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Table of Contents Volume 52 Number 1, January/February 1999

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In This Issue

NewsbriefsFULL TEXT!
New Tomb at Teotihuacan, Archimedes Manuscript Sold, Archaeology and the Talmud?, Early Andean Metalworking, Vintage Moscow, Crete Airport Flap, Maya Art Return, Sampling Monks Mound, Redating the Madrid Codex, Grave Decision, Latter-Day Shakers, Mycenaean Citadel Investigated

From the President

Insight
The Muse Within Us: Poetic visions of the past
by James Wiseman

At the Museums
Ötzi's New Home
by Paul G. Bahn

Books
Neolithic Noah
by Mark Rose

Multimedia
Simulated Caesars
by Nicholas Nicastro

Forum
Faux Maya
by Angela M.H. Schuster

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Treasures of I Fucoli

 

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Saving Knossos

 

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Neolithic Noah

 

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Simulated Caesars

 

SAVING KNOSSOS
The struggle to preserve a landmark of Europe's first great civilization
by Spencer P.M. Harrington

TREASURES OF I FUCOLI
A Tuscan hill town unveils its newly restored terra-cotta masterpieces.
by Anna Rastrelli

HORACE'S HEALING SPRING
Scholars uncover a spa possibly patronized by the Roman poet.
by David Soren and Frank Romer

NORTH AMERICA'S VAST LEGACY
Fifty years of dramatic discoveries
by David J. Meltzer

THE SEARCH FOR THE EARLIEST AMERICANS
by David J. Meltzer and Tom D. Dillehay

EXPLORING SOUTH AMERICA
A unique laboratory for studying human cultural evolution
by Tom D. Dillehay

Photos, from top: Terra-cotta winged female genius (Giovanni Lattanzi); the reconstructed Knossos (Spencer P.M. Harrington); Noah and the flood (illustration by Ray Bartkus); Caesars III, a CD-ROM strategy game (Sierra Online, Inc.)

November/December 1998 | March/April 1999

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