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Table of Contents Volume 52 Number 6, November/December 1999

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In This Issue

From the President

NewsbriefsFULL TEXT!
Chariots Grounded at Paris Airport, Oldest Musical Instruments Still Play a Tune, Case of the Curious Cranium, Harvard's Skull and Bones, Arhats Return Home, Corinth Loot Found Under Fresh Fish, Surprise Finds on the Steppes, Spain's Day in Court, Say It with Clay Balls, Sunken City Found, Buttons and Breeches, Taíno Stilt Village, Sand Creek Massacre

American Scene
Lewis and Clarkiana
by Jim Merritt

InsightFULL TEXT!
The World's Most Endangered Sites
by James Wiseman

At the Museums
Egypt in America
by Angela M.H. Schuster

Multimedia
The Great Hopewell Mystery
by Ronald Hicks

BooksFULL TEXT!
Beyond Clovis
by Mark Rose

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Engineers of Easter Island

 

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Harvard's Skull and Bones

 

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The World's Most Endangered Sites
 

DIGGING AT ARMAGEDDON
A new expedition tackles one of the Near East's most famous tels--and legends.
by Neil Asher Silberman, Israel Finkelstein, David Ussishkin, and Baruch Halpern

ENGINEERS OF EASTER ISLAND
Archaeologists field test a theory of how the island's colossal moai were moved.
by Jo Anne Van Tilburg and Ted Ralston

A MILL THAT SHAPED A NATIONFULL TEXT!
Industrial archaeology at Bethlehem Steel
by Ralph Schwarz

LISTENING TO THE MILL
Growing up in the shadow of "The Steel"
by Roderick J. McIntosh

PROBING A LANDSCAPE OF DEATH
A forensic anthropologist's mission to recover and identify the victims of ethnic cleansing
by Brenda Smiley

Forum
YØK! YØK! YØK!
by Anthony Aveni

Photos, from top: Nine-ton concrete moai (Jo Anne Van Tilburg); bones found at Harvard University (Jerry Shine); Bibi Jawandi tomb in Pakistan (Courtesy World Monuments Fund)

September/October 1999 | January/February 2000

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