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Subject Index: A-F Volumes 44-57
1991-2004

B   C   D   E   F
--A--
Afghanistan
   antiquities trade 55:2.18-20 [SR]
   destruction of statues 3/2/01; 54:3.16-17 [NB]
   museum 49:2.42-51; 4/20/98; 55:3.18-25
   protecting heritage 57:3.4 [P]
   Tilya Tepe hoard 56:6.11 [NB]
Africa--see also individual countries
   Angola--whale fossils 4/13/00
   Botswana--shell beads 3/29/01
   Chad 49:2.16 [NB]; 55:5.10-11 [NB]
   chimp culture study 11/3/99
   Ethiopia
      47:1.28-35
      Christian site 57:6.10 [NB]
      monument 5/27/98
      new species 4/23/99
      earliest ancestor? 54:5.16 [NB]
      tabot return 55:3.10 [NB]
      toolmaking 55:5.50-53
   Great Zimbabwe 51:4.44-49
   history--precolonial 52:3.54-60
   Kenya
      A. anamensis 48:6.18-19 [NB]; 5/27/98
      Swahili town 54:6.44-47
      H. erectus 49:3.21 [NB]
      Kenyanthropus platyops 3/28/01
      new fossils 54:4.24-25 [SR]
      Tsavo lions' den 54:3.18 [NB]
   Mali
      forging artifacts 54:1.26-32
      looting 47:3.26-31,35
      medieval--trade 53:6.48-52
      import restrictions 47:1.20 [NB]
      Jenne 47:3.32-33
      travel/culture 2/28/01
   migration--tapeworm research 55:2.13 [NB]
   Nubia
      46:1.60-62 [M]; 52:4.64-66 [M]
      pyramids 55:5.54-58
   Olduvai Gorge--CD-ROM 51:6.85-89 [MM]
   rock art 54:4.40-45
   Sahara 46:3.20-22 [TL]; 10/19/98
   South Africa
      Cape Town 10/1/97
      Eastern Cape Province--rock art 54:2.16 [NB]
      racism in archaeology 52:3.64-65
      San--rock art 52:3.61-63
      Sterkfontein Cave 52:2.21-22 [NB]
      Swartkrans--P. robustus 53:4.15 [NB]
   Tanzania
      Laetoli 48:2.20 [NB]
      Peninj--woodworking 1/31/01
   virtual tour 52:2.92-94 [MM]
   Zaire 48:6.27 [NB]
   Zambia 53:4.18 [NB]
African-American history--see also slavery
   53:1.38-43
   CD-ROM on 52:5.73-76 [MM]
   Florida--Fort Mose 49:5.54-58
   Maryland 49:6.21 [NB]
   New York City--African Burial Ground 48:5.14-15 [NB]; 46:2.28-38; 11/20/03
   role of food 54:6.48-52
   Texas 56:4.42-47
   Underground Railroad 48:1.22 [NB]
   Virginia--Monticello 7/29/97
Agriculture--see also food, medicine
   China--earliest rice 6/11/97
   gardening 57:4.58 [R,B]
   Mexico
      history of farming 51:5.12 [NB]
      oldest squash seed 50:4.11 [NB]
   Peru--cotton 48:4.45
   Sumerian civilization 44:4.24-27
   Turkey--crop domestication 51:1.18 [NB]
   United States 53:1.18 [NB]
   wine production
      ancient Britain 53:2.29 [NB]
      champagne in Rome 53:2.22 [NB]
      drinking traditions 50:5.12,14,16-17,98 [I]
      Iran 49:5.26 [NB]
      Mediterranean and Near East 44:5.14-16,87 [TL]
      Turkey 49:2.23-24,26-27 [I]
AIA
   45:1.6 [P]; 45:5.6 [P]; 46:1.9 [P]
   American Journal of Archaeology 47:1.6 [P]
   Archaeology Magazine--television series 46:4.67-68 [MM]
   awards 50:2.6 [P]; 48:2.6 [P]; 52:2.6 [P]; 55:2.5 [P]; 56:2.5 [P]
   birthday 57:1.6 [P]
   new president 45:6.6 [P]; 48:1.8 [P]; 51:6.6 [P]
   travel 55:1.5 [P]
Alabama
   Moundville 56:4.13 [NB]
   Old Mobile dispute 49:2.18 [NB]; 46:5.24 [NB]; 46:3.26 [NB]; 49:4.8
Alaska
   46:4.36-43
   Aleutians 44:1.26 [NB]; 54:6.55 [R]
   Barrow 48:4.22 [NB]
   Kad'yak 8/26/04; 8/26/04
Albania
   archaeology in 8/12/04
   tour of sites 46:1.74-77 [T]
   Butrint 48:4.24 [NB]; 1/14/00
   Saranda--mosaics 57:1.12 [NB]
Aleutians 44:1.26 [NB]
Alexander the Great
   46:4.54-55 [L]; 11/11/04
   tracing his route 51:3.60-63
   movie 9/14/04; 11/15/04; 11/23/04
   television 51:3.60-63 [MM]; 11/10/04
   tomb 11/11/04
Anasazi--see also Native Americans
   cannibalism 50:5.26 [NB]
   ceramic reproduction 44:3.57 [MM]
   corn study 57:1.10 [NB]
   Colorado
      Indian Camp Ranch 48:2.14 [NB]; 57:4.64-70 [L]
      Mancos Canyon 47:1.11,13-14,16 [TL]
   New Mexico
      Chaco Canyon--migration 48:5.54-57
      Pinnacle Ruin 54:5.44-47
      prehistoric roads--Chaco Canyon 44:3.50-51,68 [L]; 47:1.36-41
Animals--see also art
   Africa--camels 46:3.20-22 [TL]
   ancient 4/27/04
   China--pigs 49:2.52-57
   domestication of dogs 51:1.70-78 [B]
   dogs--human remains detection 7/15/04
   Egypt 48:4.67-69 [M]
   extinction 3/29/00; 55:4.58-59 [R, MM]
   France--aurochs 46:5.14,16-17
   Kansas 47:5.22 [NB]
   Polynesia--birds 48:6.19 [NB]
   Switzerland--horse and dog burials 44:4.21-22 [NB]
Antarctica
   Cape Evans--cocoa can 54:3.25 [NB]
Arabia
   grave goods--gold 51:4.23 [NB]
   Tell Abraq 53:5.44-48
Archaeologists--see also individuals
   Americans in Egypt 49:1.70-72,74-75 [M]
   Count Byron De Prorok 54:5.64 [B]
   documents of 46:3.6 [P]
   hazards for 53:6.96 [F]
   novels by Anthony Hillerman 48:2.58-62 [L]
   questions for 48:6.96 [F]
   retired 50:1.88
   spies 56:3.56 [R,B]; 56:5.30-35
   women 46:6.6 [P]; 53:2.32-35 [AS]
Archaeology--see also individual countries and subjects
   ancient spirituality 47:4.64-66 [MM]
   archaeological resources 44:1.40-43
   The Archaeologist--nineteenth-century magazine 54:5.38-39
   Archaeology Magazine
     50th anniversary 51:1.2
     television series 46:4.67-68 [MM]
   backyard 46:2.76 [F]
   catastrophe theories 9/21/99
   CD-ROM 49:3.60-66 [MM]
   childhood dreams 50:4.80 [F]; 47:5.6 [P]
   children's books 44:5.76-81 [B]
   civilizations--ancient 49:1.91-93 [MM]
   classical 48:5.6 [P]
   cognitive archaeology 50:1.64-67 [B]
   education 44:1.36-39,80; 47:1.26-27 [SR]; 44:1.6 [P]; 49:2.6 [P]; 47:6.6 [P]; 44:4.68 [MM]; 54:4.10-12 [I]
   engendered archaeology 47:3.60-63 [B]
   ethics 44:6.70-74 [B]
   50 years 51:5.33-34; 51:5.100 [F]
   fantastic theories 54:1.10-14 [I]
   film festival--"Cinarchea" 48:3.71-73 [MM]
   fiction 57:3.60 [R,B]
   field schools 54:5.6-9 [I]
   frauds 44:4.70-76 [B]; 46:2.44-51; 54:1.61-66 [B]
   funding 49:6.6 [P]; 48:3.6
   historical archaeology
      51:5.54-60; 2/23/00; 53:2.62-68; 53:3.6-9 [I]
      books on 51:2.81-85 [B]
      colonial 53:4.32-37
      urban 44:3.56-57 [MM]
      Washington's distillery 54:5.80 [F]
   human history 57:1.58-59 [R,B]
   Internet resources 50:1.74-77,80-83 [MM]; 50:2.71-74,76-77 [MM]
   introduction 46:5.82, 84 [MM]
   in universities 51:5.27-30 [I]
   map of ancient world 47:4.6 [P]
   media 49:1.6 [P]
   millennium 52:6.92 [F]
   North American 52:1.50-59
   South American 52:1.62-67
   Near East 49:1.14-15,18,20 [I]
   parody of 47:2.72 [F]
   poetry 46:1.80 [F]; 52:1.13-15 [I]; 53:2.12-16 [I]; 4/27/00; 54:2.8-12 [I]
   pseudoarchaeology 56:3.46-50; 56:3.51-52; 56:3.53
   publishing 48:4.14-17 [TL]
   sexism in study of prehistory 45:2.14-15,18,66 [TL]; 48:2.84 [F]
   students 48:5.88 [F]
   tabloids 51:2.96 [F]
   underwater 49:3.44-47
   U.S. support 57:5.4 [P]
   virtual 53:3.73 [MM]
   volunteers 48:1.66-73
   wonders of the ancient world 53:1.74-77 [B]
   World Archaeological Congress 56:3.16 [CV]
   world history 53:1.80-82 [MM]
Architecture
   Italy
      Hadrian's villa 47:5.54-59; 49:2.68-73 [B]
      Renaissance 48:2.63-67 [M]
      Roman villa 47:4.24-28
   Malta--Neolithic temples 50:4.40-47
   England--Medieval 45:1.14-18 [TL]
   Turkey--tomb of Mausolus 46:5.32-37,39
Arizona--see also Native Americans
   China Alley 44:6.21 [NB]
   Elden Pueblo 7-10/04
   fire--new sites 55:5.16 [NB]
   Hohokam 51:6.44-46; 54:4.15 [NB]
   Lizard Man Village 45:4.56-58
   San Pedro Valley--Clovis sites 51:2.15 [NB]
   Sedona 45:1.24-25 [NB]
   Springerville 46:5.19 [NB]
   Sunset Crater 57:2.46-52
   Tonto National Forest
      human remains 49:2.12-13 [NB]
      Salado 45:4.16-17 [NB]
   Triassic Preserve 53:1.24-27,83 [AS]
Arkansas 44:3.22-30; 7/1/98
Armenia 47:4.57-58 [M]
Art--see also mosaics, photography, rock art
   Africa 46:1.60-62 [M]
   China 47:5.64-65 [M]
   classical 50:1.68-70 [M]; 57:1.58-59 [R,B]
   Egypt--animals 48:4.67-69 [M]
   gender roles 48:2.84 [F]
   Greece 46:6.70-72 [M]
   India
      15th century A.D. 47:5.60-62 [T]
      7th-13th centuries A.D. 46:4.59-61 [M]
   influence of Egypt 47:6.96 [F]
   Mapplethorpe, Robert 44:1.60-63
   Mesopotamia 45:3.48-51 [M]
   Oceanic material culture 44:6.60-63 [M]
   Pompeii 44:2.26-29
   Precolumbian 44:3.44-47 [M]; 45:6.12,14-15 [M]
   Russia 48:4.46-50,52
   Teotihuacan 46:3.59-61 [M]
   Umbrian 44:4.50-53 [M]
   wartime protection 48:4.51
Astronomy
   Advent star 51:6.35-42
   Chinese kings 51:2.26-34
Auel, Jean--author
   Earth's Children series 55:6.36-41
Australia
   Jinmium 51:1.29 [NB]; 51:6.26 [NB]
   Melbourne jail--dog burial 55:5.18 [NB]
   Mungo Man 56:3.13 [NB]
   Rainbow Serpent Shelter 46:4.44-47
   rock art 55:5.36-39; 56:5.13 [NB]
Austria
   Asparn--Neolithic site 56:5.13 [NB]
   Ice Man 48:3.66-70 [B]
   Roman town 53:1.10-12 [I]
   Tyrol Mountains 45:1.24 [NB]
   Vienna 44:2.38-41
Aztec
   47:4.61-63 [B]
   ballgame 54:6.56 [R,B]
   clothing 46:3.30-33,35-36; 46:3.34
   Pico de Orizaba temple 54:6.14 [NB]
   Tenochtitlan 45:5.47; 45:5.42-45 [M]

--B--
Bacon, Nathaniel
   colonial plantation 44:4.54-57 [IF]
Bahamas
   Columbus
      biography 45:1.59
      cannibalism 45:1.49
      cultural influences 45:1.57-58 [M]
      first landfall 45:1.44-48,50
   Taíno 45:1.51-54,56; 45:1.55
Bahrain 47:4.20 [NB]
Bangladesh
oldest road 57:4.16 [NB]
Bass, George
   underwater archaeologist 56:4.14 [CV]
Bees and Beekeeping
   biological warfare 48:6.36
   poison honey 48:6.32-37,40
   wild honey 48:6.38-39
Behna 49:5.28 [NB]
Belgium
   World War I 54:2.13 [NB]; 57:3.24-29
Belize--see also Maya
   Blue Creek 47:6.18 [NB]; 52:5.20 [NB]
   Caracol 49:5.66-72
   caves 6-8/00
   El Pilar 51:5.22 [NB]
   La Milpa
      excavations 44:3.48-49 [IF]
      Maya king 49:5.21 [NB]
   medicine--Maya 54:4.34-38
   Tiger Mound 47:1.60-62
Bell, Gertrude 44:4.12-16 [TL]
Belzoni, Giovanni
   archaeologist--Egypt 47:1.59
Bering Strait 47:4.50-53
Berkland, Ellen
   archaeologist 57:5.16 [CV]
Bernal, Martin
   Black Athena 45:5.48-52; 45:5.53-55,82,86
Biblical archaeology--see also Israel, Jordan
   49:5.86-88 [MM]; 51:5.36-47
   Book of Matthew 48:3.24 [NB]
   Byzantine church 47:2.18 [NB]
   Dead Sea Scrolls 47:6.30-41
   Flinders Petrie, Sir William 49:4.73-74 [MM]
Bolivia
   Coroma--textiles 46:1.20-22 [NB]
   Kota Mama Expedition 55:4.10 [NB]
   Tiwanaku 6-8/02; 56:3.62-66 [L]
Books--see also Index of Books Reviewed
   50 years in archaeology 51:5.84-89 [B]
   atlas--ancient world 53:6.75 [B]
   Earth's Children series--Jean Auel 55:6.36-41
   editors' picks 54:6.56-57 [R,B]; 55:1.62-63 [R,B]
   latin 53:6.76-77 [B]
   mystery novels 52:2.86-88
Borneo 52:3.15-16 [NB]
Bosnia 51:1.48-53; 52:6.58-62
Brazil
   Amapa State--"seated people" 53:3.50-53
   Monte Alegre--migration 49:4.14-15 [NB]
   Palmares 46:4.14-19 [TL]
   Recife--synagogue 55:2.12 [NB]
   Sarsfield Niña 45:3.42-43
Bridges
   Bosnia 51:1.48-53
   China 45:2.32-36
   Vermont 48:6.24 [NB]
Britain see England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, etc.
Brittany 12/1/99
Bronzes
   Cambodia 50:3.59-62 [M]
   China 47:4.18 [NB]
   England 44:6.20-21[NB]
   Greece 46:6.70-72 [M]
   Italy--statues 47:6.24 [NB]; 45:6.46-49; 46:4.20 [NB]; 51:3.21 [NB]
   Japan--mirrors 51:3.20-21 [NB]
Bronze Age
   Africa--Nubia 46:1.60-62 [M]
   Austria--Tyrol Mountains 45:1.24 [NB]
   China--Suizhou 47:1.42-51
   chronology 48:1.20 [NB]
   Crete 44:3.32-35
   Crimea 47:6.69-75 [L]
   England
      boat 48:5.16 [NB]
      Flag Fen 48:2.24,26; 45:4.38-43; 53:2.24 [NB]
   Greece
      Mycenae 46:1.54-58,63
      Paros 46:1.25-26 [NB]
      Peloponnese 48:3.22 [NB]
   Israel
      Hazor 49:6.15 [NB]
      settlement of Canaan 45:2.22-30
      Tell Kabri 46:6.18 [NB]
   Jordan 47:1.20 [NB]
   Russia 48:2.36-41; 52:3.18-19 [NB]
   Scotland
      beer brewing 54:6.10 [NB]
      lead ornaments 48:3.19 [NB]
      pollen 48:1.23 [NB]
   Siberia 44:5.46-53
Buddhism
   Burma 45:5.34-41
   China
      sculptures 49:5.60-65
      text 49:3.24 [NB]
   India 45:6.52-60
   Pakistan 49:5.24 [NB]
Bulgaria
   looting 46:2.26-27 [SR]
   Sofia--Roman amphitheater 57:4.14 [NB]
   Thracians 57:6.11 [NB]
Burials--see also animals, human remains, mummies, tombs
   car 48:4.80 [F]
   China
      Hemp Pond Valley 44:5.64-67 [IF]
      Suizhou 47:1.42-51
   Egypt
   Abydos 45:5.24 [NB]
   Giza 50:1.39-43
   Siwa Oasis 48:3.58-60 [L]
   Valley of the Kings
      Ramesses II's children 48:4.18-19 [NB]
      undecorated tombs 47:1.52-59
   England--Celtic 46:4.22 [NB]
   Greece--vampires 47:2.22 [NB]
   Ireland--Neolithic mounds 47:5.16-17 [TL]
   Israel
      Amud Cave--Neandertal 49:1.49-50
      Galilee--Chalcolithic culture 49:3.25 [NB]
      Jerusalem--Hasidim vs. archaeologists 46:3.26-27 [NB]
      Tel Halif--Egyptian tomb 50:1.25 [NB]
   Italy--Terni 50:4.18 [NB]
   Japan--Kyushu 50:4.12 [NB]
   Malta--Neolithic mortuary complexes 50:4.40-47
   New York City--African Burial Ground 48:5.14-15 [NB]
   Poland--Jewish tombstones 44:6.22 [NB]
   Russia
      Katyn Forest 50:4.16 [NB]
      Stalingrad 47:3.18 [NB]
      Yekaterinburg 46:1.22-23 [NB]
   Scotland--pollen 48:1.23 [NB]
   Siberia--Altai Mountains 47:5.27 [NB]
   Thailand--POW mass graves 45:4.16 [NB]
Burma
   gold teeth 53:4.10 [NB]
   Pagan 45:5.34-41
   Mingun pagoda 53:3.54-59
Byzantium culture
   art 11/7/02

--C--
California--see also Native Americans
   Chumash culture 44:3.14-16 [TL]
   Guadalupe 44:2.16-20 [TL]
   looting 44:2.71 [NB]
   Los Angeles 46:5.22 [NB]
   pet cemetery 53:3.22-24 [AS]
   San Francisco
      Mission Dolores 57:3.11 [NB]
      ship 54:6.11 [NB]
Calvert, Frank
   Priam's treasure 49:1.26-27 [NB]
   Troy 48:3.50-57
Cambodia
   49:5.14-16,18 [I]
   Angkor
      conservation 47:2.38-49
      infrared photographs 55:2.36-41
      satellite images 49:5.14-16,18 [I]; 51:3.24 [NB]
      tourism 49:6.22 [NB]
   museum--bats 55:5.12-13 [NB]
   Phnom Penh--Buddha statues 55:6.13 [NB]
   Preah Khan 57:3.64-68 [L]
   sculptures 50:3.59-62 [M]; 52:3.31 [NB]
Canada--see also Native Americans
   Alberta--bison hunters 47:3.37-41
   British Columbia
      iceman 9/15/99; 54:5.17 [NB]
      skull, Native American 53:3.16-17 [NB]
   future of archaeology 48:1.26,28,30,33 [TL]
   Jason project 44:1.44-46
   Labrador--whaling 46:5.44-51
   Manitoba--nomads 46:6.22 [NB]
   Newfoundland
      aircraft 47:2.20 [NB]
      Red Paint People 53:3.60-61 [NB]
      underwater archaeology 49:3.40-43
      Vikings 46:1.14-16,18 [TL]
   Ontario
      Genesee 49:3.26 [NB]
      Iroquois 49:5.89-93 [L]
      Lake Ontario 44:1.44-46
      Montreal 48:1.74-76 [M]; 51:6.26 [NB]
   Quebec
      French colony 57:1.30-35
      ship 4/7/97
   Saskatchewan
      Plains Indians 47:6.12-14 [TL]
      Wanuskewin Heritage Park 45:5.24 [NB]
   Toronto--first parliament 55:1.13 [NB]
Canals
   boats 7/1/98; 7/1/98; 51:6.22 [NB]
Canary Islands
   Roman artifacts 50:3.22 [NB]
   Gran Canaria 10/29/99
Cannibalism
   Anasazi 50:5.26
   Bahamas 45:1.49
   Colorado
      Alferd Packer 55:3.50-53
      Mancos Canyon 47:1.11,13-14,16 [TL]
Caribbean
   Jamaica 45:1.73-74,76 [T]
   Nevis 49:1.79-84 [L]
   Martinique 55:5.66-67 [R,M]
Carter, Howard 45:6.77 [NB]; 47:3.72 [F]; 45:6.76-81 [B]
Casas Grandes--see also United States (southwest), Mexico
   pots 56:4.61 [R,B]; 55:1.40-43
Central America--see individual countries
Ceramics--see also art
   Canada 46:6.22 [NB]
   China 48:6.20 [NB]
   Czechoslovakia--Palaeolithic 46:1.36-39
   Egypt 49:5.28 [NB]
   Germany 44:3.18-19 [NB]
   Greece--Geometric period 46:6.70-72 [M]
   Hellenistic period 44:2.42-45 [M]
   Honduras 48:3.36-40
   Japan 47:2.12-17 [TL]
   Mesoamerica 47:2.54-56 [M]
   Rhode Island 46:1.26,28
   Southwest United States
      law enforcement 46:5.52-56
      undercover pot hunting 46:5.57-59
Chalcolithic period
   Israel
      cave burial 49:3.25 [NB]
      fertility figure 54:5.14 [NB]
Chechnya 53:2.28 [NB]
Chile
   Monte Verde 50:2.60-63 [B]; 9/3/98; 10/18/99; 52:6.80-84 [B]
China
   arhats 52:6.15 [NB] (10/28/99)
   artifact smuggling 48:6.71-77 [L]
   astronomy--kingship 51:2.26-34
   bamboo manuscripts--Daoist/Confucian 54:4.62-63 [L]
   Beijing
      bronze panels 47:4.18 [NB]
      Buddhist texts 49:3.24 [NB]
      Liao Dynasty tombs 55:6.14 [NB]
      Summer Palace 5/11/00
      Three Gorges Dam 49:6.44-45; 5/14/98; 56:4.36-41
   book review 52:5.64-68 [M]
   bridges 45:2.32-36
   Bronze Age bells 47:1.42-51
   Changsha 50:3.26 [NB]
   Dunhuang--caves 50:6.60-62 [B]
   fake artifacts 1/28/02
   Gansu 51:5.16-17 [NB]; 52:3.26 [NB]
   Great Wall 56:6.36-41
   history 52:2.58-69
   Hubei
      manuscript 49:4.20-21 [NB]; 51:6.20-21 [NB]
      musical instruments 53:3.62-63 [M]; 56:2.8-9 [NB]
      oldest map 51:2.19 [NB]
   infancy 48:5.49-52
   Jiahu--flutes 52:6.13 [NB]
   Jian--mural 55:1.10 [NB]
   Koguryo--stela 55:2.60-67 [L]
   Longgupo--hominid remains 49:1.51-53
   Longgushan--H. erectus 57:3.52 [R,B]
   Lop Nur desert--tomb robbers 56:3.11 [NB]
   Ming Dynasty 44:5.64-67 [IF]
   Mongolia
      Kublai Khan 48:1.15 [NB]
      Liao Dynasty coffin 56:5.10 [NB]
   Nanjing--mummy 57:3.13 [NB]
   oldest village 46:4.22 [NB]
   pigs 49:2.52-57
   Qianzhangda--chariot burial 50:5.20 [NB]
   Qin Shihuangdi--tomb 54:5.34-37
   Renzidong--cave 53:1.14-15 [NB]
   Shaanxi province--stolen murals 2/2/00
   Shang Dynasty--walled city 53:3.15 [NB]
   Sichuan
      exhibition 54:3.68 [M]
      Great Buddha of Leshan 55:5.19 [NB]
   Silk Road 47:5.64-65 [M]; 46:1.70-71,73 [MM]; 53:4.72-74 [MM]; 54:5.48-50 [M]
   Stein, Sir Aurel--expeditions 50:6.53-59
   Taklamakan Desert
      radar search 46:2.21 [NB]
      survey 46:4.24-25,68
   Tarim Basin 48:2.28-35; 49:5.34 [NB]; 54:2.76-79,82-84 [B]
   Warring States Period 56:2.8-9 [NB]
   Weishan--terra-cotta soldiers 56:2.36-39
   Xian 48:6.20 [NB]; 53:2.19 [NB]
   Xinjiang 48:2.28-35; 56:4.11 [NB]
   Xuzhou--jade shroud 49:3.28 [NB]; 49:4.15 [NB]
   Yangtze River
      rice agriculture 6/11/97
      Three Gorges Dam 49:6.38-43; 5/14/98; 56:4.36-41
   Yungang
      Buddha sculptures 49:5.60-65
      cave temples 49:5.64-65
   Yu Weichao--archaeologist 53:5.34-38
   Zuojiang River 46:2.23-24 [NB]
Christianity
   Africa 47:1.28-35
   Bible 55:1.60-61 [R, B]
   Crusades
      France 52:2.12-18 [I]
      Middle East 55:5.24-31
   England--London--Old St. Paul's Cathedral 50:2.14 [NB]
   Israel
      6th century A.D. 49:1.32 [NB]
      Church of the Kathisma 51:1.28 [NB]
   Jordan--Byzantine church 47:2.18 [NB]
   The Passion of the Christ 57:2.62-66 [L]
   Romans 49:6.30-36; 8/26/99
   Russia--monasteries 50:4.36-38
Christie, Agatha 52:2.86-88 [B]; 55:2.56-57 [R,M]
Chumash
   Indians 44:3.14-16 [TL]
Civil War, American
   Antietam--Irish Brigade 47:6.23 [NB]
   battlefields 57:5.24-29
   District of Columbia--brothel 52:4.18 [NB]
   Florida--Union supply ship--Maple Leaf 47:5.48-50
   Gettysburg 49:6.29 [NB]; 51:5.14 [NB]
   Ohio 51:1.24 [NB]
   POW camp--Johnson's Island 52:4.46-50; 8/30/99; 1/17/02
   rivers, role of 51:4.50-58
   South Carolina--Confederate submarine--Hunley 48:5.17 [NB]; 55:4.58 [R, MM]
   steamboats 7/1/98
   Virginia--Petersburg National Battlefield 51:1.28 [NB]
   Vermont--live ammunition found 49:6.26-27 [NB]
   West Point--cannon foundry 48:3.18 [NB]
Climate
   El Niño 45:6.44-45; 54:5.18 [NB]
   global change 57:3.54
   ice core research 54:6.28-33
   Ohio--Ice Age 53:6.42-46
Clinton, Hillary 5/30/00
Coinage
   England
      Hoxne Hoard 46:2.6 [P]
      Treasure Trove--Roman hoard 47:1.22 [NB]
   Michigan--17th-century French 44:3.19 [NB]
   Roman
      53:2.18 [NB]
      3rd-century-A.D. 49:4.20 [NB]
      Treasure Trove 47:1.22 [NB]
   United States--investor lawsuits--Athena Fund 48:1.16 [NB]
Cold War 5/3/00
Colonial, America-see also archaeology--historical
   chamber pots 53:4.32-37
Colorado
   cannibal--Alferd Packer 55:3.50-53
   Folsom--Paleoindian 56:6.15 [NB]
   Indian Camp Ranch 48:2.14 [NB]; 57:4.64-70 [L]
   Ludlow--coalfield massacre 57:6.62-70 [L]
   Mancos Canyon 47:1.11,13-14,16 [TL]
   Sand Creek Massacre 9/16/03
   settlement interaction 48:5.58-61,63
   White River National Forest 47:4.16 [NB]
Colombia
   looting--ecology 46:2.70-71 [MM]
   Sierra Nevada--warfare 57:5.18-23
Columbus, Christopher
   Bahamas
      biography 45:1.59
      cannibalism 45:1.49
      culture influences 45:1.57-58 [M]
      first landfall 45:1.44-48,50
   Brazil--Niña replica 45:3.42-43
   Dominican Republic--La Isabela 50:4.54-59
   movie 45:6.92 [F]
   Panama 44:1.55-59
   replicas of ships 45:3.38-41
   Santa Maria 57:3.58 [R,MM]
Computers--see also technology
   as artifacts 54:3.28-29 [NB]
   games 52:1.79-81 [MM]; 53:2.86-88 [MM]; 56:2.60 [R,MM]
   Greece--imaging 50:3.54-58
   Israel--Negev Desert 49:2.36-40
   Pompeii
      computer imaging 44:2.32-35
      virtual reality 48:5.67,69-70 [M]
   skulls 47:6.16 [NB]
Connecticut
   Barkhamstead lighthouse 47:4.46-49
   Mashantucket Pequots 44:4.34-39
   New Salem Plantation--slavery 54:5.19 [NB]
Conquistadors
   television series 54:3.78-79 [MM]
Conservation
   Africa--Laetoli footprints 48:2.20 [NB]
   archaeological 48:3.12-13,16,77 [TL]; 44:4.6 [P]; 52:1.6 [P]
   Cambodia--Angkor 47:2.38-49
   China
      dams--sites threatened 50:1.6 [P]
      Yungang 49:5.64-65
   Egypt--Sphinx 47:5.42-43
   England--Portsmouth 47:5.20 [NB]
   Germany--WW II bunkers 45:4.24-29
   Hague Convention 52:3.16 [NB]
   Java 49:3.12-14,16 [I]
   Jordan--`Ain Ghazal 49:4.65-66 [M]
   Laos--Plain of Jars 49:6.29 [NB]
   Sicily--Agrigento 49:3.6 [P]
   United States 46:6.14-16 [TL]; 52:3.31 [NB]
   World Monuments Fund 49:3.12-14,16 [I]
Costa Rica
   museums 56:5.55 [R,M]
   smuggled artifacts 51:3.26 [NB]
Cotter, John L.
   archaeologist 2/22/99
Crete--see also Greece
   crocodile spout 9/8/99
   fakes 3/2/04
Crimea 47:6.69-75 [L]; 7-8/00
Croatia
   Illyrians 54:2.19 [NB]
   Sevso Treasure--lawsuit 46:3.24 [NB]; 47:3.42-43
   sites threatened 48:6.12-14,16 [I]
   war-damaged monuments 45:2.20-21 [NB]
   WWII remains 56:6.12 [NB]
Cruises
   brochures 52:5.84 [F]
   Bering Strait 47:4.50-53
   lecturing 53:4.52-53
   Mediterranean 45:4.59-61
   Mexico 49:4.56-58,60
   Turkey 48:4.54-63
   Vietnam 46:4.48-50
Cunliffe, Barry
   interview 55:4.20 [CV]
Cuba
   Havanna 55:2.42-47
   Taíno 51:5.20 [NB]; 52:6.21 [NB]
Cyprus
   Akrotiri Aetokremnos 46:5.40-43
   book--early history 56:5.57 [R,B]
   cat burial 57:4.14 [NB]
   Cesnola Collection 50:4.68-71 [M]; 53:4.60-63 [B]
   Hellenism 11/24/03
   fifteenth-century fresco 57:5.13 [NB]
   Kourion 53:3.80 [F]
   mosaics--Byzantine 51:2.14 [NB]; 4/20/98; 51:4.19-21 [SR]; 52:4.20 [NB]
   Tamassos--sculptures 50:3.20 [NB]
Czechoslovakia
   Palaeolithic ceramics 46:1.36-39

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Daegling, David
   paleoanthropologist 57:4.18 [CV]
Dark Ages 51:5.61-65
Dating
   carbon
      Italy 48:3.20 [NB]
      Utah 48:6.24-25 [NB]
   dendrochronology 54:2.36-41
   Java--H. erectus 47:4.14-15,67 [TL]; 50:2.15 [NB]
   Mexico--seeds 50:4.11 [NB]
   microscopy 9/29/00
   Ohio--Serpent Mound 49:6.16-17 [NB]
   optically stimulated luminescence 48:4.24 [NB]
   Texas--woman's remains 46:1.28 [NB]
   time-scale 47:2.6 [P]
Death 57:4.60 [R,B]
Delaware 9/23/98
Denmark
   medieval 51:3.66-72 [L]
   Vikings--Gorm the Old 53:6.21 [NB]
DNA--see also forensic anthropology, human remains
   books--research 55:5.68 [R,B]
   domestication 49:5.41
   Easter Island 49:6.65
   Egypt
      commoners' graves 49:5.46
      New Kingdom genealogy 49:5.45-47
   forensics 49:6.66-68
   human ancestry 54:4.20 [NB]
   Israel--Dead Sea Scrolls 48:5.15 [NB]
   Japan--Jomon 49:5.43
   migration 49:6.58-60,62-64
   Morocco--oldest human 49:3:21 [NB]
   "Out of Africa" theory 45:6.18-24 [TL]
   Texas--pictographs 47:6.22 [NB]
   Peru--tuberculosis 47:4.19 [NB]
   United States--genetic research 49:5.36-42,44
Dogs
   use in archaeology--finding remains 7/15/04
Dominican Republic--see also Columbus, Christopher
   La Aleta--Taíno town 50:4.60-61
   La Isabela--Spanish town 50:4.54-59
   San Cristobal--cave art 54:2.15 [NB]

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Easter Island
   44:1.74-79 [B]
   debunking Heyerdahl and von Däniken 44:2.54-55 [MM]
   DNA research 49:6.65
   inscriptions 49:4.18 [NB]
   moai damaged 44:2.15,71 [NB]
   moai replicas 48:1.34-43; 52:6.40-45
   movie--Rapa Nui 46:4.72 [F]
   Routledge, Katherine 56:5.50-53
Ecuador
   connection with Mexico 50:6.48-52
   Guayaquil Museum--Coaque 45:3.56-58 [L]
   replica sailing raft 55:2.48-52
   Zamora-Chinchipe--La Florida 56:5.13 [NB]
Egypt--see also mummies
   6/28/00
   Abusir
      Cleopatra text 54:1.17 [NB]
      shaft tomb 5/27/98
   Abydos
      Ahmose 54:4.52-55
      ancient town 54:4.55
      boats 54:3.44-45; 54:3.45
      funerary complex 54:4.56-60
      pathology 54:3.47
      pet cemetery 1/31/01
      ship burials 45:5.24 [NB]; 12/11/00
      early glyphs 52:2.28-29 [NB]
      tombs and temples 54:3.42-43,45-46,49; 54:3.6
      Thutmose 54:4.58-59
      Weni 54:3.47
   Alexandria
      Alexander the Great 46:4.54-55 [L]; 51:3.60-63
      dog mosaic 47:2.24 [NB]
      harbor 50:2.18 [NB]
      necropolis 9/9/99
      Pharos sculpture 49:1.22-23 [NB]
      underwater 52:2.36-43; 52:2.44-46
   alphabet 53:1.21 [NB]
   Amenhotep III 45:4.12,14-15 [M]
   Americans in 49:1.70-72,74-75 [M]
   art
      animals 48:4.67-69 [M]
      book 56:3.60 [R,B]
   Aswan--quarry 56:5.15 [NB]
   Ankh-hap--mummy 44:6.44-51
   Belzoni, Giovanni 47:1.59
   Bir Umm Fawakhir--Byzantine gold mine 46:6.19 [NB]
   Black Athena 45:5.48-52; 45:5.53-55,82,86
   books 57:5.53 [R,B]
   Breasted, James Henry--archaeologist 51:1.8 [P]
   British Museum exhibition in U.S. 1/24/02
   Bubastis--stele 57:4.12 [NB]
   Cairo
      Ben Ezra Synagogue 48:5.75-79 [B]
      historic district 55:1.64-65 [R,M]
      mummies 46:1.24-25 [NB]; 52:5.38-43
      statue 7/29/97
      tomb 57:6.11 [NB]
   Carter, Howard 45:6.77 [NB]; 47:3.72 [F]; 45:6.76-81 [B]
   Cleopatra
      exhibition 54:6.54 [R,M]
      palace 50:2.18 [NB]
      signature 54:1.17 [NB]
   Cleopatra's needles 55:6.48-54
   Coptic textiles 53:2.80 [M]
   CT scanning of mummies 54:1.21 [NB]
   Egyptologists 55:2.54-55 [R,B]
   Egyptomania 57:1.16-22
   exhibitions in America 52:6.64-70 [M]; 1/24/02; 7/1/02; 55:5.60-61 [R,M]
   Fag el Gamous--cemetery 49:5.46
   Faiyum Depression--ancient road 48:1.17 [NB]
   fake mummies 54:5.28-29
   film 53:1.82 [MM]
   frontal pharaoh depiction 57:4.12 [NB]
   Giza
      modern with ancient 56:3.40-44
      110th pyramid 55:4.9 [NB]
      pyramid builders' tombs 50:1.39-43
      pyramids 50:1.30-38; 50:6.22 [NB]; 52:5.26-33; 54:2.42-45
      Sphinx 47:5.42-43; 47:5.30-41; 47:5.44-47
   gold mines 52:3.32 [NB]
   Hawass, Zahi
      interview 7/3/02
   Hierakonpolis
      excavations 56:6.50-56
      InteractiveDig 11/02-2/03
      working-class mummies 54:5.13 [NB]
   Luxor
      Chicago House 45:3.6 [P]
      massacre 51:2.10-13 [I]
      moulid 55:4.36-39
      statue of Rameses II 51:3.17 [NB]
      Temple 48:4.20 [NB]
   magic and religion 48:2.72-75 [B]
   Mahfouz, Naguib 1/28/03
   Memphis 49:6.96 [F]
   mummification 49:6.88,90-91 [MM]; 54:1.44-50
   mummy in Maine 51:4.80 [F]
   mummy portraits 48:6.60-66 [B]
   mummy studies--interview 2/6/01
   mystical theories 44:6.84 [F]
   Napoleon in 52:3.44-53; 52:5.34-37
   Nefertiti book 9/16/04
   New Kalabsha 44:1.68-70 [T]
   New Kingdom genealogy--DNA 49:5.45-47
   Nile 50:6.96 [F]
   Nubian Desert 5/27/98
   Osiris tomb 53:5.30-33
   photography 47:4.41-45
   plague 57:4.12 [NB]
   pyramid construction 44:5.71-72 [MM]; 47:1.77,80 [MM]; 56:2.55 [R,MM]
   Rameses I 56:2.18-25; 57:3.12 [NB]
   Red Sea--shipwreck 49:2.15 [NB]
   sand 51:3.84 [F]
   Saqqara
      inscriptions 48:5.16 [NB]
      tomb complex 6/11/97
   Scorpion Tableau 55:3.54-55 [R,MM]
   Sinai 46:5.22 [NB]
   Siwa Oasis 48:3.58-60; 53:5.18 [NB]
   Schultz smuggling case 54:6.5 [P]; 1/7/02; 4/22/02; 55:3.7 [P]; 6/11/02; 5/29/03; 6/25/03
   Tel Ibrahim Awad--temple 53:2.28 [NB]
   Tell el-Dab'a--Minoan murals 46:1.20 [NB]
   Tell el-Farama 12/17/96
   Thebes
      toe prosthesis 54:2.13 [NB]
   travel information 45:4.69-79 [MM]
   Tutankhamun
      48:1.86-90 [MM]
      clothing 48:6.22-23 [NB]
      curse 45:4.64-65 [MM]; 2/12/01
   television specials 52:3.79-82 [MM]; 2/12/01; 56:2.55 [R,MM]
   underwater 6/21/00
   Valley of the Kings
      KV55 sarcophagus 53:5.14 [NB]; 55:2.22-27; 55:2.26-29
      largest rock-cut tomb 48:4.18-19 [NB]
      Nile flooding 48:3.22 [NB]
      undecorated tombs 47:1.52-59
      website 55:6.58-59 [R,MM]
   vase--Harrogate 57:6.13 [NB]
   wine 51:4.28-34
   West, John Anthony 47:3.65-66 [MM]
   Wadi Sikait 55:3.36-41
El Salvador
   Cerén 47:4.30-33; 51:1.12-16
England
   aerial photography 44:6.32-39
   Arthurian legend 50:1.48
   Amesbury--archer 6/18/02
   Avebury 53:1.20 [NB]
   Bantham--trade 54:6.12 [NB]
   Bath 1/28/00
   battlefields 54:7.60 [R,MM]
   BBC 45:3.72 [F]
   Bradford-on-Avon--Roman villas 55:6.12 [NB]
   Bronze Age
      Dover 48:5.16 [NB]
      Flag Fen 48:2.24,26; 45:4.38-43; 53:2.24 [NB]
   Cambridge--Illicit Antiquities Research Centre 51:1.19 [NB]
   Carlisle--Roman armor 54:4.17 [NB]
   Celts
      burials 46:4.22 [NB]; 54:4.14 [NB]
      sacrifice 55:4.62 [R,B]
   chariot burial--Iron Age 57:2.10-11 [SR]
   Colchester (Camulodunum) 54:2.16 [NB]; 55:4.46-49
   Creswell Crags--cave art 56:5.10 [NB]
   Durham--castle 54:3.25 [NB]
   Elizabethan gold swindle 57:5.11 [NB]
   Gloucester--cannibalism 54:3.20 [NB]
   Hadrian's Wall
      forts 57:1.10 [NB]
      Roman armor 54:4.17 [NB]
   Harrogate vase 57:6.13 [NB]
   Hayling Island--old ship 50:4.13 [NB]
   helmet--Anglo-Saxon 50:6.18 [NB]
   horses 56:4.54 [R,M]
   Henry VII 50:4.20-24 [I]
   Icklingham bronzes 46:3.25-26 [NB]; 44:6.20-21 [NB]
   Isle of Wight 57:1.10 [NB]
   Lindow Man 44:5.84 [NB]
   Liverpool 56:6.64-67 [L]
   London
      antiquities exhibit 47:3.17 [NB]
      Old St. Paul's Cathedral 50:2.14 [NB]
      phallic cup 3/29/01
      Roman amphitheater 47:6.27 [NB]
      Rose Theater 55:1.16-17 [NB]
      Sotheby's 50:5.30 [NB]
      staked skeleton 45:1.28 [NB]
   March Church 45:1.14-18 [TL]
   medieval breastfeeding 56:6.16 [NB]
   metal detecting 55:4.64-67 [L]
   National Trust 9/30/97
   Norfolk--mammoth site 55:5.20 [NB]
   oldest hearth 50:6.19 [NB]
   Oxford
      48:3.24 [NB]
      castle moat 57:2.12 [NB]
   Portsmouth--Mary Rose--conservation 47:5.20 [NB]
   Shakespeare
      childhood home 54:2.18 [NB]
      theaters 49:6.76-79 [B]; 55:1.16-17 [NB]
   Shetland Island--Iron Age village 53:4.21 [NB]
   ship, protected--John Paul Jones 55:5.17 [NB]
   Sleaford--Iron Age mint 46:6.22 [NB]
   Snettisham treasure--Treasure Trove laws 46:2.40-43
   Somerset--Roman coins 55:4.9 [NB]
   Southhampton--Egyptian statue 53:3.13 [NB]
   Spitalfields--Roman sarcophagus 52:3.15 [NB]
   Stanton Drew 51:1.19 [NB]
   Stonehenge 50:4.12 [NB]; 52:5.15 [NB]; 7/27/00; 53:5.15 [NB]; 55:2.11 [NB]; 56:5.36-41
   Suffolk--Roman coins 47:1.22 [NB]
   Sutton Hoo
      film of excavation 54:4.16 [NB]
      museum 55:4.61 [R,MM]
   Tintagel 9/23/98; 51:6.96 [F]
   treasure troves 57:2.58-59 [R,M]
   Uffington--White Horse 48:4.24 [NB]; 54:5.40-43; 55:6.16 [NB]
   UNESCO 54:3.22 [NB]
   Victorian age 53:3.72 [MM]
   Vindolanda
      army letters 45:1.60-65 [L]
      diary 47:6.24 [NB]
      water main 57:3.13 [NB]
      wooden tablets 50:3.14-18 [I]
   War of the Roses 54:4.68-70 [B]
   witchcraft bottle 53:6.24 [NB]
   WW II 53:3.42-49
Erim, Kenan
   archaeologist 44:2.6 [P]
Eskimos
   Greenland--repatriation 47:3.18 [NB]
Ethiopia--see also Africa, hominids
   Afar--stone tools 50:2.13 [NB]
   Hadar
      A. afarensis skull 47:4.16 [NB]
      Homo skull 50:1.26 [NB]
   Maka--A. afarensis jaw 47:3.14 [NB]
   Middle Awash 48:2.13 [NB]; 54:5.16 [NB]
Eubanks, Thomas Hales
   Louisiana state archaeologist 11/4/04
Europe--see also individual countries
   alchemy 57:6.26-31
   bog bodies 50:4.62-67 [B]; 12/10/97
   Celts 45:3.62-64 [B]; 49:3.60-70 [B]
   geology 47:5.79,82-83 [MM]
   Iron Age 47:3.44-48 [L]
   Neandertals 49:1.36-44
   Neolithic portal dolmens 4/7/97
   prehistory 47:5.83 [MM]; 55:4.20 [CV]
Evolution--see also Africa, hominids, human remains
   50 years 52:4.22-25
   bipedalism 57:1.55 [R,B]; 57:6.14 [NB]
   cooking/sex 52:3.20 [NB]
   earliest ancestor? 54:5.16 [NB]
   fire 57:4.17 [NB]
   Flores Man 10/28/04
   Lucy 57:6.16 [CV]
   millennium man 55:3.58 [R,MM]
   new fossils 52:4.26-31,33-35
   nuts 55:3.12 [NB]
   personal adornment and diet 55:3.12 [NB]
   symbolic thinking 57:5.13 [NB]
   tv shows 53:6.88-89 [MM]; 57:6.54 [R,MM]
   websites 54:6.55 [R]
Exploration
   Florida--colonization 49:1.68-69
   North America--fantasy theories 46:2.44-51
   of the Americas
      Lewis and Clark 51:1.20-21 [NB]; 52:6.24-26 [AS]
      Portuguese and Spanish 44:1.52-54

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Fashion
   bog bodies 12/10/97
   classical 56:4.58-59 [R,M]
   Minoan 53:3:36-41
Fishing
   Maine--7000-1000 B.C. 46:4.21 [NB]
Fleming, Stuart
   applied science 57:5.30-35
Flinders Petrie, Sir William 49:4.73-74 [MM]
Florida--see also missions, Native American, settlements
   Aucilla River--Paleoindians 50:2.17 [NB]
   Calusa Indians 44:1.23 [NB]; 46:3.24 [NB]; 50:4.75 [MM]; 57:5.46-50
   colonization 49:1.68-69
   education--prehistory 54:4.22-23 [AS]
   Emanuel Point Ship 51:1.42-46
   Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary 45:6.26-27 [NB]; 50:6.22 [NB]
   Franciscan missions 49:1.60-67
   Guale--Spanish missions 45:2.43-46
   Jacksonville--Civil War ship--Maple Leaf 47:5.48-50
   Miami--Precolumbian site 52:2.30 [NB]; 52:5.22-25 [AS]; 9/28/99; 11/23/99; 12/1/99; 54:5.18 [NB]; 55:2.11 [NB]
   Moore, Clarence Bloomfield 53:4.56-58 [L]
   St. Augustine
      Fort Mose 49:5.54-58
      motel dig 55:1.50-53
   shell mounds 57:5.46-50
   Timucua--missions 45:2.38-42
Food--see also agriculture
   African-American 54:6.48-52
   ancient recipes 57:6.34-39; 10/19/04
   chocolate 55:3.54-55 [R,M]
   cooking and evolution 52:3.20 [NB]
   Paleolithic gathering 57:5.12 [NB]
   turkey 57:6.4 [P]
Forensic anthropology--see also burials, DNA, human remains
   DNA research 49:6.66-68
   Gerasimov--facial reconstruction 56:4.48-53
   murder 49:4.80 [F]
   Vienna--Mozart's skull 44:2.38-41
Fortifications
   England--Vindolanda--Roman 50:3.14-18 [I]
   New York--Fort William Henry--French and Indian War 46:6.42-46
   Virginia--Jamestown--James Fort 49:6.18-19 [NB]
France
   Alsace--Neolithic 50:5.19 [NB]
   animal domestication 46:5.14,16-17
   Arcy-sur-Cure
      Neandertals 49:5.22 [NB]
      paintings 53:3.17 [NB]
   Boussac 48:6.26 [NB]
   Brivet River--canoes 49:4.16 [NB]
   Cathars--Crusades 52:2.12-18 [I]
   Chauvet Cave
      48:4.28-39; 49:4.69-72 [B]; 9/10/98; 51:6.28 [NB]
   book 57:1.61 [R,B]
      human footprints 55:2.18 [NB]
      legal disputes 50:2.16 [NB]; 54:4.18 [NB]
      rock art 48:5.20 [NB]
   Cosquer Cave 46:3.37; 46:3.38-43; 48:4.28-39; 49:4.69-72[B]; 51:2.16 [NB]
   Cussac Cave 54:5.12 [NB]; 7/4/01
   Gallic rituals 54:2.54-57
   Glanum--Romano-Gallo town 51:6.12-17 [I]; 55:5.15 [NB]
   Lascaux 45:4.69 [MM]
   Louis' heart 6/15/04
   Île Seguin 53:4.80 [F]
   Marseilles--ancient ships 47:3.15 [NB]
   Neolithic 4/28/99
   Normandy--cannon 47:6.19 [NB]
   Paris
      ancient 54:3.67-68 [M]
      Celtic chariots 52:6.12 [NB]
      medieval 53:2.52-57
   Pech Merle--Palaeolithic 44:6.24-31
   Picardie region--Celtic burial 56:3.8 [NB]
   Poitiers--Roman sarcophagus 51:4.22-23 [NB]
   Pont du Gard 1/11/00
   Revolution--Prince Louis 53:2.23 [NB]; 4/19/00
   St. Malo--pirates 57:5.56 [R,MM]
   Troubat Cave--Ice Age paint 11/23/99
   Toulon--shipwreck 53:3.12-13 [NB]
   Vallon-Pont-d'Arc--Palaeolithic 48:2.12-13 [NB]

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