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Table of Contents Volume 52 Number 3, May/June 1999

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In This Issue

NewsbriefsFULL TEXT!
Sunken Ships of Pisa, Rare Roman Grave Found in London, Goethe Exhumed, Borneo Cave Art, Let's Not Be Too Hasty, Bronze Age to New Age, Deep Probe at Çatal, Ancient Cooking and Sex, Getty Returns Italian Artifacts, Roman Shipwreck off Alexandria, Pacific Lizards or Red Herrings?, K-Man in the Lab, Romans in China?, Highest Dig Yields Inka Sacrifices, Hoard Returned, Vegetarian Essenes?, Khmer Site Looted, New Conservation Program, Egyptian Gold Rush

From the President

Insight
Challenge of the Deep
by James Wiseman

Books
Chaco Death Squads
by Stephen H. Lekson

At the Museums
The Parthenon Marbles Custody Case
by Shareen Blair Brysac

Multimedia
Is Archaeology Ready for Prime Time?
by Neil Asher Silberman

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Is Archaeology Ready for Prime Time?

 

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Africa's Storied Past

 

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Napoleon in Egypt

 

RECLAIMING THE BOUNTYFULL TEXT!
Australian divers locate the famous ship in shallow waters off Pitcairn Island.
by Nigel Erskine

NAPOLEON IN EGYPT
The general's search for glory led to the birth of Egyptology.
by Bob Brier

AFRICA'S STORIED PAST
A "people without history" explore a vibrant precolonial landscape.
by Roderick J. McIntosh

IMAGES OF THE SPIRIT WORLD
Rock art of the San people
by J.D. Lewis-Williams

LEGACY OF RACISM
South African archaeology emerges from half a century of apartheid.
by Martin Hall

Forum
Mood Music
by David Soren

Photos, from top: Maury Povich and Zahi Hawass pose before pyramids (Courtesy Fox Network); map of Africa; frontispiece of the Description de l'Égypte (© Chester Higgins)

March/April 1999 | July/August 1999

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