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Does Greece Need the Olympics?Yes--and a tour of Athens will
show you why.
by Jarrett A. Lobell
The War Within the WarIn southern Iraq specialized troops
pursue armed looters
by Micah Garen
Guns of Sandy HookHow America caught up with world powers on the Jersey shore
by Helen Chernikoff
Elusive Libraries of TimbuktuScholars seek West Africa's medieval past in the city's little-known manuscripts
by Alex Ulam
Decoding the MegalithsA young scholar searches for the
meaning of Malta's ancient temples
by Mark Rose
Flashpoint AyodhyaDid Hindu hard-liners recruit
archaeologists to rewrite history?
by Kristin M. Romey
In This IssuePride and Prejudiceby Peter A. Young
From the PresidentThe Silver ScreenWhat to believe, what not to believe
by Jane C. Waldbaum
Bigfoot Exposed! David Daegling specializes in early hominids, but he has also turned his scientist's eye on Bigfoot.
Letter from ColoradoAnasazi in the BackyardControversy dogs America's first archaeological subdivision.
by Andrew Curry
May/June 2004 | September/October 2004