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Table of Contents Volume 53 Number 4, July/August 2000

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In This Issue
Did They or Didn't They?
by Peter A. Young

From the President
The Numbers Are In...
by Nancy C. Wilkie

NewsbriefsFULL TEXT!
Five-Star Inn with Great Art; Good News from Iraq; Sexy Skull Find; Rhodes' Colossal Contest; Gold from the Bronze Age; Prehistoric Body Painting; Cahokia Joyride; Detroit, Next Exit; Sarcophagus Comes Home; Caesars Big Dig; Upscale Iron Age Village; Domain Dispute; Beware of Dogs Facing West; Protecting Panama

Insight
An American Presence in Greece
by James Wiseman

Books
New Triumphs for "General" Cesnola
by Ellen Herscher

At the Museums
Three cheers for the Vikings!
by Judith Lindbergh

Multimedia
Reanimating Rome
by Nicholas Nicastro

The Virtual Silk Road
by Shareen Blair Brysac

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Earth Explorer
 

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Mystery Stelae
 

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New Triumphs for "General" Cesnola
 

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Five-Star Inn with Great Art
 

FATE OF THE NEANDERTALS
Our robust cousins interbred with modern humans, a preeminent European archaeologist argues.
by João Zilhão

PRIVY BUSINESS
Chamber pots and sexpots in colonial life
by Mary Ellin D'Agostino

EARTH EXPLORER
In his study of the human past buried in ash, volcanologist Haraldur Sigurdsson has hacked through jungles, paddled across boiling lakes, and ridden submarines to the bottom of the sea.
by Tom Gidwitz

MYSTERY STELAE
Are stone images found in southeastern Turkey evidence of early nomads and a lost kingdom?
by Veli Sevin

CONFESSIONS OF A CRUISE LECTURER
Notes from the floating desk of a seasoned guest professor
by David Soren

LETTER FROM FLORIDA
Why scholars are ambivalent about Clarence Bloomfield Moore
by Jerald T. Milanich

American Scene
Fourth in the Field
by Kristin M. Romey

Forum
To the Barricades!
by Michel Faure

Photos, from top: Volcanologist Haraldur Sigurdsson (Courtesy Haraldur Sigurdsson); stelae found in Hakkâri (Courtesy Veli Sevin); Cesnola with statue from his excavations on Cyprus (Courtesy The Cultural Centre of the Popular Bank Group, Cyprus); winged Minerva fresco (David Willey)

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