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Index of Reviews Volume 59 Number 5, September/October 2006

Maya Sculpture Museum Reopens
Visitors are once again passing through the stylized snake's mouth framing the entrance to the Copán Sculpture Museum.

The Art of Being "Civilised"
The British Broadcasting Corporation is offering a remastered DVD set of the Sir Kenneth Clark series Civilisation.

Touring the Past
From Stonehenge to Samarkand: An Anthology of Archaeological Travel Writing is the latest book by Brian Fagan.

Fragments of Egyptian History
The online exhibit of the Oxyrhynchus Papyrus Imaging Project takes viewers on a virtual tour of a pile of ancient Egyptian garbage.

To celebrate the return of Tut, Marilyn Miglin has released a special-edition set of the single-scent notes that comprise the heart of "Pheromone."

Jesus & Judaism
The exhibit Cradle of Christianity uses artifacts to show that Jesus's ministry remained closely identified with Judaism.

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