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Table of Contents Volume 53 Number 1, January/February 2000

The full texts of newsbriefs and selected longer articles are available
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In This Issue
Perspectives on the Past
by Peter A. Young

From the President
Mycenaean Madness
by Nancy C. Wilkie

NewsbriefsFULL TEXT!
Early Homo erectus Tools in China; Equus on Ice; Vandals Attack Rome, Again; Squash Down, Beans Up, Corn Steady; New Stones at Avebury; First Alphabet Found in Egypt; Early Iron Smelting; Georgian Homo erectus Crania

Insight
Roman Life on the Danube
by James Wiseman

American Scene
Back at the Ranch
by Katherine Drouin Keith

At the Museums
All That Glitters Is Scythian
by Kristin M. Romey

Books
Ancient Wonders
by Mark Rose

Multimedia
CNN's Millennium Project
by Paul G. Bahn

Exploring Egypt
by Edward Bleiberg

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Rome 2000

 

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Pilgrimage to the Past

 

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Early Homo erectus Tools in China
 

ROME 2000
The Eternal City celebrates the jubilee in grand imperial fashion.
by Andrew L. Slayman

ANTIQUARIAN DELIGHTS
Rome unveils three splendid museums.
by Stephen L. Dyson and Jennifer Trimble

ROME 1-1000FULL TEXT!
A first-millennium tour of the Eternal City
by Angela M.H. Schuster

PILGRIMAGE TO THE PAST
An African-American's lifelong search for identity
by Chester Higgins Jr.

SHENANDOAH'S SECRET HISTORY
Archaeology shatters the stereotype of an impoverished, backward people.
by Audrey J. Horning

VISIONS OF TROY
Centuries of travelers, artists, and cartographers have tried to envision the famous, yet elusive, citadel.
by Elizabeth Riorden

LETTER FROM DENMARK
Hamlet Had It Wrong.
by Elizabeth J. Himelfarb

Forum
Forgiveness in the Sweat Lodge
by Christine Finn

Photos, from top: Forum of Trajan (Giovanni Lattanzi); Members of the St. Paul Community Baptist Church in Brooklyn ( Chester Higgins Jr.); Stone tool from Renzidong Cave, China (© Russell Ciochon)

November/December 1999 | March/April 2000

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