Expedition Volume 7, Number 1 Fall 1964

Expedition Volume 7, Number 1 Fall 1964Cover: A doorway carving from a ceremonial house on New Caledonia, South Pacific-Ocean. UM # P-3151a, natural wood finish, red paint applied in grooves of the geometric design, H. 54 inches.

Features
Sculpture from La Grande Terre
William Davenport

The Debert Site--Early Man in the Northeast
Robert Stuckenrath, Jr.

Read more: Expedition Volume 7, Number 1 Fall 1964

 

Expedition Volume 7, Number 3 Spring 1965

Expedition Volume 7, Number 3 Spring 1965Cover: Drawing of the eighth century Phrygian mosaic at Gordion.

Features
Early Mosaics at Gordion
Rodney S. Young

Prehistoric Settlement at Tikal, Guatemala
William A. Haviland

The Chultuns of Tikal
Dennis E. Puleston

Read more: Expedition Volume 7, Number 3 Spring 1965

 

Expedition Volume 8, Number 1 Fall 1965

Expedition Volume 8, Number 1 Fall 1965Special Issue: Tikal

Cover: Rubbing of carved design on a large vessel found in a Late Classic burial.

Features
Tikal--1965
Alfred Kidder II

Tikal--Ten Years of Study of a Maya Ruin in the Lowlands of Guatemala
William R. Coe

Read more: Expedition Volume 8, Number 1 Fall 1965

 

Expedition Volume 8, Number 4 Summer 1966

expedition8.4Cover: Gold jewelry in a recently purchased Early Bronze Age collection.

Features
Pithekoussai--Oldest Greek Colony in the West
Giorgio Buchner

The Wind God's Breastplate
Stephan F. deBorhegyi

Read more: Expedition Volume 8, Number 4 Summer 1966

 

Expedition Volume 9, Number 1 Fall 1966

Expedition Volume 9, Number 1 Fall 1966Cover: Pictures taken by Ann Chowning in 1962 at Galilo, New Britain. Above, food, mostly sweet potatoes and bushfowl eggs, wrapped in leaves, is distributed at a traditional feast by the men of the sponsoring hamlet, while the Big Men of other hamlets wait for their share. Below, a masked figure chasing terrified children, who flee for protection to Duako, who cannot be beaten because he is a man and also because he is carrying his baby.

Read more: Expedition Volume 9, Number 1 Fall 1966

 

Expedition Volume 9, Number 2 Winter 1967

Expedition Volume 9, Number 2 Winter 1967Cover: Fresh from a swim in the river, these three Cashinahua boys paused in their pursuit of mischief long enough for Dr. Walker to catch them with his "spirit snatcher."

Features
Change and the Cashinahua
Kenneth M. Kensinger

Physical Anthropology of the Cashinahua
Francis E. Johnston, Richard L. Jantz, and Geoffrey F. Walker

Read more: Expedition Volume 9, Number 2 Winter 1967

 

Expedition Volume 9, Number 3 Spring 1967

Expedition Volume 9, Number 3 Spring 1967Cover: The Theater at Leptis Magna, Libya

Features
The Archaeology Explosion
Froelich Rainey

Yengema Cave
Carleton S. Coon

Alaskan Survey
Herbert L. Alexander

Read more: Expedition Volume 9, Number 3 Spring 1967

 

Expedition Volume 10, Number 2 Winter 1968

Expedition Volume 10, Number 2 Winter 1968Cover: Carved fishing floats for catching flying fish. Only those sets of floats kept in the sacred canoe houses are carved with decorative flags. Those for household use are plain. Carver: Tasi of Gupuna Village, Santa Ana Island.

Features
Sculpture of the Eastern Solomons
William H. Davenport

An Eighth Century Traveller
James B. Pritchard

Read more: Expedition Volume 10, Number 2 Winter 1968

 

Expedition Volume 10, Number 3 Spring 1968

expedition10.3Cover: Sand removed from trench beside Roman wreck, using an aluminum air lift, ten inches in diameter, placed on inverted monorails. An extra air tank is attached to the air lift for emergency use.

Features
The Turkish Aegean--Proving Ground for Underwater Archaeology
George F. Bass

The Search Below
Michael Katzev and Susan Womer Katzev

Read more: Expedition Volume 10, Number 3 Spring 1968

 

Expedition Volume 10, Number 4 Summer 1968

Expedition Volume 10, Number 4 Summer 1968Cover: Kofyar men are preparing to thatch a characteristic woman's house (meleng) in Bong Village. The head of the woman occupant is seen emerging from the flask-shaped opening in the domed roof.

Features
The Restoration of a Bronze Plaque from Benin
Leslie R. Langton

Two Peruvian Frogs
Alfred Kidder II

Read more: Expedition Volume 10, Number 4 Summer 1968

 
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