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In This IssueAdventures in Discoveryby Peter A. Young
From the PresidentIn the Shadow of Warby Nancy C. Wilkie
Conversations: Archaeology and the Black ExperienceArchaeologist Anna Agbe-Davies looks at why there are so few black archaeologists.
Letter from Mexico: Gods of YucatánHow the Maya adapted to the religion of their Spanish conquerors
by Colleen P. Popson
Guardians of the DeadPeru's citizens' brigades patrol a coastal landscape in an effort to curb a growing national industry--looting.
by Roger Atwood
Lifeline to ByzantiumTracking the ancient world's longest aqueduct, which sustained Constantinople for eight centuries
by Kristin M. Romey
Fortress on the HudsonCrumbling ruins are all that's left of the arsenal and summer home of an enterprising American arms dealer.
by Eric A. Powell
Relics of the Kamikaze Excavations off Japan's coast are uncovering Kublai Khan's ill-fated invasion fleet.
by James P. Delgado
Remembering ChelmnoHeart-wrenching finds from a Nazi death camp
by Juliet Golden
November/December 2002 | March/April 2003