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Egyptomania!What accounts for our intoxication with things Egyptian?
by Bob Brier
Seeds of TimeHow one woman's knack for extracting history from plant remains led to
some startling conclusions about ancient people and the environments that sustained them
by Steve Nash
Nouvelle-FranceThe legacy of North America's French colonists
by Mark Rose
Battles of Cerro SechínDo carvings in northern Peru reflect ancient warfare or an Andean ritual practiced to this day?
by Erica Hill
City of PoseidonA muddy dig in the Corinthian coastal plain yields the remains of an ancient Greek city swallowed by the sea
by Tom Gidwitz
Osceola's HeadClose encounters with a famed Seminole chief
by Jerald T. Milanich
In This IssuePerfect to a Faultby Peter A. Young
From the PresidentHappy Birthday, AIA!by Jane C. Waldbaum
Building Trust in Iraq Manhattan assistant district attorney and Marine Corps colonel Matthew Bogdanos on tracking down the looted artifacts of the Iraq National Museum
Letter From Switzerland: Theme Park of the GodsA theme park in the heart of the Swiss Alps celebrates ancient achievements as the handiwork of aliens
by Eric A. Powell
November/December 2003 | March/April 2004