomb at Copan, Honduras: A Research Update.” 42(3): 21-25.

Bell, Ellen E., Loa P. Traxler, David W. Sedat and Robert J. Sharer
1999 “Uncovering Copan’s Earliest Royal Tombs.” 41(2): 29-35.

Bell, Lanny

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1968 “The Work of the University Museum at Thebes.” 10(2): 38-47.
1969 “Return to Dra Abu el-Naga.” 11(3): 26-37.
1973 “In the Tombs of the High Priests of Amun.” 15(2): 17-27.

Ben-Amos, Paula. See Barnes, Sandra J.

Bendiner, Alfred
1960 “An Archaeologist’s Sketchbook.” 3(1): 13-24.

Benson, Jack L. See Fay, Temple

Berges, Dietrich
1999 “Hidden Treasures from the Vault: Engraved Gems from the Maxwell
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Berman, Judith
1998 “Building a Collection: Native Californian Basketry at the University of
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Bernstein, Bruce
1994 “Pueblo Potters, Museum Curators, and Santa Fe’s Indian Market.” 36(1): 14-23.

Berthoud, Thierry. See Cleuziou, Serge

Betancourt, Philip P. See Pareja, Marie Nicole.

Betancourt, Philip P.
1969 “The Age of Homer: An Exhibition of Geometric and Orientalizing Greek Art.”
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1990 “The Stone Vessels of Pseira.” 32(3): 15-21.

Betancourt, Philip P., Betancourt, Philip P., Mary G. Ciaccio, Brigit Crowell, Jean M. Donohoe,
and R. Curtis Green.
1983 “Ceramic Stands: A Group of Domestic and Ritual Objects from Crete and the
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Bianchi, Giovinna
2011 “The Silver Rush in Tuscany’s Wild West: Medieval Archaeology in the Metal
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Biddle, Martin
1977 “New Directions...The Director Writes.” 20(1): 2.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(2): 2.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(3): 3.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(4): 3.

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1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(1): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(2): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(3): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(4): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(1): 3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(3): 2-3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(2): 2.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(4): 3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 23(1): 3.
1981 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 23(2): 3.
1981 “New Directions.” 23(3): 3.

Biddle, Martin and Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle


1980 “England’s Premier Abbey: The Medieval Chapter House of St. Albans Abbey,
and its Excavation in 1978.” 22(2): 17-32.

Bilde, Pia Guldager


1998 “‘Those Nemi Sculptures...’: Marbles from a Roman Sanctuary in the University
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Binford, Lewis R.
1991 “A Corporate Caribou Hunt: Documenting the Archaeology of Past Lifeways.”
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Birmingham, Judy
1967 “Pottery Making in Andros.” 10(1): 33-39.

Blakely, Jeffrey A. and James A. Sauer


1985 “The Road to Wadi al-Jubah: Archaeology on the Ancient Spice Route in
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Blinman, Eric
1993 “Anasazi Pottery: Evolution of a Technology.” 35(1): 14-22.

Blitz, John H. See DeBoer, Warren R.

Blitzer, Harriet
1990 “Pastoral Life in the Mountains of Crete: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective.”
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Bloom, Marcia. See White, Donald

Boardman, John
1979 “The Athenian Pottery Trade: The Classical Period.” 21(4): 33-39.

Bogucki, Peter

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1986 “The Antiquity of Dairying in Temperate Europe.” 28(2): 51-58.

Bogucki, Peter; Fisher, Genevieve; Hicks, Ron; Johnston, Susan A.; McCulloch, Tom; Stuckert,
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2012 “Portraits: Remembering Bernard Wailes.” 54(2): 4.

Bondioli, L. See Vidale, M.

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Bongard-Levin, Gregory M. and Yuri G. Vinogradov


1994 “The Northern Black Sea Coast in Classical Antiquity: New Discoveries.”
36(2-3): 3-4.

Borgstede, Greg
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Borgstede, Greg. See Wegner, Jennifer Houser.

Borgstede, Greg, Beebe Bahrami, and Vanessa Smith


2005 “Book News & Reviews: The Maya, Pashtun, and Egypt.” 47(2): 40-41.

Borgstede, Greg, Benjamin Porter, and James R. Mathieu


2006 “Book News & Reviews: Ec(k)s Marks the Spot?” 48(3): 42-43.

Bothmer, Bernard V.
1982 “On Realism in Egyptian Funerary Sculpture of the Old Kingdom.” 24(2): 27-39.

Bowden, David
1995 “Angkor: Planning for Sustainable Tourism.” 37(3): 31-42.

Bowden, Mark. See Steve Ford

Bowes, Kim.
2011 “From the Guest Editor: Reimaging Ancient Italy: New Directions in Italian
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Bowes, Kim, Marielena Ghisleni, Cam Grey, and Emanuele Vaccaro.


2011 “Excavating the Roman Peasant.” 53(2): 4-12.

Bowser, Brenda J.
2004 “The Amazonian House: A Place of Women’s Politics, Pottery, and Prestige.”
46(2): 18-23.

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Brady, James E. See Moyes, Holley

Braidwood, Robert J.
1986 “Introduction: The Origin and Growth of a Research Focus--Agricultural
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Brandt, E. N.
1960 “Why I Am a Mummy Duster.” 2(4): 30-31.

Brewster, Paul G.
1977 “The Strange Practice of Firewalking.” 19(3): 43-47.

Brice, William C.
1959 “What the British are Doing.” 2(1): 28-33.

Bridgman, Charles F.
1973 “The Radiography of Museum Objects.” 15(3): 2-14.

Brogan, Thomas M. See Pareja, Marie Nicole.

Brooks, George. See Schwartz, Jay

Brown, Donald E.
1988 “Tribe-Sultanate Relationships: Traditional Patterns of Rule in Brunei.” 30(1): 45-
50.

Brown, Donald Freeman


1963 “In Search of Sybaris: 1962.” 5(2): 40-47.

Brown, Donald N.
1991 “Indians, Feathers, and the Law in Western Oklahoma.” 33(2): 22-29.

Brown, W. Norman
1964 “The Indian Games of Pachisi, Chaupar, and Chausar.” 6(3): 32-35.

Brownlee, Ann Blair. See Evers, Charles A.

Brownlee, Ann Blair


2005 “What Was There Before the Museum?” 47(1): 32-37.
2009 “His Golden Touch: The Gordion Drawings of Piet de Jong.” 51(2): 39­44. 

Brownlee, Ann Blair, and David B. Brownlee
2008 “Exhibit Notes: Penn in the World.” 50(1): 36­41. 

Brownlee, Ann Blair and Lynn Makowsky

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2015 “…Very Best Inspirations of the Past”: The Wanamaker Bronzes.” 57(1): 43-47.

Brownlee, Ann Blair and Jean MacIntosh Turfa


2001 “What in the World?: Etruscan Sandals: Fancy Footwear from the Sixth Century
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Brownlee, David B. See Brownlee, Ann Blair

Bruchac, Margaret M. “New Native American Studies Initiative at Penn.” 55(3): 38-39.

Buchner, Giorgio
1966 “Pithekoussai: Oldest Greek Colony in the West.” 8(4): 4-12.

Bull, Richard C.
1965 “The Metamorphosis of One Collector.” 7(3): 38-47.

Bulling, A. Gutkind
1972 “Archaeological Excavation in China, 1949-1966.” 14(4): 2-12.
1972 “Archaeological Excavations in China, 1966-1971.” 15(1): 22-39.
1977 “A Late Shang Place of Sacrifice and its Historical Significance.” 19(4): 4-11.
1978 “Ancient Chinese Maps: Two Maps Discovered in a Han Dynasty Tomb from the
Second Century B.C.” 20(2): 16-25.

Bullitt, John M. See Throckmorton, Peter

Bunker, Emma C. and Joseph Ternbach


1970 “A Variation of the ‘Lost-Wax’ Process.” 12(3): 41-43.

Burling, Robbins
1961 “Boys of the Yellow Robe.” 3(3): 2-13.

Burt, Ben
1990 “Kwara’ae Costume Ornaments: A Solomon Islands Art Form.” 32(1): 3-15.

Burton, Holly
1979 “The Arrival of the Celts in Ireland: Archaeology and Linguistics.” 21(3): 16-22.

Buttrey, T. V.
1992 “The Coins and the Cult.” 34(1-2): 59-66.

Cahail, Kevin M.
2014 “Taking It with You: The South Abydos Tomb Census.” 56(1): 32-35.
2014 “Their Memory Lives On: Domestic Funerary Commemoration at Wah-sut.”

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56(1): 36-38.

Cahail, Kevin M. & Josef Wegner


2014 “Ancient Reuse: The Discovery of a Royal Sarcophagus Chamber.” 56(1): 19-23.

Cain, Tiffany
2016 “Book News and Reviews: Returning to the Study of Things.” 58(1): 46.

Callender, Jr., Donald W. See Puleston, Dennis E.

Cameron, Catherine M.
1993 “Introduction: Recent Research in the Prehistoric Southwest.” 35(1): 3.
1993 “Photographic Analysis: A Study of Architectural Change at Oraibi Pueblo.”
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Cammann, Schuyler V. R.
1977 “The Cult of the Jambiya: Dagger Wearing in Yemen.” 19(2): 27-34.
1980 “A Rare ‘Jade’ Book: A Manchu Emperor’s Edict Carved on Panels of Jade.”
22(3): 27-33.

Campana, Stefano, Michelle Hobart, Richard Hodges, Adriann de Svastich, and Jennifer
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2011 “In Search of San Pietro d’Asso.” 53(1):30-35.

Canby, Jeanny Vorys


1987 “A Monumental Puzzle: Reconstructing the Ur-Nammu Stela.” 29(1): 54-64.

Carlevato, Denise
1988 “Late Ceramics from Pucara, Peru: An Indicator of Changing Site Function.”
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Carpenter, Rhys
1959 “The Clue of the Missing Feet.” 2(1): 34-37.

Carter, Elizabeth and Matthew Stolper


1976 “Middle Elamite Malyan.” 18(2): 33-42.

Carter, Theresa Howard


1960 “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 2: The Discovery.” 3(1): 7-10.
1963 “Reconnaissance in Cyrenaica.” 5(3): 18-27.
1964 “Early Assyrians in the Sinjar.” 7(1): 34-42.
1970 “The Stone Spirits.” 12(3): 22-40.

Casson, Lionel
1979 “Traders and Trading: Classical Athens.” 21(4): 25-32.

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Chan, Mandy
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Chance, Karen. See White, Donald

Chang, Cheng-mei
1989 “Chinese Writing: A System of Characters Rich in Structural Diversity.” 31(1):
40-51.

Charoenwongsa, Pisit
1982 “Ban Chiang in Retrospect: What the Expedition Means to Archaeologists and the
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Charoenwongsa, Pisit. See Gorman, Chester

Chase, Arlen F. and Diane Z. Chase


1983 “Intensive Gardening Among the Late Classic Maya: A Possible Example at
Ixtutz, Guatemala.” 25(3): 2-11.

Chase, Diane Z. See Chase, Arlen F.

Chase, Philip. See Chase, Philip G.

Chase, Philip G.
1987 “The Cult of the Cave Bear: Prehistoric Rite or Scientific Myth?” 29(2): 4-11.
1992 “Introduction.” 34(3): 3.
1992 “What Were the Ice Ages?” 34(3): 4-13.
1992 “Language in the Ice Ages: When Did Europeans First Speak?” 34(3): 52-61.

Chase, Philip, and Theodore G. Schurr


2004 “Book News & Reviews: Evolution and the Peopling of the Americas.” 46(2): 44-
45.

Chávez, Karen L. Mohr


1969 “Excavations in the Cuzco-Puno Area of Southern Highland Peru.” 11(2): 48-51.
1988 “About This Issue.” 30(3): 1.
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1988 “The Significance of Chiripa in Lake Titicaca Basin Developments.” 30(3): 17-
26.

Chávez, Karen L. Mohr. See Chávez, Sergio J.

Chávez, Sergio J.
1988 “Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Province of Chumbivilcas, South
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Chávez, Sergio J. and Karen L. Mohr Chávez
1970 “Newly Discovered Monoliths from the Highlands of Puno, Peru.” 12(4): 25-39.

Cheng, Fangyi
2016 “Chinese Nomadic Art and the Journey to Collect: The Legacy of the Mayer 
Collection.” 58(3): 8­19

Chiang, Bien D.
1986 “Paiwan Qeluz: A Carved Slate Pillar from Taiwan.” 28(3): 46-53.

Chiappardi, Jennifer
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Clarke, Arthur C.
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1982 “Early Tin in the Near East: A Reassessment in the Light of New Evidence from
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1959 “Tikal 1959.” 1(4): 7-11.
1961 “A Sculpture from Mexico.” 3(4): 10-11.
1965 “Tikal: Ten Years of Study of a Mayan Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala.”
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Coe, William R. and John J. McGinn


1963 “Tikal: The North Acropolis and an Early Tomb.” 5(2): 24-32.

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1967 “A Habitation Area of Thurii.” 9(3): 30-38.
1976 “A Return to Sybaris.” 18(2): 2-13.

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Cool, Hilary E.M.
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1967 “Yengema Cave.” 9(3): 8-18.
1968 “Excavations at Yengema Cave, Sierra Leone.” 11(1): 46-47.

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1963 “Assorted Errors in Art Collecting.” 6(1): 20-27.

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1982 “Chachet Baining Art: In a Day and Night Dance Celebration at Walmatki Village
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Cosay, Bennett
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1960 “Digging an Historical Shrine: Philadelphia’s Independence Park.” 2(3): 28-32.
1985 “The History of Sporting America: Philadelphia Pastimes.” 27(2): 57-61.
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Crawford, Vaughn E.
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1959 “Once and Again.” 1(2): 14-17.
1959 “Ancient and Primitive Art in Philadelphia Collections.” 1(4): 19-21.
1960 “The Pink People.” 2(3): 33-35.
1960 “A Pair of Twins.” 3(1): 12.
1961 “A Mask of Turtle Shell.” 3(4): 23.

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1962 “Amelia Edwards and the New Aswan Dam.” 4(3): 24-27.
1962 “Take the Chair.” 4(4): 20-23.
1963 “Discoveries at Cyrene.” 5(3): 28-31.
1964 “An Ashanti Soul-Washer Badge.” 6(2): 10-13.
1964 “Some Frit from Northern Mesopotamia.” 7(1): 43-44.
1970 “Alfred Bendiner and Iraq.” 12(3): 14-16.
1973 “Gold Beads from the Gold Coast.” 15(3): 25-29.

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1962 “A Search for Ancient Seaports.” 4(2): 2-10, 44.
1964 “The Mythical Massacre at Mohenjo-Daro.” 6(3): 36-43.
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1968 “The South Asia Section.” 11(1): 38-45.

Dales, George F. and Louis Flam


1969 “On Tracking Woolly Kullis and the Like.” 12(1): 15-23.

Dales, George F. and Jonathan Mark Kenoyer


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Dani, Ahmad Hasan


1975 “Origins of Bronze Age Cultures in the Indus Basin: A Geographic Perspective.”
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1969 “The Exotic Sources of Gauguin’s Art.” 11(4): 16-26.

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2005 “What in the World: A Ritual Vessel in a Maya Cave: Chocolate-Loving
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2006 “Portrait: Caroline Dosker: She Dusted the Mummies.” 48(1): 7.
2008 “Field Experience: Treasure in the Stable: The Long Lost Papers of Robert
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2009 “From the Guest Editor.” 51(1): 3.
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2014 “Modelling Gordion’s Citadel.” 56(2): 22-23.

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1964 “Hawaiian Feudalism.” 6(2): 14-27.
1964 “Marshall Islands Cartography.” 6(4): 10-13.
1964 “Sculpture from La Grande Terre.” 7(1): 2-19.
1968 “Sculpture of the Eastern Solomons.” 10(2): 4-25.
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1968 “Archaeological Reconnaissance in Cameroon.” 10(3): 21-31.
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1971 “Cerro Brujo: A Tiny Guaymi Hamlet of the Past.” 13(2): 27-35.

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2002 “What in the World?: Learning More About Neandertals: A Newly Discovered
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1975 “Bislama: Pidgin English in the New Hebrides.” 17(3): 27-32.

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1988 “Ibanic Textile Weaving: Its Enchantment in Social and Religious Practices.”
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1959 “An Iranian Drinking Vessel.” 1(2): 18-19.
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1961 “A Visit to a Chittagong Hill Tribe.” 3(4): 12-22.
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1983 “Volunteers.” 25(2): 47.
1986 “Introduction.” 28(3): 2.
1988 “Where in the World?” 30(2): 1.
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Easby, Elizabeth Kennedy


1972 “Seafarers and Sculptors of the Caribbean.” 14(3): 2-10.

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1979 “The Mediterranean Market: Aspects of Trade in Classical Times: Introduction.”
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1972 “Flight 857.” 15(1): 9.

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1964 “Lacrosse and the Cayuga Thunder Rite.” 6(4): 14-19.
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Forbes, Hamish A. and Lin Foxhall
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Forbes, Mary Clark


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Furst, Jill Leslie McKeever
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Gibson, McGuire
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1981 “The Ancient Art and Craft of the Lapidary.” 24(1): 4.

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1983 “The Women’s Committee: Its History, Aims, and Accomplishments.” 25(4):
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2003 “From the Issue Editor.” 45(1): 3.
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Harris, Michael, Valentina L. Martinez, Wm. Jerald Kennedy, Charles Roberts, and James
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Hedrick, John D. and Karen Goodrich-Hedrick


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2003 “Hands that Remember: An Ethnographic Approach to Everyday Cooking.”
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Hickman, Jane
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2009 “From the Editor.” 51(3): 3.
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(1): 2.
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(2): 2.
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(3): 2.
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2013 “Treasure Beneath the Floor.” 55(1): 41.
2013 “From the Editor: A New Expedition.” 55(2): 2
2014 “From the Editor: Expedition Travels the World.” 56(2): 2.
2014 “From the Editor: A Research Institution.” 56(3): 2.
2015 “From the Editor.” 57(1): 3.
2015 “From the Editor.” 57(2): 2.
2015 “From the Editor.” 57(3): 2.
2016    “From the Editor.” 58(1): 2.
2016    “From the Editor.” 58(2): 2.
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1982 “Prehistoric Man and His Environment: Evidence from the Ban Chiang Faunal
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Hill, Robert M., II


1982 “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
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1982 “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
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Hitchcock, Michael
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2008 “From the Director: Giving to the Museum.” 50(1): 3.
2008 “From the Director: The Museum in a “Flat” World.” 50(2): 3.
2008 “From the Director: Fifty Years On.” 50(3): 3. 
2009 “From the Director: A New Position to Help Define a New Age.” 51(1): 2.
2009 “From the Director: King Midas and Rodney Young.” 51(2): 2.
2009 “From the Director: Creating a Sustainable Butrint.” 51(3): 3. 
2009 “ Nikita Khrushchev’s Visit to Butrint: May 1959.” 51(3): 24-26.
2010 “Book News & Reviews: Off the Beaten Path in England and Spain.” 52(1): 44­
45. 
2010 “From the Director: Birthe Kjølbye­Biddle (15 July 1941­16 January 2010.” 
52(1): 3. 
2010 “From the Director: Introducing Penn Undergraduates to Archaeology.” 52(2): 3. 
2010 “From the Director: Extraordinary Discoveries along the Silk Road.” 52(3): 3.
2011 see Campana, Stefano
2011 “From the Director: Penn Museum and Afghanistan.” 53(1): 3.
2011 “From the Director: Penn Museum and Italy.” 53(2): 2.
2011 “From the Director: Imagine Africa with the Penn Museum.” 53(3): 3.
2012 “From the Director: The Wonders of Copan at the Penn Museum.” 54(1): 3.
2013 “Book News & Reviews: Rodney Young, His noblesse oblige, and the OSS in
Greece. 55(3): 42­43.

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Holzman, Sam. See Amrhein, Anastasia.

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1987 “The Brasscasters of Dariapur, West Bengal: Artisans in a Changing World.”
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1991 “Introduction: What is Ethnoarchaeology?” 33(1): 3.
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1959 “Tiwi Burial Poles as Sculpture.” 2(1): 14-16.

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Hughes, Heather
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1962 “The Pottery of the Old Testament.” 5(1): 36-41.
1965 “A Milestone in Palestinian Archaeology.” 7(4): 34-38.
1974 “Stone Knobs and Chariot Tracks.” 16(3): 31-39.
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55.

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Jardine, Pamela Hearne


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Jessup, Timothy C. and Andrew P. Vayda


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Johnston, Francis E., Richard L. Jantz and Geoffrey F. Walker
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2014 “New Acquisitions: An Elamite Inscribed Brick & the William L. Potter and
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Kaiser, Timothy, and Stašo Forenbaher
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Katz, Adria H.
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2001 “Decorated Canoe Prow-boards from the Trobriand Islands.” 43(2): 38-40.
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Katz, Adria H., and Jennifer L. White


1997 “Behind the Scenes: Betel Chewing Paraphenalia from Asia and the Pacific.”
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Katz, Solomon H.
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Katz, Solomon H. and Mary M. Voigt


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1978 “Canaanite Aphek: Its Acropolis and Inscriptions.” 20(4): 12-17.

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1985 “‘To Play Properly with a Glass Ball’: An Unusual Object in The University
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2013 “Book News & Reviews: The Incas.” 55(2): 44.

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1976 “University Museum-Thai Fine Arts Department Northeast Thailand
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1977 [Editorial] 19(2): inside cover.
1977 “Editorial.” 19(4): 2-3.
1978 “Ancient Cartography: Man’s Earliest Attempts to Represent His World.” 20(2):
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1964 “Ancient Safety Pins: Their Function and Significance.” 6(2): 34-40.
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1990 “Low-Altitude Aerial Photography in Crete.” 32(3): 31-33.

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2002 “Village Air for Urban Elites: Heritage Cafe Complexes in Jordan.” 44(2): 10-18.

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1968 “Field Work in Egypt.” 11(1): 27-30.
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1971 “Ancient Egypt and Black Africa--Early Contacts.” 14(1): 2-9.
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1985 “In Memoriam: Rudolf Anthes.” 27(1): 34-36.
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2005 “Meet the Curators: Harold L. Dibble, Curator, European Archaeology Section.”
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2006 “Meet the Curators: Rebecca Huss-Ashmore, Associate Curator-in-Charge,
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2006 “Meet the Curators: Holly Pittman: Curator, Near East Section.” 48(2): 4-5.
2006 “Meet the Curators: Robert L. Schuyler: Associate Curator-in-Charge, Historical
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2007 “Meet the New Board Chair: Michael J. Kowalski: Chairman of the Museum’s
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2007 “Meet the Curators: Barry L. Eichler: Associate Curator-in-Charge, Babylonian
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2007 “Meet the Curators: C. Brian Rose: Curator-in-Charge, Mediterranean Section.”
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2008 “Meet the Curators: Clark L. Erickson: Associate Curator, American Section.” 
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2008 “Meet the Curators: Nancy S. Steinhardt.” 50(3): 4­5.
2009 “Meet the Curators: Robert J. Sharer.” 51(1): 4-5.
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2008 “When Stone Is More Than Stone: Clues to Prehistoric Resource Use in Jordan.”
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2016 “Aegean Dyes: Unearthing the Colors of Ancient Minoan Textiles.” 58(3): 20­27.

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1966 “Break-Through on the ‘Lienzo de Filadelfia’.” 8(2): 14-22.

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1986 “Acculturation in an Urban Setting: The Archaeology of a Black Philadelphia
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2003 “One of Iraq’s Earliest Towns: Excavating Tepe Gawra in the Archives of the
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1996 “Nomads of the High Plateau: Photographs of Mongolia.” 38(3): 3-18.

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1996 “Geomagnetic Mapping at Tell es-Sweyhat.” 38(1): 30-33.

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1993 “‘Among Friends’: Excerpt from Uni, an Unpublished Manuscript.” 35(3): 44-53.

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1999 “From the Archives: New Additions to the Bonfils Photographic Collection.”
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1999 “Sitio Conte Excavations Come to Life on the Web.” 41(3): 3.
2000 “From the Archives: Thomas C. Donaldson and the 1890 U.S. Census.” 42(1): 5.

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2000 “From the Archives: A Crowning Achievement: Zelia Nuttall in Czarist Russia.”
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2000 “From the Archives: Painted Walls, Painted Faces.” 42(3): 3-4.
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2003 “From the Archives: The Inventor and the Sultan: Bright Idea Opens the Way for
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2003 “From the Archives: Held in the Archives: Famous Jazz Age Artist’s Watercolors
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2004 “From the Archives: Goldberg Variations: Archives Houses Over 16,000 Eclectic
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2005 “From the Archives: Nipper in the Jungle.” 47(1): 6-7.
2005 “From the Archives: The Scholar and the Impostor.” 47(2): 6-7.
2005 “From the Archives: Mystery at Acámbaro, Mexico: Did Dinosaurs Coexist with
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2006 “From the Archives: ‘So long, until tomorrow’: Lowell Thomas and the ‘History
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2006 “From the Archives: Tutankhamun Treasures: The First Tut Show Came to the
Museum.” 48(3): 6-7.
2007 “From the Archives: Cantinflas: The Comedian and Trickster from Mexico.”
49(1): 4-5.
2008 “From the Archives: Charles R. Sheeler, Jr.” 50(1): 6­7.
2009 “From the Archives: Now a Major Motion Picture.” 51(2): 6-8.
2009 “From the Archives: The Present Meets the Past.” 51(3): 6-9.
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2011 “From the Archives: Jim Thompson, the Thai Silk King.” 53(1): 4.
2011 “Looking Back: Minturnae.” 53(2): 48.
2011 “Looking Back.” 53(3):48. 
2012 “From the Archive: The Excavation of the Hieroglyphich Stairway at Copan.” 
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2012 “Looking Back.” 54(1): 55.
2012 “A Brief History of the Penn Museum.” 54(3): 4­19.
2013 “Looking Back.” 55(1): 49.
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2013 “From the Archives: Edward Sapir and Tony Tillohash.” 55(3): 42­43.
2014  “From the Archives: The Discovery of the Palace of Merenptah at Memphis.” 
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2014  “From the Archives: The Art of Archeology.” 56(3): 48­49. 
2015 “Gold Medals & Grand Prizes: World’s Fairs and the Penn Museum.” 57(1): 19-
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2015 “From the Archives: Jessie tarbox Beals—World’s Fair Photographer.” 57(1): 58­
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2015 “From the Archives: The First Century of the Harrison Rotunda.” 57(2):46-48.
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Pezzati, Alessandro and Jennifer Quick


1999 “From the Archives: The Flowering Museum Gardens.” 41(2): 3.

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2007 “Field Experience: The Dig House at Abydos.” 49(3): 44-48.

Pickel, David
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Pickett, Jordan
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2013 “Domestic Devotions in Late Antique Beth Shean.” 55(1): 21-23.
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Pietrusewsky, Michael
1982 “The Ancient Inhabitants of Ban Chiang: The Evidence from the Human Skeletal
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Pigott, Vincent C.
1982 “Introduction: Archaemetallurgy and the University of Pennsylvania.” 25(1): 2-5.
1982 “The Innovation of Iron: Cultural Dynamics in Technological Change.” 25(1): 20-
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1989 “The Emergence of Iron Use at Hasanlu.” 31(2-3): 67-79.
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Pittman, Holly.
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1959 “The Art of Benin.” 1(4): 2-6.
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1964 “The Fetish That Knew Too Much.” 7(1): 30-31.
1971 “The Dance of Sigi.” 13(2): 18-21.

Poepoe, Herbert
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Pope-Hennessy, Sir John


1976 “The Museum as Forum.” 18(4): 3-10.

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Popovich, Ljubica D.
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1971 “An Ethiopian Holy Land.” 13(2): 2-17.

Porada, Edith
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1975 “The Chronology of Gabarbands and Palas in Western South Asia.” 17(2): 33-37.
1981 “Cambay Beadmaking: An Ancient Craft in Modern India.” 23(4): 39-47.

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1982 “The Curators Write: The Museum’s Ban Chiang Project.” 24(4): 2-4.
2006 “What in the World: Shu-ilishu’s Cylinder Seal.” 48(1): 42-43.
2007 “Research Notes: The Middle Asian Interaction Sphere: Trade and Contact in the
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2008 “Research Notes: W. Norman Brown: Americans Excavating in British India.”
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2010 “Research Notes: Ernest J. H. Mackay and the Penn Museum.” 52(1): 40-43.

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1983 “100 Years of Research: The Approaching Museum Centennial.” 26(1): 19-31.

Post, L. Arnold. See Fay, Temple

Potts, Daniel T.
1984 “Northeastern Arabia: From the Seleucids to the Earliest Caliphs.” 26(3): 21-30.

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Powell, Tim, and Larry Aitken


2007 “Research Notes: A Digital Partnership: Penn Museum and Ojibwe Tribal
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2000 “Living on the Mesa: Hanat Kotyiti, A Post-Revolt Cochiti Community in
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Preucel, Robert W., and Lucy F. Williams


2005 “The Centennial Potlatch.” 47(2): 9-19.

Preucel, Robert W., Lucy F. Williams, Stacey O. Espenlaub, and Janet Monge
2003 “Out of Heaviness, Enlightenment: NAGPRA and the University of Pennsylvania
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Prinz, Jesse
2013 “Book News & Reviews: Beyond Human Nature: How Culture and Experience
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Pritchard, James B.
1959 “The Wine Industry at Gibeon: 1959 Discoveries.” 2(1): 17-25.
1961 “The Bible Reports on Gibeon.” 3(4): 2-9.
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1964 “Two Tombs and a Tunnel in the Jordan Valley: Discoveries at the Biblical
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1965 “A Cosmopolitan Culture of the Late Bronze Age.” 7(4): 26-33.
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1968 “The Palace of Tell es-Sa’idiyeh.” 11(1): 20-22.
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Programs Department
2003 “Exhibit Notes: Mythic Visions: Yarn Paintings of a Huichol Shaman.” 45(3): 45.

Proskouriakoff, Tatiana
1961 “The Lords of the Maya Realm.” 4(1): 14-21.

Puleston, Dennis E.
1965 “The Chultuns of Tikal.” 7(3): 24-29.

Puleston, Dennis E. and Donald W. Callender, Jr.


1967 “Defensive Earthworks at Tikal.” 9(3): 40-48.

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1990 “They Have Saturdays and Sundays to Feed Themselves: Slave Gardens in the
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Rainey, Froelich
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1959 “To the Readers of Expedition.” 2(1): 40.
1960 “The Changing Face of Archaeology.” 2(3): 14-20.
1960 “Editorial: Archaeological Salvage in Egypt: An Example of International
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1962 “‘This Unique Institution . . .’: Reflections on the 75th Anniversary of the
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1962 “Editorial: The Museum Expands.” 5(1): 2-3, 43.
1964 “Alfred Bendiner.” 6(4): 20-27.
1966 “Return to the Arctic.” 8(3): 2-8.
1967 “The Archaeology Explosion.” 9(3): 2-7.
1967 “Marie Lemoine Harrison.” 9(4): 19.
1968 “Editorial.” 11(1): 2-3.
1969 “The Search for Sybaris.” 11(2): 10-13.
1969 “In Search of Egi Zuma.” 11(4): 2-11.
1970 “Tikal: A Fourteen Year Program Now Completed.” 12(2): 2-9.
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Ralph, Elizabeth K.
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1965 “The Electronic Detective and the Case of the Missing City.” 7(2): 4-8.
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Rao, S. R.
1965 “Shipping and Maritime Trade of the Indus People.” 7(3): 30-37.

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Ray, Christopher and Gareth Darbyshire


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Ray, Himanshu P.
1988 “Early Buddhist Caves of the Western Deccan: Indian Long-Distance Trade in the
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26.

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Redford, Donald B.
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1995 “Frank.” 37(1): 62-64.

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1969 “The Wyoming Expedition of 1968.” 11(2): 22-25.
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1973 “The Bronze Age Boats of North Ferriby, Yorkshire.” 16(1): 2-8.

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1983 “‘The Highland Show’: Mount Hagen/Goroka, Papua New Guinea.” 26(1): 38-45.

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1976 “The Survival of Ancient Traditions in the Popular Architecture of North-Central
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Yakar, Jak and Ayse Gursan-Salzmann


1978 “The Provinces of Malatya and Sivas: An Archaeological Suvey of Preclassical
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1990 “Historic Morven: The Archaeological Reappearance of an 18th Century
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1960 “Gordion: Phrygian Construction and Architecture.” 2(2): 2-9.
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1968 “Operation Gordion.” 11(1): 16-19.
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Young, T. Cuyler, Jr.


1963 “Dalma Painted Ware.” 5(2): 38-39.
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27.

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1970 “The Lakota Sun Dance.” 13(1): 17-23.

Zephir, Thierry
1995 “The Angkorean Temple-Mountain: Diversity, Evolution, Permanence.” 37(3): 6-
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Zettler, Richard L.
1986 “From Beneath the Temple: Inscribed Objects from Ur.” 28(3): 29-38.
1987 “The Empire of Ur-Nammu under His Descendants.” 29(1): 57.
1996 “Tell es-Sweyhat, 1989-1995: A City in Northern Mesopotamia in the 3rd
Millennium B.C.” 38(1): 14-26.

Zettler, Richard L. See Danti, Michael D.

Zhou, Xiuqin
2005 “Excavations at Zhaoling, Shaanxi, China: More Light on the Museum’s Chinese
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2015 “After the Fairs: World’s Fairs and the Development of Museums.” 57(1): 14-18.

Zimmerman, Michael
1974 “New Approaches to the Study of Ancient Disease.” 17(1): 24-30.

Zimmerman, Paul
2000 “The City of Petra.” 42(2): 31.
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Zitterkopf, Ronald E. See Sidebotham, Steven E.

Zrałka, Jarosław, and Wiesław Koszkul
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52(2): 21­32. 

Zuberi, Tukufu
2013 “Art during Wartime: Recruitment of Black Soldiers from the U.S. Civil War
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Expedition
Vols. 1 – 58 (1958 – 2016)

Chronological by Issue

Volume 1

Number 1

Froelich Rainey. “Editorial.” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 2, 36.

Rodney S. Young. “The Gordion Tomb: The Successful Search at Gordion in Turkey for the
Tomb of a King Who Reigned in the Eighth Century before Christ.” Expedition 1, no. 1
(1958): 3-13.

“How Is Your Museum I.Q.?” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 14, 36.

Marianne L. Stoller. “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: To the Polynesians the Pacific Ocean is Te-moana-


nui-o-Kiwa, the Great Sea of Kiwa.” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 15-25, 34.

Edwin M. Shook. “The Temple of the Red Stela: An Important New Monument Is Unearthed at
the Maya City of Tikal in Guatemala.” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 26-33.

“Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; St. Lawrence Island.”
Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 35-36.

“The Authors.” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 34.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 1, no. 1 (1958): 34.

Number 2

Alfred Kidder II. “Editorial.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 2, 36.

Froelich Rainey. “The Vanishing Art of the Arctic.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 3-13.

David Crownover. “Once and Again.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 14-17.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “An Iranian Drinking Vessel.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 18-19.

Marianne L. Stoller. “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: The Second in a Series of Articles about the


Finding and Naming of Some of the Islands in the Pacific—The Maori Great Sea of Kiwa.”
Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 20-33.

“Happy New Year!” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 34, 36.

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“Museum News: Drexel Medal Awarded to Dr. A. V. Kidder; Gordion, Turkey; ‘What in the
World?’ Returns; Coptic Art; Art of the Ancient Maya.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 35.

“The Authors.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 36.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 1, no. 2 (1959): 36.

Number 3

Samuel Noah Kramer. “A Sumerian Document with Microscopic Cuneiform.” Expedition 1, no.
3 (1959): 2-3.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Digging in Iran: Hasanlu, 1958.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 4-17.

Edith Porada. “The Hasanlu Bowl.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 18-22.

Carleton S. Coon. “Clever People, These Armenians.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 23.

Elizabeth K. Ralph. “Double Trouble.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 24-25.

Marianne L. Stoller. “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: The Final Article in a Series about the Finding and
Naming of Some of the Islands in the Pacific—The Maori Great Sea of Kiwa.” Expedition 1, no.
3 (1959): 26-38.

“What in the World?” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 39-40.

“Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; El-Jib, Jordan.” Expedition 1, no. 3
(1959): 40.

“The Authors.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 40.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 1, no. 3 (1959): 40.

Number 4

Margaret Plass. “The Art of Benin.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 2-6.

William R. Coe. “Tikal 1959.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 7-11.

Temple Fay, Jack L. Benson, L. Arnold Post, and Reuben Goldberg. “‘The Head’: A
Neurosurgeon’s Analysis of a Great Stone Portrait.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 12-18.

David Crownover. “Ancient and Primitive Art in Philadelphia Collections.” Expedition 1, no. 4
(1959): 19-21.

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Alfred Kidder II. “Archaeological Visitors.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 22-23.

Robert Ackerman. “Siberians of the New World: An Archaeologist Spends the Summer on St.
Lawrence Island.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 24-35.

Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr. “Portrait of a Hero.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 36-37.

“Where in the World?” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 38, 40.

“Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 38-39.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 39.

“The Authors.” Expedition 1, no. 4 (1959): 39-40.

Volume 2

Number 1

Jane C. Goodale. “The Tiwi Dance for the Dead.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 2-13.

James House, Jr. “Tiwi Burial Poles as Sculpture.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 14-16.

James B. Pritchard. “The Wine Industry at Gibeon: 1959 Discoveries.” Expedition 2, no. 1
(1959): 17-25.

Alfred Kidder II. “A Mochica Diety.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 26-27.

William C. Brice. “What the British are Doing.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 28-33.

Rhys Carpenter. “The Clue of the Missing Feet.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 34-37.

“Expedition News.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 38.

Froelich Rainey. “To the Readers of Expedition.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 40.

“The Authors.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 39.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 2, no. 1 (1959): 39.

Number 2

Rodney S. Young. “Gordion: Phrygian Construction and Architecture.” Expedition 2, no. 2


(1960): 2-9.

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J. Alden Mason. “Louis Shotridge.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 10-16.

A. V. Kidder. “Wanted: More and Better Archaeologists.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 17-24.

Ellen Kohler. “An Etruscan Tomb-Guardian.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 25-27.

Edwin M. Shook. “Tikal Stela 29.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 28-35.

Linton Satterthwaite. “Maya ‘Long Count’ Numbers.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 36-37.

“Where in the World?” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 38-39.

“Tikal: A Map of the Central Portion of a Famous Maya Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala.”
Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): insert.

“The Authors.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 39.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 2, no. 2 (1960): 39.

Number 3

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “The Death of a City.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 2-11.

Jean Gordon Lee. “A Korean Potter’s Masterpiece.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 12-13.

Froelich Rainey. “The Changing Face of Archaeology.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 14-20.

“Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Shipwrecks; Plans for El-Jib 1960.” Expedition 2, no. 3
(1960): 21.

“Museum Publications.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 21, 36.

Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr. “The Embattled Driver in Ancient Rome.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960):
22-27.

John L. Cotter. “Digging an Historical Shrine: Philadelphia’s Independence Park.” Expedition 2,


no. 3 (1960): 28-32.

David Crownover. “The Pink People.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 33-35.

“The Authors.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 36.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 2, no. 3 (1960): 36.

Number 4

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Froelich Rainey. “Editorial: Archaeological Salvage in Egypt: An Example of International
Cooperation.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 2-3.

Jane C. Goodale. “Sketches of Tiwi Children.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 4-13.

George F. Dales, Jr. “The ‘Old Fort’ at Lahore: Restoration of a Moghul Fortress in West
Pakistan.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 14-18.

Matthew W. Stirling, Froelich Rainey, and Matthew W. Stirling, Jr. “Electronics and
Archaeology.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 19-29.

E. N. Brandt. “Why I Am a Mummy Duster.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 30-31.

Alan R. Schulman. “A Faience Stela from the New Kingdom.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 32-
33.

“Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Tikal.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 34-35.

“The Authors.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 35.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 2, no. 4 (1960): 35.

Volume 3

Number 1

Brandon Barringer. “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 1: The Search.” Expedition 3, no. 1
(1960): 2-6.

Theresa Howard Carter. “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 2: The Discovery.” Expedition 3,
no. 1 (1960): 7-10.

“Expedition News: Shipwrecks; El-Jib, Jordan; Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” Expedition 3,
no. 1 (1960): 11.

David Crownover. “A Pair of Twins.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 12.

Alfred Bendiner. “An Archaeologist’s Sketchbook.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 13-24.

M. E. L. Mallowan. “Sir Leonard Woolley.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 25-28.

Joseph A. Barone. “Patterns in Music.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 29-31.

Ann Chowning “Canoe Making Among the Molima of Fergusson Island.” Expedition 3, no. 1
(1960): 32-39.

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“The Authors.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 40.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 3, no. 1 (1960): 40.

Number 2

George F. Bass. “A Bronze Age Shipwreck.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 2-11.

Rodney S. Young. “Footnote on Griffins.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 12-14.

Robert C. Smith. “The Ruins of Rome.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 15-30.

Frances W. James. “Beth Shan.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 31-36.

“Where in the World?” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 37, 44.

C. L. Lundell. “The Flora of Tikal.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 38-43.

“The Authors.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 44.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 3, no. 2 (1961): 44.

Number 3

Robbins Burling. “Boys of the Yellow Robe.” Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 2-13.

Marija Gimbutas. “‘Timber-Graves’ in Southern Russia: A Pre-Scythian Culture.” Expedition 3,


no. 3 (1961): 14-22.

“Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; Sumer and the Indus Valley.”
Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 22, 36.

G. Roger Edwards. “An Ivory Gorgoneion.” Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 23.

Margaret L. Arnott. “Easter Eggs and Easter Bread of Southeastern Pennsylvania.” Expedition 3,
no. 3 (1961): 24-33.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “An Iranian Gold Piece.” Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 34-36.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 36.

“The Authors.” Expedition 3, no. 3 (1961): 36.

Number 4

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James B. Pritchard. “The Bible Reports on Gibeon.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 2-9.

William R. Coe. “A Sculpture from Mexico.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 10-11.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “A Visit to a Chittagong Hill Tribe.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 12-22.

David Crownover. “A Mask of Turtle Shell.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 23.

Alan R. Schulman. “Three Shipwrecked Scarabs.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 24-25.

Fred Adelman. “The American Kalmyks.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 26-33.

Ina Vanstan. “Ancient Peruvian Textile Arts: Patchwork and Tie-dye from Pachacamac.”
Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 34-37.

“The Authors.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 38.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 3, no. 4 (1961): 38.

Volume 4

Number 1

Edwin M. Shook, and Alfred Kidder II. “The Painted Tomb at Tikal: An Important Discovery by
the Museum’s Expedition in Guatemala.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 2-7.

MacEdward Leach. “The Men Behind the Lore.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 8-11.

“Expedition News: The Ain Shems Collection; The Libya Expedition; Museum Publications.”
Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 11, 36.

Lee A. Parsons. “A Fiji-Iroquois War Club: An Unusual Case of Diffusion.” Expedition 4, no. 1
(1961): 12-13.

Tatiana Proskouriakoff. “The Lords of the Maya Realm.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 14-21.

Thor Heyerdahl. “Sea Routes to Polynesia.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 22-29.

Ruth Linker. “Philippine Hats: On Northern Luzon a Man’s Suklang Told His Age, Marital
Status, and Village--and, Sometimes, Whether He Was a Successful Head-Hunter.” Expedition 4,
no. 1 (1961): 30-36.

George Dessart. “What in the World: A Television Institution.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 37-
39.

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“The Authors.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 40.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 4, no. 1 (1961): 40.

Number 2

George F. Dales, Jr. “A Search for Ancient Seaports.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 2-10, 44.

Edwin M. Shook. “Tikal: Problems of a Field Director.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 11-26.

Hattula Moholy-Nagy. “A Tlaloc Stela From Tikal.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 27.

William Kelly Simpson. “Nubia: The University Museum - Yale University Expedition.”
Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 28-39.

Eugene H. Palatsky. “Danish Viking Ships.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 40-43.

“The Authors.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 44.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 4, no. 2 (1962): 44.

Number 3

William A. Haviland, Jr. “A ‘Miniature Stela’ from Tikal.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 2-3.

Carlo M. Lerici. “New Archaeological Techniques and International Cooperation in Italy.”


Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 4-10.

Froelich Rainey. “‘This Unique Institution . . .’: Reflections on the 75th Anniversary of the
University Museum.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 11-13.

J. Eric S. Thompson. “Convocation Address.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 14-16.

“Field Work Around the World.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 17-23.

David Crownover. “Amelia Edwards and the New Aswan Dam.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 24-
27.

Ljubica Popovich. “A Byzantine Cameo.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 28-33.

Virginia Wayland. “Apache Playing Cards.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 34-39.

“The Authors.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 40.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 4, no. 3 (1962): 40.

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Number 4

Rodney S. Young. “Gordion: Phrygian Construction and Architecture: II.” Expedition 4, no. 4
(1962): 2-12.

“Expedition News: The Libyan Expedition; Exhibition: Underwater Archaeology; Publications.”


Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 13, 46.

Maurits N. van Loon. “A Lion Bowl from Hasanlu.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 14-19.

David Crownover. “Take the Chair.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 20-23.

Margaret Lavin. “The Pharaoh’s Last Death.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 24-25.

Ruben E. Reina. “The Ritual of the Skull in Peten, Guatemala.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 26-
35.

William Kelly Simpson. “Nubia: 1962 Excavations at Toshka and Arminna.” Expedition 4, no. 4
(1962): 36-46.

“The Authors.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 47.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 4, no. 4 (1962): 47.

Volume 5

Number 1

Froelich Rainey. “Editorial: The Museum Expands.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 2-3, 43.

William F. Albright. “Recent Advances in Palestinian Archaeology.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962):


4-9.

James B. Pritchard. “Civil Defense at Gibeon.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 10-17.

E. A. Speiser. “Mesopotamian Motifs in the Early Chapters of Genesis.” Expedition 5, no. 1


(1962): 18-19, 43.

Frances W. James. “Lady Mary’s Monastery: An Early Christian Church at Beth Shan Excavated
by a University Museum Expedition.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 20-24.

Samuel Noah Kramer. “The Biblical ‘Song of Songs’ and the Sumerian Love Songs.” Expedition
5, no. 1 (1962): 25-31.

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Kathleen M. Kenyon. “Biblical Jerusalem.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 32-35.

Frances W. James. “The Pottery of the Old Testament.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 36-41.

Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr. “A Greek Fragment of the St. Matthew Gospel.” Expedition 5, no. 1
(1962): 42.

“The Authors.” Expedition 5, no. 1 (1962): 44.

Number 2

Elisabeth H. West. “Jade: Its Character and Occurrence.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 2-11.

Peter Harrison. “A Jade Pendant from Tikal.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 12-13.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “A Babylonian Lion in Toronto.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 14-15.

Peter Throckmorton and John M. Bullitt. “Underwater Surveys in Greece: 1962.” Expedition 5,
no. 2 (1963): 16-23.

William R. Coe and John J. McGinn. “Tikal: The North Acropolis and an Early Tomb.”
Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 24-32.

“Expedition News.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 33.

Alfred Kidder II. “A Unique Peruvian Weaver.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 34-37.

T. Cuyler Young, Jr. “Dalma Painted Ware.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 38-39.

Donald Freeman Brown. “In Search of Sybaris: 1962.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 40-47.

“The Authors.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): 48.

“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 5, no. 2 (1963): inside cover.

Number 3

John H. Young. “A Migrant City in the Peloponnesus.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 2-11.

Hattula Moholy-Nagy. “The Field Laboratory at Tikal.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 12-17.

Theresa Howard Carter. “Reconnaissance in Cyrenaica.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 18-27.

David Crownover. “Discoveries at Cyrene.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 28-31.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Archaeological Scrap: Glimpses of History at Ziwiye.” Expedition 5, no. 3

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(1963): 32-37.

Margaret Plass. “Above the Salt.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 38-41.

G. Roger Edwards. “Gordion: 1962.” Expedition 5, no. 3 (1963): 42-48.

Number 4

Ian Graham. “Across the Peten to the Ruins of Machaquila.” Expedition 5, no. 4 (196): 2-10.

Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr. “Saffron and Swan’s Grease.” Expedition 5, no. 4 (1963): 11-17.

Ruben E. Reina. “The Potter and the Farmer: The Fate of Two Innovators in a Maya Village.”
Expedition 5, no. 4 (1963): 18-30.

Frances Eyman. “An Unusual Winnebago War Club and an American Water Monster.”
Expedition 5, no. 4 (1963): 31-35.

Miguel Civil. “Sumerian Harvest Time.” Expedition 5, no. 4 (1963): 36-39.

Volume 6

Number 1

Aubrey S. Trik. “The Splendid Tomb of Temple I at Tikal, Guatemala.” Expedition 6, no. 1
(1963): 2-18.

Linton Satterthwaite. “Note on Hieroglyphs on Bone from the Tomb Below Temple I, Tikal.”
Expedition 6, no. 1 (1963): 18-19.

John D. Cooney. “Assorted Errors in Art Collecting.” Expedition 6, no. 1 (1963): 20-27.

George Radan. “Italic Helmets.” Expedition 6, no. 1 (1963): 28-33, 48.

“Expedition News: South Asia; The Search for Sybaris; Gordion 1963; Cuneiform Texts; Tikal,
Guatemala; New Publication.” Expedition 6, no. 1 (1963): 34-35, 48.

Helen T. Webster. “Tikal Graffiti.” Expedition 6, no. 1 (1963): 36-47.

Number 2

C. J. Gadd. “Leon Legrain, D.D., Sc.D.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 2, 33.

James B. Pritchard. “Reconnaissance in Jordan.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 3-9.

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David Crownover. “An Ashanti Soul-Washer Badge.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 10-13.

William Davenport. “Hawaiian Feudalism.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 14-27.

Machteld J. Mellink. “A Votive Bird from Anatolia.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 28-32.

Louise Scott. “Wandering Griffin.” Expedition 6, no. 2 (1964): 33.

Oscar W. Muscarella. “Ancient Safety Pins: Their Function and Significance.” Expedition 6, no.
2 (1964): 34-40.

Number 3

F. A. Khan. “Archaeology in Pakistan.” Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 2-11.

A. Ghosh. “Archaeology in India.” Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 12-17.

Arthur C. Clarke. “Ceylon and the Underwater Archaeologist.” Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 18-
21.

Peter Throckmorton. “The Great Basses Wreck.” Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 21-31.

W. Norman Brown. “The Indian Games of Pachisi, Chaupar, and Chausar.” Expedition 6, no. 3
(1964): 32-35.

George F. Dales. “The Mythical Massacre at Mohenjo-Daro.” Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 36-43.

Samuel Noah Kramer. “The Indus Civilization and Dilmun, the Sumerian Paradise Land.”
Expedition 6, no. 3 (1964): 44-52.

Number 4

James B. Pritchard. “Two Tombs and a Tunnel in the Jordan Valley: Discoveries at the Biblical
Zarethan.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 2-9.

William Davenport. “Marshall Islands Cartography.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 10-13.

Frances Eyman. “Lacrosse and the Cayuga Thunder Rite.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 14-19.

Froelich Rainey. “Alfred Bendiner.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 20-27.

Stephan F. deBorhegyi. “The Enduring Villages of Western Mexico.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964):
28-33.

Ina Vanstan. “Rags and Tatters Among the Textiles of Peru.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 34-39.

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J. Alden Mason. “H. Newell Wardle, 1875-1964.” Expedition 6, no. 4 (1964): 40.

Volume 7

Number 1

William Davenport. “Sculpture from La Grande Terre.” Expedition 7, no. 1 (1964): 2-19.

Robert Stuckenrath, Jr. “The Debert Site: Early Man in the Northeast.” Expedition 7, no. 1
(1964): 20-29.

Margaret Plass. “The Fetish That Knew Too Much.” Expedition 7, no. 1 (1964): 30-31.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “A Stranger from the East.” Expedition 7, no. 1 (1964): 32-33.

Theresa Howard Carter. “Early Assyrians in the Sinjar.” Expedition 7, no. 1 (1964): 34-42.

David Crownover. “Some Frit from Northern Mesopotamia.” Expedition 7, no. 1 (1964): 43-44.

Number 2

Elizabeth K. Ralph. “The Electronic Detective and the Case of the Missing City.” Expedition 7,
no. 2 (1965): 4-8.

Linton Satterthwaite. “Maya Practice Stone-Carving at Piedras Negras.” Expedition 7, no. 2


(1965): 9-18.

George F. Bass and Lloyd P. Wells. “The Museum Assembles a Fleet: Two Views.” Expedition 7,
no. 2 (1965): 19-30.

Emlen Etting. “Aghion Oros: An Artist’s View of Mount Athos.” Expedition 7, no. 2 (1965): 31-
48.

Number 3

Rodney S. Young. “Early Mosaics at Gordion.” Expedition 7, no. 3 (1965): 4-13.

William A. Haviland. “Prehistoric Settlement at Tikal, Guatemala.” Expedition 7, no. 3 (1965):


14-23.

Dennis E. Puleston. “The Chultuns of Tikal.” Expedition 7, no. 3 (1965): 24-29.

S. R. Rao. “Shipping and Maritime Trade of the Indus People.” Expedition 7, no. 3 (1965): 30-
37.

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Richard C. Bull. “The Metamorphosis of One Collector.” Expedition 7, no. 3 (1965): 38-47.

“Expedition News: West Pakistan; New Publications; Further on the Debert Site.” Expedition 7,
no. 3 (1965): 48.

Number 4

Kenneth Kensinger. “The Cashinahua of Southeastern Peru.” Expedition 7, no. 4 (1965): 4-9.

George F. Dales. “Civilization and Floods in the Indus Valley.” Expedition 7, no. 4 (1965): 10-
19.

Alfred Kidder II. “Two Stone Figures from the Andes. Question: What Part?” Expedition 7, no. 4
(1965): 20-25.

James B. Pritchard. “A Cosmopolitan Culture of the Late Bronze Age.” Expedition 7, no. 4
(1965): 26-33.

Frances James. “A Milestone in Palestinian Archaeology.” Expedition 7, no. 4 (1965): 34-38.

Frances Eyman. “American Indian Gaming Arrows and Stick-Dice.” Expedition 7, no. 4 (1965):
39-47.

Volume 8

Number 1

Alfred Kidder II. “Tikal: 1965.” Expedition 8, no. 1 (1965): 2-3.

William R. Coe. “Tikal: Ten Years of Study of a Mayan Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala.”
Expedition 8, no. 1 (1965): 4-56.

Number 2

Ernest S. Dodge. “Following Captain Cook Around Europe.” Expedition 8, no. 2 (1966): 4-11.

Samuel Noah Kramer. “Ephraim Avigdor Speiser.” Expedition 8, no. 2 (1966): 12-13.

Ross Parmenter. “Break-Through on the ‘Lienzo de Filadelfia’.” Expedition 8, no. 2 (1966): 14-
22.

Boutau K. Efot. “The Tale of Pupily-Eyeballs-Thing: A Truk Ghost Story.” Expedition 8, no. 2
(1966): 23-29.

Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr. “Domitian: The Lost Divinity.” Expedition 8, no. 2 (1966): 30-36.

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Number 3

Froelich Rainey. “Return to the Arctic.” Expedition 8, no. 3 (1966): 2-8.

Patty Jo Watson. “Clues to Iranian Prehistory in Modern Village Life.” Expedition 8, no. 3
(1966): 9-19.

Jane C. Goodale. “Imlohe and the Mysteries of the Passismanua, Southwest New Britain.”
Expedition 8, no. 3 (1966): 20-31.

“Expedition News.” Expedition 8, no. 3 (1966): 32.

Frances Eyman. “A Grizzly Bear Carving from the Missouri Valley.” Expedition 8, no. 3 (1966):
33-40.

Number 4

Giorgio Buchner. “Pithekoussai: Oldest Greek Colony in the West.” Expedition 8, no. 4 (1966):
4-12.

Stephan F. deBorhegyi. “The Wind God’s Breastplate.” Expedition 8, no. 4 (1966): 13-15.

Elisabeth W. Russell. “The ‘Vanished American’.” Expedition 8, no. 4 (1966): 16-25.

George F. Bass. “Troy and Ur: Gold Links Between Two Ancient Capitals.” Expedition 8, no. 4
(1966): 26-39.

Volume 9

Number 1

Ann Chowning “Lakalai Revisited.” Expedition 9, no. 1 (1966): 2-15.

Ruben E. Reina. “A Peninsula That May Have Been an Island: Tayasal, Peten,
Guatemala.” Expedition 9, no. 1 (1966): 16-29.

Merle Green. “Classic Maya Rubbings.” Expedition 9, no. 1 (1966): 30-39.

Vimala S. Begley. “The Ganga-Yamuna Basin in the First Millennium B.C.” Expedition
9, no. 1 (1966): 40-44.

Number 2

Alfred Kidder II. “Percy Childs Madeira, Jr.” Expedition 9, no. 2 (1966): 2-3.

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Kenneth M. Kensinger. “Change and the Cashinahua.” Expedition 9, no. 2 (1966): 4-8.

Francis E. Johnston, Richard L. Jantz, and Geoffrey F. Walker. “Physical Anthropology of


the Cashinahua.” Expedition 9, no. 2 (1966): 9-15.

Ellen L. Kohler. “Ultimatum to Terrcotta-Forgers.” Expedition 9, no. 2 (1966): 16-21.

George F. Guillemin. “The Ancient Cakchiquel Capital of Iximche.” Expedition 9, no. 2


(1966): 22-35.

Keith A. Dixon. “The First Tikal-Inspired Fake: A Stone Sculpture From West Mexico.”
Expedition 9, no. 2 (1966): 36-40.

Number 3

Froelich Rainey. “The Archaeology Explosion.” Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 2-7.

Carleton S. Coon. “Yengema Cave.” Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 8-18.

Machteld J. Mellink. “Mary Hamilton Swindler.” Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 19.

Herbert L. Alexander. “Alaskan Survey.” Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 20-29.

Oliver C. Colburn. “A Habitation Area of Thurii.” Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 30-38.

“Expedition News: The Sillman Collection; The Kevorkian Lectures; The ‘Vanished American’.”
Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 38-39.
Dennis E. Puleston and Donald W. Callender, Jr. “Defensive Earthworks at Tikal.”
Expedition 9, no. 3 (1967): 40-48.

Number 4

Allan Young. “Varieties of Amhara Graphic Art.” Expedition 9, no. 4 (1967): 2-11.

Samuel Noah Kramer. “Reflections on the Mesopotamian Flood: The Cuneiform Data New and
Old.” Expedition 9, no. 4 (1967): 12-18.

Froelich Rainey. “Marie Lemoine Harrison.” Expedition 9, no. 4 (1967): 19.

Vimala Begley. “Archaeological Exploration in Northern Ceylon.” Expedition 9, no. 4 (1967):


20-29.

Alfred Kidder II. “A Mochica Potato Bird.” Expedition 9, no. 4 (1967): 30-33.

George F. Dales. “South Asia’s Earliest Writing: Still Undeciphered.” Expedition 9, no. 4

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(1967): 34-39.

Volume 10

Number 1

Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway. “The Bronze Lady from the Sea.” Expedition 10, no. 1 (1967): 2-
9.

David O’Connor. “Abydos: A Preliminary Report of the Pennsylvania-Yale Expedition, 1967.”


Expedition 10, no. 1 (1967): 10-23.

Ray Winfield Smith. “The Akhenaten Temple Project.” Expedition 10, no. 1 (1967): 24-32.

Judy Birmingham. “Pottery Making in Andros.” Expedition 10, no. 1 (1967): 33-39.

Number 2

Alfred Kidder II and Linton Satterthwaite. “J. Alden Mason.” Expedition 10, no. 2 (1968): 2-3.

William H. Davenport. “Sculpture of the Eastern Solomons.” Expedition 10, no. 2 (1968): 4-25.

James B. Pritchard. “An Eighth Century Traveller.” Expedition 10, no. 2 (1968): 26-29.

John Witthoft. “Flint Arrowpoints from the Eskimo of Northwestern Alaska.” Expedition 10, no.
2 (1968): 30-37.

Lanny Bell. “The Work of the University Museum at Thebes.” Expedition 10, no. 2 (1968): 38-
47.

Number 3

George F. Bass. “The Turkish Aegean: Proving Ground for Underwater Archaeology.”
Expedition 10, no. 3 (1968): 2-10.

Michael Katzev and Susan Womer Katzev. “The Search Below.” Expedition 10, no. 3 (1968):
11-14.

John M. Dimick. “Aubrey S. Trik.” Expedition 10, no. 3 (1968): 15.

Francis E. Johnston. “Anthropological Aspects of Human Physical Growth.” Expedition 10, no.
3 (1968): 16-20.

Nicholas David. “Archaeological Reconnaissance in Cameroon.” Expedition 10, no. 3 (1968):


21-31.

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Maude de Schauensee. “Portable Architecture.” Expedition 10, no. 3 (1968): 32-39.

Number 4

Leslie R. Langton. “The Restoration of a Bronze Plaque from Benin.” Expedition 10, no. 4
(1968): 2-7.

Alfred Kidder II. “Two Peruvian Frogs.” Expedition 10, no. 4 (1968): 8-9.

Robert Netting. “Kofyar Building in Mud and Stone.” Expedition 10, no. 4 (1968): 10-20.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Early Work on the Acropolis at Susa: The Beginning of Prehistory in Iraq
and Iran.” Expedition 10, no. 4 (1968): 21-34.

Christopher L. Hamlin. “A Proto-Elamite Account Tablet from Susa.” Expedition 10, no. 4
(1968): 30.

“Expedition News: The Kevorkian Lectures.” Expedition 10, no. 4 (1968): 34.

Volume 11

Number 1

Froelich Rainey. “Editorial.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 2-3.

Alfred Kidder II. “The Conservation Program at Tikal.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 4-8.

George F. Bass and Laurence T. Joline. “Problems of Deep Wreck Identification.” Expedition
11, no. 1 (1968): 9-12.

Ward H. Goodenough. “Arts and Crafts in Truk.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 13-15.

Rodney S. Young. “Operation Gordion.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 16-19.

James B. Pritchard. “The Palace of Tell es-Sa’idiyeh.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 20-22.

Ruben E. Reina. “Sixteenth Century Guatemala: Archivos de Indias, Seville.” Expedition 11, no.
1 (1968): 23-26.

David O’Connor. “Field Work in Egypt.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 27-30.

William H. Davenport. “Anthropology in the British Solomon Islands.” Expedition 11, no. 1
(1968): 31-34.

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Herbert L. Alexander. “Alaska: Archaeology in the Atigun Valley.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968):
35-37.

George F. Dales. “The South Asia Section.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968): 38-45.

Carleton S. Coon. “Excavations at Yengema Cave, Sierra Leone.” Expedition 11, no. 1 (1968):
46-47.

Number 2

Bernard Wailes. “Excavations at Dun Ailinne, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland: 1968.”
Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 2-5.

Kenneth M. Kensinger and Francis E. Johnston. “The Cashinahua and the Study of Evolution.”
Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 6-9.

Froelich Rainey. “The Search for Sybaris.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 10-13.

Elizabeth K. Ralph. “Archaeological Prospecting.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 14-21.

John Witthoft and Frances Eyman. “The Wyoming Expedition of 1968.” Expedition 11, no. 2
(1969): 22-25.

Sarah Dublin. “A Greek Acropolis and Its Goddess.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 26-29.

G. Roger Edwards. “Torre Mordillo: 1967.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 30-35.

Robert J. Sharer. “Chalchuapa: Investigations at a Highland Maya Ceremonial Center.”


Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 36-38.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “A Decade in Iran.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 39-47.

Karen L. Mohr-Chavez. “Excavations in the Cuzco-Puno Area of Southern Highland Peru.”


Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 48-51.

Bruce Lutz. “Archaeological Investigations near Unalakleet, Alaska.” Expedition 11, no. 2
(1969): 52-54.

Michael L. Katzev. “The Kyrenia Shipwreck.” Expedition 11, no. 2 (1969): 55-59.

Number 3

Olga Linares de Sapir. “Diola Pottery of the Fogny and the Kasa.” Expedition 11, no. 3 (1969):
2-11.

John Witthoft and Frances Eyman. “Metallurgy of the Tlingit, Dene, and Eskimo.” Expedition

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11, no. 3 (1969): 12-23.

Kenneth D. Matthews. “A Boy’s First Shave.” Expedition 11, no. 3 (1969): 24-25.

Lanny Bell. “Return to Dra Abu el-Naga.” Expedition 11, no. 3 (1969): 26-37.

Geoffrey Pearce. “The Conservation of Wall Paintings in Tomb 35 at Dra Abu el-Naga.”
Expedition 11, no. 3 (1969): 38-43.

Number 4

Froelich Rainey. “In Search of Egi Zuma.” Expedition 11, no. 4 (1969): 2-11.

William H. Davenport. “Tahiti and the South Sea Legend.” Expedition 11, no. 4 (1969): 12-15.

Bengt Danielsson. “The Exotic Sources of Gauguin’s Art.” Expedition 11, no. 4 (1969): 16-26.

Richard S. Field. “Gauguin’s Woodcuts.” Expedition 11, no. 4 (1969): 27-29.

Kenneth D. Matthews. “Scutella, Patella, Patera, Patina: A Study of Roman Dinnerware.”


Expedition 11, no. 4 (1969): 30-42.

Volume 12

Volume 1

Philip P. Betancourt. “The Age of Homer: An Exhibition of Geometric and Orientalizing Greek
Art.” Expedition 12, no. 1 (1969): 2-14.

George F. Dales and Louis Flam. “On Tracking Woolly Kullis and the Like.” Expedition 12, no.
1 (1969): 15-23.

Gayle Wever. “A Persian Puzzle: A Bronze Sword from Teheran.” Expedition 12, no. 1 (1969):
24-27.

David O’Connor. “Abydos and the University Museum: 1898-1969.” Expedition 12, no. 1
(1969): 28-39.

Number 2

Froelich Rainey. “Tikal: A Fourteen Year Program Now Completed.” Expedition 12, no. 2
(1970): 2-9.

Alan McPherron and Elizabeth K. Ralph. “Magnetometer Location of Neolithic Houses in


Yugoslavia.” Expedition 12, no. 2 (1970): 10-17.

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Ruben E. Reina, Annette B. Weiner, and Edward O’Flaherty, S.J. “Ethnohistory and Archaeology
in Colonial Antigua, Guatemala.” Expedition 12, no. 2 (1970): 18-30.

Pamela Hemphill. “An Archaeological Survey of Southern Etruria.” Expedition 12, no. 2 (1970):
31-39.

Number 3

Kenneth D. Matthews. “The Imperial Wardrobe of Ancient Rome.” Expedition 12, no. 3 (1970):
2-13.

David Crownover. “Alfred Bendiner and Iraq.” Expedition 12, no. 3 (1970): 14-16.

Erle Leichty. “A Remarkable Forger.” Expedition 12, no. 3 (1970): 17-21.

Theresa Howard Carter. “The Stone Spirits.” Expedition 12, no. 3 (1970): 22-40.

Emma C. Bunker and Joseph Ternbach. “A Variation of the ‘Lost-Wax’ Process.” Expedition 12,
no. 3 (1970): 41-43.

Number 4

David O’Connor. “Jaroslav Cerny.” Expedition 12, no. 4 (1970): 2-5.

Michael L. Katzev. “Kyrenia 1969: A Greek Ship is Raised.” Expedition 12, no. 4 (1970): 6-14.

Ray Anita Slater. “Dendereh and the University Museum 1898-1970.” Expedition 12, no. 4
(1970): 15-20.

Thomas C. Greaves. “The Texture of Disaster.” Expedition 12, no. 4 (1970): 21-24.

Sergio J. Chavez and Karen L. Mohr Chavez. “Newly Discovered Monoliths from the Highlands
of Puno, Peru.” Expedition 12, no. 4 (1970): 25-39.

Volume 13

Number 1

Kenneth D. Matthews. “Roman Aqueducts: Technical Aspects of Their Construction.”


Expedition 13, no. 1 (1970): 2-16.

Jeffrey Zelitch. “The Lakota Sun Dance.” Expedition 13, no. 1 (1970): 17-23.

David I. Owen. “Picking up the Pieces: The Salvage Excavation of a Looted Fifth Century B.C.

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Shipwreck in the Straits of Messina.” Expedition 13, no. 1 (1970): 24-29.

Elizabeth Lyons. “Figurines from Chansen.” Expedition 13, no. 1 (1970): 30-34.

Peter Throckmorton. “More Lost Ships.” Expedition 13, no. 1 (1970): 35-40.

Number 2

Ljubica D. Popovich. “An Ethiopian Holy Land.” Expedition 13, no. 2 (1971): 2-17.

Margaret Plass. “The Dance of Sigi.” Expedition 13, no. 2 (1971): 18-21.

Erle Lichty. “Demons and Population Control.” Expedition 13, no. 2 (1971): 22-26.

Olga Linares de Sapir. “Cerro Brujo: A Tiny Guaymi Hamlet of the Past.” Expedition 13, no. 2
(1971): 27-35.

Numbers 3-4

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Iran: Eleven Thousand Years of Cultural History.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4
(1971): 4-5.

Philip E. L. Smith. “Iran, 9000-4000 B.C.: The Neolithic.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 6-13.

C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky and Philip L. Kohl. “The Early Bronze Age of Iran as Seen from Tepe
Yahya.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 14-21.

T. Cuyler Young, Jr. “The Search for Understanding: Excavating the Second Millennium.”
Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 22-27.

Edith Porada. “Aspects of Elamite Art and Archaeology.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 28-34.

Louis D. Levine. “The Iron Age Revealed.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 39-43.

Oscar White Muscarella. “Qalatgah: An Urartian Site in Northwestern Iran.” Expedition 13, no.
3-4 (1971): 44-49.

Carl Nylander. “The Achaemenid Empire.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 50-54.

Edward Keall. “Partho-Sassanian Archaeology: A New Phase.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971):
55-61.

Charles K. Wilkinson. “Islamic Archaeology in Iran.” Expedition 13, no. 3-4 (1971): 62-65.

Brian J. Spooner. “Cultural Anthropology in Iran: Beginnings and Prospects.” Expedition 13, no.
3-4 (1971): 66-71.

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Volume 14

Number 1

David O’Connor. “Ancient Egypt and Black Africa--Early Contacts.” Expedition 14, no. 1
(1971): 2-9.

Thomas C. Greaves. “Is There a Culture of Poverty?” Expedition 14, no. 1 (1971): 10-13.

James B. Pritchard. “The Phoenicians in Their Homeland.” Expedition 14, no. 1 (1971): 14-23.

Payson D. Sheets. “An Ancient Natural Disaster.” Expedition 14, no. 1 (1971): 24-31.

Alfred Friendly. “A Doomed Aqueduct.” Expedition 14, no. 1 (1971): 32-38.

Number 2

Ekpo O. Eyo. “New Treasures from Nigeria.” Expedition 14, no. 2 (1972): 2-11.

Vaughn E. Crawford. “Excavations in the Swamps of Sumer.” Expedition 14, no. 2 (1972): 12-
20.

B. K. Thapar. “The Buried Past of Dehli.” Expedition 14, no. 2 (1972): 21-26.

Karen Goodrich-Hedrick and John D. Hedrick. “Cruise of the United States Frigate Potomac.”
Expedition 14, no. 2 (1972): 27-33.

Jeffery Klein. “A Greek Metalworking Quarter: Eighth Century Excavations on Ischia.”


Expedition 14, no. 2 (1972): 34-39.

Number 3

Elizabeth Kennedy Easby. “Seafarers and Sculptors of the Caribbean.” Expedition 14, no. 3
(1972): 2-10.

Ward H. Goodenough. “Social Implications of Population Control.” Expedition 14, no. 3 (1972):
11-14.

Virginia Wayland. “The Indian Looks at the White Man: Playing-card Portraits of the Old
West.” Expedition 14, no. 3 (1972): 15-24.

Wilhelm G. Solheim II. “Early Man in Southeast Asia.” Expedition 14, no. 3 (1972): 25-31.

Roger Keesing. “The Anthropologist’s Dilemma: Empathy and Analysis among the Solomon

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Islanders.” Expedition 14, no. 3 (1972): 32-39.

Number 4

A. Gutkind Bulling. “Archaeological Excavation in China, 1949-1966.” Expedition 14, no. 4


(1972): 2-12.

S. A. Goudsmit. “Not for the Art Trade.” Expedition 14, no. 4 (1972): 13-16.

Margaret Arrott. “A Unique Method of Making Pottery--Santa Apolonia, Guatemala.”


Expedition 14, no. 4 (1972): 17-26.

Valerio Cianfarani. “The Necropolis of Campovalano--Mysteries of Middle Adriatic Culture.”


Expedition 14, no. 4 (1972): 27-32.

John D. Hedrick and Karen Goodrich-Hedrick. “The Problem of Polynesian Origin.” Expedition
14, no. 4 (1972): 33-39.

Volume 15

Number 1

Ann Chowning “Ceremonies, Shell Money, and Culture among the Kove.” Expedition 15, no. 1
(1972): 2-8.

Loren Eiseley. “Flight 857.” Expedition 15, no. 1 (1972): 9.

Alfred Friendly and Eleni Karapanayiotis. “Nemesis.” Expedition 15, no. 1 (1972): 10-14.

Solomon H. Katz. “Change . . . on ‘Top of the World’.” Expedition 15, no. 1 (1972): 15-21.

A. Gutkind Bulling. “Archaeological Excavations in China, 1966-1971.” Expedition 15, no. 1


(1972): 22-39.

Number 2

Ronald Hicks. “Stone and Other Henges.” Expedition 15, no. 2 (1973): 2-8.

Brian Spooner. “Afghan Carpets.” Expedition 15, no. 2 (1973): 9-16.

Lanny Bell. “In the Tombs of the High Priests of Amun.” Expedition 15, no. 2 (1973): 17-27.

Michael M. Eisman. “How a Greek Artist Once Painted Himself into a Corner.” Expedition 15,
no. 2 (1973): 28-29.

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Julian Whittlesey. “Balloons, ‘Flying Mattresses,’ and Photography.” Expedition 15, no. 2
(1973): 30-39.

Number 3

Charles F. Bridgman. “The Radiography of Museum Objects.” Expedition 15, no. 3 (1973): 2-14.

Alfred Friendly. “Recent Excavations in Jerusalem.” Expedition 15, no. 3 (1973): 15-24.

David Crownover. “Gold Beads from the Gold Coast.” Expedition 15, no. 3 (1973): 25-29.

Sheila McNally. “Digging in Diocletian’s Palace.” Expedition 15, no. 3 (1973): 30-39.

Number 4

Robert Reinhold. “Theft and Vandalism: An Archaeological Disaster.” Expedition 15, no. 4
(1973): 2-6.

Hara S. Georgiou. “Minoan ‘Fire-boxes’ from Gournia.” Expedition 15, no. 4 (1973): 7-14.

Marjorie Vandervelde. “Moon-children of San Blas Islands.” Expedition 15, no. 4 (1973): 15-24.

Sabine Hargous-Vogel. “Urban Problems, Peruvian Style.” Expedition 15, no. 4 (1973): 25-31.

Keith DeVries. “East Meets West at Dinner.” Expedition 15, no. 4 (1973): 32-39.

Volume 16

Number 1

E. V. Wright. “The Bronze Age Boats of North Ferriby, Yorkshire.” Expedition 16, no. 1 (1973):
2-8.

McGuire Gibson. “Nippur 1972-1973.” Expedition 16, no. 1 (1973): 9-14.

Maurizio Tosi and Marcello Piperno. “Lithic Technology behind the Ancient Lapis Lazuli
Trade.” Expedition 16, no. 1 (1973): 15-23.

Alfred Friendly. “Modern Science and Ancient Egypt.” Expedition 16, no. 1 (1973): 24-29.

Theodore C. Grame. “Sounding Statues: The Symbolism of Musical Instruments.” Expedition


16, no. 1 (1973): 30-39.

Number 2

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James D. Muhly. “The Hittites and the Aegean World.” Expedition 16, no. 2 (1974): 3-10.

Denise Schmandt-Besserat. “The Use of Clay Before Pottery in the Zagros.” Expedition 16, no. 2
(1974): 11-17.

Maria Voyatzoglou. “The Jar Makers of Thrapsano in Crete.” Expedition 16, no. 2 (1974): 18-
24.

Oscar White Muscarella. “The Third Lion Bowl from Hasanlu.” Expedition 16, no. 2 (1974): 25-
29.

Robert S. O. Harding. “The Predatory Baboon.” Expedition 16, no. 2 (1974): 30-39.

Number 3

Rodney S. Young. “Phrygian Furniture from Gordion.” Expedition 16, no. 3 (1974): 2-13.

John McDaniel. “Professional Health Care in a Montana Settlement of Peru.” Expedition 16, no.
3 (1974): 14-19.

Bernard Wailes. “Irish Archaeology.” Expedition 16, no. 3 (1974): 20-30.

Frances James. “Stone Knobs and Chariot Tracks.” Expedition 16, no. 3 (1974): 31-39.

Number 4

H. Bartlett Wells. “The Position of the Large Bronze Saws of Minoan Crete in the History of
Tool Making.” Expedition 16, no. 4 (1974): 2-8.

William J. Robson. “Peoples Who Perish.” Expedition 16, no. 4 (1974): 9-16.

Marjorie Vandervelde. “Meet the Chocos.” Expedition 16, no. 4 (1974): 17-22.

McGuire Gibson. “The Twelfth Season at Nippur.” Expedition 16, no. 4 (1974): 23-
32.

Roberto Gonzalo and George Milton. “Jaguar Cult—Down’s Syndrome—Were-Jaguar.”


Expedition 16, no. 4 (1974): 33-37.

Volume 17

Number 1

Mildred A. Konan. “Calabashes in Northern Nigeria.” Expedition 17, no. 1 (1974): 2-10.

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Jean Silverman. “A Lost Notebook from the Excavations at Gournia, Crete.” Expedition 17, no.
1 (1974): 11-20.

Musa Baran. “Children’s Games.” Expedition 17, no. 1 (1974): 21-23.

Michael Zimmerman. “New Approaches to the Study of Ancient Disease.” Expedition 17, no. 1
(1974): 24-30.

Leland Meister. “Yemen: Breaking with the Feudal Past.” Expedition 17, no. 1 (1974): 31-39.

Number 2

H. D. Sankalia, Z. D. Ansari, and M. K. Dhavalikar. “An Early Farmers’ Village in Central


India.” Expedition 17, no. 2 (1975): 2-11.

Ahmad Hasan Dani. “Origins of Bronze Age Cultures in the Indus Basin: A Geographic
Perspective.” Expedition 17, no. 2 (1975): 12-18.

B. K. Thapar. “Kalibangan: A Harappan Metropolis Beyond the Indus Valley.” Expedition 17,
no. 2 (1975): 19-32.

Gregory L. Possehl. “The Chronology of Gabarbands and Palas in Western South Asia.”
Expedition 17, no. 2 (1975): 33-37.

“Bibliography.” Expedition 17, no. 2 (1975): 38-39.

Number 3

John D. Hedrick and Karen Goodrich Hedrick. “An Expedition to the New Hebrides.”
Expedition 17, no. 3 (1975): 2-26.

Elizabeth Reed Dickie. “Bislama: Pidgin English in the New Hebrides.” Expedition 17, no. 3
(1975): 27-32.

Harold G. Levine. “The Kafe: A New Guinea Highlands Group.” Expedition 17, no. 3 (1975):
33-39.

Number 4

Donald White. “Archaic Cyrene and the Cult of Demeter and Persephone.” Expedition 17, no. 4
(1975): 2-15.

Karen S. Rubinson. “Herodotus and the Scythians.” Expedition 17, no. 4 (1975): 16-20.

Alfred Friendly. “Vindolanda.” Expedition 17, no. 4 (1975): 21-25.

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David S. Reese. “Men, Saints, or Dragons?” Expedition 17, no. 4 (1975): 26-30.

Tamara Stech Wheeler, Robert Maddin, and James D. Muhly. “Ingots and the Bronze Age
Copper Trade in the Mediterranean: A Progress Report.” Expedition 17, no. 4 (1975): 31-39.

Volume 18

Number 1

DeVerne Reed Smith. “The Palauan Storyboards: From Traditional Architecture to Airport Art.”
Expedition 18, no. 1 (1975): 2-17.

Philip L. Kohl. “Carved Chlorite Vessels: A Trade in Finished Commodities in the Mid-Third
Millennium.” Expedition 18, no. 1 (1975): 18-31.

Frances James. “Yogurt: Its Life and Culture.” Expedition 18, no. 1 (1975): 32-38.

William Davenport. “Lyric Verse and Ritual in the Santa Cruz Islands.” Expedition 18, no. 1
(1975): 39-47.

Number 2

Oliver C. Colburn. “A Return to Sybaris.” Expedition 18, no. 2 (1976): 2-13.

Donald White, Irene F. Bald, Linny Schenk, Susan Tutweiler, Brian R. MacDonald, Gerald
Schaus, Marcia Bloom, and Karen Chance. “Seven Recently Discovered Sculptures from
Cyrene, Eastern Libya.” Expedition 18, no. 2 (1976): 14-32.

Elizabeth Carter and Matthew Stolper. “Middle Elamite Malyan.” Expedition 18, no. 2 (1976):
33-42.

Jak Yakar and Jose Louis Garzon. “The Survival of Ancient Traditions in the Popular
Architecture of North-Central Turkey.” Expedition 18, no. 2 (1976): 43-47.

Number 3

Angeliki Lebessi. “A Sanctuary of Hermes and Aphrodite in Crete.” Expedition 18, no. 3 (1976):
2-13.

Elfriede Knauer. “Some Aspects of the Classical Heritage in Afghanistan.” Expedition 18, no. 3
(1976): 14-25.

Frank L. Lambrecht. “The Pastoral Nomads of Nigeria.” Expedition 18, no. 3 (1976): 26-31.

Michael A. Hoffman. “The City of the Hawk: Seat of Egypt’s Ancient Civilization.” Expedition

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18, no. 3 (1976): 32-41.

Ann Guinan, Gary Oller, and Dorothy Ormsby. “Nippur Rebaked: The Conservation of
Cuneiform Tablets.” Expedition 18, no. 3 (1976): 42-47.

Number 4

Howard C. Petersen. “Froelich Gladstone Rainey.” Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 2.

Sir John Pope-Hennessy. “The Museum as Forum.” Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 3-10.

James D. Muhly. “University Museum-Thai Fine Arts Department Northeast Thailand


Archaeological Project: Introduction.” Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 11-13.

Chester Gorman and Pisit Charoenwongsa. “Ban Chiang: A Mosaic of Impressions from the
First Two Years.” Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 14-26.

William Schauffler. “Archaeological Survey and Excavation of Ban Chaing Culture Sites in
Northeast Thailand.” Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 27-37.

Tamara Stech Wheeler and Robert Maddin. “The Techniques of the Early Thai Metalsmith.”
Expedition 18, no. 4 (1976): 38-47.

Volume 19

Number 1

Michael H. Jameson. “A Greek Countryside: Reports from the Argolid Exploration Project.”
Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 2-4.

Hamish Forbes. “The ‘Thrice-Ploughed Field’: Cultivation Techniques in Ancient and


Modern Greece.” Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 5-11.

Mary Clark Forbes. “The Pursuit of Wild Edibles, Present and Past.” Expedition 19, no. 1
(1976): 12-18.

Harold Koster. “The Thousand Year Road.” Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 19-28.

Joan Bouza Koster. “From Spindle to Loom: Weaving in the Southern Argolid.” Expedition 19,
no. 1 (1976): 29-39.

David B. Harper. “‘Just Add Water...’” Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 40-49.

David Van Horn. “The Archaeological Survey: Chipped Stone.” Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 50-
54.

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“Suggested Reading.” Expedition 19, no. 1 (1976): 55.

Number 2

James D. Muhly. [Editorial]. Expedition 19, no. 2 (1977): inside cover.

Frank L. Lambrecht. “Kalahari Desert Trek Notes: From Lobatsi to Tsodilo Hills.” Expedition
19, no. 2 (1977): 2-12.

George F. Dales and Jonathan Mark Kenoyer. “Shell Working at Ancient Balakot, Pakistan.”
Expedition 19, no. 2 (1977): 13-19.

Barbara Klamon Kopytoff. “Guerilla Warfare in Eighteenth Century Jamaica.” Expedition 19,
no. 2 (1977): 20-26.

Schuyler V. R. Cammann. “The Cult of the Jambiya: Dagger Wearing in Yemen.” Expedition
19, no. 2 (1977): 27-34.

Robert Maddin, Tamara Stech Wheeler, and James D. Muhly. “Tin in the Ancient Near East: Old
Questions and New Finds.” Expedition 19, no. 2 (1977): 35-47.

Number 3

Janet W. Nickerson. “Malyan Wall Paintings.” Expedition 19, no. 3 (1977): 2-6.

Katheryn M. Linduff. “The Incidence of Lead in Late Shang and Early Chou Ritual Vessels.”
Expedition 19, no. 3 (1977): 7-16.

Bonita Freeman-Witthoft. “Cherokee Indian Craftswomen and the Economy of Basketry.”


Expedition 19, no. 3 (1977): 17-27.

Denise Schmandt-Besserat. “The Earliest Uses of Clay in Syria.” Expedition 19, no. 3 (1977):
28-42.

Paul G. Brewster. “The Strange Practice of Firewalking.” Expedition 19, no. 3 (1977): 43-47.

Number 4

James D. Muhly. “Editorial.” Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 2-3.

A. Gutkind Bulling. “A Late Shang Place of Sacrifice and its Historical Significance.”
Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 4-11.

Orhan Aytug Tasyurek. “The Urartian Bronze Hoard from Giyimli.” Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977):
12-20.

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H. Bartlett Wells. “Ancient Inventions for Tooling the Surfaces of Objects in Softer Metals.”
Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 21-26.

Elizabeth Lyons. “Southeast Asia: The Changing Scene.” Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 27-32.

Donald B. Redford. “The Excavations of the University Museum Akhenaten Temple Project at
Karnak.” Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 33-38.

Marija Gimbutas. “Varna: A Sensationally Rich Cemetery of the Karanovo Civilization, about
4500 B.C.” Expedition 19, no. 4 (1977): 39-47.

Volume 20

Number 1

[Special Issue Introduction.] Expedition 20, no. 1 (1977): inside cover.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions . . . The Director Writes.” Expedition 20, no. 1 (1977): 2.

Sir Max Mallowan, C.B.E. “Recollections of C. Leonard Woolley.” Expedition 20, no. 1 (1977):
3-4.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Archival Glimpses of the Ur Expedition in the Years 1920 to 1926.”
Expedition 20, no. 1 (1977): 5-23.

P. R. S. Moorey. “What Do We Know About the People Buried in the Royal Cemetery?”
Expedition 20, no. 1 (1977): 24-40.

Samuel Noah Kramer. “The Ur Excavations and Sumerian Literature.” Expedition 20, no. 1
(1977): 41-47.

Number 2

“University Museum Announcements: Grant Applications; Museum Expeditions; Publication;


Museum Exhibition; Appointment.” Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 3.

Jeffrey S. Soles. “Mochlos, A New Look at Old Excavations: The University Museum’s Work on
Crete.” Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 4-15.

A. Gutkind Bulling. “Ancient Chinese Maps: Two Maps Discovered in a Han Dynasty Tomb
from the Second Century B.C.” Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 16-25.

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James D. Muhly. “Ancient Cartography: Man’s Earliest Attempts to Represent His World.”
Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 26-31.

John R. Abercrombie. “Egyptian Papyri: The University Museum’s Collection of Papyri and
Related Materials.” Expedition 20, no. 2 (1978): 32-37.

Leonard Gorelick and A. John Gwinnett. “Ancient Seals and Modern Science: Using the
Scanning Electron Microscope as an Aid in the Study of Ancient Seals.” Expedition 20, no. 2
(1978): 38-47.

Number 3

“University Museum Announcements: Museum Expeditions; Museum Exhibitions; Hellenic


Cruise.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 3.

Elizabeth Lyons. “Chinese Jades: The Role of Jade in Ancient China: An Introduction to a
Special Exhibition at the University Museum.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 4-20.

Carol Thomas. “Found: The Dorians: Archaeology and Greek Linguistics at the End of the Late
Bronze Age.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 21-25.

Frank L. Lambrecht. “Mabudu: A Report on a Vanishing Culture in the Northeastern Corner of


the Congo Basin as it Existed in 1948.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 26-37.

Ann Ashmead. “Greek Cats: Exotic Pets Kept by Rich Youths in Fifth Century B.C. Athens, as
Portrayed on Greek Vases.” Expedition 20, no. 3 (1978): 38-47.

Number 4

“University Museum Announcements: Grant Received; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Appointment.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 3.

Ram Gophna. “‘En-Besor: An Egyptian First Dynasty Staging Post in the Northern Negev.”
Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 4-7.

Itzhak Beit-Arieh. “A Canaanite Site Near Sheikh Mukhsen: Recent Discoveries in Southern
Sinai.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 8-11.

Moshe Kochavi. “Canaanite Aphek: Its Acropolis and Inscriptions.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978):
12-17.

David Ussishkin. “Lachish: Renewed Archaeological Excavations.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978):

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18-28.

Aharon Kempinski. “Tel Masos: Its Importance in Relation to the Settlement of the Tribes of
Israel in the Northern Negev.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 29-37.

Ze’ev Herzog. “Israelite City Planning: Seen in the Light of the Beer-sheba and Arad
Excavations.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 38-43.

Ze’ev Herzog, Shmuel Moshkowitz, Ora Negbi, and Anson F. Rainey. “Tel Michal: A Coastal
Site in the Sharon Plain.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 44-49.

Ze’ev Meshel. “Kuntillet ‘Ajrud: An Israelite Religious Center in Northern Sinai.” Expedition
20, no. 4 (1978): 50-54.

A. Horowitz. “Human Settlement Pattern in Israel: A Discussion of the Impact of Environment.”


Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 55-58.

Jak Yakar and Ayse Gursan-Salzmann. “The Provinces of Malatya and Sivas: An
Archaeological Suvey of Preclassical Sites.” Expedition 20, no. 4 (1978): 59-62.

Volume 21

Number 1

“University Museum Announcements: Grants Recieved; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Hellenic Cruise; An Honor; Appointment; Retirement; Editor of Expedition.”
Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 3.

Keith DeVries. “Diving into the Mediterranean: Greek and Etruscan Paintings Reveal a Sport of
Antiquity.” Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 4-8.

Borislav Jovanovic. “The Oldest Copper Metallurgy in the Balkans: A Study of the Diffusion of
Copper from Asia Minor to Southeastern Europe.” Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 9-17.

Elfriede R. Knauer. “Toward a History of the Sleeved Coat: A Study of the Impact of an Ancient
Eastern Garment on the West.” Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 18-36.

Hamish A. Forbes and Lin Foxhall. “‘The Queen of All Trees’: Preliminary Notes on the
Archaeology of the Olive.” Expedition 21, no. 1 (1978): 37-47.

Number 2

Bernard Wailes. “Editorial.” Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): inside cover.

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“University Museum Announcements: Museum Institute for Conservation Archaeology (MICA);
Museum Expedition; Hellenic Cruise; Grant Received; Reopening of the Elkins Library for
University Museum Archives; Museum Exhibitions; The Lucy Wharton Drexel Medal.”
Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 3.

David O’Connor and David Silverman. “The University Museum in Egypt: The Past.”
Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 4-43.

“Eckley Brinton Coxe, Jr.” Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 44.

“The Egyptian Antiquities Organisation.” Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 45.

David O’Connor. “Abydos: The University Museum-Yale University Expedition.” Expedition


21, no. 2 (1979): 46-49.

“The University Museum Expedition to Dra Abu El Naga.” Expedition 21, no.
2 (1979): 50-51.

David O’Connor. “The University Museum Excavations at the Palace-City of Malkata.”


Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 52-53.

Donald Redford. “The Akhenaten Temple Project and Karnak Excavations.” Expedition 21, no. 2
(1979): 54-59.

William Kelly Simpson. “The Pennsylvania-Yale Giza Project.” Expedition 21, no. 2 (1979): 60-
63.

Number 3

“University Museum Announcements: Appointment; Grants Received; Guatemalan Expedition;


Torre del Mordillo Published; Southeast Asia Section; Ancient Cities of the Indus; Resignation;
Note.” Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979): 3.

Bernard Wailes. “Ireland: Archaeology and History: Introduction: Ireland and Europe.”
Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979): 4-5.

Sean O Nuallain. “The Megalithic Tombs of Ireland: Neolithic Tombs and Their Art.”
Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979): 6-15.

Holly Burton. “The Arrival of the Celts in Ireland: Archaeology and Linguistics.” Expedition 21,
no. 3 (1979): 16-22.

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Joan J. Taylor. “Early Bronze Age Technology and Trade: The Evidence of Irish Gold.”
Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979): 23-32.

Bella Schauman. “Early Irish Manuscripts: The Art of the Scribes.” Expedition 21, no. 3 (1979):
33-47.

Number 4

“University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Director’s Prize Award; Grant to the


Education Department; New Publications.” Expedition 21, no. 4 (1979): 2, 47.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 21, no. 4 (1979): 3.

Cynthia Jones Eiseman. “The Mediterranean Market: Aspects of Trade in Classical Times:
Introduction.” Expedition 21, no. 4 (1979): 4-5.

G. Kenneth Sams. “Imports at Gordion: Lydian and Persian Periods.” Expedition 21, no. 4
(1979): 6-17.

Peter S. Wells and Larissa Bonfante. “West-Central Europe and the Mediterranean: The Decline
in Trade in the Fifth Century B.C.” Expedition 21, no. 4 (1979): 18-24.

Lionel Casson. “Traders and Trading: Classical Athens.” Expedition 21, no. 4 (1979): 25-32.

John Boardman. “The Athenian Pottery Trade: The Classical Period.” Expedition 21, no. 4
(1979): 33-39.

Margaret Thompson. “Hoards and Overstrikes: The Numismatic Evidence.” Expedition 21, no. 4
(1979): 40-46.

Volume 22

Number 1

“University Museum Announcements: The Southeast Asia Section; European Archaeology


Section; The Near Eastern Section; The Mediterranean Section; The American Section;
Exhibitions; Grant to the Education Department; Appointments.” Expedition 22, no. 1 (1979): 2,
46-47.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 22, no. 1 (1979): 3.

Ric Haynes. “Edward Sheriff Curtis: 1868-1952: The Shadow Catcher.” Expedition 22, no. 1
(1979): 4-16.

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A. John Gwinnett and Leonard Gorelick. “Ancient Lapidary: A Study Using Scanning Electron
Microscopy and Functional Analysis.” Expedition 22, no. 1 (1979): 17-32.

Frances James. “The Revelation of Jerusalem: A Review of Archaeological Research.”


Expedition 22, no. 1 (1979): 33-43.

Elizabeth Lyons. “A Pair of Chinese Grave Urns: A Recent Gift to the Oriental Section of the
Museum.” Expedition 22, no. 1 (1979): 44-45.

Number 2

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 2.

“University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Oliver C. Colbrun, Ph.D.; The Shadow
Catcher: E. S. Curtis; A New Book; The Egyptian Section.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 3-4.

Judith A. Lerner. “Three Achaemenid ‘Fakes’: A Re-evaluation in the Light of 19th Century
Iranian Architectural Sculpture.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 5-16.

Martin Biddle and Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle. “England’s Premier Abbey: The Medieval Chapter
House of St. Albans Abbey, and its Excavation in 1978.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 17-32.

Robert Abramson. “The Big Drum in the Big City: Creole Enculturation in the Pan West-Indian
Community of Brooklyn, N.Y.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 33-40.

Cynthia Jones Eiseman. “Greek Lead: Ingots from a Shipwreck Raise Questions about Metal
Trade in Classical Times.” Expedition 22, no. 2 (1980): 41-47.

Number 3

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 2.

“The Pennsylvania Declaration: Decision of Curators of the University Museum University of


Pennsylvania, April 1, 1970.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 3

“The University Museum Acquisitions Policy, May 2, 1978.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 3

Carl P. Beetz. “Caracol Thirty Years Later: A Preliminary Account of Two Rulers.” Expedition
22, no. 3 (1980): 4-11.

Homer A. Thompson. “Stone, Tile and Timber: Commerce in Building Materials in Classical
Athens.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 12-26.

Schuyler V. R. Cammann. “A Rare ‘Jade’ Book: A Manchu Emperor’s Edict Carved on Panels
of Jade.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 27-33.

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Mauritzio Gualtieri. “Roccagloriosa: Excavation of the Site of a Greek Colony in Southern
Italy.” Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 34-42.

Douglas W. Gould. “The Uncertain Fate of a Princely Diversion: An Historical Survey of Tops.”
Expedition 22, no. 3 (1980): 43-47.

Number 4

“University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Exhibitions; An Honor for Dr. Sjoberg.”
Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 3.

Brian Spooner. “Cultural and Ecological Perspectives from the Turan Program, Iran:
Introduction.” Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 4-10.

Lee Horne. “Dryland Settlement Location: Social and Natural Factors in the Distribution of
Settlements in Turan.” Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 11-17.

Lee Horne. “Village Morphology: The Distribution of Structures and Activities in Turan
Villages.” Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 18-23.

Mary Martin. “Pastoral Production: Milk and Firewood in the Ecology of Turan.” Expedition 22,
no. 4 (1980): 24-28.

Mary Martin. “Making a Living in Turan: Animals, Land and Wages.” Expedition 22, no. 4
(1980): 29-35.

Endre Nyerges. “Traditional Pastoralism: An Evolutionary Perspective.” Expedition 22, no. 4


(1980): 36-41.

Christopher L. Hamlin. “The Temporal Dimension: Monitoring the Changing Ecology of


Settlement in Turan.” Expedition 22, no. 4 (1980): 42-47.

Volume 23

Number 1

“University Museum Announcements: A Masai Exhibition; Grant to the Education Department;


African Sculpture from the University Museum Collection; A Conference on University
Museums; The International Classroom.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 2, 47.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 3.

Robert J. Sharer. “The Quirigua Project, 1974-1979: A Brief Outline of the Development and

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Structure of the Research.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 4-10.

Christopher Jones and Robert J. Sharer. “Archaeological Investigations in the Site Core of
Quirigua: Epigraphic and Archaeological Data Now Provide Evidence of an Occupation History
Spanning Half a Millennium.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 11-19.

Wendy Ashmore. “The Classic Maya Settlement at Quirigua: Recent Agricultural Activities
Have Helped Reveal the Extent of the Buried Settlement.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 20-27.

Edward M. Schortman. “Archaeological Investigations in the Lower Motagua Valley: Survey


and Excavations Have Revealed Marked Differences Between Quirigua and the Other Major
Centers in this Valley.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 28-34.

Wendy Ashmore. “Discovering Early Classic Quirigua: A Unique Opportunity to Examine an


Important Sector of the Early Center.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 35-44.

“Bibliography.” Expedition 23, no. 1 (1980): 45-47.

Number 2

“University Museum Announcements: ‘What in the World?’; Conference on work in Eastern


Europe; An NEA Grant; Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology; Book by Gregory L.
Possehl; Membership Manager.” Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions: The Director Writes.” Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 3.

William H. Davenport. “Male Initiation in Aoriki: Man and the Spirits in the Eastern Solomon
Islands.” Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 4-19.

Kay Ross. “Shell Ornaments of Malaita: Currency and Ritual Valuables in the Central
Solomons.” Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 20-26.

Leonard Gorelick and A. John Gwinnett. “Close Work Without Magnifying Lenses?: A
Hypothetical Explanation for the Ability of Ancient Craftsmen to Effect Minute Detail.”
Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 27-34.

James G. Flanagan. “Hatmen of the Mountains: Aspects of Ethnic Identity in the New Guinea
Highlands.” Expedition 23, no. 2 (1981): 35-47.

Number 3

“University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Field Work; Other Grants.” Expedition 23,
no. 3 (1981): 2.

Martin Biddle. “New Directions.” Expedition 23, no. 3 (1981): 3.

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Maria C. Shaw. “Sir Arthur Evans at Kommos: A Cretan Village Remembers its Past.”
Expedition 23, no. 3 (1981): 4-12.

Ruben E. Reina and John Monaghan. “The Ways of the Maya: Salt Production in Sacapulas,
Guatemala.” Expedition 23, no. 3 (1981): 13-33.

Michael Parrington. “Medical Archaeology in Philadelphia: A Study of Early Twentieth Century


Medicine Bottles Excavated at Bartram’s Garden.” Expedition 23, no. 3 (1981): 34-38.

Ilene M. Nicholas. “Investigating an Ancient Suburb: Excavations at the TUV Mound, Tal-e-
Malyan, Iran.” Expedition 23, no. 3 (1981): 39-47.

Number 4

Froelich Rainey. “Chester Gorman.” Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 2.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Carleton S. Coon.” Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 3.

“University Museum Announcements: Gorman Memorial Fund; Drexel Medal Awarded.”


Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 4.

Leonard Gorelick. “The Ancient Craft and Art of the Lapidary: Introduction.” Expedition 23, no.
4 (1981): 5.

Darlene Loding. “Lapidaries in the Ur III Period: Written Sources Concerning Stoneworkers (ca.
2000 B.C.).” Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 6-14.

Leonard Gorelick and A. John Gwinnett. “Close Work Without Magnifying Lenses?: Discussion
of Suggestions from Readers of Expedition.” Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 15-16.

Leonard Gorelick and A. John Gwinnett. “The Origin and Devlopment of the Ancient Near
Eastern Cylinder Seal: A Hypothetical Reconstruction.” Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 17-30.

John G. Younger. “Creating a Sealstone: A Study of Seals in the Greek Late Bronze Age.”
Expedition 23, no. 4 (1981): 31-38.

Gregory L. Possehl. “Cambay Beadmaking: An Ancient Craft in Modern India.” Expedition 23,
no. 4 (1981): 39-47.

Volume 24

Number 1

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “University Museum Announcements: Dr. Piotr Michalowski; A Grant.”
Expedition 24, no. 1 (1981): 2-3.

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Leonard Gorelick. “The Ancient Art and Craft of the Lapidary.” Expedition 24, no. 1 (1981): 4.

John S. Kopper. “Paleolithic Tools: Some Design Considerations.” Expedition 24, no. 1 (1981):
4-9.

A. John Gwinnett and Leonard Gorelick. “Beadmaking in Iran in the Early Bronze Age: Derived
by Scanning Electron Microscopy.” Expedition 24, no. 1 (1981): 10-23.

Manuel Keene. “The Lapidary Arts in Islam: An Underappreciated Tradition.” Expedition 24,
no. 1 (1981): 24-39.

Number 2

William H. Davenport. “The Curators Write: A History of the Museum’s Polynesian Collection.”
Expedition 24, no. 2 (1982): 2-4.

George A. Corbin. “Chachet Baining Art: In a Day and Night Dance Celebration at Walmatki
Village on the Gazelle Peninsula, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea.” Expedition 24, no. 2
(1982): 5-16.

Edward F. Wente. “Funerary Beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians: An Interpretation of the Burials
and the Texts.” Expedition 24, no. 2 (1982): 17-26.

Bernard V. Bothmer. “On Realism in Egyptian Funerary Sculpture of the Old Kingdom.”
Expedition 24, no. 2 (1982): 27-39.

Robert M. Hill, II. “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
Guatemala.” Expedition 24, no. 2 (1982): 40-48.

Number 3

Robert L. Trescher. “A New Director of the University Museum: Robert H. Dyson, Jr.”
Expedition 24, no. 3 (1982): 2.

Irene Bald Romano. “Early Greek Idols: Their Appearance and Significance in the Geometric,
Orientalizing and Archaic Periods.” Expedition 24, no. 3 (1982): 3-13.

Gretchen Anderson Gwynne. “Pipestave Hollow Ideography: Possible Calendrical Notations


from the Northeast.” Expedition 24, no. 3 (1982): 14-20.

Nicholas Freidin. “Early Iron Age Luxury Imports: Into the Paris Basin.” Expedition 24, no. 3
(1982): 21-29.

Robert M. Hill, II. “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
Guatemala--II.” Expedition 24, no. 3 (1982): 30-34.

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Arthur Miller. “Archaeological Looting: A New Approach to the Problem.” Expedition 24, no. 3
(1982): 35-45.

Erle Leichty. “The Curators Write: The Sumerian Dictionary.” Expedition 24, no. 3 (1982): 46-
48.

Number 4

Gregory L. Possehl. “The Curators Write: The Museum’s Ban Chiang Project.” Expedition 24,
no. 4 (1982): 2-4.

Elizabeth Lyons and Froelich Rainey. “The Road to Ban Chiang: A Dialogue of Events Leading
to The University Museum’s Participation in the Expedition.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 5-12.

Pisit Charoenwongsa. “Ban Chiang in Retrospect: What the Expedition Means to Archaeologists
and the Thai Public.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 13-16.

Charles Higham and Amphan Kijngam. “Prehistoric Man and His Environment: Evidence from
the Ban Chiang Faunal Remains.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 17-24.

Joyce C. White. “Natural History Investigations at Ban Chiang: The Study of Natural Resources
and Their Use Today Aids Reconstruction of Early Village Farming in Prehistory.” Expedition
24, no. 4 (1982): 25-32.

Joyce C. White, Lois Kratz, Cheryl Applebaum, and Deborah Wong. “Processing the Ban
Chiang Finds: With Particular Reference to Volunteer and Student Work at the University
Museum.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 33-36.

John Hastings. “Potsherds Into Printouts: The Ban Chiang Computer Project.” Expedition 24, no.
4 (1982): 37-41.

Michael Pietrusewsky. “The Ancient Inhabitants of Ban Chiang: The Evidence from the Human
Skeletal and Dental Remains.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 42-50.

Douglas E. Yen. “Ban Chaing Pottery and Rice: A Discussion of the Inclusions in the Pottery
Matrix.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 51-64.

James S. Penny, Jr. “Petchabun Piedmont Survey: An Initial Archaeological Investigation of the
Western Margins of the Khorat Plateau.” Expedition 24, no. 4 (1982): 65-72.

Volume 25

Number 1

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Vincent C. Pigott. “Introduction: Archaemetallurgy and the University of Pennsylvania.”
Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 2-5.

Lee Horne. “Fuel for the Metal Worker: The Role of Charcoal and Charcoal Production in
Ancient Metallurgy.” Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 6-13.

Serge Cleuziou and Thierry Berthoud. “Early Tin in the Near East: A Reassessment in the Light
of New Evidence from Western Afghanistan.” Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 14-19.

Vincent C. Pigott. “The Innovation of Iron: Cultural Dynamics in Technological Change.”


Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 20-25.

P. G. Warden, Robert Maddin, Tamara Stech, and James D. Muhly. “Copper and Iron Production
at Poggio Civitate (Murlo): Analysis of Metalworking By-products from an Archaic Etruscan
Site.” Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 26-35.

Helen Schenck. “The Iron Industry Underground: The Archaeology of Historic American Iron
Technology.” Expedition 25, no. 1 (1982): 36-47.

Number 2

Mary Elizabeth Ruwell and Eleanor M. King. “From the Archives: Rediscovering the Eskimo.”
Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 2-4.

Sandra T. Barnes and Paula Ben-Amos. “Benin, Oyo, and Dahomey: Warfare, State Building,
and the Sacralization of Iron in West African History.” Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 5-14.

Albert J. Ammerman. “Early Italian Pottery: Five Vessels from a Neolithic Household in
Calabria.” Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 15-25.

Daniel Martin Varisco. “Irrigation in an Arabian Valley: A System of Highland Terraces in the
Yemen Arab Republic.” Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 26-34.

Roderick J. McIntosh and Susan Keech McIntosh. “Forgotten Tells of Mali: New Evidence of
Urban Beginnings in West Africa.” Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 35-46.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Volunteers.” Expedition 25, no. 2 (1983): 47.

Number 3

Arlen F. Chase and Diane Z. Chase. “Intensive Gardening Among the Late Classic Maya: A
Possible Example at Ixtutz, Guatemala.” Expedition 25, no. 3 (1983): 2-11.

Barbara J. Hayden. “Work Continues at Vrokastro 1910-12, 1979-82: A New Plan and
Description of the Early Iron Age Settlement.” Expedition 25, no. 3 (1983): 12-20.

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Karla Klein Albertson. “The Return of the University Museum Demeter: A Greek Goddess
Attempts to Establish Her Identity.” Expedition 25, no. 3 (1983): 21-31.

Carolyn Fleuhr-Lobban. “Challenging Some Myths: Women in Shari’a (Islamic) Law in the
Sudan.” Expedition 25, no. 3 (1983): 32-39.

Leonard Gorelick and A. John Gwinnett. “Ancient Egyptian Stone-Drilling: An Experimental


Perspective on a Scholarly Disagreement.” Expedition 25, no. 3 (1983): 40-47.

Number 4

Mary Bert Gutman. “The Women’s Committee: Its History, Aims, and Accomplishments.”
Expedition 25, no. 4 (1983): 2-10.

Elizabeth Simpson. “Reconstructing an Ancient Table: The ‘Pagoda’ Table from Tumulus MM at
Gordion.” Expedition 25, no. 4 (1983): 11-26.

Elfriede Regina Knauer. “The Fifth Century A.D. Buddhist Cave Temples at Yun-Kang, North
China: A Look at Their Western Connections.” Expedition 25, no. 4 (1983): 27-47.

Volume 26

Number 1

Erle Leichty, James Muhly, Barbara Murray, Martha Phillips, Jennifer Quick, and Bernard
Wailes. “Geraldine Bruckner: An Appreciation by Past and Present Expedition Staff.” Expedition
26, no. 1 (1983): 4-5.

Marilyn Goldberg. “Tarquinia Antefixes: A View of the History of an Etruscan City-State.”


Expedition 26, no. 1 (1983): 6-13.

Robert J. Sharer. “Alfred P. Maudslay: Pioneer Maya Archaeologist (A Review Article).”


Expedition 26, no. 1 (1983): 14-18.

Gregory L. Possehl and Jennifer Quick. “100 Years of Research: The Approaching Museum
Centennial.” Expedition 26, no. 1 (1983): 19-31.

Philip P. Betancourt, Mary G. Ciaccio, Brigit Crowell, Jean M. Donohoe, and R. Curtis Green.
“Ceramic Stands: A Group of Domestic and Ritual Objects from Crete and the Near East.”
Expedition 26, no. 1 (1983): 32-37.

Jordan M. Wright. “‘The Highland Show’: Mount Hagen/Goroka, Papua New Guinea.”
Expedition 26, no. 1 (1983): 38-45.

Number 2

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Susan A. Kaplan. “Introduction.” Expedition 26, no. 2 (1984): 3-5.

Mikhail A. Chlenov and Igor I. Krupnik. “Whale Alley: A Site on the Chukchi Peninsula,
Siberia.” Expedition 26, no. 2 (1984): 6-15.

Susan A. Kaplan, Richard H. Jordan, and Glenn W. Sheehan. “An Eskimo Whaling Outfit from
Sledge Island, Alaska.” Expedition 26, no. 2 (1984): 16-23.

William W. Fitzhugh. “Images from the Past: Thoughts on Bering Sea Eskimo Art and Culture.”
Expedition 26, no. 2 (1984): 24-39.

Bernadette Driscoll. “Sapangat: Inuit Beadwork in the Canadian Arctic.” Expedition 26, no. 2
(1984): 40-47.

Number 3

Arjun Appadurai. “Wells in Western India: Irrigation and Cooperation in an Agricultural


Society.” Expedition 26, no. 3 (1984): 3-14.

Mario A. Del Chiaro. “Etruscan Bird-Askoi: Painted Vases in the Shape of Birds.” Expedition
26, no. 3 (1984): 15-20.

Daniel T. Potts. “Northeastern Arabia: From the Seleucids to the Earliest Caliphs.” Expedition
26, no. 3 (1984): 21-30.

Jay Schwartz, George Brooks, and John Herrmann. “Museum Briefs: The Merenptah Palace
Project of 1983-84.” Expedition 26, no. 3 (1984): 31-36.

Barbara J. Hayden. “Late Bronze Age Tylissos: House Plans and Cult Center.” Expedition 26,
no. 3 (1984): 37-46.

Number 4

Bill Donner. “Sikaiana: A Contemporary Polynesian Society.” Expedition 26, no. 4 (1984): 3-12.

Peggy R. Sanday and Suwati Kartiwa. “Cloth and Custom in West Sumatra: The Codification of
Minangkabau Worldview.” Expedition 26, no. 4 (1984): 13-29.

Peter Just. “Houses and House-Building in Donggo.” Expedition 26, no. 4 (1984): 30-46.

“University Museum Research Projects.” Expedition 26, no. 4 (1984): 48-49.

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Volume 27

Number 1

Jeffrey A. Blakely and James A. Sauer. “The Road to Wadi al-Jubah: Archaeology on the
Ancient Spice Route in Yemen.” Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 2-9.

Mary M. Voigt. “Village on the Euphrates: Excavations at Neolithic Gritille in Turkey.”


Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 10-24.

Wang Ningsheng. “Rock Paintings in Yunnan, China: Some New Light on the Old Shan
Kingdom.” Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 25-33.

David O’Connor. “In Memoriam: Rudolf Anthes.” Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 34-36.

Callum Thomson. “Dorset Shamanism: Excavations in Northern Labrador.” Expedition 27, no. 1
(1985): 37-49.

Ruben E. Reina. “A Maya Teacher: A Day of Fieldwork in the Mountains of Guatemala.”


Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 50-60.

“University Museum Research Projects.” Expedition 27, no. 1 (1985): 62-63.

Number 2

David Gilman Romano. “Introduction.” Expedition 27, no. 2 (1985): 3-6.

Åke W. Sjöberg. “‘Trials of Strength’: Athletics in Mesopotamia.” Expedition 27, no. 2 (1985):
7-9.

David Gilman Romano. “Boycotts, Bribes, and Fines: The Ancient Olympic Games.” Expedition
27, no. 2 (1985): 10-21.

Karen Brown Vellucci. “Etruscan Athletics: Glimpses of an Elusive Civilization.” Expedition 27,
no. 2 (1985): 22-29.

Donald White. “Roman Athletics: Classical Antecedents to the National Mania.” Expedition 27,
no. 2 (1985): 30-40.

Murray C. McClellan. “‘To Play Properly with a Glass Ball’: An Unusual Object in The
University Museum.” Expedition 27, no. 2 (1985): 41-43.

Christopher Jones. “The Rubber Ball Game: A Universal Mesoamerican Sport.” Expedition 27,
no. 2 (1985): 44-52.

Marshall Joseph Becker. “Lacrosse: Political Organization in North America as Reflected in

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Athletic Competition.” Expedition 27, no. 2 (1985): 53-56.

John L. Cotter. “The History of Sporting America: Philadelphia Pastimes.” Expedition 27, no. 2
(1985): 57-61.

Number 3

Robert J. Sharer. “Introduction.” Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 2-5.

Mary Ellen Miller. “Tikal, Guatemala: A Rationale for the Placement of the Funerary Pyramids.”
Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 6-15.

Robert J. Sharer. “Archaeology and Epigraphy Revisited: An Archaeological Enigma and the
Origins of Maya Writing.” Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 16-19.

Christopher Jones. “Maya Hieroglyphs: A History of Decipherment.” Expedition 27, no. 3


(1985): 20-25.

Elin Danien. “Send Me Mr. Burkitt . . . Some Whiskey and Wine!: Early Archaeology in Central
America.” Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 26-33.

William A. Haviland. “Population and Social Dynamics: The Dynasties and Social Structure of
Tikal.” Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 34-41.

Chris Ray. “Rebuilding the Ruins: Making a Scale Model of the Ancient Maya City of Tikal.”
Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 42-44.

Caroline G. Dosker. “From the Archives: Mary Louise Baker and the Maya.” Expedition 27, no.
3 (1985): 45-49.

Jeff Karl Kowalski. “Lords of the Northern Maya: Dynastic History in the Inscriptions of Uxmal
and Chichen Itza.” Expedition 27, no. 3 (1985): 50-60.

Volume 28

Number 1

Suzanne Richard. “Excavations at Khirbet Iskander, Jordan: A Glimpse at Settled Life during the
“Dark Age” in Palestinian Archaeology.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 3-12.

Genevieve Fisher. “‘Ill-Understood Relics’: A Group of Early Anglo-Saxon Artifacts in The


University Museum.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 13-21.

Michael Hitchcock. “Basket Makers of the Highlands: The Dou Wawo of Bima, Sumbawa.”
Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 22-28.

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Elisabeth Tooker. “Fabrics of the Iroquois: The Lewis H. Morgan Collection for the New York
State Museum.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 29-34.

Graeme Henderson and Ian Crawford. “Sampans, Belangs, and Junkos: The Pearling Boats of
the Aru Islands.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 36-46.

Vimala Begley. “Rouletting and Chattering: Decoration on Ancient and Present-Day Pottery in
India.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 47-54.

Michael Parrington and Janet Wideman. “Acculturation in an Urban Setting: The Archaeology
of a Black Philadelphia Cemetery.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 55-62.

“University Museum Research Projects.” Expedition 28, no. 1 (1986): 63-64.

Number 2

Robert J. Braidwood. “Introduction: The Origin and Growth of a Research Focus--Agricultural


Beginnings.” Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 2-7.

Charles A. Reed. “Wild Animals Ain’t So Wild, Domesticating Them Not So Difficult.”
Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 8-15.

Andrew Sillen. “Dietary Reconstruction and Near Eastern Archaeology.” Expedition 28, no. 2
(1986): 16-22.

Solomon H. Katz and Mary M. Voigt. “Bread and Beer: The Early Use of Cereals in the Human
Diet.” Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 23-34.

Gil Stein. “Herding Strategies at Neolithic Gritille: The Use of Animal Bone Remains to
Reconstruct Ancient Economic Systems.” Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 35-42.

Walter Fairservis, Jr. “Cattle and the Harappan Chiefdoms of the Indus Valley.” Expedition 28,
no. 2 (1986): 43-50.

William Davenport. “States, Chiefdoms, and Tribes.” Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 50.

Peter Bogucki. “The Antiquity of Dairying in Temperate Europe.” Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986):
51-58.

Pam Crabtree. “Dairying in Irish Prehistory: The Evidence from a Ceremonial Center.”
Expedition 28, no. 2 (1986): 59-62.

Number 3

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Introduction.” Expedition 28, no. 3 (1986): 2.

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Christopher Jones. “A Ruler in Triumph: Chocola Monument 1.” Expedition 28, no. 3 (1986): 3-
12.

Donald White. “The Morris Coin: A Masterpiece by Euaenetus.” Expedition 28, no. 3 (1986):
13-21.

Elizabeth Lyons. “Ming Huang’s Journey to Shu: The History of a Painting.” Expedition 28, no.
3 (1986): 22-28.

Richard L. Zettler. “From Beneath the Temple: Inscribed Objects from Ur.” Expedition 28, no. 3
(1986): 29-38.

Stuart Fleming. “The Mummies of Pachacamac: An Exceptional Legacy from Uhle’s 1896
Excavations.” Expedition 28, no. 3 (1986): 39-45.

Bien D. Chiang. “Paiwan Qeluz: A Carved Slate Pillar from Taiwan.” Expedition 28, no. 3
(1986): 46-53.

Adria Holmes Katz. “Corselets of Fiber: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gilbertese Armor.”
Expedition 28, no. 3 (1986): 54-60.

Volume 29

Number 1

Alan Mann and Janet Monge. “Reproducing Our Ancestors: The University Museum’s Casting
Program.” Expedition 29, no. 1 (1987): 2-9.

Salah Hassan. “The Adrim or ‘Virginity Disc’: Marking the Passage to Womanhood in Siwah.”
Expedition 29, no. 1 (1987): 10-16.

Steven M. Albert. “Tubuan: Masks and Men in Southern New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.”
Expedition 29, no. 1 (1987): 17-26.

David O’Connor. “The Earliest Pharoahs and The University Museum: Old and New
Excavations: 1900-1987.” Expedition 29, no. 1 (1987): 27-39.

William D. Glanzman. “Etruscan and South Italian Bird-Askoi: A Technological View.”


Expedition 29, no. 1 (1987): 40-48.

Elisabeth Tooker. “The ‘Speck Iroquois Collection’ in the University Museum.” Expedition 29,
no. 1 (1987): 49-53.

Jeanny Vorys Canby. “A Monumental Puzzle: Reconstructing the Ur-Nammu Stela.” Expedition

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29, no. 1 (1987): 54-64.

Richard Zettler. “The Empire of Ur-Nammu under His Descendants.” Expedition 29, no. 1
(1987): 57.

Number 2

Brian Fagan. “Archaeology and Pseudo-Archaeology.” Expedition 29, no. 2


(1987): 2-3.

Philip G. Chase. “The Cult of the Cave Bear: Prehistoric Rite or Scientific Myth?” Expedition
29, no. 2 (1987): 4-11.

Harold L. Dibble. “New Excavations at Ice Age Sites.” Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 10-11.

Stephen M. Epstein. “‘Scholars Will Call It Nonsense’: The Structure of Erich von Daniken’s
Argument.” Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 12-18.

Nicholas Hartmann. “Atlantis Lost and Found: The Ancient Aegean from Politics to Volcanoes.”
Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 19-26.

Bryce Little. “The Misusable Past: Facts and Fantasies in North American Archaeology.”
Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 27-37.

James D. Muhly. “Solomon, the Copper King: A Twentieth Century Myth.” Expedition 29, no. 2
(1987): 38-47.

Janice B. Klein. “The Life and Times of King Arthur.” Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 48-55.

David Silverman. “The Curse of the Curse of the Pharaohs.” Expedition 29, no. 2 (1987): 56-63.

Number 3

Ward H. Goodenough and Stephen D. Thomas. “Traditional Navigation in the Western Pacific:
A Search for Pattern.” Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 3-14.

A. John Gwinnett and Leonard Gorelick. “The Change from Stone Drills to Copper Drills in
Mesopotamia: An Experimental Perspective.” Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 15-24.

David Conwell. “On Ostrich Eggs and Libyans: Traces of a Bronze Age People from Bates’
Island, Egypt.” Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 25-34.

David O’Connor. “Egyptians and Libyans in the New Kingdom: An Interpretation.” Expedition
29, no. 3 (1987): 35-37.

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Lee Horne. “Artisans and Archaeologists: A Special Section on the Study of Crafts in India.”
Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 38.

Lee Horne. “The Brasscasters of Dariapur, West Bengal: Artisans in a Changing World.”
Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 39-46.

Chandra L. Reedy. “Modern Statues and Traditional Methods: A Casting Workshop in Chamba,
Himachal Pradesh, Northwest India.” Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 47-54.

Marilyn P. Beaudry, J. Mark Kenoyer, and Rita P. Wright. “Traditional Potters of India:
Ethnoarchaeological Observations in America.” Expedition 29, no. 3 (1987): 55-63.

Volume 30

Number 1

William H. Davenport and Adria Katz. [Opening Statement.] Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 1.

William H. Davenport. “Introduction.” Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 3-4.

Timothy C. Jessup and Andrew P. Vayda. “Dayaks and Forests of Interior Borneo.” Expedition
30, no. 1 (1988): 5-17.

Christine Padoch. “Agriculture in Interior Borneo: Shifting Cultivation and Alternatives.”


Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 18-28.

Richard Allen Drake. “Ibanic Textile Weaving: Its Enchantment in Social and Religious
Practices.” Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 29-36.

“Selections from the Exhibition: ‘The Dayaks: Peoples of the Borneo Rainforest’, February 25,
1989, to June 3, 1990.” Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 37-44.

Donald E. Brown. “Tribe-Sultanate Relationships: Traditional Patterns of Rule in Brunei.”


Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 45-50.

Herbert L. Whittier and Patricia R. Whittier. “Baby Carriers: A Link Between Social and
Spiritual Values Among the Kenyah Dayak of Borneo.” Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 51-58.

Lucas Chin. “Trade Objects: Their Impact on the Cultures of the Indigenous Peoples of Sarawak,
Borneo.” Expedition 30, no. 1 (1988): 59-64.

Adria H. Katz. “Borneo to Philadelphia: The Furness-Hiller-Harrison Collections.” Expedition


30, no. 1 (1988): 65-72.

Number 2

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R. H. Dyson, Jr. “Where in the World?” Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 1.

Himanshu P. Ray. “Early Buddhist Caves of the Western Deccan: Indian Long-Distance Trade in
the Early Centuries A.D.” Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 3-9.

Karen Polinger Foster. “Snakes and Lions: A New Reading of the West House Frescoes from
Thera.” Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 10-20.

Kyle M. Phillips and Ann H. Ashmead. “Undoing the Past: Changing Attitudes Towards the
Restoration of Greek Pots.” Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 21-28.

Stephen P. Koob. “The Conservation and Restoration of Red-figure Stamnos No. 48-30-3.”
Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 29-30.

Ralph M. Rowlett. “Titelberg: A Celtic Hillfort in Luxembourg.” Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988):
31-40.

Ruben E. Reina. “The Sacred World of the Maya: Costumbre and Religion in Guatelmala.”
Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 41-52.

Bonita Freeman-Witthoft. “Formal Games in the Cherokee Ritual Cycle.” Expedition 30, no. 2
(1988): 53-60.

Robert L. Schuyler. “University Museum Research Projects: Silver Reef Project: Creation of a
‘Historic Ethnography’ for a 19th Century American Mining Town on the Western Frontier.”
Expedition 30, no. 2 (1988): 61-63.

Number 3

Karen L. Mohr Chavez. “About This Issue.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 1.

“Chronology Table for South Central Andean Prehistory.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 2.

“Map of the Andean Region of Southern Peru and Northern Bolivia.” Expedition 30, no. 3
(1988): 3.

Karen L. Mohr Chavez. “Alfred Kidder II: 1911-1984.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 4-7.

Clark L. Erickson. “Raised Field Agriculture in the Lake Titicaca Basin: Putting Ancient
Agriculture Back to Work.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 8-16.

Karen L. Mohr Chavez. “The Significance of Chiripa in Lake Titicaca Basin Developments.”
Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 17-26.

Sergio J. Chavez. “Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Province of Chumbivilcas, South

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Highland Peru.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 27-38.

Denise Carlevato. “Late Ceramics from Pucara, Peru: An Indicator of Changing Site
Function.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 39-45.

Catherine J. Julien. “The Squier Causeway at Lake Umayo: Notes on Ancient Travel in the
Northern Lake Titicaca Basin.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 46-55.

Susan A. Niles. “Looking for ‘Lost’ Inca Palaces.” Expedition 30, no. 3 (1988): 56-64.

Volume 31

Number 1

Simon Holdaway and Susan A. Johnston. “Upper Paleolithic Notation Systems in Prehistoric
Europe.” Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 3-11.

John Monaghan. “The Feathered Serpent in Oaxaca: An Approach to the Study of the Mixtec
Codices.” Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 12-18.

Ward H. Goodenough. “The Trukese-English Dictionary: Recording a Language on the


Computer.” Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 19-25.

Ezat O. Negahban. “Persian Calligraphy: The Development of an Art Form.” Expedition 31, no.
1 (1989): 26-39.

Cheng-mei Chang. “Chinese Writing: A System of Characters Rich in Structural Diversity.”


Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 40-51.

John Winter. “Chinese Ink.” Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 52-53.

Lynn E. Roller. “The Art of Writing at Gordion.” Expedition 31, no. 1 (1989): 54-61.

Number 2-3

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “Rediscovering Hasanlu.” Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 3-11.

Mary Virginia Harris. “Glimpses of an Iron Age Landscape: Plants at Hasanlu.” Expedition 31,
no. 2-3 (1989): 12-23.

Oscar White Muscarella. “Warfare at Hasanlu in the Late 9th Century B.C.” Expedition 31, no.
2-3 (1989): 24-36.

Maude de Schauensee. “Horse Gear from Hasanlu.” Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 37-52.

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Michelle I. Marcus. “Emblems of Authority: The Seals and Sealings from Hasanlu IVB.”
Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 53-63.

Tammi J. Schneider. “Assyrian Texts: The Inscriptions of Assurnasirpal II and His Son.”
Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 64-66.

Vincent C. Pigott. “The Emergence of Iron Use at Hasanlu.” Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 67-
79.

David S. Reese. “Treasures from the Sea: Shells and Shell Ornaments from Hasanlu IVB.”
Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989): 80-86.

Irene J. Winter. “The ‘Hasanlu Gold Bowl’: Thirty Years Later.” Expedition 31, no. 2-3 (1989):
87-106.

Robert H. Dyson, Jr. “The Iron Age Architecture at Hasanlu: An Essay.” Expedition 31, no. 2-3
(1989): 107-127.

Volume 32

Number 1

Ben Burt. “Kwara’ae Costume Ornaments: A Solomon Islands Art Form.” Expedition 32, no. 1
(1990): 3-15.

Patrick E. McGovern. “The Ultimate Attire: Jewelry from a Canaanite Temple at Beth Shan.”
Expedition 32, no. 1 (1990): 16-23.

Nancy Micklewright. “Looking at the Past: Nineteenth Century Images of Constantinople as


Historic Documents.” Expedition 32, no. 1 (1990): 24-32.

Lorraine V. Aragon. “Barkcloth Production in Central Sulawesi: A Vanishing Textile


Technology in Outer Island Indonesia.” Expedition 32, no. 1 (1990): 33-48.

Karen S. Rubinson. “The Textiles from Pazyryk: A Study in the Transfer and Transformation of
Artisitc Motifs.” Expedition 32, no. 1 (1990): 49-61.

Number 2

Kathryn Gleason. “Introduction: Gardens and Landscapes of the Past.” Expedition 32, no. 2
(1990): 3.

Kathryn L. Gleason. “The Garden Portico of Pompey the Great: An Ancient Public Park
Preserved in the Layers of Rome.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 4-13.

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Anne Yentsch. “Historic Morven: The Archaeological Reappearance of an 18th Century
Princeton Garden.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 14-23.

Lydia Mihelic Pulsipher. “They Have Saturdays and Sundays to Feed Themselves: Slave
Gardens in the Caribbean.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 24-33.

Gail E. Wagner. “Charcoal, Isotopes, and Shell Hoes: Reconstructing a 12th Century Native
American Garden.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 34-43.

Steve Ford, Mark Bowden, Vince Gaffney, and Geoff Mees. “Dating Ancient Field Systems on
the Berkshire Downs in England.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 44-51.

Naomi F. Miller. “Palm Trees in Paradise: Victorian Views of the Ancient Near Eastern
Landscape.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 52-60.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 32, no. 2 (1990): 61.

Lynn Grant. “Southwest Pottery Artifacts on Tour: A Report from Conservation.” Expedition 32,
no. 2 (1990): 62-64.

Number 3

Barbara Hayden, Jennifer Moody, and Polymnia Muhly. “Introduction.” Expedition 32, no. 3
(1990): 2-5.

Joseph W. Shaw. “North American Archaeological Work in Crete, 1880 to 1990.” Expedition 32,
no. 3 (1990): 6-14.

Philip P. Betancourt. “The Stone Vessels of Pseira.” Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 15-21.

Geraldine C. Gesell, Leslie Preston Day, and William D.E. Coulson. “Tombs and Burial
Practices in Early Iron Age Crete.” Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 22-30.

J. Wilson Myers and Eleanor Emlen Myers. “Low-Altitude Aerial Photography in Crete.”
Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 31-33.

Harriet Blitzer. “Pastoral Life in the Mountains of Crete: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective.”


Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 34-41.

Barbara J. Hayden and Jennifer A. Moody. “The Vrokastro Survey Project: Providing a Context
for an Early Iron Age Site.” Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 42-53.

Polymnia Muhly. “The Great Goddess and the Priest-King: Minoan Religion in Flux.”
Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 54-61.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 32, no. 3 (1990): 61-62.

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Volume 33

Number 1

Lee Horne. “Introduction: What is Ethnoarchaeology?” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 3.

William A. Longacre, James M. Skibo, and Miriam T. Stark. “Ethnoarchaeology at the Top of
the World: New Ceramic Studies Among the Kalinga of Luzon.” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 4-
15.

Glenn Davis Stone. “Settlement Ethnoarchaeology: Changing Patterns Among the Kofyar of
Nigeria.” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 16-23.

Nan A. Rothschild. “Incorporating the Outdoors as Living Space: Ethnoarchaeology at Zuni


Pueblo, New Mexico.” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 24-32.

Lewis R. Binford. “A Corporate Caribou Hunt: Documenting the Archaeology of Past


Lifeways.” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 33-43.

Lee Horne. “Reading Village Plans: Architecture and Social Change in Northeastern Iran.”
Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 44-52.

Warren R. DeBoer and John H. Blitz. “Ceremonial Centers of the Chachi.” Expedition 33, no. 1
(1991): 53-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 33, no. 1 (1991): 63-64.

Number 2

Victoria Lindsay Levine. “Feathers in Southeast American Indian Ceremonialism.” Expedition


33, no. 2 (1991): 3-11.

Albert H. Schroeder. “Early Accounts of Birds and Feathers Used by the Southwest Indians.”
Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991): 12-21.

Donald N. Brown. “Indians, Feathers, and the Law in Western Oklahoma.” Expedition 33, no. 2
(1991): 22-29.

“Sacred Protection: Shields of the Plains and Southwest in The University Museum’s
Collections.” Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991): 30-34.

Marianne L. Stoller. “Birds, Feathers, and Hopi Ceremonialism.” Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991):
35-45.

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Robert J. Sharer, Loa P. Traxler, and Julia C. Miller. “Reports from the Field: The Copan Corte:
A Window on the Architectural History of a Maya City.” Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991): 46-54.

Lucy Fowler Williams. “Behind the Scenes: The Calusa Indians: Maritime Peoples of Florida in
the Age of Columbus.” Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991): 55-61.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 33, no. 2 (1991): 61-62.

Number 3

“Reflections of a Digger.” Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 3-4.

David O’Connor. “Boat Graves and Pyramid Origins: New Discoveries at Abydos, Egypt.”
Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 5-17.

Seetha N. Reddy. “On the Banks of the River: Opportunistic Cultivation in South India.”
Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 18-26.

William H. Isbell. “Honcopampa: Monumental Ruins in Peru’s North Highlands.” Expedition 33,
no. 3 (1991): 27-36.

Kenneth M. Kensinger. “A Body of Knowledge, or, the Body Knows.” Expedition 33, no. 3
(1991): 37-45.

Eric H. Cline and Martin J. Cline. “‘Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax’: International Trade
and the Late Bronze Age Aegean.” Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 46-54.

Robert S. O. Harding. “Reports from the Field: Capuchins, Capybaras, and Cattle.” Expedition
33, no. 3 (1991): 55-59.

“Cumulative Index: Expedition Magazine 1958-1990.” Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 60-77.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 33, no. 3 (1991): 78-79.

Volume 34

Number 1-2

Donald White. “Preface: Excavations at The Extramural Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone
at Cyrene, 1969-1981.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 3-5.

Donald White. “The Sanctuary’s History and Architecture.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 6-15.

Jaimee P. Uhlenbrock. “History, Trade, and the Terracottas.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 16-
23.

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Gerald P. Schaus. “Pottery from the Sanctuary: A Question of Function.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2
(1992): 24-33.

Donald White. “Illustrations by the Early Travelers: An Appreciation of a Lost Art.” Expedition
34, no. 1-2 (1992): 34-49.

P. Gregory Warden. “Gift, Offering, and Reciprocity: Personalized Remembrance and the ‘Small
Finds’.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 50-58.

T. V. Buttrey. “The Coins and the Cult.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 59-66.

Susan Kane. “Kore’s Return: Statuary from the Sanctuary.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 67-75.

Donald White. “Statue Breakers and Spirit Exorcists: The Earthquake


Destruction and Its Aftereffects.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 76-85.

Janet Monge. “Victims of the Quake.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 78-79.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 34, no. 1-2 (1992): 86-87.

Number 3

Philip G. Chase. “Introduction.” Expedition 34, no. 3 (1992): 3.

Philip G. Chase. “What Were the Ice Ages?” Expedition 34, no. 3 (1992): 4-13.

Harold L. Dibble. “Paleolithic Archaeology: The Search for our Human Heritage.” Expedition
34, no. 3 (1992): 14-22.

Nancy Minugh-Purvis. “The Inhabitants of Ice Age Europe.” Expedition 34, no. 3 (1992): 23-36.

Randall White. “The Earliest Images: Ice Age ‘Art’ in Europe.” Expedition 34, no. 3 (1992): 37-
51.

Philip G. Chase. “Language in the Ice Ages: When Did Europeans First Speak?” Expedition 34,
no. 3 (1992): 52-61.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 34, no. 3 (1992): 62.

Volume 35

Number 1

Catherine M. Cameron. “Introduction: Recent Research in the Prehistoric Southwest.”

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Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 3.

Christian E. Downum. “Southwestern Archaeology: Past, Present, and Future.” Expedition 35,
no. 1 (1993): 4-13.

Eric Blinman. “Anasazi Pottery: Evolution of a Technology.” Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 14-22.

Catherine M. Cameron. “Photographic Analysis: A Study of Architectural Change at Oraibi


Pueblo.” Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 23-33.

Paul Minnis and Michael Whalen. “Casas Grandes: Archaeology in Northern Mexico.”
Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 34-43.

Stephen H. Lekson. “Chaco, Hohokam and Mimbres: The Southwest in the 11th and 12th
Centuries.” Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 44-52.

Glen Rice and Charles Redman. “Platform Mounds of the Arizona Desert: An Experiment in
Organizational Complexity.” Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 53-63.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 35, no. 1 (1993): 64.

Number 2

“Introduction: Nubia: An Ancient African Civilization.” Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 3.

David O’Connor. “Chiefs or Kings?: Rethinking Early Nubian Politics.” Expedition 35, no. 2
(1993): 4-14.

Samia B. Dafa’alla. “Art and Industry: The Achievements of Meroe.” Expedition 35, no. 2
(1993): 15-27.

William Y. Adams. “Medieval Nubia: Another Golden Age.” Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 28-39.

Frank M. Snowden, Jr. “Images and Attitudes: Ancient Views of Nubia and the Nubians.”
Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 40-50.

John Alexander. “Beyond the Nile: The Influence of Egypt and Nubia in Sub-Saharan Africa.”
Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 51-61.

Christopher Ray. “Behind the Scenes: Karanog, Wealthy Capital of a Lower Nubian Province.”
Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 62-63.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 35, no. 2 (1993): 64.

Number 3

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Lee Horne. “Introduction: Focus on Fieldwork.” Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 3.

Barbara H. Roll. “Loving a Village.” Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 4-18.

Kris L. Hardin. “Representing Africa: Whose Story Counts?” Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 19-33.

Eleanor M. King. “Fieldwork in Brazil: Petrullo’s Visit to the Yawalapiti.” Expedition 35, no. 3
(1993): 34-43.

Vincenzo Petrullo. “‘Among Friends’: Excerpt from Uni, an Unpublished Manuscript.”


Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 44-53.

Lee Horne. “Behind the Scenes: Return to Caracol.” Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 54-57.

Loa Traxler. “Reports from the Field: A New Discovery at Copan.” Expedition 35, no. 3
(1993): 58-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 35, no. 3 (1993): 63.

Volume 36

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 36, no. 1
(1994): 2.

Lee Horne. “Introduction.” Expedition 36, no. 1 (1994): 3.

Lea S. McChesney. “Producing ‘Generations in Clay’: Kinship, Markets, and Hopi Pottery.”
Expedition 36, no. 1 (1994): 4-13.

Bruce Bernstein. “Pueblo Potters, Museum Curators, and Santa Fe’s Indian Market.” Expedition
36, no. 1 (1994): 14-23.

Linda B. Eaton. “The Hopi Craftsman Exhibition: The Creation of Authenticity.” Expedition 36,
no. 1 (1994): 24-32.

Duffie Westheimer. “The Annual MNA Indian Art Exhibitions.” Expedition 36, no. 1 (1994): 33-
43.

Tessie Naranjo. “Pottery Making in a Changing World: Santa Clara Pueblo.” Expedition 36, no.
1 (1994): 44-50.

“Pueblo Pottery in the Collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum.” Expedition 36,
no. 1 (1994): 51-57.

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“About the Authors.” Expedition 36, no. 1 (1994): 58-59.

Number 2-3

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3
(1994): 2.

Gregory M. Bongard-Levin, and Yuri G. Vinogradov. “The Northern Black Sea Coast in
Classical Antiquity: New Discoveries.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 3-4.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 5-6.

Nina A. Leypunskaya. “Olbia Pontica and the ‘Olbian Muse’.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 7-
17.

Yuri G. Vinogradov. “A Maiden’s Golden Burial from Berezan, the Island of Achilles.”
Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 18-28.

Aleksey A. Malyshev and Michail J. Treister. “A Warrior’s Burial from the Asiatic Bosporous in
the Augustan Age.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 29-37.

Michail J. Treister. “A New Example of Ancient Metalwork from a Sarmatian Kurgan.”


Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): 38-46.

Ekaterina M. Alekseyeva. “Gorgippia: A Bosporan Polis in Ancient Sindike.” Expedition 36, no.
2-3 (1994): 47-55.

“The Ancient Greek World: The Rodney S. Young Gallery.” Expedition 36, no. 2-3 (1994): A1-
A40.

Volume 37

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 37, no. 1
(1995): 2.

Dorothy K. Washburn. “Introduction.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 3-4.

“Hopi.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 5-24.

“Work by Students at Hopi Day School for the 1994 Hopi Art Fair.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995):
6-14.

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Owen Seumptewa. “Photographs by Owen Seumptewa.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 15-18.

Victoria Spencer, and Marlene Sekaquaptewa. “Piki of the Hopi Indians.” Expedition 37, no. 1
(1995): 19-24.

“Zuni.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 25-40.

“Prepared Foods: Excerpted from ‘Uses of Native Materials in Zuni Pueblo,’ written by Zuni
High School English Composition students and edited by Patricia Joan Allen (Zuni, New
Mexico: Zuni High School, 1989), 52-65.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 26-35.

Steven Godfrey. “Photographs by Steven Godfrey.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 36-40.

“Navajo.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 41-64.

Hershman John. “Two Poems by Hershman John.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 42-45.

Jasper Tso. “Photographs by Jasper Tso.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 46-47.

Monty Roessel. “Navajo Voices.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 48-53.

“Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, Arizona.” Expedition 37, no. 1
(1995): 54-59.

Curtis Yazzie. “Photographs by Curtis Yazzie.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 60-61.

Diane Willie. “Frank.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 62-64.

“Apache.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 65-84.

“Mescalero Apache Elementary School Basketry Project.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 66.

“Whiteriver Elementary School, Whiteriver, Arizona.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 67-81.

Bennett Cosay. “Photographs by Bennett Cosay.” Expedition 37, no. 1 (1995): 82-84.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 37, no. 2
(1995): 2.

Hattula Moholy-Nagy. “Shells and Society at Tikal, Guatemala.” Expedition 37, no. 2 (1995): 3-
13.

Gary M. Feinman and Linda M. Nicholas. “Household Craft Specialization and Shell Ornament
Manufacture in Ejutla, Mexico.” Expedition 37, no. 2 (1995): 14-25.

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Timothy Matney. “Reviews and Reports: Re-excavating Cheshmeh Ali.” Expedition 37, no. 2
(1995): 26-38.

Steven E. Sidebotham and Ronald E. Zitterkopf. “Routes Through the Eastern Desert of Egypt.”
Expedition 37, no. 2 (1995): 39-52.

“Behind the Scenes: Illuminating the Past: Art and Artists of the Ban Chiang Project.”
Expedition 37, no. 2 (1995): 53-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 37, no. 2 (1995): 63.

Number 3

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 37, no. 3
(1995): 2.

“Cambodia: Restoration and Revival.” Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 3-5.

Thierry Zephir. “The Angkorean Temple-Mountain: Diversity, Evolution, Permanence.”


Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 6-17.

Richard A. Engelhardt. “Two Thousand Years of Engineering Genius on the Angkor Plain.”
Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 18-30.

David Bowden. “Angkor: Planning for Sustainable Tourism.” Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 31-
42.

David A. Feingold. “The Play of the Gods: A Photo-Essay on Khmer Dance Training.”
Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 43-51.

Heather A. Peters. “Cambodian History Through Cambodian Museums.” Expedition 37, no. 3
(1995): 52-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 37, no. 3 (1995): 63-64.

Volume 38

Number 1

Stephen M. Epstein. “Musings and Visions from the Museum.” Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 2.

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Settlement Patterns and Community Organization in the Maya Lowlands.”
Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 3-13.

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Richard L. Zettler. “Tell es-Sweyhat, 1989-1995: A City in Northern Mesopotamia in the 3rd
Millennium B.C.” Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 14-26.

Naomi F. Miller and Jill Ann Weber. “Botanical and Faunal Remains from Tell es-Sweyhat.”
Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 27-29.

Peter Peregrine. “Geomagnetic Mapping at Tell es-Sweyhat.” Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 30-
33.

Michael D. Danti. “The Tell es-Sweyhat Regional Archaeological Project.” Expedition 38, no. 1
(1996): 34-36.

H. Leedom Lefferts, Jr. “The Ritual Importance of the Mundane: White Cloth Among the Tai of
Southeast Asia.” Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 37-50.

Jeremiah Dandoy. “Reviews and Reports: Astragali, the Ubiquitous Gaming Pieces.” Expedition
38, no. 1 (1996): 51-58.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 38, no. 1 (1996): 59.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 38, no. 2
(1996): 2.

Lee Horne. “Glass in the Roman World.” Expedition 38, no. 2 (1996): 3.

David Whitehouse. “Glass, Gold, and Gold-Glasses.” Expedition 38, no. 2 (1996): 4-12.

Stuart J. Fleming. “Early Imperial Roman Glass at the University of Pennsylvania Museum.”
Expedition 38, no. 2 (1996): 13-37.

John Scarborough. “Drugs and Medicines in the Roman World.” Expedition 38, no. 2 (1996): 38-
51.

Hilary E. M. Cool. “The Boudican Uprising and the Glass Vessels from Colchester.” Expedition
38, no. 2 (1996): 52-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 38, no. 2 (1996): 63-64.

Number 3

Vincent C. Pigott. “Musings and Visions from the Associate Director.” Expedition 38, no. 3
(1996): 2.

Robert McCracken Peck. “Nomads of the High Plateau: Photographs of Mongolia.” Expedition

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38, no. 3 (1996): 3-18.

Dorothy K. Washburn. “Social Messages and Cultural Information in the Clothing of Southern
Lao Women.” Expedition 38, no. 3 (1996): 19-23.

William H. Davenport. “Wogosia: An Annual Renewal Rite in the Eastern Solomon Islands.”
Expedition 38, no. 3 (1996): 24-40.

Michael W. Meister. “Temples Along the Indus.” Expedition 38, no. 3 (1996): 41-54.

Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway. “Is the Hope Head an Italian Goddess?: A Case of Circumstantial
Evidence.” Expedition 38, no. 3 (1996): 55-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 38, no. 3 (1996): 63-64.

Volume 39

Number 1

Helen Schenck. “From the Editor.” Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 2.

Patrick E. McGovern, Ulrich Hartung, Virginia R. Badler, Donald L. Glusker, and Lawrence J.
Exner. “The Beginnings of Winemaking and Viniculture in the Ancient Neat East and Egypt.”
Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 3-21.

Paul Yule. “The Copper Hoards of Northern India.” Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 22-32.

David R. Starbuck. “Military Hospitals on the Frontier of Colonial America.” Expedition 39, no.
1 (1997): 33-45.

Adria H. Katz and Jennifer L. White. “Behind the Scenes: Betel Chewing Paraphenalia from
Asia and the Pacific.” Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 46-47.

Denise Schmandt-Besserat. “Animal Symbols at ‘Ain Ghazal.” Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 48-
58.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 39, no. 1 (1997): 59-60.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 39, no. 2
(1997): 2.

Helen Schenck. “Introduction.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997): 3.

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Michael Vickers. “Glassware and the Changing Arbiters of Taste.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997):
4-14.

David West Reynolds. “The Lost Architecture of Ancient Rome: Insights from the Severan Plan
and the Regionary Catalogues.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997): 15-24.

Stuart J. Fleming. “Late Roman Glass at the University of Pennsylvania Museum: A Photo
Essay.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997): 25-41.

Hugh Elton. “Off the Battlefield: The Civilian’s View of Late Roman Soldiers.” Expedition 39,
no. 2 (1997): 42-50.

John Scarborough. “The Life and Times of Alexander of Tralles.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997):
51-60.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 39, no. 2 (1997): 61-62.

Number 3

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 39, no. 3
(1997): 2.

Donald White. “Of Coffins, Curses, and Other Plumbeous Matters: The Museum’s Lead Burial
Casket from Tyre.” Expedition 39, no. 3 (1997): 3-14.

Irene Bald Romano. “No Longer the ‘Pitcairn Nike’: A Minerva-Victoria from Cyrene.”
Expedition 39, no. 3 (1997): 15-26.

Peggy Reeves Sanday. “Eggi’s Village: Reconsidering the Meaning of Matriarchy.” Expedition
39, no. 3 (1997): 27-36.

Elin Danien. “The Ritual on the Ratinlixul Vase: Pots and Politics in Highland Guatemala.”
Expedition 39, no. 3 (1997): 37-48.

John Kantner. “Ancient Roads, Modern Mapping: Evaluating Chaco Anasazi Roadways Using
GIS Technology.” Expedition 39, no. 3 (1997): 49-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 39, no. 3 (1997): 63-64.

Volume 40

Number 1

Pamela Hearne Jardine. “Exhibition on Pomo Indian Weavers and Basketry.” Expedition 40, no.
1 (1998): 2.

179
Victoria Patterson. “Change and Continuity: Transformations of Pomo Life.” Expedition 40, no.
1 (1998): 3-14.

Sherrie Smith-Ferri. “The Development of the Commercial Market for Pomo Indian Baskets.”
Expedition 40, no. 1 (1998): 15-22.

Judith Berman. “Building a Collection: Native Californian Basketry at the University of


Pennsylvania Museum.” Expedition 40, no. 1 (1998): 23-33.

Sally McLendon. “Pomo Basket Weavers in the University of Pennsylvania Museum


Collections.” Expedition 40, no. 1 (1998): 34-47.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 40, no. 1 (1998): 48.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 40, no. 2
(1998): 2.

Helen Schenck. “Introduction.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 3.

Lee Horne. “Ur and Its Treasures: The Royal Tombs.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 4-11.

Anne Draffkorn Kilmer. “The Musical Instruments from Ur and Ancient Mesopotamian Music.”
Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 12-19.

Maude de Schauensee. “The ‘Boat-Shaped’ Lyre: Restudy of a Unique Musical Instrument from
Ur.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 20-28.

Edward Ochsenschlager. “Life on the Edge of the Marshes.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 29-39.

Steve Tinney. “Texts, Tablets, and Teaching: Scribal Education in Nippur and Ur.” Expedition
40, no. 2 (1998): 40-50.

Yelena Rakic. “Rescue and Restoration: A History of the Philadelphia “Ram Caught in a
Thicket”.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 51-59.

Tamsen Fuller. “A Makeover for the Philadelphia ‘Ram Caught in a Thicket’.” Expedition 40,
no. 2 (1998): 60-62.

“About the Authors.” Expedition 40, no. 2 (1998): 63-64.

Number 3

Marilyn Norcini. “From the New Associate Director for Collections and Exhibitions.”

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Expedition 40, no. 3 (1998): 2.

David R. Starbuck. “New Perspectives on Shaker Life: An Archaeologist Discovers ‘Hog


Heaven’ at Canterbury Shaker Village.” Expedition 40, no. 3 (1998): 3-16.

John L. Cotter. “Jamestown: A Personal Reminiscence.” Expedition 40, no. 3 (1998): 17-26.

Steve Ferzacca. “Frederica de Laguna and Her Reunion Under Mount Saint Elias.” Expedition
40, no. 3 (1998): 27-33.

“Faces of the Canaanites and Israelites.” Expedition 40, no. 3 (1998): 34-35.

Pia Guldager Bilde. “‘Those Nemi Sculptures . . . ‘: Marbles from a Roman Sanctuary in the
University of Pennsylvania Museum.” Expedition 40, no. 3 (1998): 36-47.

Volume 41

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” Expedition 41, no. 1
(1999): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: New Additions to the Bonfils Photographic Collection.”
Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 3.

Patrick E. McGovern. “Research Notes: Searching for the Beginnings of Winemaking.”


Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 4-5.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Mediterranean Section; Dr. Fredrik T. Hiebert;
Dr. Ezat O. Negahban; John Lambert Cotter, Ph.D.” Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 6.

William H. Davenport. “Vengeful Spirits and Guardian Dieties: Myth and Sculpture in the
Eastern Solomon Islands.” Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 7-16.

Dietrich Berges. “Hidden Treasures from the Vault: Engraved Gems from the Maxwell
Sommerville Collection.” Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 17-28.

Naomi F. Miller. “Science & Archaeology: Date Sex in Mesopotamia!” Expedition 41, no. 1
(1999): 29-30.

Douglas M. Haller. “Architectural Archaeology: A Centennial View of the Museum Buildings.”


Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 31-47.

Pam Kosty. “What in the World?: In the Beginning . . . “ Expedition 41, no. 1 (1999): 48.

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Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 2.

Alex Pezzati and Jennifer Quick. “From the Archives: The Flowering Museum Gardens.”
Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 3.

Fredrik T. Hiebert. “Research Notes: In Search of Anau’s Past.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 4-5.

Stuart J. Fleming. “Science & Archaeology: Confounding the Conquistadors: Tumbaga’s


Spurious Luster.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 6-7.

Robert J. Sharer. “Archaeology and History in the Royal Acropolis, Copan, Honduras.”
Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 8-15.

David W. Sedat and Fernando Lopez. “Tunneling into the Heart of the Copan Acropolis.”
Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 16-21.

John F. Harris. “Dynasty Founder Yax K’uk’ Mo’ According to the Inscriptions.” Expedition 41,
no. 2 (1999): 22-28.

Ellen E. Bell, Loa P. Traxler, David W. Sedat, and Robert J. Sharer. “Uncovering Copan’s
Earliest Royal Tombs.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 29-35.

Eleanor Coates. “Featured Finds from Copan: A Portfolio of Photographs.” Expedition 41, no. 2
(1999): 36-38.

Lynn Grant. “Conservation at Copan.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 39-44.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The International Classroom; Sara Senior; The
Women’s Committee; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” Expedition 41, no.
2 (1999): 46-47.

Jennifer Houser Wegner. “What in the World?: Lost and Found Fragments of Egyptian
Wisdom.” Expedition 41, no. 2 (1999): 48.

Number 3

Donald White. “Renovating the Etruscan and Roman Galleries.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “Sitio Conte Excavations Come to Life on the Web.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999):
3.

Josef Wegner. “Research Notes: Excavating the Residence of an Ancient Egyptian Mayor.”
Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 4-5.

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Janet Monge and Alan Mann. “Science & Archaeology: A New View of a Neandertal Fossil
Bone Collection.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 6-7.

Michael C. Howard and Naffi Sanggenafa. “Terfo: Survival of a Weaving Tradition in New
Guinea.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 8-19.

Adria Katz. “An Early Example of Terfo.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 17.

Richard Veit. “Mastodons, Mound Builders, and Montroville Wilson Dickeson--Pioneering


American Archaeologist.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 20-31.

Dan Penny. “Pollen Grains in Sands of Time: Lake Sediments Contribute to the Archaeology of
Thailand.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 32-36.

Fredrik T. Hiebert. “On the Track of the Ancient Silk Road.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 37-41.

Helen Schenck. “ODUNDE: An African American Festival on South Street, Philadelphia.”


Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 42-44.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: An Exchange of Museum Professionals; The


University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 45-46.

Lucy Fowler Williams and Robert Preucel. “What in the World?: The Here and Now of Pueblo
Pottery.” Expedition 41, no. 3 (1999): 48.

Volume 42

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 2.

Peggy Reeves Sanday. “Research Notes: Representations of the Land: Anthropology and
Aboriginals.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 3-4.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Thomas C. Donaldson and the 1890 U.S. Census.” Expedition
42, no. 1 (2000): 5.

David Gilman Romano. “Science & Archaeology: Roman Surveyors in Corinth, Greece.”
Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 6-7.

Robert W. Preucel. “Living on the Mesa: Hanat Kotyiti, A Post-Revolt Cochiti Community in
Northern New Mexico.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 8-17.

Keith DeVries. “Gordion.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 18-20.

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Patrick E. McGovern. “The Funerary Banquet of ‘King Midas’.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000):
21-29.

Naomi F. Miller. “Plants in the Service of Archaeological Preservation.” Expedition 42, no. 1
(2000): 30-36.

Michael W. Meister, Abdur Rehman, and Farid Khan. “Discovery of a New Temple on the
Indus.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 37-46.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Bernard Wailes.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000):
47.

Dwaune Latimer. “What in the World?: Currenty on Loan.” Expedition 42, no. 1 (2000): 48.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 2.

James R. Mathieu. “Research Notes: A Tree Falls in Philadelphia.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000):
3-4.

Henry N. Michael. “Science & Archaeology: Tree Rings and Radiocarbon Dates.” Expedition
42, no. 2 (2000): 5-6.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: A Crowning Achievement: Zelia Nuttall in Czarist Russia.”
Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 7-8.

Josef Wegner. “A Hundred Years at South Abydos: Reconstructing the Temple of Pharaoh
Senwosret III.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 9-18.

Jennifer Lane White. “A Masterpiece in Clay: A Han House Model Reflects Traditional Chinese
Life.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 19-22.

Leigh-Ann Bedal. “Paradise Found: Petra’s Urban Oasis.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 23-36.

Paul Zimmerman. “The City of Petra.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 31.

Paul Zimmerman. “Mapping Petra.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 37-41.

Jing Sun. “Opening Windows on the Outside World: My Experiences as an International


Classroom Speaker.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 42-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Robert McC. Adams; F. Clark Howell; Suzanne
Clappier; Raymond Rorke; Tours.” Expedition 42, no. 2 (2000): 46-47.

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Irene Bald Romano. “What in the World?: What Is This Statue Doing Up In the Air?” Expedition
42, no. 2 (2000): 48.

Number 3

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Painted Walls, Painted Faces.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 3-
4.

Julia Lawson. “Research Notes: Unraveling Threads: Conservation of the Weaving Lady.”
Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 5-6.

Kathleen Ryan. “Science & Archaeology: Edible Wild Plants as Digestive Aids:
Ethnoarchaeology in Maasailand.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 7-8.

Lucy Williams and Melissa Wagner. “American Collections Inspire Native Artists and Indian
Communities.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 9-10.

Pika Ghosh. “Kalighat Paintings from Nineteenth Century Calcutta in Maxwell Sommerville’s
“Ethnological East Indian Collection”.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 11-20.

Ellen E. Bell, Robert J. Sharer, David W. Sedat, Marcello A. Canuto, and Lynn A. Grant. “The
Margarita Tomb at Copan, Honduras: A Research Update.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 21-25.

Rebecca Huss-Ashmore. “‘The Real Me’: Therapeutic Narrative in Cosmetic Surgery.”


Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 26-37.

William Davenport. “A Melanesian Wedding: Santa Cruz Island.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000):
38-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom; Searching for Ancient
Egypt; Dr. David Silverman; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” Expedition
42, no. 3 (2000): 46-47.

Fredrik T. Hiebert. “What in the World?: Unique Bronze Age Stamp Seal Found in Central
Asia.” Expedition 42, no. 3 (2000): 48.

Volume 43

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: World Photography on the Worldwide Web.” Expedition 43,

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no. 1 (2001): 3-4.

Janet Monge. “Science & Archaeology: Researching the Origins of Swahili Coast Inhabitants.”
Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 5-6.

Clark L. Erickson. “Research Notes: Precolumbian Fish Farming in the Amazon.” Expedition 43,
no. 1 (2001): 7-8.

Fredrik T. Hiebert. “Eurasian Archaeology.” Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 9-10.

Fredrik T. Hiebert. “Black Sea Coastal Cultures: Trade and Interaction.” Expedition 43, no. 1
(2001): 11-20.

Natalia Shishlina. “Early Herders of the Eurasian Steppe.” Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 21-28.

Alexander Emel’yanov. “Forest Hunters of Eurasia.” Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 29-37.

Alex de Voogt. “Mancala: Games That Count.” Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 38-46.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Gerald Margolis; Mesoamerican Gallery.”
Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 47.

“What in the World?: Found! A Pair of Doves--and More . . . “ Expedition 43, no. 1 (2001): 48.

Number 2

Gerald Margolis. “From the Deputy Director for Operations.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Borneo and Beyond: The Adventures of Furness, Harrison,
and Hiller.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 3-4.

Jeffrey M. Mitchem. “Research Notes: The Willcox Copper Plate from Florida.” Expedition 43,
no. 2 (2001): 5-6.

Elizabeth Hamilton. “Science & Archaeology: Bronze from Ban Chiang, Thailand: A View from
the Laboratory.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 7-8.

Andrew L. Goldman. “A Roman Town Cemetery at Gordion, Turkey.” Expedition 43, no. 2
(2001): 9-20.

Clark L. Erickson. “Pre-Columbian Roads of the Amazon.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 21-30.

Deborah I. Olszewski, Shannon P. McPherron, Harold L. Dibble, and Marie Soressi. “Middle
Egypt in Prehistory: A Search for the Origins of Modern Human Behavior and Human
Dispersal.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 31-37.

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Adria H. Katz. “Decorated Canoe Prow-boards from the Trobriand Islands.” Expedition 43, no. 2
(2001): 38-40.

Victor H. Mair. “The Case of the Wayward Oracle Bone.” Expedition 43, no. 2 (2001): 41-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: ‘The Royal Tombs of Ur’; Dr. Fredrik Hiebert; Dr.
Charles K. Williams II; Ida Goldstein; Virginia Greene; Dr. Jeremy A. Sabloff.” Expedition 43,
no. 2 (2001): 46-47.

Lucy Williams. “What in the World?: Seeing Through the Eyes of an Artist.” Expedition 43, no.
2 (2001): 48.

Number 3

Harold L. Dibble. “From the Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs.” Expedition 43, no. 3
(2001): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Hand of Fate in Tatiana Proskouriakoff’s Career.”
Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 3-4.

Mac Marston. “Science & Archaeology: The Grass is Always Greener in the Boma.” Expedition
43, no. 3 (2001): 5-6.

Benjamin Pykles. “Research Notes: Historic Glass from Block 49, a Mormon Site in the Salt
Lake Valley.” Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 7-8.

John H. Walker. “Work Parties and Raised Field Groups in the Bolivian Amazon.” Expedition
43, no. 3 (2001): 9-18.

Ayse Gursan-Salzmann. “The Women of Yassihoyuk, Turkey: Changing Roles in a New


Economy.” Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 19-28.

Leslie Guy. “Moving the Museum’s Ethnographic Collections: A Conservation Approach.”


Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 29-32.

Michael Danti. “Palmyrene Funerary Sculptures at Penn.” Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 33-40.

Elin Danien. “Chicken Soup and Canvas Bags: Advice for the Field.” Expedition 43, no. 3
(2001): 41-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Collections Management Internship Program; Molly
Greenfield; Christina Pappas; Gina Spezialetti; Sara Summers; International Classroom.”
Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 46-47.

Ann Blair Brownlee and Jean MacIntosh Turfa. “What in the World?: Etruscan Sandals: Fancy
Footwear from the Sixth Century BC.” Expedition 43, no. 3 (2001): 48.

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Volume 44

Number 1

Suzanne Sheehan Becker. “From the Director for Development.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002): 2.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Murder in Mesopotamia.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002): 3-4.

Brian L. Peasnall. “Research Notes: Intricacies of Hallan Cemi.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002): 5-
6.

Melvyn Hammarberg. “The World of the Latter-day Saints--A Life Plan Model.” Expedition 44,
no. 1 (2002): 7-15.

Deborah I. Olszewski and Nancy R. Coinman. “An Ice Age Oasis in Jordan: Pleistocene Hunter-
gatherers in the Wadi al-Hasa Region.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002): 16-23.

Valentina Livi. “A Story Told in Pieces: Architectural Terracottas from Minturnae.” Expedition
44, no. 1 (2002): 24-35.

Michael D. Danti and Richard L. Zettler. “Excavating an Enigma: The Latest Discoveries from
Tell es-Sweyhat.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002): 36-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Keith DeVries; International Classroom;
Philadelphia History Exhibitions Initiative; Andrew N. Farnese.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002):
46-47.

Shannon C. White. “What in the World?: An Alabaster Mystery.” Expedition 44, no. 1 (2002):
48.

Number 2

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 2.

Beebe Bahrami. “Portrait: An Enduring Legacy: Robert L. Trescher Crafted the Modern
Museum.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 3-4.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Big One That Got Away: Heye-day Ends With Loss of
Prized American Indian Collection.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 5.

Melvyn Hammarberg. “Research Notes: The Olympic Face of the LDS Church: A Warm
Welcome Belies the Low Profile of the ‘LDS Olympics’.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 6-7.

Michael D. Danti. “Field Experience: The View from the Tell: Nafila Villagers Make Room for

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an Expedition.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 8-9.

Sharon Nagy and Nabil Abu-Dayyeh. “Village Air for Urban Elites: Heritage Cafe Complexes
in Jordan.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 10-18.

Charles A. Evers and Ann Blair Brownlee. “Restoration & Renewal: Museum Readies
Mediterranean Section Galleries for the 21st Century.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 19-27.

Matt Glendinning. “Recovering the Lost Art of Phrygian Roof Tiling: Practical and Aesthetic
Elements Converge in Clay, Reflecting Greek Artistic Temperament.” Expedition 44, no. 2
(2002): 28-35.

Sharon Aponte Misdea. “A Visual History of Archaeology at Tikal.” Expedition 44, no. 2
(2002): 36-44.

Theodore G. Schurr. “Book News & Reviews: 500,000 Years in Siberia: Digs Link a Long
History of Migrations to Cultural Diversity.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 45.

“Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined: The Etruscans, Greeks, and
Romans; Opening Celebrations for the Mainwaring Wing, Stoner Courtyard, Trescher Entrance,
and Annette Merle-Smith Gallery; Jeremy A. Sabloff, the Williams Director; The Friends of Ban
Chiang; The University Museum’s Mobile Guides; Dr. Zahi Hawass.” Expedition 44, no. 2
(2002): 46-47.

Harold Dibble. “What in the World?: Learning More About Neandertals: A Newly Discovered
Tool Piques Curiosity.” Expedition 44, no. 2 (2002): 48.

Number 3

Beebe Bahrami. “From the Editor.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 2.

Andrew L. Goldman. “Research Notes: A Rare Roman Trio: Octagonal Gemstones Excavated at
Gordion.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 3-4.

Naomi F. Miller. “Science & Archaeology: Food, Fodder, or Fuel?: Harvesting the Secrets of
Ancient Seeds.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 5-6.

William Hafford. “Field Experience: The Taste of a Dig: Cooking up Successful Fieldwork.”
Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 7-8.

Tammi J. Schneider. “Through Assyria’s Eyes: Israel’s Relationship with Judah.” Expedition 44,
no. 3 (2002): 9-15.

Janet Richards. “Time and Memory in Ancient Egyptian Cemeteries: The Dynamic History of
Ancient Sites.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 16-24.

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David R. Starbuck. “By Yon Bonnie Banks: An Archaeological Search for Clan MacFarlane.”
Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 25-33.

Benedicte Grima. “Women, Culture, and Health in Rural Afghanistan.” Expedition 44, no. 3
(2002): 34-39.

Theodore G. Schurr. “Exploring Kamchatka’s Indigenous Past: Molecular Anthropology is Sent


to Siberia.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 40-44.

Charles Golden and Deward E. Walker, Jr. “Book News & Reviews.” Expedition 44, no. 3
(2002): 45-46.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Near Eastern Section; World Intertwined; E-
Musings.” Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 47.

William Wierzbowski. “What in the World?: Walrus Ivory Pieces: Eskimo Artistry Unbuttoned.”
Expedition 44, no. 3 (2002): 48.

Volume 45

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 2.

Elizabeth Hamilton. “From the Issue Editor.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 3.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Inventor and the Sultan: Bright Idea Opens the Way for
Excavations in Ancient Nippur.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 4.

Melissa Murphy. “Research Notes: From Bare Bones to Mummified: Insights from an Inca
Cemetery.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 5-7.

Bettina Arnold. “Landscapes of Ancestors: Early Iron Age Hillforts and Their Mound
Cemeteries.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 8-13.

Mary M. Voigt. “Celts at Gordion: The Late Hellenistic Settlement.” Expedition 45, no. 1
(2003): 14-19.

Elizabeth Hamilton. “The Celts and Urbanization: The Enduring Puzzle of the Oppida.”
Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 20-25.

Bernard Wailes. “Defining (Kel’tik): The Case of the Insular Celts.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003):
26-31.

Beebe Bahrami. “The Modern Celts of Northern Spain.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 32-38.

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Whitney Azoy. “Masood’s Parade: Iconography, Revitilization, and Ethnicity in Afghanistan.”
Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 39-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Among the Masai; Welcoming Reception for
International Students; A Fascinating (Behind-the-Exhibits) Fact; The 3rd Annual Robert Burns
Lunch.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 46-47.

Elizabeth Hamilton. “What in the World?: A Celtic Helmet?: Headgear from a Bronze Age
Hoard.” Expedition 45, no. 1 (2003): 48.

Number 2

Gillian Wakely. “Serene Spaces: A Letter from the Associate Director for Programs.” Expedition
45, no. 2 (2003): 2.

Amy B. Trubek. “From the Issue Editor.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 3.

Elin Danien. “Food Notes: Yom Yom Cacao!: A Favorite Maya Drink Lives On.” Expedition 45,
no. 2 (2003): 4-6.

Marshall Leroy Smith. “Food Notes: Holy Mole: Mexico’s Magical Marriage of Chocolate and
Chilies.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 7.

Melford F. Smith. “Field Experience: Afield in Abydos: Paleolithic Fieldwork Takes Shape.”
Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 8-9.

Jennifer Shadel Smith. “Field Experience: By Land and by Sea: A Project Awash in Media
Attention.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 10-11.

Pamela L. Geller. “Research Notes: Read My Lips . . . Ears, Nose, Head, and Teeth: Interpreting
Permanent Bodily Ornaments.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 12-14.

Lynn Grant. “Conservation Notes: The Pharaohs Invade Venice: From Museum Galleries to the
Palazzo Grassi--Via the Grand Canal.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 15-16.

Payson Sheets. “Uncommonly Good Food Among Commoners: Growing and Consuming Food
in Ancient Ceren.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 17-21.

Amy B. Trubek. “Food from Here: Struggles and Triumphs at the Farmer’s Diner in Vermont.”
Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 22-25.

Jill Leslie McKeever Furst. “Food for the Gods: Or, You Are Who You Eat in Ancient Mexico.”
Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 26-29.

Michael Hernandez and David Sutton. “Hands that Remember: An Ethnographic Approach to

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Everyday Cooking.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 30-37.

Donald White. “Setting the Record Straight: The Contorted History of the Museum’s Theseus
Mosaic.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 38-41.

Beebe Bahrami and Naomi F. Miller. “Film & Culture: Of Wives and Men: Two Debuts from the
12th Philadelphia International Film Festival.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 42.

Beth D’Addono, Irene Good, and Walda Metcalf. “Book News & Reviews: Feast for the Eyes:
Ancient Music, Women Warriors, and Evolutionary Recipes.” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 43-
45.

Christopher Jones. “Portrait: Rafael Morales Fernandez, 1919-2003.” Expedition 45, no. 2
(2003): 45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined; Unique Exhibit on Prehistoric
Metallurgy Installed in Thailand; News from the American Section; Is It Real or Fake?; Tikal
Digital Access Project (TDAP).” Expedition 45, no. 2 (2003): 46-47.

Naomi F. Miller. “End Notes: Spice and Rice: Dig In--Savor the Flavors of Persia.” Expedition
45, no. 2 (2003): 48.

Number 3

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 2.

Beebe Bahrami. “From the Editor.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 3.

Alex Pezatti. “From the Archives: Held in the Archives: Famous Jazz Age Artist’s Watercolors
in UPM’s Archives.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 4-5.

James R. Mathieu. “Science & Archaeology: Time Travel, Trebuchets, and Atlatls: Playing with
the Past Through Experimental Archaeology.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 6-7.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Donald White, Chief Curator, Mediterranean
Section.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 8.

Christine Ward. “The Bluff Great House: On the Periphery of the Chaco World.” Expedition 45,
no. 3 (2003): 9-14.

William Wierzbowski. “Matches’s Sketchbook: Native American P.O.W. Art from Fort Marion.”
Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 15-20.

Robert W. Preucel, Lucy F. Williams, Stacey O. Espenlaub, and Janet Monge. “Out of
Heaviness, Enlightenment: NAGPRA and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of
Archaeology and Anthropology.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 21-27.

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Julia A. Hendon. “In the House: Maya Nobility and Their Figurine-Whistles.” Expedition 45, no.
3 (2003): 28-33.

Brian Peasnall and Mitchell S. Rothman. “One of Iraq’s Earliest Towns: Excavating Tepe Gawra
in the Archives of the University of Pennsylvania Museum.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 34-39.

Karim M. Tiro. “Film & Culture: Northern Exposure: The Fast Runner Offers a Native
Perspective.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 40-41.

Judy C. Voelker, Dana Walrath, and Birch Miles. “Book News & Reviews: Asian Culinary
Magic, Visual Journeys, and Afghan Buzkashi: From Bangkok to Buzkashi.” Expedition 45, no.
3 (2003): 42-44.

Programs Department. “Exhibit Notes: Mythic Visions: Yarn Paintings of a Huichol Shaman.”
Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 45.

Jack Murray. “Portrait: Gone Fishing: James Albert Marion, 1942-2003.” Expedition 45, no. 3
(2003): 46.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, and Projects: Fare Project Gets Under Way; The
Mediterranean Section Received an $18,000 Grant.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 47.

William Wierzbowski. “What in the World?: Beaded Bags: The Persisting Power of Beadwork
Traditions.” Expedition 45, no. 3 (2003): 48.

Volume 46

Number 1

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 2.

Beebe Bahrami. “From the Editor.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 3.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Goldberg Variations: Archives Houses Over 16,000 Eclectic
Images From Photographer Reuben Goldberg.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 4-5.

Dori Panzer. “Research Notes: Eddie Lenihan: A Storyteller in Modern Ireland.” Expedition 46,
no. 1 (2004): 6-9.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Richard Zettler: Associate Curator-In-Charge, Near
East Section.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 10-11.

Edith Turner. “Shamanism and Spirit.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 12-15.

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Kenneth Lymer. “Shimmering Visions: Shamanistic Rock Art Images from the Republic of
Kazakhstan.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 16-21.

Elin Danien. “On the Dilemma of a Horn: The Horned Shamans of West Mexico.” Expedition
46, no. 1 (2004): 22-25.

Peter T. Furst. “Visionary Plants and Ecstatic Shamanism.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 26-29.

Deborah Kapchan. “Moroccan Gnawa and Transglobal Trance: The Medium is the Music.”
Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 30-37.

Michael Harris, Valentina L. Martinez, WM. Jerald Kennedy, Charles Roberts, and James
Gammack-Clark. “The Complex Interplay of Culture and Nature in Coastal South-Central
Ecuador: An Interdisciplinary Work.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 38-43.

Irene Bald Romano, Valentine Talland, and David Gilman Romano. “Book News & Reviews:
New Perspectives on the Classics.” Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 44-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Vagabond Acting Troupe; UPM Researcher Tracks
Changing Global Culture of the Latter-day Saints; Reflection from the Welcoming Reception for
International Students and Scholars; Conservation Grant for Maya Polychrome Vessels.”
Expedition 46, no. 1 (2004): 46-47.

Pam Kosty. “Exhibit Notes: Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur.” Expedition 46, no. 1
(2004): 48.

Number 2

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 2.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the New Director: Richard M. Leventhal, the Williams Director.”
Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 3-4.

Phoebe Resnick. “Portrait: Reminiscences: An Appreciation of Mary Virginia Harris.”


Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 5-6.

Rosemary A. Joyce. “Unprecedented Projects: The Birth of Mesoamerican Pyramids.”


Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 7-11.

Alexandra Mack. “The Multiple Landscapes of Vijayanagara: From the Mythic and the Ritual to
the Kingly and the Common.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 12-17.

Brenda J. Bowser. “The Amazonian House: A Place of Women’s Politics, Pottery, and Prestige.”
Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 18-23.

Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma, and T. J. Ferguson. “Ang Kuktota: Hopi Ancestral Sites and Cultural

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Landscapes.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 24-29.

Nicholas David. “Watch or Water Towers?: Stone-built Sites in Northern Cameroon’s Mandara
Mountains and Their Functions.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 30-35.

Andrea Baldeck. “Sacred Places in Southeast Asia.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 36-43.

Philip Chase and Theodore G. Schurr. “Book News & Reviews: Evolution and the Peopling of
the Americas.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 44-45.

“Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Collections Move Project; Civic Center Collections
Project; Tlingit Visits; Once Again the Museum is First in the Field; From the Women’s
Committee.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 46-47.

William B. Hafford. “What in the World: Glitterng Gold: No Other Substance Better Symbolizes
Wealth and Excellence.” Expedition 46, no. 2 (2004): 48.

Number 3

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 2.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Robert W. Preucel, Associate Curator, American
Section.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 3-4.

Gulbun O’Connor. “Portrait: William Davenport, Curator Emeritus, Oceanian Section.”


Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 5.

Paula L.W. Sabloff. “The Value of ‘Culture’: An Example from Mongolia.” Expedition 46, no. 3
(2004): 6-12.

Alma Gottlieb. “Babies as Ancestors, Babies as Spirits: The Culture of Infancy in West Africa.”
Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 13-21.

Carolyn Behrman. “‘The Culture of Reading’ in a Public School: Ethnography, Service-


Learning, and Undergraduate Researchers.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 22-28.

Sarah Strauss. “Re-Orienting Yoga.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 29-34.

William Davenport. “Henri Rey: The Inventor from Tahiti.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 35-41.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Endowments, Contributions, and Grants; The Jeremy
A. Sabloff Keeper of the American Section; Olympics Web Journal; Maya Chocolate and
Precious Delights; Arts and Culture at Penn.” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 42-43.

Donald White. “Class(ic) Notes: What Is a Water Trough Where a Horse Can’t Even Get a
Drink?” Expedition 46, no. 3 (2004): 44-48.

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Volume 47

Number 1

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director: The Present and Future of the Museum.” Expedition
47, no. 1 (2005): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Gregory L. Possehl, Curator, Asian Section.”
Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 4-5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Nipper in the Jungle.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 6-7.

Meera Patankar. “Class Notes: ‘Anthropologists in the Making’: Building Bridges of Cross-
Cultural Understanding.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 8-9.

Greg Borgstede. “Exploring the Western Highlands of Guatemala: New Perspectives on the
Ancient Maya.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 10-17.

Peter S. Wells. “The Limes and Hadrian’s Wall: Rome’s Northern European Boundaries.”
Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 18-24.

Melissa Vogel. “Life on the Frontier in Ancient Peru: Archaeological Investigations at Cerro la
Cruz.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 25-31.

Ann Blair Brownlee. “What Was There Before the Museum?” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 32-
37.

John M. Weeks and Virginia Ramirez Zabala. “The Samana Americans: Some Forgotten
Philadelphians.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 38-41.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Thai Archaeology Challenge II (TAC-II); Warden
Garden Re-Opening; New Fieldwork in Laos; Pakistan in World-Historical Context; Museum
Café Donates Proceeds to Tsunami Relief; FBI Art Theft Training at the Museum;
Archaeochemistry and Ancient Chinese Fermented Beverages.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 42-
43.

Stuart Fleming. “Book News & Reviews: Biowar in Ancient Times: A Discussion with Adrienne
Mayor.” Expedition 47, no. 1 (2005): 44-48.

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Number 2

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director: The University and the Museum.” Expedition 47, no.
2 (2005): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Josef Wegner, Associate Curator, Egyptian Section.”
Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 4-5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Scholar and the Impostor.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005):
6-7.

Jean Adelman. “Portrait: Frederica De Laguna: Honorary Curator, American Section.”


Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 8.

Robert W. Preucel and Lucy F. Williams. “The Centennial Potlatch.” Expedition 47, no. 2
(2005): 9-19.

Alexei Vranich, Paul Harmon, and Chris Knutson. “Reed Boats and Experimental Archaeology
on Lake Titicaca.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 20-27.

Mark Aldenderfer and Holley Moyes. “In the Valley of the Eagle: Zhang-zhung, Kyunglung, and
the Pre-Buddhist Sites of Far Western Tibet.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 28-34.

William B. Hafford. “Research Notes: Hanging in the Balance: Precision Weighing in Antiquity”
Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 35-37.

Xiuqin Zhou. “Excavations at Zhaoling, Shaanxi, China: More Light on the Museum’s Chinese
Horse Reliefs.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 38-39.

Greg Borgstede, Beebe Bahrami, and Vanessa Smith. “Book News & Reviews: The Maya,
Pashtun, and Egypt.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 40-41.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Travel the Trade Routes/Find Trade Goods to
“Treasure”; Chama Polychrome Pottery Conservation Presentation; Visiting Iranian Scholar;
Penn Museum Launches NAGPRA Website; John Harris, Museum Volunteer and Maya Glypher
Extraordinaire Honored.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 42-43.

Michael D. Danti. “Research Notes: Returning to Iran.” Expedition 47, no. 2 (2005): 44-48.

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Number 3

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director: Public Exhibits, Education, and Outreach.”
Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Harold L. Dibble, Curator, European Archaeology
Section.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 4-5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Mystery at Acámbaro, Mexico: Did Dinosaurs Coexist with
Humans?” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 6-7.

Mark Aldenderfer. “Caves as Sacred Places on the Tibetan Plateau.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005):
8-13.

Graeme Barker. “Burial Rituals of Prehistoric Forager-Farmers: The Neolithic Cemeteries of


Niah Cave, Sarawak.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 14-19.

Jean Clottes. “What Did Ice Age People Do in the Deep Caves?” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005):
20-24.

Timothy Kaiser and Stašo Forenbaher. “Archaeological Caving in Croatia: The Illyrian Rituals of
Nakovana Cave.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 25-29.

Holley Moyes and James E. Brady. “The Heart of Creation, the Heart of Darkness: Sacred Caves
in Mesoamerica” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 30-36.

Paul S. C. Taçon. “The World of Ancient Ancestors: Australian Aboriginal Caves and Other
Realms within Rock.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 37-42.

Kathleen Ryan and Karega-Münene. “Research Notes: The Origins of Pastoralism in Eastern
Africa: Archaeological Exploration on the Laikpia Plateau, Kenya.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005):
43-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Prudential Foundation Grant Helps Students “Meet
the World; Penn Museum Hosts Live Demonstration of Internet2; Maya Shamans, Magic
Heroes, and Spirit Healers; Gastronomica Toscana: Italian Food Culture and the Mediterranean
Diet; Research Partnership with Santa Clara Pueblo.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 46-47.

Elin C. Danien. “What in the World: A Ritual Vessel in a Maya Cave: Chocolate-Loving
Monkeys and Humans.” Expedition 47, no. 3 (2005): 48.

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Volume 48

Number 1

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director: Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933–2005).” Expedition 48, no. 1
(2006): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Rebecca Huss-Ashmore, Associate Curator-in-


Charge, Physical Anthropology Section.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 4-5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: ‘So long, until tomorrow’: Lowell Thomas and the ‘History of
Civilization’ Fireplace.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 6.

Elin C. Danien. “Portrait: Caroline Dosker: She Dusted the Mummies.” Expedition 48, no. 1
(2006): 7.

Louise Krasniewicz. “‘Round Up the Usual Suspects’: Anthropology Goes to the Movies.”
Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 8-14.

Stuart Kirsch. “History and the Birds of Paradise: Surprising Connection from New Guinea.”
Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 15-21.

Deborah I. Olszewski and Maysoon al-Nahar. “When Stone Is More Than Stone: Clues to
Prehistoric Resource Use in Jordan.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 22-28.

Igor Kopytoff. “A Short History of Anthropology at Penn.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 29-36.

Beebe Bahrami. “Book News & Reviews: Bear Daughter” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 37.

Olivia Given and Shawn Hyla. “Research Notes: Forging Partnerships in Laos: Archaeological
Survey Using Mobile GIS.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 38-39.

Janet Chrzan. “Research Notes: Why Study Culinary Tourism?: Answers for a Healthy Life.”
Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 40-41.

Gregory L. Possehl. “What in the World: Shu-ilishu’s Cylinder Seal.” Expedition 48, no. 1
(2006): 42-43.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Announces Architect for Master Plan;
A ‘Treasures’ Check for the Penn Museum; Tlingit Requests; American Section Purchase;
Detective Party: Real or Fake? Egyptian-Style.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 44-45.

James McClelland. “Exhibit Notes: King Tut Exhibition Comes to Philadelphia: Penn Museum’s

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David P. Silverman Is National Curator.” Expedition 48, no. 1 (2006): 46-48.

Number 2

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director: The Penn Compact and Penn Museum.” Expedition
48, no. 2 (2006): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Holly Pittman: Curator, Near East Section.”
Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 4-5.

Josef Wegner. “The Archaeology of South Abydos: Egypt’s Late Middle Kingdom in
Microcosm.” Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 6-10.

Kei Yamamoto. “The Excitement of First Discovery: South Abydos 1899–1903.” Expedition 48,
no. 2 (2006): 11-13.

Jennifer Houser Wegner. “David Randall-MacIver: Explorer of Abydos and Curator of the
Egyptian Section.” Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 13-14.

Josef Wegner. “Beneath the Mountain-of-Anubis: Ancient Egypt’s First Hidden Royal Tomb.”
Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 15-22.

Dawn McCormack. “Borrowed Legacy: Royal Tombs S9 and S10 at South Abydos.” Expedition
48, no. 2 (2006): 23-26

Vanessa Smith. “Food Fit for the Soul of a Pharaoh: The Mortuary Temple’s Bakeries and
Breweries.” Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 27-30.

Josef Wegner. “Echoes of Power: The Mayor’s House of Ancient Wah-Sut” Expedition 48, no. 2
(2006): 31-36.

Nicholas S. Picardo. “Egypt’s Well-to-Do: Elite Mansions in the Town of Wah-Sut.” Expedition
48, no. 2 (2006): 37-40.

Stine Rossel. “A Tale of the Bones: Animal Use in the Temple and Town of Wah-Sut.”
Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 41-43.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Treasures . . . From the Silk Road to the Santa Fe
Trail; The 21st Century Campaign: Preserving the Past, Endowing the Future.” Expedition 48, no.
2 (2006): 44.

John Henry Rice. “Research Notes: Finding the Original Home of the Museum’s Brahmā.”

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Expedition 48, no. 2 (2006): 45-48.

Number 3

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 2.

Richard M. Leventhal. “From the Director.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Robert L. Schuyler: Associate Curator-in-Charge,


Historical Archaeology Section.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 4-5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Tutankhamun Treasures: The First Tut Show Came to the
Museum.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 6-7.

Matt Tomlinson. “A Consuming Tradition: Kava Drinking in Fiji.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006):
8-17.

Jacqueline H. Fewkes. “Trade at the Crossroads of Continents: Northern India’s Ladakh Region.”
Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 18-26.

Daniel W. Gade. “Albert A. Giesecke (1883–1968): A Philadelphian in the Land of the Incas.”
Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 27-32.

Barbara J. Hayden, Yannis Bassiakos, Thanasis Kalpaxis, Apostolos Sarris, and Metaxia
Tsipopoulou. “Priniatikos Pyrgos: A Primary Harbor Settlement and Emporium in Eastern
Crete.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 33-39.

Naomi F. Miller, Kimberly E. Leaman, and Julie Unruh. “Research Notes: Serendipity: Secrets
of the Mudballs.” Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 40-41.

Greg Borgstede, Benjamin Porter, and James R. Mathieu. “Book News & Reviews: Ec(k)s
Marks the Spot?” 48(3): 42-43.

Julia Lawson. “Conservation Notes: The Ressurrection of Seven Clay Coffins from Nippur.”
Expedition 48, no. 3 (2006): 44-48.

Volume 49

Number 1

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 2.

Jeremy A. Sabloff. “From the Director.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 3.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Cantinflas: The Comedian and Trickster from Mexico.”

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Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 4-5.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the New Board Chair: Michael J. Kowalski: Chairman of the
Museum’s Board of Overseers.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 6.

Stephen Batiuk and Mitchell S. Rothman. “Early Transcausaian Cultures and Their Neighbors:
Unravelling Migration, Trade, and Assimilation.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 7-17.

Russell D. Greaves. “The Ethnoarchaeology of Hunting and Collecting: Pumé Foragers of


Venezuela.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 18-27.

Jan Olofsson and Egil Josefson. “The Frontier of Archaeological Reconstruction: Horse Sacrifice
at Eketorp Fort, Sweden.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 28-34.

Ivor Janković and Ivor Karavanić. “Digging Up Neanderthals at Mujina Pećina? A Mousterian
Cave Site in Croatia.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 35-39.

Gregory L. Possehl. “Research Notes: The Middle Asian Interaction Sphere: Trade and Contact
in the 3rd Millennium BC.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 40-42.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Tlingit Basketmaker and Weaver Visits Museum;
The Women’s Committee Presents a Check; Director’s Award for Exceptional Achievement;
ARCE-Pennsylvania Enhances the Museum’s “Year of Egypt”; Penn Museum Thanks Amarna
Exhibit Supporters; Museum Archaeobotanist Selected as Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer;
International Classroom Hosts Reception; Mapping Mongolia Conference.” Expedition 49, no. 1
(2007): 43-45.

Chris Knutson. “Field Experience: The ‘Tired Stones’ of Lake Titicaca: Doing Fieldwork in
Peru.” Expedition 49, no. 1 (2007): 46-48.

Number 2

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 2.

Holly Pittman. “From the Deputy Director for Academic Programs.” Expedition 49, no. 2
(2007): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Barry L. Eichler: Associate Curator-in-Charge,


Babylonian Section.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 4-5.

Gareth Darbyshire. “Portrait: Keith DeVries: Associate Curator Emeritus, Mediterranean


Section.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 6.

Anne Schiller. “Borneo Families in This Life and the Next: Adherents of Kaharingan among the
Ngaju Dayaks.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 7-14.

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Philip Lieberman and Robert McCarthy. “Tracking the Evolution of Language and Speech:
Comparing Vocal Tracts to Identify Speech Capabilities.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 15-20.

Janet Chrzan. “Dreaming of Tuscany: Pursuing the Anthropology of Culinary Tourism.”


Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 21-27.

Daniel A. Meyer and Jason Roe. “Archaeology Along Canada’s Rocky Mountain Eastern Slopes:
Excavations at the Upper Lovett Campsite, Alberta.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 28-35.

George F. Bass. “Nautical Archaeology: From Its Beginnings at Penn to Today’s INA.”
Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 36-44.

Matt Tomlinson. “Book News & Reviews: Reversing Anthropology.” Expedition 49, no. 2
(2007): 45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom Shines Again; Lapithos
Reconsidered; Treasures Galore!; Volunteer Luncheon 2007; Immigration and Customs
Enforcement Training.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 46-47.

Aubrey Baadsgaard. “Science & Archaeology: Imaging Ur’s Sacrificial Dead: An Archaeological
CAT Scan.” Expedition 49, no. 2 (2007): 48.

Number 3

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: My First Encounter with Philadelphia.” Expedition 49, no.
3 (2007): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: C. Brian Rose: Curator-in-Charge, Mediterranean


Section.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 4-5.

Andrew L. Goldman. “From Phrygian Capital to Rural Fort: New Evidence for the Roman
Military at Gordion, Turkey.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 6-12.

Elizabeth G. Hamilton. “Adventures in Experimental Smelting: Iron the Old-fashioned Way.”


Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 13-19.

Lucy Fowler Williams, Isabel C. Gonzales, and Shawn Tafoya. “WaHǎ-belash adi Kwan tsáawä /
Butterflies and Blue Rain: The Language of Contemporary Eastern Pueblo Embroidery.”
Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 20-29.

Abigail Seldin. “Class Notes: Building Bridges with “Native Voices”: Reflections on the REU-
NSF Program, 2005-2007.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 30-32.

Herbert Poepoe. “REU Student: Herbert Poepoe.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 33.

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Nanibaa Beck. “REU Student: Nanibaa Beck.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 33-34.

Sonya Ashley. “REU Student: Sonya Ashley.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 34-35.

Tim Powell and Larry Aitken. “Research Notes: A Digital Partnership: Penn Museum and
Ojibwe Tribal Historians.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 36-38.

Jennifer Houser Wegner, Carroll L. Riley, Greg Borgstede, and James P. Allen. “Book News &
Reviews: From Fiction to Festschrift.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 39-41.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: American Section Receives IMLS Grant; Richard
Hodges Becomes Penn Museum’s New Director; NSF Awards Grant to Museum Researcher;
Special Thanks to Annette Merle-Smith.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 42-43.

Nicholas S. Picardo. “Field Experience: The Dig House at Abydos.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007):
44-48.

Anonymous. “Index for Volume 49.” Expedition 49, no. 3 (2007): 49.

Volume 50

Number 1

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: Giving to the Museum.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the New Director: Richard Hodges, The Williams Director: 
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.” Expedition 50, no. 1 
(2008): 4­5.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: Charles R. Sheeler, Jr.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 6­7.

Benjamin W. Porter and Athna May Porter. “‘Taking in the Waters’ at LaDuke Hot Springs 
Resort—Early 20th Century Medical Tourism In Montana.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 8­16.

David R. Starbuck. “The ‘Massacre’ at Fort William Henry—History, Archaeology, and Re­
Enactment.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 17­25. 

Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb. “Cuba in the Shadow of Change—Daily Life in the Twilight of the 
Revolution.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 26­33.

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Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb. “Film News & Reviews: Cuba.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 34.

Lynn Grant. “Conservation Notes: What Do You Think of That?” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 
35.

Ann Blair Brownlee and David B. Brownlee. “Exhibit Notes: Penn in the World.” Expedition 50,
no. 1 (2008): 36­41. 

Debbie Tsarfati. “Class Notes: Bringing Excitement to the Classroom.” Expedition 50, no. 1 
(2008): 42­43.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom Receives Subaru Grant; 
Longtime Museum Mobile Guide Retires; National Geographic Supports Study of Monogamous 
Monkeys; Penn Museum Features Hype at Events.” Expedition 50, no. 1 (2008): 44­45.

Janet Monge and Alan Mann. “Exhibit Notes: Surviving: A Lightning Rod.” Expedition 50, no. 1
(2008): 46­48. 

Number 2

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: The Museum in a Flat World.” Expedition 50, no. 2 
(2008): 3.

Deborah. I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Clark L. Erickson, Associate Curator, American 
Section.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 4­5.

Louise Krasniewicz. “Veni, Vidi, Vici: Taking a Chance on Chance.” Expedition 50, no. 2 
(2008): 6­13.

Joshua Roberson. “The Rebirth of the Sun: Mortuary Art and Architecture in the Royal Tombs of
New Kingdom Egypt.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 14­25. 

Niklas Hultin. “A Morality Tale: Children and the Social Processes of Human Rights in The 
Gambia.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 26­32.

Gregory L. Possehl. “Research Notes: W. Norman Brown: Americans Excavating in British 
India.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 33­36.

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Lynn Grant. “Conservation Notes: Virginia Greene: Conservator Extraordinaire.” Expedition 50,
no. 2 (2008): 37­38.

Allison Lewis. “Conservation Notes: Conservator Education at the Museum: An Intern’s 
Experience.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 39.

Elin C. Danien. “Field Experience: Treasure in the Stable: The Long Lost Papers of Robert 
Burkitt.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 40­41.

Melvyn Hammarburg. “Research Notes: Ritual Drama of Leadership Transition among Latter­
day Saints.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 42­43.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Rohm and Haas Partnership; Alumni Award of Merit
for Museum Researcher; Museum Curator Wins Penn Teaching Award; Treasures Galore!; Penn 
Museum’s Innu Collections on Canadian Website.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 44­45.

Abigail Seldin, Robert Red Hawk Ruth, and Shelley DePaul. “Exhibit Notes: Fulling a Prophecy:
The Past and Present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania.” Expedition 50, no. 2 (2008): 46­48.

Number 3

James R. Mathieu. “From the Editor.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 2. 

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: Fifty Years On.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 3. 

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Nancy S. Steinhardt.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 4­
5. 

Alex Pezzati and James R. Mathieu. “From the Archives: Is Your Mind Ready for Adventure? 
Expedition Turns 50.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 6­16. 

Harold L. Dibble, Shannon P. McPherron, Deborah I. Olszewski, Jennifer R. Smith, Utsav 
Schurmans, and Laurent Chiotti. “Prehistoric Abydos: Africa’s Gateway to the World.” 
Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 17­22. 

Stephen J. Tinney. “From Clay to Computers: The Genesis of the Electronic Pennsylvania 
Sumerian Dictionary.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 23­29. 

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Emily S. Renschler and Janet Monge. “The Samuel George Morton Cranial Collection: 
Historical Significance and New Research.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 30­38. 

Kathy Curnow. “Exhibit Notes: IYARE! Splendor and Tension in Benin’s Palace Theatre.” 
Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 39­41. 

Jennifer Houser Wegner. “Field Experience: Penn Museum’s Youngest Egyptologist.” 
Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 42­44. 

Mark D. Mitchell. “What in the World: A Unique Northern Plains Ceramic Vessel in the 
Museum’s Lewis and Clark Collection.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 45­47. 

Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Receives Planning Grant from 
National Endowment for the Humanities; Penn Museum Receives Challenge Grant from Henry 
Luce Foundation.” Expedition 50, no. 3 (2008): 48.

Volume 51

Number 1

Richard Hodges. “From the Director.” Expedition 51, no. 1 (2009): 2.

Elin C. Danien. “From the Guest Editor.” Expedition 51, no. 1 (2009): 3.

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Robert J. Sharer.” Expedition 51, no. 1 (2009): 4-5.

Elin C. Danien. “From the Archives: Maya Home and Hearth.” Expedition 51, no. 1 (2009): 6-8.

Allen J. Christenson. “’Who Shall Be Our Sustainer?’ Sacred Myth and the Spoken Word.” 
Expedition 51, no. 1: 9­16. 

Judith A. Storniolo. “Out of the Past and Into the Night: Ancient Mythical Dwarfs in Modern 
Yucatan.” Expedition 51, no. 1 (2009): 17-24.

Sarah Kurnick. “Crossing Boundaries: Maya Censers from the Guatemala Highlands.” 
Expedition 51, no. 1: 25­32. 

Allan Meyers. “Bullfights in Mayaland: How Rural Yucatecans Reinvented ‘Death in the 
Afternoon.’” Expedition 51, no. 1: 33­40. 

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Elin C. Danien. “Painted Metaphors: Pottery and Politics of the Ancient Maya.” Expedition 51, 
no. 1: 41­56.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Young Friends Offer Fresh Perspective on 
Museum’s Collections and Research, Archaeobotanical Research in MASCA, Visitors from 
Orvieto, Italy, Marilyn Bridges: The Sacred and the Secular, Conference Highlights 75th 
Anniversary of the Penn Museum’s Excavations in Cyrus, New Lecture Series Highlights ‘Great 
Sites’ Excavated by the Penn Museum, Penn Museum Student Advisory Board, New Overseers 
Join the Penn Museum Board, Penn Museum Advisory Board.” Expedition 51, no. 1: 57­60. 

Eleanor M. King. “Field Experience: From Mules to Lasers.” Expedition 51, no. 1: 61­64. 

Number 2

Richard Hodges. “From the Director.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 2.

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 3

Deborah I. Olszewski. “Meet the Curators: Lauren Ristvet.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 4-5.

Alessandro Pezzati. “From the Archives: Now a Major Motion Picture.” Expedition 51, no. 2
(2009): 6-8.

Gareth Darbyshire. “Portrait: Ellen L. Kohler.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 9-10.

Gareth Darbyshire and Gabriel H. Pizzorno. “Gordion in History.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009):


11-22.

Gareth Darbyshire and Gabriel H. Pizzorno. “Building Digital Gordion: Coping with the Past in 
the 21st Century.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 23-30.

Gareth Darbyshire, Kenneth W. Harl, and Andrew L. Goldman. “’To the Vistory of Caracalla’:
New Roman Altarsat Gordion.” Expedition 51, no. 2 (2009): 31-38.

Ann Blair Brownlee. “His Golden Touch: The Gordion Drawings of Piet de Jong.” Expedition 
51, no. 2: 39­44. 

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum is More Fun When You Sleep Over!, 

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Great Discoveries in 2009­2010, Loa P. Traxler Appointed the Andrew W. Mellon Associate 
Deputy Director, Museum Curator Awarded J.C. Harrington Medal, Penn Museum Welcomes 
New Overseer, Recent Awards from NEH, NEA, and IMLS, Penn Museum Launches Audio 
Tour.” Expedition 51, no. 2: 45­47. 

Praveena Gullapalli. “Book News & Reviews: Who Owns Antiquity? Museums and the Battle 
over Ancient Heritage.” Expedition 51, no. 2: 48. 

Number 3

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 3.

Margaret R. Spencer. “Meet the Associate Deputy Director: Loa P. Traxler.” Expedition 51, no. 3
(2009): 4-5.

Alessandro Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Present Meets the Past.” Expedition 51, no. 3
(2009): 6-9.

Darien Sutton. “My Husband’s Grandfather was a Jaguar Hunter.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009):
8.

James G. Schryver. “Unraveling Butrint: Putting Together a City’s History by Studying Its 
Walls.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 10-17.

Richard Hodges and Nevila Molla. “Decoding Butrint’s Fortifications: Excavations and Surveys 
2005–2009.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 18­20.

James G. Schryver. “Ugolini’s Presentation of Butrint to the Italian Public: Exploration, Poetics, 
and Politics.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 21-23.

Richard Hodges. “Nikita Khrushchev’s Visit to Butrint: May 1959.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009):


24-26.

Kathleen Ryan. “Tracking East African Cattle Herders from Prehistory to the Present.” 
Expedition 51, no. 3: 27­36. (Photography by Jennifer Chiappardi) 

Hannah Lau. “Reflections of a Penn Undergraduate.” Expedition 51, no. 3: 33.

209
Teagan Schweitzer. “The Turtles of Philadelphia’s Culinary Past: An Historical and 
Zooarchaeological Approach to the Study of Turtle­based Foods in the City of Brotherly Love 
ca. 1750­1850.” Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 37-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Hosts Undergraduate Research 
Fellows, Iraq’s Ancient Past at the Penn Museum, Philagrafika 2010 Presents What in the World
at the Penn Museum.” Expedition 51, no. 3: 46­47. 

Kei Yamamoto. “Book Review: Abydos: Egypt’s First Pharoahs and the Cult of Osiris.” 
Expedition 51, no. 3 (2009): 48.

Volume 52

Number 1

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 2.

Richard, Hodges. “From the Director: Birthe Kjølbye­Biddle (15 July 1941­16 January 2010.” 
Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 3. 

Ayse Gursan-Salzmann, and Evin H. Erder. “From the Field: A Conservation Management Plan
for Preserving Gordion and Its Environs.” Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 4-7.

Robert J. Sharer. “Portrait: Remembering Bill Coe.” Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 8.

David Gilman Romano, and Mary E. Voyatzis. “Excavating at the Birthplace of Zeus: The Mt.
Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project.” Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 9-21.

Teresa P. Raczek, and Namita S. Sugandhi. “In the Heart of the Village: Exploring 
Archaeological Remains in Chatrikhera Village, Rajasthan, India.” Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010):
22­30. 

Carol Hendrickson. “Ethno­Graphics: Keeping Visual Field Notes in Vietnam.” Expedition 52,
no. 1 (2010): 31­39.

Gregory L. Possehl. “Research Notes: Ernest J. H. Mackay and the Penn Museum.”Expedition
52, no. 1 (2010): 40-43.

Richard Hodges. “Book News & Reviews: Off the Beaten Path in England and Spain.” 
Expedition 52, no. 1 (2010): 44­45. 

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: George Bass Awarded Lucy Wharton Drexel Medal;

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Penn Museum Hosts Soldiers from Fort Dix; New Overseer Joins the Penn Museum Board; G. 
Roger Edwards (1914­2009); Group Visits Painted Metaphors; Teachers’ Workshop at the Penn 
Museum; Museum Awarded Grant from the William Penn Foundation.” Expedition 52, no. 1
(2010): 46­48. 

Number 2

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: Introducing Penn Undergraduates to Archaeology.” 
Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 3.

Alex Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Pennsylvania Declaration.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010):


4. 

Heather Hughes. “What in the World: A Hidden Gem at the Penn Museum.” Expedition 52, no. 2
(2010): 5.

Elizabeth Hamilton. “From the Field: Penn Museum in Laos.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 6-7.

Thanik Lertcharnrit. “From the Field: An Early Ivory Bracelet from Central Thailand.” 
Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 8.

Ousterhout, Robert G. “Archaeologists & Travelers in Ottoman Lands: Three Intersecting 
Lives.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 9­20. 

Jarosław Zrałka, and Wiesław Koszkul. “New Discoveries about the Ancient Maya: Excavations 
at Nakum, Guatemala.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 21­32. 

Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs, and Anthony L. Peratt. “Astronomical Petroglyphs: Searching
for Rock Art Evidence for an Ancient Super Aurora.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 33-42.

Erin Jensen, and Jennifer Reifsteck. “Around the Museum: Summer in the City.” Expedition 52,


no. 2 (2010): 43­45. 

 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Egyptologist David Silverman Honored in Cairo; 
Ban Chiang Project Honored at Thailand Museum Opening; Tang Horse Reliefs Reinstalled in 
Chinese Rotunda.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 46­47.

Jane Kauer. “Book News & Reviews: The World of Soy.” Expedition 52, no. 2 (2010): 48.

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Number 3

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 2.

Richard Hodges. “From the Director: Extraordinary Discoveries along the Silk Road.” 
Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 3.

Donald White. “Portrait: Dr. Elfriede R. (Kezia) Knauer.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 4.

E. N. Anderson. “What in the World: Ancient and Modern Foods from the Tarim Basin.”
Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 5-6.

Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt. “Research Notes: The Luohan that Came from Afar.” Expedition
52, no. 3 (2010): 7-8.

Daniel C. Waugh. “The Silk Roads in History.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 9-22.

Victor H. Mair. “The Mummies of East Central Asia.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 23-32.

Angela Sheng.“Textiles from the Silk Road: Intercultural Exchanges among Nomads, Traders,
and Agriculturalists.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 33-43.

J. P. Mallory. “Bronze Age Languages of the Tarim Basin.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 44­53. 

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Gift from Euseba and Warren Kamensky Endows 
Nagpra Postion; Penn Museum Co­Hosts International Workshop on Southeast Asian Ceramic 
Archaeology.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 54. 

Mandy Chan. “Book News & Reviews: Before the Silk Road.” Expedition 52, no. 3 (2010): 55-
56.

Volume 53

Number 1

Stefano Campana, Michelle Hobart, Richard Hodges, Adrianna de Svastich, and Jennifer 
McAuley. “In Search of San Pietro d’Asso.”  Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 30­35.

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor.” Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 2.

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Richard Hodges.  “From the Director.” Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 3.

Frank G. Matero and C. Brian Rose.  “Resurrecting Gordion: Preserving Turkey’s Phrygian 
Capital.” Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 21­29.

James D. Muhly.  “Archaeometry and Shipwrecks: A Review Article.” Expedition 53, no. 1 
(2011): 36­44.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 45­48.

Alessandro Pezzati.  “From the Archives: Jim Thompson, the Thai Silk King.” Expedition 53, 
no. 1 (2011): 4­5.

Brian Spooner.  “Afghan Wars, Oriental Carpets, and Globalization.” Expedition 53, no. 1 
(2011): 11­20.

Jean MacIntosh Turfa.  “What in the World: Telmu and Petrui: A Rediscovered Romance?” 
Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 7­8.

Lucy Fowler Williams. “From the Field: Guerilla Fashion: Textiles in Motion Push Change in 
Indian Art.” Expedition 53, no. 1 (2011): 9­10.

Number 2

Giovanna Bianchi.  “The Silver Rush in Tuscany’s Wild West: Medieval Archaeology in the 
Metal Hills.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 38­45.

Kim Bowes. “From the Guest Editor: Reimagining Ancient Italy: New Directions in Italian 
Arachaeology.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 3.

Kim Bowes, Mariaelena Ghisleni, Cam Grey, and Emanuele Vaccaro.  “Excavating the Roman 
Peasant.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 4­12.

Elizabeth Fentress, Caroline Goodson, and Marco Maiuro. “Wine, Slaves, and the Emperor at 
Villa Magna.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 13­20.

Richard Hodges.  “From the Director: Penn Museum and Italy.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 2.

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“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 46­47.

Patrizio Pensabene and Enrico Gallocchio. “The Villa del Casale of Piazza Armerina.” 
Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 29­37.

Alessandro Pezzati.  “Looking Back: Miturnae.” Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 48.

Giuliano Volpe. “Rediscovering the Heel: Archaeology and History in Northern Apulia.” 
Expedition 53, no. 2 (2011): 21­28.

Number 3

“Collection Notes: The Museum’s Online Searchable Database.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 
44.

Oliver Gilkes and Valbona Hysa.  “From the Field: In the Shadow of Butrint.” Expedition 53, no.
3 (2011): 34­37.

David R. Hernandez.  “From the Field: The Refuse of Urban History: Excavating the Roman 
Forum at Butrint.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 38­42.

Jane Hickman. “From the Editor: Animals in Antiquity.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 2.

Richard Hodges.  “From the Director: Imagine Africa with the Penn Museum.” Expedition 53, 
no. 3 (2011): 3.

Kenneth Kitchell. “Penelope’s Geese: Pets of the Ancient Greeks.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 
14­23.

Jeremy McInerney. “Bulls and Bull­leaping in the Minoan World.” Expedition 53, no. 3 
(2011):6­13.

Jacob Morton. “Book News & Reviews: Animals and Ethics.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 46­47.

Alessandro Pezzati. “Looking Back.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 48.

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Donald White. “A View of the Horse from the Classical Perspective: The Penn Museum 
Collection.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 24­33.

Charles K. Williams, II.  “From the Field: The Corinth Excavation of 2011: Boens in the 
Theater.” Expedition 53, no. 3 (2011): 4­5.

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Volume 54

Number 1

Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor: Maya 2012: Myth and Reality.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012):
2.

Hodges, Richard. “From the Director: The Wonders of Copan at the Penn Museum.” Expedition
54, no. 1. (2012): 3.

Pezzati, Alessandro. “From the Archives: The Excavation of the Hieroglypich Stairway at
Copan.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 4-6.

Aveni, Anthony F. “Why Maya 2012 Fascinates Us.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 7-11.

Sharer, Robert. “Who Were the Maya?” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 12-17.

Martin, Simon. “Time, Kingship, and the Maya Universe.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 18-23.

Martin, Simon. “Maya Calendars: An Overview.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 24-25.

Sharer, Rober. “Time of Kings and Queens.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 26-35.

Traxler, Loa. “Time Beyond Kings.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 36-43.

Traxler, Loa. “2012 and Beyond.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 44-45.

Leventhal, Richard M.; Espinosa, Carlos Chan; Coc, Cristina. “The Modern Maya and Recent
History.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 46-51.

Kurnick, Sarah. “Book News & Reviews: Bringing Maya Sculpture to Life.” Expedition 54, no.
1. (2012): 52.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 53-54.

Pezzati, Alessandro. “Looking Back.” Expedition 54, no. 1. (2012): 55.

Number 2

Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor: A Time of Transition.” Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 2.

“An Interview with Julian Siggers: Communicating the Thrill of Discovery.” Expedition 54, no.
2. (2012): 3.

Bogucki, Peter; Fisher, Genevieve; Hicks, Ron; Johnston, Susan A.; McCulloch, Tom; Stuckert,
Connie; Young, Bailey; Crabtree, Pam. “Portraits: Remembering Bernard Wailes.”
Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 4.

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Rizvi, Uzma Z. “Portraits: Greg Possehl.” Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 5-6.

Turfa, Jean MacIntosh. “Research Notes: Buried in the Height of Fashion.” Expedition 54, no. 2.
(2012): 7-9.

Cloud, John. “The Tlingit Map of 1869: A Masterwork of Indigenous Cartography.” Expedition
54, no. 2. (2012): 10-18.

Harrison, Peter D. “A Marvel of Maya Engineering: Water Management at Tikal.” Expedition 54,
no. 2. (2012): 19-26.

Walker, John H. “Hidden Earthworks in the Forests of the Bolivian Amazon.” Expedition 54, no.
2. (2012): 27-36.

Rosen, Lawrence. “A New Look at What in the World?” Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 37-42.

Cobb, Peter J. “Book News & Reviews: The Father of American Archaeological Photography.”
Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 43-45.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 54, no. 2. (2012): 46-48.

Number 3
Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 2.
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 3. 
Pezzati, Alessandro. “A Brief History of the Penn Museum.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 4­19.
“Sub­Sarharan Africa: 125th Annivesary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 22­23.
“North America: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 24.
“Mesoamerica: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 25.
“South America: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 26.
“Asia: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 27­28.
“Babylonia: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 29.
“Egypt: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 30­32.
“Europe: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 33.
“Historical Archaeology: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 34­35.
“Mediterranean: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 36­38.
“Near East: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 39­41.

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“Oceania: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 42­43.
“Physical Anthropology: 125th Anniversary Issue.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 44­45.
“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 54, no. 3 (2012): 46­48.

Volume 55

Number 1
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 2.

Ousterhout, Robert. “From the Guest Editor.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 3.

Talgam, Rina. “Now in the Galleries: Unearthing a Masterpiece: A Roman Mosaic from Lod, 
Isreal.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 4.

“Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 6­7.

Ousterhout, Robert. “Beth Shean Revisited: Reexamining a Late Antique City in Transition.” 
Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 8­11.

Pickett, Jordan. “Contextualizing Penn’s Excavations at Beth Shean (1921­1933).” Expedition 
55, no. 1. (2013): 12­15.

Nocera, Daira. “The Round Church at Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 16­20.

Pickett, Jordan. “Domestic Devotions in Late Antique Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013):
21­23.

Shamos, Geoffrey. “New Light on Dialy Life at Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 24­
27.

Avery, Emerson. “Life and Death at Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 28­32.

Hagan, Stephanie. “Death and Eternal Burial at Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 33­
36.

Hagan, Stephanie. “Time, Memory, and Mosaics, at the Monastery of Lady Mary.” Expedition 
55, no. 1. (2013): 37­42.

Mazor, Gabriel. “The Visits of St. Sabas to Beth Shean.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 43.48.

Pezzati, Alex. “Looking Back.” Expedition 55, no. 1. (2013): 49.

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Number 2
Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor: A New Expedition.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 2.

Siggers, Julian. “From the Director: Telling the Human Story.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 3.

“In the Galleries.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 4-5.

“Museum Events.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 6.

Bahrami, Beebe. “Past/Present: Overwhelmed by Time.” Expedition 55, no.2. (2013): 7.

“Around the World.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 8-9.

Hafford, W.B. “Archaeology in the Digital Age: Creating an Online Research Tool for the
Ancient City of Ur.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 10-13.

Zuberi, Tukufu. “Art during Wartime: Recruitment of Black Soldiers from the U.S. Civil War
through African Independence Movements.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 14-17.

Pourshariati, Kate R. “Expedition to the Amazon: The First Documentary Film with Sound.”
Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 18-25.

Darbyshire, Gareth and Gabriel H. Pizzorno. “Taming the Beast: The Digital Gordion Mapping
Project.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 26-29.

Darbyshire, Gareth and Alessandro Pezzati. “From the Archives: The Missing Piece.” Expedition
55, no. 2. (2013): 30-31.

Bell, Ellen E. “Portrait: Remembering Robert J. Sharer.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 32.

“Member News.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 33-36.

“Museum Mosaic.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 37-41.

Allen, Susan Heuck, Craig Morris, Adriana von Hagan, and Jesse Prinz. “Book News &
Reviews.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 42-45.

“Scholarship: Recent Work.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 46-47.

Pezzati, Alessandro. “Looking Back.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 48.

“Penn Museum Staff 2013.” Expedition 55, no. 2. (2013): 49.

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Number 3
Fowler Williams, Lucy. “From the Guest Editor: Native American Voices Today.” Expedition
55, no. 3. (2013): 2.
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director: Transforming Understanding of the Native American
Experience.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 3.
“In the Galleries.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 4-6.
“Museum Events.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 7.
Kiel, Doug. “Rebuilding Indigenous Nations: Native American Activism and the Long Red
Power Movement.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 8-11.
Harjo, Suzan Shown. “Threatened and Damaged: Protecting Sacred Places.” Expedition 55, no.
3. (2013): 12-17.
Echohawk, John E. “Understanding Tribal Sovereignty: The Native American Rights Fund.”
Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 18-23.
Talahongva, Patty. “Being Hopi.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 24-27.
Stevens, C. Maxx. “Seeing One’s Creative Process.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 28-33.
Aguilar, Joseph R. “Researching the Pueblo Revolt.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 34-35.
Kee, Caroline. “Planting New Seeds: The Lenape Garden at Penn.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013):
36-37.
Bruchac, Margaret M. “New Native American Studies Initiative at Penn.” Expedition 55, no. 3.
(2013): 38-39.
Fragoso, Tina Pierce. “Recruiting Native American Students to Penn.” Expedition 55, no. 3.
(2013): 40-41.
Pezzati, Alessandro. “From the Archives: Edward Sapir and Tony Tillohash.” Expedition 55, no.
3. (2013): 42-43.
“Member News.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 44.
Nocera, Daira. “Book News & Reviews: Roman Legionary Fortresses.” Expedition 55, no. 3.
(2013): 54.
Pickett, Jordan. “Book News & Reviews: Water and Power.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 55.
Pezzati, Alessandro. “Looking Back.” Expedition 55, no. 3. (2013): 56.

Volume 56

Number 1
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director: The Thrill of Discovery.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 2.
“Museum Awards.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 3.

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Wegner, Joseph. “From the Guest Editor: Abydos and the Penn Museum.” Expedition 56, no. 1.
(2014): 4-5.
“In the Galleries.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 6-7.
Wegner, Joseph. “Revealing a Hidden Tomb: A Look at Excavations inside the Tomb of
Senwosret III.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 8-15.
McCormack, Dawn. “Fragments of a Difficult Era: Excavations of Tomb S9 at South Abydos.”
Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 16-18.
Wegner, Joseph and Kevin M. Cahail. “Ancient Reuse: The Discovery of a Royal Sarcophagus
Chamber.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 19-23.
Wegner, Joseph. “The Palatial Residence of Wah-sut: Modeling the Mayor’s House at South
Abydos.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 24-31.
Cahail, Kevin M. “Taking It with You: The South Abydos Tomb Census.” Expedition 56, no. 1.
(2014): 32-35.
Cahail, Kevin M. “Their Memory Lives On: Domestic Funerary Commemoration at Wah-sut.”
Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 36-38.
Wegner, Joseph. “Discovering Pharaohs Sobekhotep & Senebkey: An Update from the 2013-
2014 Field Season.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 39-41.
Verhelst, Paul and Matthew Olson. “The Remains of Senebkay: First Glimpse of a New
Pharaoh.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 42.
Wegner, Jennifer Houser. “Hidden Treasures: Abydos in the Basement.” Expedition 56, no. 1.
(2014): 43-51.
Gleeson, Molly. “Saving History: The Conservation of Painted Coffin Fragments from Abydos.”
Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 52-53.
O’Connor, David. “The Last Partage: Dividing Finds from the 1960s Excavations.” Expedition
56, no. 1. (2014): 54-56.
Pezzati, Alessandro. “From the Archives.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 57-58.
“Member News.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 59-61.
“New Acquisitions.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 62.
“Museum Mosaic.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 63-64.
“Looking Back.” Expedition 56, no. 1. (2014): 65.

Number 2
Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor: Expedition Travels the World.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014):
2.
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director: Transforming the Museum.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 3.
Siggers, Julian. “Building Transformation: Strategic Plan Update.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014):
4-5.

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“In the Galleries.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 6.
“Museum Events.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 7.
Ristvet, Lauren and Cinzia Pappi. “Reports from the Field: Illuminating a Dark Age: New Work
at Satu Qala, Iraq.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 8-9.
Martin, Simon. “Reports from the Field: City of the Serpent Kings: Calakmul, Mexico.”
Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 9-11.
Eiseman, Cynthia Jones. “Underwater Archaeology & George F. Bass: It’s Not About the
Diving.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 12-16.
Muhly, James D. “Underwater Archaeology & George F. Bass: Looking Back at Fifty Years of
Nautical Archaeology: A Review Article of Archaeologist Beneath the Sea.” Expedition 56, no.
2. (2014): 17-21.
Darbyshire, Gareth and Christopher Ray. “Modelling Gordion’s Citadel.” Expedition 56, no. 2.
(2014): 22-23.
Chiappardi, Jennifer. “The Children of Maasailand: A Photographer’s Perspective.” Expedition
56, no. 2. (2014): 24-29.
Wegner, Jennifer Houser. “The Penn Museum Sphinx: Celebrating a Centennial in Philadelphia.”
Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 30-36.
“Member News.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 37-41.
Simon, Janet. “From the Archives: The Old Guatemala Trotters: A Friendship Deepened through
War.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 42-45.
Leonard, Albert, Jr. “Field Trip: Agora.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 46-47.
Katz, Adria. “New Acquisitions: Richmond Collection Added to Oceanian Section.” Expedition
56, no. 2. (2014): 48-49.
“Museum News.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 50-53.
Pickel, David. “Book News + Reviews: Sicilian Culture as a Unique Tradition.” Expedition 56,
no. 2. (2014): 54.
Renette, Steve. “Book News + Reviews: A Twenty-First Century Introduction to Ancient Sumer.”
Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 55.
Schnittke, Eric W. “Looking Back.” Expedition 56, no. 2. (2014): 56.

Number 3
Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor: A Research Institution.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 2.
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director: Connections that Last a Lifetime.” Expedition 56, no. 3.
(2014): 3.
Tinney, Steve. “From the Deputy Director: New CAAM Labs and Classrooms Open for Fall
Semester.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 4-5.
“In the Galleries.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 6.

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“Museum Events.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 7.
“Around the World.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 8-14.
Leventhal, Richard and Brian I. Daniels. “Past/Present: Saving Syria’s Cultural Heritage.”
Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 15.
Williams, Lucy Fowler with Lynn Grant. “Beneath the Surface: The Excavations at Sitio Conte.”
Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 16-20.
“Beneath the Surface: Peopleing the Past: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of Beneath
the Surface: Life, Death, and Gold in Ancient Panama: An interview with Clark Erickson and
Kate Quinn.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 21-25.
Danti, Michael with Grant Frame. “Searching for the Kingdom of Musasir: The Rowanduz
Archaeological Program.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 26-33.
Rose, C. Brian with Marianne Lovink. “Recreating Roman Wax Masks.” Expedition 56, no. 3.
(2014): 34-37.
Hodges, Richard and John Mitchell. “The Forty Saints Reconsidered.” Expedition 56, no. 3.
(2014): 38-44.
De Alarcon, Tessa and Sara Levin. “Conserving the Past: Conservation Fellows Evaluate Cypriot
Artifacts.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 45-47.
Pezzati, Alessandro. “From the Archives: The Art of Archaeology.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014):
48-49.
“Member News.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 50-53.
“Museum News.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 54-58.
Jones, Philip and Alessandro Pezzati. “New Acquisitions: An Elamite Inscribed Brick & the
William L. Potter and Joanne S. Ruckel Photograph Collection.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014):
59-61.
“Scholarship: Recent Work.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 62-63.
“Looking Back.” Expedition 56, no. 3. (2014): 64.

Volume 57

Number 1
Siggers, Julian. “From the Director.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 2.

Hickman, Jane. “From the Editor.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 3.

“In the Galleries.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 4.

“Museum News.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 5-6.

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Krasniewicz, Louise. “All the World in One place: Educating Visitors about the Changing 
World.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 7-13.

Zhou, Xiuqin. “After the Fairs: World’s Fairs and the Development of Museums.” Expedition 57,
no. 1. (2015): 14-18.

Pezzati, Alessandro. “Gold Medals & Grand Prizes: World’s Fairs and the Penn Museum.”
Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 19-21.

Lattimer, Dwuane. “The People & Products of Colonialization: Africa at the Chicago and Paris
Expositions.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 22-26.

Katz, Adria H. “Curiosities & Commodoties: Oceanian Objects from Two World’s Fairs.”
Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 27-31.

Wierzbowski,William. “Yupi Dazi: Fish-Skin Tartars of the Amur River Delta.” Expedition 57,
no. 1. (2015): 32-35.

Silverman, David P. “From Saqqara to St. Louis to Philadelphia: The Chapel of Kaipure.”
Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 36-42.

Brownlee, Ann Blair and Lynn Makowsky. “…Very Best Inspirations of the Past”: The
Wanamaker Bronzes.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 43-47.

Farrington, Lynne. “Souvenirs of the Past: Ephemera from the World’s Fairs and Expositions.”
Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 48-53.

“Member News.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 54-56.

“In the Labs: Students to Analyze 5,000 Year Old Skeleton. Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 57.

“From the Archives: Jessie Tarbox Beals—World’s Fair Photographer. Expedition 57, no. 1.
(2015): 58-59.

“Museum News.” Expedition 57, no. 1. (2015): 60-62.

Number 2
Hickman, Jane
2015 “From the Editor.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 2.

Siggers, Julian
2015 “From the Director.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 3.

“In the Galleries.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 4.

“Museum Events.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 5.

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Kassabaum, Megan C.
2015 “Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley”: The Mounds of Native North
America.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 6-16.

Roberson, Joshua Aaron


2015 “A Season in Hell (with Apologies to Arthur Rimbaud): The Annihilation of the Damned
in Ancient Egypt.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 17-23.

Warden, Leslie Ann


2015 “Webs of Power: Identifying Royal and Private Power in Old Kingdom Egypt.”
Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 24-29.

Scott, Stuart D.
2015 “Mrs. Scaife & the Jade Mask: A Memoir of Tikal.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 30-36.

“In the Labs.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 37-42.

“Member News.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 43-45.

Pezzati, Alessandro.
2015 “From the Archives: The First Century of the Harrison Rotunda.” Expedition 57, no. 2.
(2015): 46-48.

“Museum News.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 49-53.

Fishman, Susannah
2015 “Book News & Reviews: Resilience in Early Iron Age Communities.” Expedition 57, no.
2. (2015): 54.

Fleck, Victoria
2015 “Book News & Reviews: Exchange in the Byzantine World.” Expedition 57, no. 2.
(2015): 55.

Pezzati, Alessandro.
2015 “Looking Back.” Expedition 57, no. 2. (2015): 56.

Number 3

Hickman, Jane
2015 “From the Editor.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 2.

Siggers, Julian
2015 “From the Director.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 3

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2015 “In the Galleries.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 4-5

2015 “Museum Events.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 6

2015 “In the Labs.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 7-8


Rose, C. Brian
2015 “Gordion and the Penn Museum.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 8-19.

Amrhein, Anastasia, Sophie Crawford Waters, Sam Holzman, and Kurtis Tanaka
2015 “The Interaction of Empires.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 20-30.

Leibhart, Richard with Lucas Stephens


2015 “Tumulus MM: Fit for a King.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 31-41.

Del Bono, Elisa


2015 “Architectural Conservation at Gordion.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 47-52.

Amrhein, Anastasia, Patricia Kim, Lucas Stephens, and Jane Hickman


2015 “The Myth of Midas’ Golden Touch.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 53-56.

Darbyshire, Garreth
2015 “The Role of Science in Gordion’s Archaeology.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 57-60.

Gürsan-Salzmann, Ayşe
2015 “A Day in the Life: The 2015 Field Season.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 61-66.

Rose, C. Brian
2015 “The Next Decade at Gordion.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 67-68.

Allen, Susan Heuck


2015 “Portrait: Rodney Young’s Other Career.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 69-71.

Pezzati, Alessandro
2015 “From the Archives: John Francklin Daniel III. Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 72-74.

2015 “Member News.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 75-77

2015 “Museum News.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 78-83

2015 “Looking Back.” Expedition 57, no. 3. (2015): 84.

Volume 58

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Number 1

Hickman, Jane.
2016  “From the Editor.” Expedition 58. no. 1. (2016): 2.

Sigger, Julian
2016 “From the Director.” Expedition 58. no. 1. (2016): 3.

2016 “In the Galleries.” Expedition 58, no. 1. (2016): 4.

2016 “Museum Events.” Expedition 58, no. 1. (2016): 5.

Murphy, Kate and Cynthia Susalla
2016 “Secrets of Ancient Magic: The Power of Spells, Curses, and Omens.” Expedition 58, no.
1. (2016): 6­15.

Renette, Steve
2016 “Traders of the Mountains: The Early Bronze Age in Iraqi Kurdistan.” Expedition 58, no.
1. (2016): 16­23.

Pearson, Kristen
2016  “Sowing the Seeds of Competitive Play: The Enduring Legacy of Mancala.” Expedition 
58. no. 1. (2016): 24­27.

Williams, Lucy Fowler, Stacey O. Espenlaub and Janet Monge
2016  “Finding Their Way Home: Twenty­five Years of NAGPRA at the Penn Museum.” 
Expedition 58. no. 1. (2016): 28­37.

Simon, Janet
2016  “Field Trip: Lisbon: Rich in History and Culture.” Expedition 58. no. 1. (2016): 38­39.

Katherine Moore
2016 “In the Labs: The Evolution of Pigs” Expedition 58, no. 1. (2016): 42-43.

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Alessandro Pezatti
2016 “From the Archives: Stewart Culin and the Study of Games.” Expedition 58, no. 1. 
(2016): 44­45.

Cain, Tiffany
2016 “Book News and Reviews: Returning to the Study of Things.” Expedition 58, no. 1. 
(2016): 46.

Schroder, Whittaker
2016 “Book News and Reviews: Changing Perceptions about Warfare.” Expedition 58, no. 1. 
(2016): 47.

2016 “Member News.” Expedition 58, no. 1. (2016): 48-51.

2016 “Museum News.” Expedition 58, no. 1. (2016): 52-59.

Number 2
Hickman, Jane
2016 “From the Editor.” Expedition 58. no. 2. (2016): 2.

Sigger, Julian
2016  “From the Director.” Expedition 58. no. 2. (2016): 3.

2016 “Museum Events.” Expedition 58, no. 2. (2016): 4.

2016 “In the Galleries.” Expedition 58, no. 2. (2016): 4.

Monge, Janet
2016 “Mummies Beyond the Grave: An Introduction to Mummy Studies around the World.” 
Expedition 58. no.2. (2016): 6­7.

Reinhard, Johan
2016  “Frozen Mummies of the Andes: Human Sacrifices in the Sacred Landscape of the 
Inca.” Expedition 58. no.2. (2016): 8­12.

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Vidale, M. and L. Bondioli, D.W. Frayer, M. Gallinaro, and A. Vanzetti
2016  “Ötzi the Iceman: Examining New Evidence from the Famous Copper Age Mummy.” 
Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 13­17.

Eisenbeiss, Sabine
2016  “Preserved in Peat: Decoding Bog Bodies from Lower Saxony, Germany.” Expedition 
58. no 2. (2016): 18­23.

Mair, Victor H.
2016  “Ancient Mummies of the Tarim Basin: Discovering Early Inhabitants of Eastern Central
Asia.” Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 24­29.

Clements, Frank W.
2016 “The Buddhas of Mount Yudono: Sacred Self­Mummification in Northern Japan.” 
Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 30­34.

Selinsky, Paige and Paul Mitchell
2016  “Journeys of the Mummy Scientist: An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Ronald G. Becket.”
Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 35­39.

Selinsky, Paige
2016 “The Marvels of Body Worlds: Modern Mummies and the Exhibition of Human 
Anatomy.” Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 40­44.

Dhody, Anna N.
2016  “The Curious Case of Mrs. Ellenbogen: Saponification and Deceit in 19th­Century 
Philadelphia.” Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 45­48.

Mitchell, Paul
2016 “Tangled Afterlives: How an Egyptian Papyrus Became the Mormon Book of Abraham.”
Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 49­53.

2016 “Member News.” Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 56-58.

2016 “Museum News.” Expedition 58. no 2. (2016): 59-64.

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Number 3

Hickman, Jane
2016 “From the Editor.” Expedition 58. no. 3. (2016): 2.

Sigger, Julian
2016  “From the Director.” Expedition 58. no. 3. (2016): 3.

2016 “The New Penn Museum: Building Transformation.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 4-5

2016 “In the Galleries.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 6.

2016 “Museum Events.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016):7.

Cheng, Fangyi
2016  “Chinese Nomadic Art and the Journey to Collect: The Legacy of the Mayer Collection.”
Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 8­19.

Pareja, Marie Nicole and Philip P. Betancourt, Vili Apostolakou, Thomas M. Brogan, and 
Andrew J. Koh
2016  “Aegean Dyes: Unearthing the Colors of Ancient Minoan Textiles.” Expedition 58. no. 
3. (2016): 20­27.

Barbash, Ilisa
16  “Kalahari Adventure: Bob Dyson’s Travels in Africa.” Expedition 58. no. 3. (2016): 28­
37.

Rose, Charlotte
2016  “Childbirth Magic: Deciphering Bed Figurines from Ancient Egypt.” Expedition 58. no.
3. (2016) 38­45.

Boileau, Marie­Claude and Katherine M Moore
2016 “In the Labs: High Schoolers Take Over the CAAM Labs.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 
46­47.

2016 “Global Classroom.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 48-49.

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2016 “Member News.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016):54-58.

2016 “Museum News.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 59-61.

2016 “Looking Ahead.” Expedition 58. no 3. (2016): 62-63.

Expedition
Vols. 1 – 58 (1958 – 2016)

Geographical Index

Africa
th
2012 “Sub-Saharan Africa: 125 Anniversary Issue.” 54(3): 22-23.

Barbash, Ilisa
2016 “Kalahari Adventure: Bob Dyson’s Travels in Africa.” 58(3): 28­37.

Barnes, Sandra J. and Paula Ben-Amos


1983 “Benin, Oyo, and Dahomey: Warfare, State Building, and the Sacralization of
Iron in West African History.” 25(2): 5-14.

Chiappardi, Jennifer
2014 “The Children of Maasailand: A Photographer’s Perspective. ” 56(2) : 24-29.

231
Coon, Carleton S.
1967 “Yengema Cave.” 9(3): 8-18.
1968 “Excavations at Yengema Cave, Sierra Leone.” 11(1): 46-47.

Crownover, David
1960 “The Pink People.” 2(3): 33-35.
1960 “A Pair of Twins.” 3(1): 12.
1962 “Take the Chair.” 4(4): 20-23.
1964 “An Ashanti Soul-Washer Badge.” 6(2): 10-13.
1973 “Gold Beads from the Gold Coast.” 15(3): 25-29.

Curnow, Kathy 
2008 “Exhibit Notes: IYARE! Splendor and Tension in Benin’s Palace Theatre.” 
50(3):  39­41. 

David, Nicholas
1968 “Archaeological Reconnaissance in Cameroon.” 10(3): 21-31.
2004 “Watch or Water Towers?: Stone-built Sites in Northern Cameroon’s Mandara
Mountains and Their Functions.” 46(2): 30-35.

de Sapir, Olga Linares


1969 “Diola Pottery of the Fogny and the Kasa.” 11(3): 2-11.

Dibble, Harold L., Shannon P. McPherron, Deborah I. Olszewski, Jennifer R. Smith, Utsav 
Schurmans, and Laurent Chiotti.
2008 “Prehistoric Abydos: Africa’s Gateway to the World.” 50(3): 17­22. 

Eyo, Ekpo O.
1972 “New Treasures from Nigeria.” 14(2): 2-11.

Fleuhr-Lobban, Carolyn
1983 “Challenging Some Myths: Women in Shari’a (Islamic) Law in the Sudan.”
25(3): 32-39.

Gottlieb, Alma
2004 “Babies as Ancestors, Babies as Spirits: The Culture of Infancy in West Africa.”
46(3): 13-21.

Hardin, Kris L.
1993 “Representing Africa: Whose Story Counts?” 35(3): 19-33.

Harding, Robert S. O.
1974 “The Predatory Baboon.” 16(2): 30-39.

232
Hodges, Richard
2011 “From the Director: Imagine Africa with the Penn Museum.” 53(3): 3.

Hultin, Niklas
2008 “A Morality Tale: Children and the Social Processes of Human Rights in The
Gambia.” 50(20): 26-32.

Kapchan, Deborah
2004 “Moroccan Gnawa and Transglobal Trance: The Medium is the Music.” 46(1):
30-37.

Konan, Mildred A.
1974 “Calabashes in Northern Nigeria.” 17(1): 2-10.

Lambrecht, Frank L.
1976 “The Pastoral Nomads of Nigeria.” 18(3): 26-31.
1977 “Kalahari Desert Trek Notes: From Lobatsi to Tsodilo Hills.” 19(2): 2-12.
1978 “Mabudu: A Report on a Vanishing Culture in the Northeastern Corner of the
Congo Basin as it Existed in 1948.” 20(3): 26-37.

Langton, Leslie R.
1968 “The Restoration of a Bronze Plaque from Benin.” 10(4): 2-7.

Latimer, Dwaune
2000 “What in the World?: Currenty on Loan.” 42(1): 48.
2015 “The People & Products of Colonialization: Africa at the Chicago and Paris
Expositions.” 57(1): 22-26.

Lau, Hannah. 
2009 “Reflections of a Penn Undergraduate.” Expedition 51(3): 33.

Marston, Mac
2001 “Science & Archaeology: The Grass is Always Greener in the Boma.” 43(3): 5-6.

McIntosh, Roderick J. and Susan Keech McIntosh


1983 “Forgotten Tells of Mali: New Evidence of Urban Beginnings in West Africa.”
25(2): 35-46.

Monge, Janet
2001 “Science & Archaeology: Researching the Origins of Swahili Coast Inhabitants.”
43(1): 5-6.

Netting, Robert
1968 “Kofyar Building in Mud and Stone.” 10(4): 10-20.

Pearson, Kristen

233
2016 “Sowing the Seeds of Competitive Play: The Enduring Legacy of Mancala.” 
58(1): 24­27.

Pezzati, Alessandro
2016 “From the Archives: Banana Recipes from West Africa. 1937.” 58(3): 51­53. 

Plass, Margaret
1959 “The Art of Benin.” 1(4): 2-6.
1963 “Above the Salt.” 5(3): 38-41.
1964 “The Fetish That Knew Too Much.” 7(1): 30-31.
1971 “The Dance of Sigi.” 13(2): 18-21.

Popovich, Ljubica D.
1971 “An Ethiopian Holy Land.” 13(2): 2-17.

Rainey, Froelich
1969 “In Search of Egi Zuma.” 11(4): 2-11.

Rosen, Lawrence.
2012 “A New Look at What in the World?” 54(2): 37-42.

Ryan, Kathleen
2000 “Science & Archaeology: Edible Wild Plants as Digestive Aids:
Ethnoarchaeology in Maasailand.” 42(3): 7-8.
2009 “Tracking East African Cattle Herders from Prehistory to the Present.” 51(3): 27-
36.

Ryan, Kathleen, and Karega-Münene


2005 “Research Notes: The Origins of Pastoralism in Eastern Africa: Archaeological
Exploration on the Laikpia Plateau, Kenya.” 47(3): 43-45.

Stone, Glenn Davis


1991 “Settlement Ethnoarchaeology: Changing Patterns Among the Kofyar of Nigeria.”
33(1): 16-23.

Young, Allan
1967 “Varieties of Amhara Graphic Art.” 9(4): 2-11.

Zuberi, Tukufu
2013 “Art during Wartime: Recruitment of Black Soldiers from the U.S. Civil War
through African Independence Movements.” 55(2): 14-17.

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North America

1991 “Sacred Protection: Shields of the Plains and Southwest in The University Museum’s
Collections.” 33(2): 30-34.

1994 “Pueblo Pottery in the Collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum.” 36(1):
51-57.

1995 “Hopi.” 37(1): 5-24.

1995 “Work by Students at Hopi Day School for the 1994 Hopi Art Fair.” 37(1): 6-14.

1995 “Zuni.” 37(1): 25-40.

1995 “Prepared Foods: Excerpted from ‘Uses of Native Materials in Zuni Pueblo,’ written by
Zuni High School English Composition students and edited by Patricia Joan Allen (Zuni,
New Mexico: Zuni High School, 1989), 52-65.” 37(1): 26-35.

1995 “Navajo.” 37(1): 41-64.

1995 “Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, Arizona.” 37(1): 54-59.

1995 “Mescalero Apache Elementary School Basketry Project.” 37(1): 66.

1995 “Apache.” 37(1): 65-84.

1995 “Whiteriver Elementary School, Whiteriver, Arizona.” 37(1): 67-81.

2012 “North America: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(3): 24.

Abramson, Robert
1980 “The Big Drum in the Big City: Creole Enculturation in the Pan West-Indian
Community of Brooklyn, N.Y.” 22(2): 33-40.

Ackerman, Robert
1959 “Siberians of the New World: An Archaeologist Spends the Summer on St.
Lawrence Island.” 1(4): 24-35.

Adelman, Fred
1961 “The American Kalmyks.” 3(4): 26-33.

Adelman, Jean
2005 “Portrait: Frederica De Laguna: Honorary Curator, American Section.” 47(2): 8.

Aguilar, Joseph R.
2013 “Researching the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.” 55(3): 34-35.

235
Aitken, Larry. See Powell, Tim.

Alexander, Herbert L.
1967 “Alaskan Survey.” 9(3): 20-29.
1968 “Alaska: Archaeology in the Atigun Valley.” 11(1): 35-37.

Arnott, Margaret L.
1961 “Easter Eggs and Easter Bread of Southeastern Pennsylvania.” 3(3): 24-33.

Becker, Marshall Joseph


1985 “Lacrosse: Political Organization in North America as Reflected in Athletic
Competition.” 27(2): 53-56.

Behrman, Carolyn
2004 “‘The Culture of Reading’ in a Public School: Ethnography, Service-Learning,
and Undergraduate Researchers.” 46(3): 22-28.

Berman, Judith
1998 “Building a Collection: Native Californian Basketry at the University of
Pennsylvania Museum.” 40(1): 23-33.

Bernstein, Bruce
1994 “Pueblo Potters, Museum Curators, and Santa Fe’s Indian Market.” 36(1): 14-23.

Binford, Lewis R.
1991 “A Corporate Caribou Hunt: Documenting the Archaeology of Past Lifeways.”
33(1): 33-43.

Blinman, Eric
1993 “Anasazi Pottery: Evolution of a Technology.” 35(1): 14-22.

Brown, Donald N.
1991 “Indians, Feathers, and the Law in Western Oklahoma.” 33(2): 22-29.

Bruchac, Margaret M.
2013 “New Native American Studies Initiative at Penn.” 55(3): 38-39.

Cameron, Catherine M.
1993 “Introduction: Recent Research in the Prehistoric Southwest.” 35(1): 3.
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Mason, J. Alden
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2003 “Exhibit Notes: Mythic Visions: Yarn Paintings of a Huichol Shaman.” 45(3): 45.

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1966 “Return to the Arctic.” 8(3): 2-8.

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1993 “Platform Mounds of the Arizona Desert: An Experiment in Organizational
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1986 “Fabrics of the Iroquois: The Lewis H. Morgan Collection for the New York State
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2003 “ The Bluff Great House: On the Periphery of the Chaco World.” 45(3): 9-14.

Washburn, Dorothy K.
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Wayland, Virginia
1962 “Apache Playing Cards.” 4(3): 34-39.
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2008 “Cuba in the Shadow of Change—Daily Life in the Twilight of the 
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2008 “Film News & Reviews: Cuba.” 50(1): 34.

Wierzbowski, William
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2000 “American Collections Inspire Native Artists and Indian Communities.” 42(3): 9-
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1991 “ Behind the Scenes: The Calusa Indians: Maritime Peoples of Florida in the Age
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Contemporary Eastern Pueblo Embroidery.” 49(3): 20-29.

Williams, Lucy Fowler and Robert Preucel


1999 “What in the World?: The Here and Now of Pueblo Pottery.” 41(3): 48.

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Witthoft, John
1968 “Flint Arrowpoints from the Eskimo of Northwestern Alaska.” 10(2): 30-37.

Witthoft, John and Frances Eyman


1969 “The Wyoming Expedition of 1968.” 11(2): 22-25.
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Yazzie, Curtis
1995 “Photographs by Curtis Yazzie.” 37(1): 60-61.

Yentsch, Anne
1990 “Historic Morven: The Archaeological Reappearance of an 18th Century
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Mesoamerica

1959 “Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; El-Jib, Jordan.” 1(3): 40.

1960 “Tikal: A Map of the Central Portion of a Famous Maya Ruin in the Lowlands of
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1960 “Museum Publications.” 2(3): 21, 36.

1980 “Bibliography.” 23(1): 45­47.

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2014 “Beneath the Surface: Peopling the Past: A Behind­the­Scenes Look at the Making of
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Arrott, Margaret
1972 “A Unique Method of Making Pottery--Santa Apolonia, Guatemala.” 14(4): 17-
26.

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Ashmore, Wendy
1980 “The Classic Maya Settlement at Quirigua: Recent Agricultural Activities Have
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1980 “Discovering Early Classic Quirigua: A Unique Opportunity to Examine an
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Aveni, Anthony F.
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Beetz, Carl P.
1980 “Caracol Thirty Years Later: A Preliminary Account of Two Rulers.” 22(3): 4-11.

Bell, Ellen E.
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Bell, Ellen E., Robert J. Sharer, David W. Sedat, Marcello A. Canuto and Lynn A. Grant
2000 “The Margarita Tomb at Copan, Honduras: A Research Update.” 42(3): 21-25.

Bell, Ellen E., Loa P. Traxler, David W. Sedat and Robert J. Sharer
1999 “Uncovering Copan’s Earliest Royal Tombs.” 41(2): 29-35.

Bendiner, Alfred
1960 “An Archaeologist’s Sketchbook.” 3(1): 13-24.

Borgstede, Greg
2005 “Exploring the Western Highlands of Guatemala: New Perspectives on the
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Chase, Arlen F. and Diane Z. Chase


1983 “Intensive Gardening Among the Late Classic Maya: A Possible Example at
Ixtutz, Guatemala.” 25(3): 2-11.

Christenson, Allen J.
2009  “‘Who Shall Be Our Sustainer?’ Sacred Myth and the Spoken Word.” 51(1): 9­
16. 

Coates, Eleanor
1999 “Featured Finds from Copan: A Portfolio of Photographs.” 41(2): 36-38.

Coe, William R.
1959 “Tikal 1959.” 1(4): 7-11.
1961 “A Sculpture from Mexico.” 3(4): 10-11.
1965 “Tikal: Ten Years of Study of a Mayan Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala.”
8(1): 4-56.

Coe, William R. and John J. McGinn

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1963 “Tikal: The North Acropolis and an Early Tomb.” 5(2): 24-32.

Danien, Elin
1985 “Send Me Mr. Burkitt...Some Whiskey and Wine!: Early Archaeology in Central
America.” 27(3): 26-33.
1997 “The Ritual on the Ratinlixul Vase: Pots and Politics in Highland Guatemala.”
39(3): 37-48.
2001 “Chicken Soup and Canvas Bags: Advice for the Field.” 43(3): 41-45.
2003 “Food Notes: Yom Yom Cacao!: A Favorite Maya Drink Lives On.” 45(2): 4-6.
2004 “On the Dilemma of a Horn: The Horned Shamans of West Mexico.” 46(1): 22-
25.
2005 “What in the World: A Ritual Vessel in a Maya Cave: Chocolate-Loving
Monkeys and Humans.” 47(3): 48.
2008 “Field Experience: Treasure in the Stable: The Long Lost Papers of Robert
Burkitt.” 50(2): 40-41.
2009 “From the Archives: Maya Home and Hearth.” 51(1): 6-8.
“Painted Metaphors: Pottery and Politics of the Ancient Maya.” 51(1): 41­56.

de Sapir, Olga Linares


1971 “Cerro Brujo: A Tiny Guaymi Hamlet of the Past.” 13(2): 27-35.

deBorhegyi, Stephan F.
1964 “The Enduring Villages of Western Mexico.” 6(4): 28-33.
1966 “The Wind God’s Breastplate.” 8(4): 13-15.

Dixon, Keith A.
1966 “The First Tikal-Inspired Fake: A Stone Sculpture From West Mexico.” 9(2): 36-
40.

Dosker, Caroline G.
1985 “From the Archives: Mary Louise Baker and the Maya.” 27(3): 45-49.

Feinman, Gary M. and Linda M. Nicholas


1995 “Household Craft Specialization and Shell Ornament Manufacture in Ejutla,
Mexico.” 37(2): 14-25.

Fleming, Stuart J.
1999 “Science & Archaeology: Confounding the Conquistadors: Tumbaga’s Spurious
Luster.” 41(2): 6-7.

Furst, Jill Leslie McKeever


2003 “Food for the Gods: Or, You Are Who You Eat in Ancient Mexico.” 45(2): 26-
29.

Geller, Pamela L.
2003 “Research Notes: Read My Lips...Ears, Nose, Head, and Teeth: Interpreting

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Permanent Bodily Ornaments.” 45(2): 12-14.

Golden, Charles, and Deward E. Walker, Jr.


2002 “Book News & Reviews.” 44(3): 45-46.

Gonzalo, Roberto and George Milton


1974 “Jaguar Cult--Down’s Syndrome--Were-Jaguar.” 16(4): 33-37.

Graham, Ian
196 “Across the Peten to the Ruins of Machaquila.” 5(4): 2-10.

Grant, Lynn
1999 “Conservation at Copan.” 41(2): 39-44.

Green, Merle
1966 “Classic Maya Rubbings.” 9(1): 30-39.

Guillemin, George F.
1966 “The Ancient Cakchiquel Capital of Iximche.” 9(2): 22-35.

Harris, John F.
1999 “Dynasty Founder Yax K’uk’ Mo’ According to the Inscriptions.” 41(2): 22-28.

Harrison, Peter
1963 “A Jade Pendant from Tikal.” 5(2): 12-13.
2012 “A Marvel of Maya Engineering: Water Management at Tikal.” 54(2): 19-26.

Haviland, William A., Jr. See Haviland, William A.

Haviland, William A.
1962 “A ‘Miniature Stela’ from Tikal.” 4(3): 2-3.
1965 “Prehistoric Settlement at Tikal, Guatemala.” 7(3): 14-23.
1985 “Population and Social Dynamics: The Dynasties and Social Structure of Tikal.”
27(3): 34-41.

Hendon, Julia A.
2003 “In the House: Maya Nobility and Their Figurine-Whistles.” 45(3): 28-33.

Hickman, Jane.
2012 “From the Editor: Maya 2012: Myth and Reality.” 54(1): 2.

Hill, Robert M., II


1982 “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
Guatemala.” 24(2): 40-48.
1982 “Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche,
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Hodges, Richard.
2012 “From the Director: The Wonders of Copan at the Penn Museum.” 54(1): 3.

Horne, Lee
1993 “Behind the Scenes: Return to Caracol.” 35(3): 54-57.

Jones, Christopher
1985 “The Rubber Ball Game: A Universal Mesoamerican Sport.” 27(2): 44-52.
1985 “Maya Hieroglyphs: A History of Decipherment.” 27(3): 20-25.
1986 “A Ruler in Triumph: Chocola Monument 1.” 28(3): 3-12.
2003 “Portrait: Rafael Morales Fernandez, 1919-2003.” 45(2): 45.

Jones, Christopher and Robert J. Sharer


1980 “Archaeological Investigations in the Site Core of Quirigua: Epigraphic and
Archaeological Data Now Provide Evidence of an Occupation History Spanning
Half a Millennium.” 23(1): 11-19.

Joyce, Rosemary A.
2004 “Unprecedented Projects: The Birth of Mesoamerican Pyramids.” 46(2): 7-11.

Kidder II, Alfred


1965 “Tikal: 1965.” 8(1): 2-3.
1968 “The Conservation Program at Tikal.” 11(1): 4-8.

King, Eleanor M.
2009  “Field Experience: From Mules to Lasers.” 51(1): 61­64. 

Kowalski, Jeff Karl


1985 “Lords of the Northern Maya: Dynastic History in the Inscriptions of Uxmal and
Chichen Itza.” 27(3): 50-60.

Kurnick, Sarah. 
2009 “Crossing Boundaries: Maya Censers from the Guatemala Highlands.” 51(1): 25­
32. 
2012 “Book News & Reviews: Bringing Maya Sculpture to Life.” 54(1): 52.

Leventhal, Richard M.; Espinosa, Carlos Chan; Coc, Cristina.

2012 “The Modern Maya and Recent History.” 54(1): 46-51.

Lundell, C. L.
1961 “The Flora of Tikal.” 3(2): 38-43.

Martin, Simon.

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2012 “Time, Kingship, and the Maya Universe.” 54(1): 18-23.
2012 “Maya Calendars: An Overview.” 54(1): 24-25.
2014 “Reports from the Field: City of the Serpent Kings: Calakmul, Mexico.” 56(2):
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Miller, Mary Ellen


1985 “Tikal, Guatemala: A Rationale for the Placement of the Funerary Pyramids.”
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Misdea, Sharon Aponte


2002 “A Visual History of Archaeology at Tikal.” 44(2): 36-44.

Moholy-Nagy, Hattula
1962 “A Tlaloc Stela From Tikal.” 4(2): 27.
1963 “The Field Laboratory at Tikal.” 5(3): 12-17.
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1960 “Where in the World?” 2(2): 38-39.

1979 “Eckley Brinton Coxe, Jr.” 21(2): 44.

1979 “The Egyptian Antiquities Organisation.” 21(2): 45.

1979 “The University Museum Expedition to Dra Abu El Naga.” 21(2): 50-51.

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1978 “Egyptian Papyri: The University Museum’s Collection of Papyri and Related
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1983 “Ancient Egyptian Stone-Drilling: An Experimental Perspective on a Scholarly
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1987 “The Adrim or ‘Virginity Disc’: Marking the Passage to Womanhood in Siwah.”
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1979 “Abydos: The University Museum-Yale University Expedition.” 21(2): 46-49.
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1985 “In Memoriam: Rudolf Anthes.” 27(1): 34-36.
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1979 “The Pennsylvania-Yale Giza Project.” 21(2): 60-63.

Slater, Ray Anita


1970 “Dendereh and the University Museum 1898-1970.” 12(4): 15-20.

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Smith, Ray Winfield


1967 “The Akhenaten Temple Project.” 10(1): 24-32.

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1993 “Images and Attitudes: Ancient Views of Nubia and the Nubians.” 35(2): 40-50.

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1999 “Research Notes: Excavating the Residence of an Ancient Egyptian Mayor.”
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2000 “A Hundred Years at South Abydos: Reconstructing the Temple of Pharaoh
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2006 “The Archaeology of South Abydos: Egypt’s Late Middle Kingdom in
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2006 “Beneath the Mountain-of-Anubis: Ancient Egypt’s First Hidden Royal Tomb.”
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2014 “Ancient Reuse: The Discovery of a Royal Sarcophagus Chamber.” 56(1): 19-23.

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1999 “What in the World?: Lost and Found Fragments of Egyptian Wisdom.” 41(2):
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2006 “David Randall-MacIver: Explorer of Abydos and Curator of the Egyptian
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1959 “Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; El-Jib, Jordan.” 1(3): 40.

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2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 42(1): 47.

2012 “Europe: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(3): 33.

2013 “Mediterranean: 125th Anniversary Issue.” 54(3): 36-38.

Albertson, Karla Klein


1983 “The Return of the University Museum Demeter: A Greek Goddess Attempts to
Establish Her Identity.” 25(3): 21-31.

Alekseyeva, Ekaterina M.
1994 “Gorgippia: A Bosporan Polis in Ancient Sindike.” 36(2-3): 47-55.

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2015 “The Myth of Midas’ Golden Touch.” 57(3): 53-56.

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2015 “The Interaction of Empires.” 57(3): 20-30.

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2003 “Landscapes of Ancestors: Early Iron Age Hillforts and Their Mound
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1978 “Greek Cats: Exotic Pets Kept by Rich Youths in Fifth Century B.C. Athens, as
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Bahrami, Beebe, and Naomi F. Miller


2003 “Film & Culture: Of Wives and Men: Two Debuts from the 12th Philadelphia
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Barringer, Brandon

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1960 “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 1: The Search.” 3(1): 2-6.

Bass, George F.
1961 “A Bronze Age Shipwreck.” 3(2): 2-11.
1966 “Troy and Ur: Gold Links Between Two Ancient Capitals.” 8(4): 26-39.
1968 “The Turkish Aegean: Proving Ground for Underwater Archaeology.” 10(3): 2-
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44.

Bass, George F. and Laurence T. Joline


1968 “Problems of Deep Wreck Identification.” 11(1): 9-12.

Bass, George F. and Lloyd P. Wells


1965 “The Museum Assembles a Fleet: Two Views.” 7(2): 19-30.

Bell, Lanny
1968 “The Work of the University Museum at Thebes.” 10(2): 38-47.

Berges, Dietrich
1999 “Hidden Treasures from the Vault: Engraved Gems from the Maxwell
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Betancourt, Philip P.
1969 “The Age of Homer: An Exhibition of Geometric and Orientalizing Greek Art.”
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1990 “The Stone Vessels of Pseira.” 32(3): 15-21.

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1983 “Ceramic Stands: A Group of Domestic and Ritual Objects from Crete and the
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1980 “England’s Premier Abbey: The Medieval Chapter House of St. Albans Abbey,
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Bilde, Pia Guldager


1998 “‘Those Nemi Sculptures...’: Marbles from a Roman Sanctuary in the University
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Birmingham, Judy
1967 “Pottery Making in Andros.” 10(1): 33-39.

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Blitzer, Harriet
1990 “Pastoral Life in the Mountains of Crete: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective.”
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1979 “The Athenian Pottery Trade: The Classical Period.” 21(4): 33-39.

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1986 “The Antiquity of Dairying in Temperate Europe.” 28(2): 51-58.

Bongard-Levin, Gregory M. and Yuri G. Vinogradov


1994 “The Northern Black Sea Coast in Classical Antiquity: New Discoveries.” 36(2-
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Bowes, Kim.
2011 “From the Guest Editor: Reimaging Ancient Italy: New Directions in Italian
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1963 “In Search of Sybaris: 1962.” 5(2): 40-47.

Brownlee, Ann Blair


2009 “His Golden Touch: The Gordion Drawings of Piet de Jong.” 51(2): 39­44. 

Brownlee, Ann Blair and Jean MacIntosh Turfa


2001 “What in the World?: Etruscan Sandals: Fancy Footwear from the Sixth Century
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Buchner, Giorgio
1966 “Pithekoussai: Oldest Greek Colony in the West.” 8(4): 4-12.

Burton, Holly
1979 “The Arrival of the Celts in Ireland: Archaeology and Linguistics.” 21(3): 16-22.

Buttrey, T. V.
1992 “The Coins and the Cult.” 34(1-2): 59-66.

Campana, Stefano, Michelle Hobart, Richard Hodges, Adriann de Svastich, and Jennifer
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1959 “The Clue of the Missing Feet.” 2(1): 34-37.

Carter, Theresa Howard


1960 “Finding a Phoenician Colony. Part 2: The Discovery.” 3(1): 7-10.

Casson, Lionel
1979 “Traders and Trading: Classical Athens.” 21(4): 25-32.

Chase, Philip G.
1987 “The Cult of the Cave Bear: Prehistoric Rite or Scientific Myth?” 29(2): 4-11.
1992 “Introduction.” 34(3): 3.
1992 “What Were the Ice Ages?” 34(3): 4-13.
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Chrzan, Janet
2006 “Research Notes: Why Study Culinary Tourism?: Answers for a Healthy Life.”
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2007 “Dreaming of Tuscany: Pursuing the Anthropology of Culinary Tourism.” 49(2):
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Cianfarani, Valerio
1972 “The Necropolis of Campovalano--Mysteries of Middle Adriatic Culture.” 14(4):
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Cline, Eric H. and Martin J. Cline


1991 “‘Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax’: International Trade and the Late Bronze
Age Aegean.” 33(3): 46-54.

Clottes, Jean
2005 “What Did Ice Age People Do in the Deep Caves?” 47(3): 20-24.

Colburn, Oliver C.
1967 “A Habitation Area of Thurii.” 9(3): 30-38.
1976 “A Return to Sybaris.” 18(2): 2-13.

Cool, Hilary E.M.


1996 “The Boudican Uprising and the Glass Vessels from Colchester.” 38(2): 52-62.

Crabtree, Pam
1986 “Dairying in Irish Prehistory: The Evidence from a Ceremonial Center.” 28(2):
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Dandoy, Jeremiah
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Darbyshire, Gareth.
2007 “Portrait: Keith DeVries: Associate Curator Emeritus, Mediterranean Section.”
2009  “Portrait: Ellen L. Kohler.” 51(2): 9-10
2015 “The Role of Science in Gordion’s Archaeology.” 57(3): 57-60.

Darbyshire, Gareth and Alessandro Pezzati


2013 “From the Archives: The Missing Piece.” 55(2): 30-31.

Darbyshire, Gareth and Gabriel H. Pizzorno. 


2009 “Gordion in History.” 51(2): 11-22.
“Building Digital Gordion: Coping with the Past in the 21st Century.” 51(2): 23-
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2013 “Taming the Beast: The Digital Gordion Mapping Project.” 55(2): 26-29.

Darbyshire, Gareth, Kenneth W. Harl, and Andrew L. Goldman.


2009 “‘To the Victory of Caracalla’: New Roman Altarsat Gordion.” 51(2): 31-38.

Del Bono, Elisa


2015 “Architectural Conservation at Gordion.” 57(3): 47-52.

Del Chiaro, Mario A.


1984 “Etruscan Bird-Askoi: Painted Vases in the Shape of Birds.” 26(3): 15-20.

DeVries, Keith
1973 “East Meets West at Dinner.” 15(4): 32-39.
1978 “Diving into the Mediterranean: Greek and Etruscan Paintings Reveal a Sport of
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2000 “Gordion.” 42(1): 18-20.

Dibble, Harold. See Dibble, Harold L.

Dibble, Harold L.
1987 “New Excavations at Ice Age Sites.” 29(2): 10-11.
1992 “Paleolithic Archaeology: The Search for our Human Heritage.” 34(3): 14-22.
2002 “What in the World?: Learning More About Neandertals: A Newly Discovered
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Dublin, Sarah
1969 “A Greek Acropolis and Its Goddess.” 11(2): 26-29.

Edwards, G. Roger
1961 “An Ivory Gorgoneion.” 3(3): 23.
1963 “Gordion: 1962.” 5(3): 42-48.
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1999 “Vengeful Spirits and Guardian Dieties: Myth and Sculpture in the Eastern
Solomon Islands.” 41(1): 7-16.
2000 “A Melanesian Wedding: Santa Cruz Island.” 42(3): 38-45.
2004 “Henri Rey: The Inventor from Tahiti.” 46(3): .

Davenport, William H., and Adria Katz


1988 [Opening Statement.] 30(1): 1.

Dickie, Elizabeth Reed


1975 “Bislama: Pidgin English in the New Hebrides.” 17(3): 27-32.

Dodge, Ernest S.
1966 “Following Captain Cook Around Europe.” 8(2): 4-11.

Donner, Bill
1984 “Sikaiana: A Contemporary Polynesian Society.” 26(4): 3-12.

Easby, Elizabeth Kennedy


1972 “Seafarers and Sculptors of the Caribbean.” 14(3): 2-10.

Flanagan, James G.
1981 “Hatmen of the Mountains: Aspects of Ethnic Identity in the New Guinea
Highlands.” 23(2): 35-47.

Goodale, Jane C.
1959 “The Tiwi Dance for the Dead.” 2(1): 2-13.
1960 “Sketches of Tiwi Children.” 2(4): 4-13.
1966 “Imlohe and the Mysteries of the Passismanua, Southwest New Britain.” 8(3): 20-
31.

Goodenough, Ward H., as told by Boutau K. Efot


1966 “The Tale of Pupily-Eyeballs-Thing: A Truk Ghost Story.” 8(2): 23-29.

Goodenough, Ward H.
1968 “Arts and Crafts in Truk.” 11(1): 13-15.

308
1989 “The Trukese-English Dictionary: Recording a Language on the Computer.”
31(1): 19-25.

Goodenough, Ward H. and Stephen D. Thomas


1987 “Traditional Navigation in the Western Pacific: A Search for Pattern.” 29(3): 3-
14.

Hedrick, John D. and Karen Goodrich-Hedrick


1972 “The Problem of Polynesian Origin.” 14(4): 33-39.
1975 “An Expedition to the New Hebrides.” 17(3): 2-26.

Heyerdahl, Thor
1961 “Sea Routes to Polynesia.” 4(1): 22-29.

House, James, Jr.


1959 “Tiwi Burial Poles as Sculpture.” 2(1): 14-16.

Howard, Michael C. and Naffi Sanggenafa


1999 “Terfo: Survival of a Weaving Tradition in New Guinea.” 41(3): 8-19.

Katz, Adria. See Katz, Adria H.

Katz, Adria Holmes. See Katz, Adria H.

Katz, Adria H.
1986 “Corselets of Fiber: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gilbertese Armor.” 28(3): 54-60.
1999 “An Early Example of Terfo.” 41(3): 17.
2001 “Decorated Canoe Prow-boards from the Trobriand Islands.” 43(2): 38-40.
2015 “Curiosities & Commodoties: Oceanian Objects from Two World’s Fairs. 57(1):
27-31.

Katz, Adria H., and Jennifer L. White


1997 “Behind the Scenes: Betel Chewing Paraphenalia from Asia and the Pacific.”
39(1): 46-47.

Keesing, Roger
1972 “The Anthropologist’s Dilemma: Empathy and Analysis among the Solomon
Islanders.” 14(3): 32-39.

Kirsch, Stuart
2016 “History and the Birds of Paradise: Surprising Connection from New Guinea.”
48(1): 15-21.

Levine, Harold G.
1975 “The Kafe: A New Guinea Highlands Group.” 17(3): 33-39.

309
Parsons, Lee A.
1961 “A Fiji-Iroquois War Club: An Unusual Case of Diffusion.” 4(1): 12-13.

Roll, Barbara H.
1993 “Loving a Village.” 35(3): 4-18.

Ross, Kay
1981 “Shell Ornaments of Malaita: Currency and Ritual Valuables in the Central
Solomons.” 23(2): 20-26.

Sanday, Peggy Reeves


2000 “Research Notes: Representations of the Land: Anthropology and Aboriginals.”
42(1): 3-4.

Schiller, Anne.
2007 “Borneo Families in This Life and the Next: Adherents of Kaharingan among the
Ngaju Dayaks.” 49(2): 7-14.

Selinsky, Paige and Paul Mitchell
2016 “Journeys of the Mummy Scientist: An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Ronald G. 
Becket.” 58(2): 35­39.

Smith, DeVerne Reed


1975 “The Palauan Storyboards: From Traditional Architecture to Airport Art.” 18(1):
2-17.

Stoller, Marianne L.
1958 “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: To the Polynesians the Pacific Ocean is Te-moana-nui-o-
Kiwa, the Great Sea of Kiwa.” 1(1): 15-25, 34.
1959 “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: The Second in a Series of Articles about the Finding and
Naming of Some of the Islands in the Pacific—The Maori Great Sea of Kiwa.”
1(2): 20-33.
1959 “Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: The Final Article in a Series about the Finding and
Naming of Some of the Islands in the Pacific—The Maori Great Sea of Kiwa.”
1(3): 26-38.

Taçon, Paul S. C.
2005 “The World of Ancient Ancestors: Australian Aboriginal Caves and Other Realms
within Rock.” 47(3): 37-42.

Tomlinson, Matt
2006 “A Consuming Tradition: Kava Drinking in Fiji.” 48(3): 8-17.
2007 “Book News & Reviews: Reversing Anthropology.” 49(2): 45.

Wright, Jordan M.

310
1983 “‘The Highland Show’: Mount Hagen/Goroka, Papua New Guinea.” 26(1): 38-45.

Miscellaneous

1958 “How Is Your Museum I.Q.?” 1(1): 14, 36.

1958 “Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; St. Lawrence
Island.” 1(1): 35-36.

1959 “Happy New Year!” 1(2): 34, 36.

1959 “Museum News: Drexel Medal Awarded to Dr. A. V. Kidder; Gordion, Turkey; ‘What in
the World?’ Returns; Coptic Art; Art of the Ancient Maya.” 1(2): 35.

1959 “Where in the World?” 1(4): 38, 40.

1959 “Museum News: Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” 1(4): 38-39.

1960 “Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Shipwrecks; Plans for El-Jib 1960.” 2(3): 21.

1960 “Expedition News: Leptis Magna; Tikal.” 2(4): 34-35.

1960 “Expedition News: Shipwrecks; El-Jib, Jordan; Hasanlu, Iran; Tikal, Guatemala.” 3(1):
11.

1961 “Where in the World?” 3(2): 37, 44.

1961 “Expedition News: Tikal, Guatemala; Gordion, Turkey; Sumer and the Indus Valley.”
3(3): 22, 36.

1961 “Expedition News: The Ain Shems Collection; The Libya Expedition; Museum
Publications.” 4(1): 11, 36.

1962 “Field Work Around the World.” 4(3): 17-23.

1962 “Expedition News: The Libyan Expedition; Exhibition: Underwater Archaeology;


Publications.” 4(4): 13, 46.

1963 “Expedition News.” 5(2): 33.

1963 “Expedition News: South Asia; The Search for Sybaris; Gordion 1963; Cuneiform Texts;
Tikal, Guatemala; New Publication.” 6(1): 34-35, 48.

1965 “Expedition News: West Pakistan; New Publications; Further on the Debert Site.” 7(3):
48.

311
1966 “Expedition News.” 8(3): 32.

1967 “Expedition News: The Sillman Collection; The Kevorkian Lectures; The ‘Vanished
American’.” 9(3): 38-39.

1968 “Expedition News: The Kevorkian Lectures.” 10(4): 34.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grant Applications; Museum Expeditions;


Publication; Museum Exhibition; Appointment.” 20(2): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Museum Expeditions; Museum Exhibitions;


Hellenic Cruise.” 20(3): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grant Received; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Appointment.” 20(4): 2.

1978 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Recieved; Museum Expeditions; Museum


Exhibition; Hellenic Cruise; An Honor; Appointment; Retirement; Editor of Expedition.”
21(1): 2.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Museum Institute for Conservation Archaeology


(MICA); Museum Expedition; Hellenic Cruise; Grant Received; Reopening of the Elkins
Library for University Museum Archives; Museum Exhibitions; The Lucy Wharton
Drexel Medal.” 21(2): 2.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Appointment; Grants Received; Guatemalan


Expedition; Torre del Mordillo Published; Southeast Asia Section; Ancient Cities of the
Indus; Resignation; Note.” 21(3): 2.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Director’s Prize Award; Grant to


the Education Department; New Publications.” 21(4): 2, 47.

1979 “University Museum Announcements: The Southeast Asia Section; European


Archaeology Section; The Near Eastern Section; The Mediterranean Section; The
American Section; Exhibitions; Grant to the Education Department; Appointments.”
22(1): 2, 46-47.

1980 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Oliver C. Colbrun, Ph.D.; The
Shadow Catcher: E. S. Curtis; A New Book; The Egyptian Section.” 22(2): 3-4.

1980 “The Pennsylvania Declaration: Decision of Curators of the University Museum


University of Pennsylvania, April 1, 1970.” 22(3): 3

1980 “The University Museum Acquisitions Policy, May 2, 1978.” 22(3): 3

312
1980 “University Museum Announcements: Grants Received; Exhibitions; An Honor for Dr.
Sjoberg.” 22(4): 2.

1980 “University Museum Announcements: A Masai Exhibition; Grant to the Education


Department; African Sculpture from the University Museum Collection; A Conference on
University Museums; The International Classroom.” 23(1): 2, 47.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: ‘What in the World?’; Conference on work in


Eastern Europe; An NEA Grant; Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology; Book by
Gregory L. Possehl; Membership Manager.” 23(2): 2.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: Appointments; Field Work; Other Grants.” 23(3):
2.

1981 “University Museum Announcements: Gorman Memorial Fund; Drexel Medal Awarded.”
23(4): 4.

1984 “University Museum Research Projects.” 26(4): 48-49.

1985 “University Museum Research Projects.” 27(1): 62-63.

1986 “University Museum Research Projects.” 28(1): 63-64.

1990 “About the Authors.” 32(2): 61.

1990 “About the Authors.” 32(3): 61-62.

1991 “About the Authors.” 33(1): 63-64.

1991 “About the Authors.” 33(2): 61-62.

1991 “Reflections of a Digger.” 33(3): 3-4.

1991 “Cumulative Index: Expedition Magazine 1958-1990.” 33(3): 60-77.

1991 “About the Authors.” 33(3): 78-79.

1992 “About the Authors.” 34(1-2): 86-87.

1992 “About the Authors.” 34(3): 62.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(1): 64.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(2): 64.

1993 “About the Authors.” 35(3): 63.

313
1994 “About the Authors.” 36(1): 58-59.

1994 “About the Authors.” 36(2-3): 5-6.

1995 “About the Authors.” 37(2): 63.

1995 “About the Authors.” 37(3): 63-64.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(1): 59.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(2): 63-64.

1996 “About the Authors.” 38(3): 63-64.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(1): 59-60.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(2): 61-62.

1997 “About the Authors.” 39(3): 63-64.

1998 “About the Authors.” 40(1): 48.

1998 “About the Authors.” 40(2): 63-64.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Mediterranean Section; Dr. Fredrik T.
Hiebert; Dr. Ezat O. Negahban; John Lambert Cotter, Ph.D.” 41(1): 6.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The International Classroom; Sara Senior;
The Women’s Committee; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” 41(2):
46-47.

1999 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: An Exchange of Museum Professionals; The
University of Pennsylvania Museum on the Road.” 41(3): 45-46.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Bernard Wailes.” 42(1): 47.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Robert McC. Adams; F. Clark Howell;
Suzanne Clappier; Raymond Rorke; Tours.” 42(2): 46-47.

2000 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom; Searching for
Ancient Egypt; Dr. David Silverman; The University of Pennsylvania Museum on the
Road.” 42(3): 46-47.

2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Gerald Margolis; Mesoamerican
Gallery.” 43(1): 47.

314
2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: ‘The Royal Tombs of Ur’; Dr. Fredrik
Hiebert; Dr. Charles K. Williams II; Ida Goldstein; Virginia Greene; Dr. Jeremy A.
Sabloff.” 43(2): 46-47.

2001 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Collections Management Internship Program;
Molly Greenfield; Christina Pappas; Gina Spezialetti; Sara Summers; International
Classroom.” 43(3): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Dr. Keith DeVries; International Classroom;
Philadelphia History Exhibitions Initiative; Andrew N. Farnese.” 44(1): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined: The Etruscans, Greeks,
and Romans; Opening Celebrations for the Mainwaring Wing, Stoner Courtyard,
Trescher Entrance, and Annette Merle-Smith Gallery; Jeremy A. Sabloff, the Williams
Director; The Friends of Ban Chiang; The University Museum’s Mobile Guides; Dr. Zahi
Hawass.” 44(2): 46-47.

2002 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: The Near Eastern Section; World
Intertwined; E-Musings.” 44(3): 47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Among the Masai; Welcoming Reception for
International Students; A Fascinating (Behind-the-Exhibits) Fact; The 3rd Annual Robert
Burns Lunch.” 45(1): 46-47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Worlds Intertwined; Unique Exhibit on
Prehistoric Metallurgy Installed in Thailand; News from the American Section; Is It Real
or Fake?; Tikal Digital Access Project (TDAP).” 45(2): 46-47.

2003 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, and Projects: Fare Project Gets Under Way; The
Mediterranean Section Received an $18,000 Grant.” 45(3): 47.

2004 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Vagabond Acting Troupe; UPM Researcher
Tracks Changing Global Culture of the Latter-day Saints; Reflection from the Welcoming
Reception for International Students and Scholars; Conservation Grant for Maya
Polychrome Vessels.” 46(1): 46-47.

2004 “Museum Mosiac: People, Places, Projects: Collections Move Project, Civic Center
Collections Project, Tlingit Visits, Once Again the Museum is First in the Field, From the
Women’s Committee.” 46(2): 46-47.

2004 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Endowments, Contributions, and Grants; The
Jeremy A. Sabloff Keeper of the American Section; Olympics Web Journal; Maya
Chocolate and Precious Delights; Arts and Culture at Penn.” 46(3): 42-43.

2005 “Musuem Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Thai Archaeology Challenge II (TAC-II);

315
Warden Garden Re-Opening; New Fieldwork in Laos; Pakistan in World-Historical
Context; Museum Café Donates Proceeds to Tsunami Relief; FBI Art Theft Training at
the Museum; Archaeochemistry and Ancient Chinese Fermented Beverages.” 47(1): 42-
43.

2005 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Travel the Trade Routes/Find Trade Goods to
“Treasure”; Chama Polychrome Pottery Conservation Presentation; Visiting Iranian
Scholar; Penn Museum Launches NAGPRA Website; John Harris, Museum Volunteer
and Maya Glypher Extraordinaire Honored.” 47(2): 42-43.

2005 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Prudential Foundation Grant Helps Students
“Meet the World; Penn Museum Hosts Live Demonstration of Internet2; Maya Shamans,
Magic Heroes, and Spirit Healers; Gastronomica Toscana: Italian Food Culture and the
Mediterranean Diet; Research Partnership with Santa Clara Pueblo.” 47(3): 46-47.

2006 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Announces Architect for
Master Plan; A ‘Treasures’ Check for the Penn Museum; Tlingit Requests; American
Section Purchase; Detective Party: Real or Fake? Egyptian-Style.” 48(1): 44-45.

2006 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Treasures . . . From the Silk Road to the
Santa Fe Trail; The 21st Century Campaign: Preserving the Past, Endowing the Future.”
48(2): 44.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Tlingit Basketmaker and Weaver Visits
Museum; The Women’s Committee Presents a Check; Director’s Award for Exceptional
Achievement; ARCE-Pennsylvania Enhances the Museum’s “Year of Egypt”; Penn
Museum Thanks Amarna Exhibit Supporters; Museum Archaeobotanist Selected as
Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer; International Classroom Hosts Reception; Mapping
Mongolia Conference.” 49(1): 43-45.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom Shines Again;
Lapithos Reconsidered; Treasures Galore!; Volunteer Luncheon 2007; Immigration and
Customs Enforcement Training.” 49(2): 46-47.

2007 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: American Section Receives IMLS Grant;
Richard Hodges Becomes Penn Museum’s New Director; NSF Awards Grant to Museum
Researcher; Special Thanks to Annette Merle-Smith.” 49(3): 42-43.

2008 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: International Classroom Receives Subaru
Grant; Longtime Museum Mobile Guide Retires; National Geographic Supports Study of 
Monogamous Monkeys; Penn Museum Features Hype at Events.” 50(1): 44­45.

2008 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Rohm and Haas Partnership; Alumni Award 
of Merit for Museum Researcher; Museum Curator Wins Penn Teaching Award; 
Treasures Galore!; Penn Museum’s Innu Collections on Canadian Website.” 50(2): 44­

316
45.

2008 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Receives Planning Grant from
National Endowment for the Humanities; Penn Museum Receives Challenge Grant from 
Henry Luce Foundation.” 50(3): 48.

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Young Friends Offer Fresh Perspective on 
Museum’s Collections and Research; Archaeobotanical Research in MASCA; Visitors 
from Orvieto, Italy; Marilyn Bridges: The Sacred and the Secular; Conference Highlights
75th Anniversary of the Penn Museum’s Excavations in Cyrus; New Lecture Series 
Highlights ‘Great Sites’ Excavated by the Penn Museum; Penn Museum Student 
Advisory Board; New Overseers Join the Penn Museum Board; Penn Museum Advisory 
Board.” 51(1): 57­60. 

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum is More Fun When You Sleep 
Over!; Great Discoveries in 2009­2010, Loa P. Traxler Appointed the Andrew W. Mellon
Associate Deputy Director; Museum Curator Awarded J.C. Harrington Medal; Penn 
Museum Welcomes New Overseer; Recent Awards from NEH, NEA, and IMLS; Penn 
Museum Launches Audio Tour.” 51(2): 45­47. 

2009 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Penn Museum Hosts Undergraduate 
Research Fellows; Iraq’s Ancient Past at the Penn Museum; Philagrafika 2010 Presents 
What in the World at the Penn Museum.” 51(3): 46­47. 

2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: George Bass Awarded Lucy Wharton Drexel 
Medal; Penn Museum Hosts Soldiers from Fort Dix; New Overseer Joins the Penn 
Museum Board; G. Roger Edwards (1914­2009); Group Visits Painted Metaphors; 
Teachers’ Workshop at the Penn Museum; Museum Awarded Grant from the William 
Penn Foundation.” 52(1): 46­48. 

2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Egyptologist David Silverman Honored in 
Cairo; Ban Chiang Project Honored at Thailand Museum Opening; Tang Horse Reliefs 
Reinstalled in Chinese Rotunda.” 52(2): 46­47.

2010 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects: Gift from Euseba and Warren Kamensky 
Endows Nagpra Postion; Penn Museum Co­Hosts International Workshop on Southeast 
Asian Ceramic Archaeology.” 52(3): 54. 

2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(1): 45-48.

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2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(2): 46-47.

2011 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 53(3): 46-47.

2012 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 54(1): 53-54.

2012 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 54(2): 46-48.

2012 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 54(3): 46-47.

2013 “Museum Mosaic: People, Places, Projects.” 55(1): 6-7.

2013 “Museum Mosaic.” 55(2): 37-41.

2013 “Museum Mosaic.” 55(3): 48-53.

2014 “Museum Mosaic.” 56(1): 63-64.

2014 “Museum News.” 56(2): 50-53.

2014 “Museum News.” 56(2): 54-58.

2013 “Around the World.” 55(2): 8-9.

2014 “Around the World.” 56(3): 8-14.

2013 “Scholarship: Recent Work.” 55(2): 46-47.

2014 “Scholarship: Recent Work.” 56(3): 62-63.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(1): 4.

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(1): 5.

2015 “Member News.” 57(1): 54-56.

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(1): 57.

2015 “Museum News.” 57(1): 60-62.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(2): 4.

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(2): 5.

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(2): 37-42.

318
2015 “Member News.” 57(2): 43-45.

2015 “Museum News.” 57(2): 49-53.

2015 “In the Galleries.” 57(3): 4-5

2015 “Museum Events.” 57(3): 6

2015 “In the Labs.” 57(3): 7-8

2015 “Member News.” 57(3): 75-77

2015 “Museum News.” 57(3): 78-83

2016 “The New Penn Museum: Building Transformation.” 58(3): 4-5

2016 “In the Galleries.” 58(3): 6.

2016 “Museum Events.” 58(3): 7.

2016 “In the Labs.” 58(3): 46-47.

2016 “Global Classroom.” 58(3): 48-49.

2016 “Member News.” 58(3): 54-58.

2016 “Museum News.” 58(3): 59-61.

2016 “Looking Ahead.” 58(3): 62-63.

Allen, James P. See Wegner, Jennifer Houser.

Ashley, Sonya
2007 “REU Student: Sonya Ashley.” 49(3): 34-35.

Bahrami, Beebe
2002 “Portrait: An Enduring Legacy: Robert L. Trescher Crafted the Modern
Museum.” 44(2): 3-4.
2002 “From the Editor.” 44(3): 2.
2003 “From the Editor.” 45(3): 3.
2004 “From the Editor.” 46(1): 3.
2006 “Book News & Reviews: Bear Daughter” 48(1): 37.

Baran, Musa

319
1974 “Children’s Games.” 17(1): 21-23.

Barone, Joseph A.
1960 “Patterns in Music.” 3(1): 29-31.

Beck, Nanibaa
2008 “REU Student: Nanibaa Beck.” 49(3): 33-34.

Becker, Suzanne Sheehan


2002 “From the Director for Development.” 44(1): 2.

Biddle, Martin
1977 “New Directions...The Director Writes.” 20(1): 2.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(2): 3.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(3): 3.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 20(4): 3.
1978 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(1): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(2): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(3): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 21(4): 3.
1979 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(1): 3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(3): 2-3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(2): 2.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 22(4): 3.
1980 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 23(1): 3.
1981 “New Directions: The Director Writes.” 23(2): 3.
1981 “New Directions.” 23(3): 3.

Borgstede, Greg. See Wegner, Jennifer Houser.

Borgstede, Greg, Beebe Bahrami, and Vanessa Smith


2005 “Book News & Reviews: The Maya, Pashtun, and Egypt.” 47(2): 40-41.

Borgstede, Greg, Benjamin Porter, and James R. Mathieu


2006 “Book News & Reviews: Ec(k)s Marks the Spot?” 48(3): 42-43.

Boileau, Marie­Claude and Katherine M Moore
2016 “In the Labs: High Schoolers Take Over the CAAM Labs.” 58(3): 46­47.

Brandt, E. N.
1960 “Why I Am a Mummy Duster.” 2(4): 30-31.

Brewster, Paul G.
1977 “The Strange Practice of Firewalking.” 19(3): 43-47.

Brice, William C.

320
1959 “What the British are Doing.” 2(1): 28-33.

Bridgman, Charles F.
1973 “The Radiography of Museum Objects.” 15(3): 2-14.

Brownlee, Ann Blair


2005 “What Was There Before the Museum?” 47(1): 32-37.

Brownlee, Ann Blair, and David B. Brownlee
2008 “Exhibit Notes: Penn in the World.” 50(1): 36­41. 

Brownlee, Ann Blair and Lynn Makowsky


2015 “…Very Best Inspirations of the Past”: The Wanamaker Bronzes.” 57(1): 43-47.

Bunker, Emma C. and Joseph Ternbach


1970 “A Variation of the ‘Lost-Wax’ Process.” 12(3): 41-43.

Cain, Tiffany
2016 “Book News and Reviews: Returning to the Study of Things.” 58(1): 46.

Chase, Philip, and Theodore G. Schurr


2004 “Book News & Reviews: Evolution and the Peopling of the Americas.” 46(2): 44-
45.

Cooney, John D.
1963 “Assorted Errors in Art Collecting.” 6(1): 20-27.

Crownover, David
1959 “Once and Again.” 1(2): 14-17.
1959 “Ancient and Primitive Art in Philadelphia Collections.” 1(4): 19-21.

D’Addono, Beth, Irene Good, and Walda Metcalf


2003 “Book News & Reviews: Feast for the Eyes: Ancient Music, Women Warriors,
and Evolutionary Recipes.” 45(2): 43-45.

Danielsson, Bengt
1969 “The Exotic Sources of Gauguin’s Art.” 11(4): 16-26.

Danien, Elin C.
2006 “Portrait: Caroline Dosker: She Dusted the Mummies.” 48(1): 7.

Davenport, William
1986 “States, Chiefdoms, and Tribes.” 28(2): 50.

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2001 “Mancala: Games That Count.” 43(1): 38-46.

Dessart, George
1961 “What in the World: A Television Institution.” 4(1): 37-39.

Dibble, Harold L.
2001 “From the Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs.” 43(3): 2.

Dimick, John M.
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Dyson, Robert H. See Dyson, Robert H., Jr.

Dyson, Robert H., Jr.


1981 “Carleton S. Coon.” 23(4): 3.
1981 “University Museum Announcements: Dr. Piotr Michalowski; A Grant.” 24(1): 2-
3.
1983 “Volunteers.” 25(2): 47.
1986 “Introduction.” 28(3): 2.
1988 “Where in the World?” 30(2): 1.

Eiseley, Loren
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Epstein, Stephen M.
1987 “‘Scholars Will Call It Nonsense’: The Structure of Erich von Daniken’s
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1996 “Musings and Visions from the Museum.” 38(1): 2.

Fagan, Brian
1987 “Archaeology and Pseudo-Archaeology.” 29(2): 2-3.

Farrington, Lynne
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Field, Richard S.
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Gleason, Kathryn
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Goodenough, Ward H.
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Goodrich-Hedrick, Karen and John D. Hedrick


1972 “Cruise of the United States Frigate Potomac.” 14(2): 27-33.

Gorelick, Leonard
1981 “The Ancient Craft and Art of the Lapidary: Introduction.” 23(4): 5.
1981 “The Ancient Art and Craft of the Lapidary.” 24(1): 4.

Gorelick, Leonard and A. John Gwinnett


1981 “Close Work Without Magnifying Lenses?: A Hypothetical Explanation for the
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1981 “Close Work Without Magnifying Lenses?: Discussion of Suggestions from
Readers of Expedition.” 23(4): 15-16.

Gould, Douglas W.
1980 “The Uncertain Fate of a Princely Diversion: An Historical Survey of Tops.”
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Grame, Theodore C.
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Grant, Lynn. 
2008 “Conservation Notes: What Do You Think of That?” 50(1): 35.
2008 “Conservation Notes: Virginia Greene: Conservator Extraordinaire.” 50(2): 37­
38.

Greaves, Thomas C.
1971 “Is There a Culture of Poverty?” 14(1): 10-13.

Gullapalli, Praveena.
2009 “Book News & Reviews: Who Owns Antiquity? Museums and the Battle over 
Ancient Heritage.” 51(2): 48. 

Gutman, Mary Bert


1983 “The Women’s Committee: Its History, Aims, and Accomplishments.” 25(4): 2-
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Guy, Leslie
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Gwinnett, A. John and Leonard Gorelick


1979 “Ancient Lapidary: A Study Using Scanning Electron Microscopy and Functional
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Hamilton, Elizabeth G.
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Hickman, Jane
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2009 “From the Editor.” 51(3): 3
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(1): 2.
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(2): 2.
2010 “From the Editor.” 52(3): 2.
2011 “From the Editor.” 53(1): 2.
2013 “From the Editor: A New Expedition.” 55(2): 2.
2015 “From the Editor.” 57(1): 3.
2015 “From the Editor.” 57(2): 2.
2016. “From the Editor.” 58(1): 2.
2016. “From the Editor.” 58(2): 2.
2016. “From the Editor.” 58(3): 2.

Hodges, Richard
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2008 “From the Director: Giving to the Museum.” 50(1): 3.
2008 “From the Director: The Museum in a ‘Flat’ World.” 50(2): 3.
2008 “From the Director: Fifty Years On.” 50(3): 3. 
2009 “From the Director: A New Position to Help Define a New Age.” 51(1): 2.
2009 “From the Director: King Midas and Rodney Young.” 51(2): 2.
2009 “From the Director: Creating a Sustainable Butrint.” 51(3): 3. 
2010 “From the Director: Birthe Kjølbye­Biddle (15 July 1941­16 January 2010.” 
52(1): 3. 
2010 “From the Director: Introducing Penn Undergraduates to Archaeology.” 52(2): 3. 
2010 “From the Director: Extraordinary Discoveries along the Silk Road.” 52(3): 3.

Horne, Lee

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1982 “Fuel for the Metal Worker: The Role of Charcoal and Charcoal Production in
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1991 “Introduction: What is Ethnoarchaeology?” 33(1): 3.
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55.

Jensen, Erin, and Jennifer Reifsteck


2010 “Around the Museum: Summer in the City.” 52(2): 43­45

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Jones, Philip and Alessandro Pezzati


2014 “New Acquisitions: An Elamite Inscribed Brick & the William L. Potter and
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Katz, Solomon H.
1972 “Change . . . on ‘Top of the World’.” 15(1): 15-21.

Katz, Solomon H. and Mary M. Voigt


1986 “Bread and Beer: The Early Use of Cereals in the Human Diet.” 28(2): 23-34.

Kauer, Jane
2010 “Book News & Reviews: The World of Soy.” 52(2): 48.

Kidder, A. V.
1960 “Wanted: More and Better Archaeologists.” 2(2): 17-24.

Kidder II, Alfred


1959 “Editorial.” 1(2): 2, 36.
1959 “Archaeological Visitors.” 1(4): 22-23.
1966 “Percy Childs Madeira, Jr.” 9(2): 2-3.

Kidder II, Alfred and Linton Satterthwaite


1968 “J. Alden Mason.” 10(2): 2-3.

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Knauer, Elfriede R.
1978 “Toward a History of the Sleeved Coat: A Study of the Impact of an Ancient
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Kopper, John S.
1981 “Paleolithic Tools: Some Design Considerations.” 24(1): 4-9.

Kopytoff, Igor
2006 “A Short History of Anthropology at Penn.” 48(1): 29-36.

Krasniewicz, Louise
2015 “All the World in One place: Educating Visitors about the Changing World.” 
57(1): 7-13.

Leach, MacEdward
1961 “The Men Behind the Lore.” 4(1): 8-11.

Leichty, Erle, James Muhly, Barbara Murray, Martha Phillips, Jennifer Quick and Bernard Wailes
1983 “Geraldine Bruckner: An Appreciation by Past and Present Expedition Staff.”
26(1): 4-5.

Leventhal, Richard M.
2005 “From the Director: The Present and Future of the Museum.” 47(1): 3.
2005 “From the Director: The University and the Museum.” 47(2): 3.
2005 “From the Director: Public Exhibits, Education, and Outreach.” 47(3): 3.
2006 “From the Director: Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933–2005).” 48(1): 3.
2006 “From the Director: The Penn Compact and Penn Museum.” 48(2): 3.
2006 “From the Director: The Amarna Exhibit.” 48(3): 3.

Lewis, Allison
2008 “Conservation Notes: Conservator Education at the Museum.” 50(2): 39.

Lieberman, Philip, and Robert McCarthy.


2007 “Tracking the Evolution of Language and Speech: Comparing Vocal Tracts to
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Mallowan, M. E. L.
1960 “Sir Leonard Woolley.” 3(1): 25-28.

Mann, Alan and Janet Monge


1987 “Reproducing Our Ancestors: The University Museum’s Casting Program.”
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Margolis, Gerald
2001 “From the Deputy Director for Operations.” 43(2): 2.

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Mathieu, James R.
2000 “Research Notes: A Tree Falls in Philadelphia.” 42(2): 3-4.
2003 “Science & Archaeology: Time Travel, Trebuchets, and Atlatls: Playing with the
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2004 “From the Editor.” 46(2): 2.
2004 “From the Editor.” 46(3): 2.
2005 “From the Editor.” 47(1): 2.
2005 “From the Editor.” 47(2): 2.
2005 “From the Editor.” 47(3): 2.
2006 “From the Editor.” 48(1): 2.
2006 “From the Editor.” 48(2): 2.
2006 “From the Editor.” 48(3): 2.
2007 “From the Editor.” 49(1): 2.
2007 “From the Editor.” 49(2): 2.
2007 “From the Editor.” 49(3): 2.
2008 “From the Editor.” 50(1): 2.
2008 “From the Editor.” 50(2): 2.
2008 “From the Editor.” 50(3): 2.

Matthews, Kenneth D., Jr.


1963 “Saffron and Swan’s Grease.” 5(4): 11-17.

Mellink, Machteld J.
1967 “Mary Hamilton Swindler.” 9(3): 19.

Michael, Henry N.
2000 “Science & Archaeology: Tree Rings and Radiocarbon Dates.” 42(2): 5-6.

Miller, Arthur
1982 “Archaeological Looting: A New Approach to the Problem.” 24(3): 35-45.

Mitchell, Paul
2013 “Book News & Reviews: Nature or Nurture?” 55(2): 45.

Monge, Janet
2016 “Mummies Beyond the Grave: An Introduction to Mummy Studies around the 
World” 58(2): 6­7.

Monge, Janet, and Alan Mann
2008 “Exhibit Notes: Surviving: A Lightning Rod.” 50(1): 46­48. 

Muhly, James D.
1977 “Editorial.” 19(4): 2-3.

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1978 “Ancient Cartography: Man’s Earliest Attempts to Represent His World.” 20(2):
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Murray, Jack
2003 “Portrait: Gone Fishing: James Albert Marion, 1942-2003.” 45(3): 46.

Norcini, Marilyn
1998 “From the New Associate Director for Collections and Exhibitions.” 40(3): 2.

O’Connor, Gulbun
2004 “Portrait: William Davenport, Curator Emeritus, Oceanian Section.” 46(3): 5.

Olszewski, Deborah I.
2004 “Meet the New Director: Richard M. Leventhal, the Williams Director.” 46(2): 3-
4.
2006 “Meet the Curators: Rebecca Huss-Ashmore, Associate Curator-in-Charge,
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2006 “Meet the New Board Chair: Michael J. Kowalski: Chairman of the Museum’s
Board of Overseers.” 49(1): 6.
2008 “Meet the New Director: Richard Hodges, The Williams Director: 
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.” 50(1):
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1976 “Froelich Gladstone Rainey.” 18(4): 2.

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2004 “From the Archives: Goldberg Variations: Archives Houses Over 16,000 Eclectic
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2006 “From the Archives: ‘So long, until tomorrow’: Lowell Thomas and the ‘History
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2006. “From the Archives: Cantinflas: The Comedian and Trickster from Mexico.”
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2008 “From the Archives: Charles R. Sheeler, Jr.” 50(1): 6­7.
2009 “From the Archives: Now a Major Motion Picture.” 51(2): 6-8.
2010 “From the Archives: The Pennsylvania Declaration.” 52(2): 4. 
2015 “Gold Medals & Grand Prizes: World’s Fairs and the Penn Museum.” 57(1): 19-
21.
2015 “From the Archives: Jessie Tarbox Beals—World’s Fair Photographer.” 57(1): 
58­59
2015 “From the Archives: The First Century of the Harrison Rotunda.” 57(2): 46-48.
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Pezzati, Alex and James R. Mathieu. 

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2008 “From the Archives: Is Your Mind Ready for Adventure? Expedition Turns 50.” 
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Pigott, Vincent C.
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25.
1996 “Musings and Visions from the Associate Director.” 38(3): 2.

Poepoe, Herbert
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Pope-Hennessy, Sir John


1976 “The Museum as Forum.” 18(4): 3-10.

Porter, Benjamin
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Possehl, Gregory L. and Jennifer Quick


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1958 “Editorial.” 1(1): 2, 36.
1960 “The Changing Face of Archaeology.” 2(3): 14-20.
1964 “Alfred Bendiner.” 6(4): 20-27.
1967 “The Archaeology Explosion.” 9(3): 2-7.
1967 “Marie Lemoine Harrison.” 9(4): 19.
1968 “Editorial.” 11(1): 2-3.

Ralph, Elizabeth K.
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1969 “Archaeological Prospecting.” 11(2): 14-21.

Reed, Charles A.
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15.

Reinhold, Robert
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Romano, David Gilman
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Sabloff, Jeremy A.
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1994 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 36(2-3): 2.
1995 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 37(1): 2.
1995 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 37(2): 2.
1995 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 37(3): 2.
1996 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 38(2): 2.
1997 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 39(2): 2.
1997 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 39(3): 2.
1998 “Musings and Visions from the Director’s Desk.” 40(2): 2.
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2000 “From the Director.” 42(1): 2.
2000 “From the Director.” 42(2): 2.
2000 “From the Director.” 42(3): 2.
2001 “From the Director.” 43(1): 2.
2002 “From the Director.” 44(2): 2.
2003 “From the Director.” 45(1): 2.
2003 “From the Director.” 45(3): 2.
2004 “From the Director.” 46(1): 2.
2007 “From the Director.” 49(1): 3.

Schenck, Helen
1997 “From the Editor.” 39(1): 2.

Seldin, Abigail
2007 “Class Notes: Building Bridges with “Native Voices”: Reflections on the REU-
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Sharer, Robert J.
2010 “Portrait: Remembering Bill Coe.” 52(1): 8.

Siggers, Julian
2015 “From the Director.” 57(1): 2.
2015 “From the Director.” 57(2): 3.
2016 “From the Director.” 58(1): 3.
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Spencer, Margaret R.
2009 “Meet the Associate Deputy Director: Loa P. Traxler.” 51(3): 4-5.

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1982 “A New Director of the University Museum: Robert H. Dyson, Jr.” 24(3): 2.

Trubek, Amy B.
2003 “From the Issue Editor.” 45(2): 3.

Tsarfati, Debbie
2008 “Class Notes: Bringing Excitement to the Classroom.” 50(1): 42­43.

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2010 “Astronomical Petroglyphs: Searching for Rock Art Evidence for an Ancient
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Wakely, Gillian
2003 “Serene Spaces: A Letter from the Associate Director for Programs.”
45(2): 2.

Walrath, Dana. See Voelker, Judy C.

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1963 “Jade: Its Character and Occurrence.” 5(2): 2-11.

White, Donald
2010 “Portrait: Dr. Elfriede R. (Kezia) Knauer.” 52(3): 4.

Whittlesey, Julian
1973 “Balloons, ‘Flying Mattresses,’ and Photography.” 15(2): 30-39.

Zhou, Xiuqin
2015 “After the Fairs: World’s Fairs and the Development of Museums.” 57(1): 14-18.

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1974 “New Approaches to the Study of Ancient Disease.” 17(1): 24-30.

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