Expedition Volume 41, Number 1 Spring 1999

Expedition Volume 41, Number 1 Spring 1999Cover: UM Neg. G11-30837, Attributed to William Witte. View of the Museum in 1899, taken from the grounds of the first Franklin Field Stadium.

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Features
Vengeful Spirits and Guardian Deities--Myth and Sculpture in the Eastern Solomon Islands
William H. Davenport

Hidden Treasures from the Vault--Engraved Gems from the Maxwell Sommerville Collection
Dietrich Berges

Architectural Archaeology--A Centennial View of the Museum Buildings
Douglas M. Haller

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Expedition Volume 41, Number 2 Summer 1999

Expedition Volume 41, Number 2 Summer 1999Special Issue: Searching for Early Kings at Copan
Cover: Photo by Bunny Coates. The Yehnal Mask beneath the Acropolis at Copan, Honduras. The polychrome painted stucco mask located on the western facade of the Yehnal Platform shows a k'inich (sun) figure.

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Features
Archaeology and History in the Royal Acropolis, Copan, Honduras
Robert J. Sharer

Tunneling into the Heart of the Copan Acropolis
David W. Sedat and Fernadno Lopez

Dynasty Founder Yax K'uk' Mo' According to the Inscriptions
John F. Harris

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Expedition Volume 41, Number 3 Winter 1999

Expedition Volume 41, Number 3 Winter 1999Cover: Photo by Joyce White. Lake Kumphawapi in northeast Thailand. Core samples taken from the lake provide clues to changes in the ancient environment.

Features
Terfo--Survival of a Weaving Tradition in New Guinea
Michael C. Howard and Naffi Sanggenafa

Mastodons, Mound Builders, and Montroville Wilson Dickeson--Pioneering American Archaeologist
Richard Veit

Pollen Grains in Sands of Time--Lake Sediments Contribute to the Archaeology of Thailand
Dan Penny

On the Track of the Ancient Silk Road
Fredrik T. Hiebert

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Expedition Volume 42, Number 1 Spring 2000

Expedition Volume 42, Number 1 Spring 2000Cover: Photo by Naomi F. Miller. At the site of Gordion in Turkey, the Midas Mound dominates the landscape.

Features
Living on the Mesa--Hanat Kotyiti, A Post-Revolt Cochiti Community in Northern New Mexico
Robert W. Preucel

Gordion
Keith DeVries

The Funerary Banquet of "King Midas"
Patrick E. McGovern

Plants in the Service of Archaeological Preservation
Naomi F. Miller

Discovery of a New Temple on the Indus
Michael W. Meister, with Abdur Rehman and Farid Khan

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Expedition Volume 42, Number 2 Summer 2000

Expedition Volume 42, Number 2 Summer 2000Cover: Photo by Josef Wegner. Red-quartzite figure of pharoah Senwosret III from his mortuary temple at South Abydos.

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Features
A Hundred Years at South Abydos--Reconstructing the Temple of Pharoal Senwosret III
Josef Wegner

A Masterpiece in Clay--A Han House Model Reflects Traditional Chinese Life
Jennifer Lane White

Paradise Found--Petra's Urban Oasis
Leigh-Ann Bedal

Mapping Petra
Paul Zimmerman

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Expedition Volume 42, Number 3 Winter 2000

Expedition Volume 42, Number 3 Winter 2000Cover: Photo by Francine Sarin, UPM 29-225-37. A Kalighat painting of the goddess Chandi with elephant.

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Features
American Collections Inspire Native Artists and Indian Communities
Lucy Williams and Melissa Wagner

Kalighat Paintings from Nineteenth Century Calcutta in Maxwell Sommerville's "Ethnological East Indian Collection"
Pika Ghosh

The Margarita Tomb at Copan, Honduras--A Research Update
Ellen E. Bell, Robert J. Sharer, David W. Sedat, Marcello A. Canuto, and Lynn A. Grant

"The Real Me"--Therapeutic Narrative in Cosmetic Surgery
Rebecca Huss-Ashmore

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Expedition Volume 43, Number 1 Spring 2001

Expedition Volume 43, Number 1 Spring 2001Special Issue: Eurasian and Black Sea Archaeology
Cover: Photo by Fredrik T. Hiebert. Outer harbor at Sinop, Turkey, on the Black Sea.

Features
Eurasian Archaeology
Fredrik T. Hiebert

Black Sea Coastal Cultures--Trade and Interaction
Fredrik T. Hiebert

Early Herders of the Eurasian Steppe
Natalia Shishlina

Forest Hunters of Eurasia
Alexander Emel'yanov

Mancala--Games that Count
Alex de Voogt

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Expedition Volume 43, Number 2 Summer 2001

Expedition Volume 43, Number 2 Summer 2001Cover: Photo by Clark L. Erickson. Excavation of a road platform (center) and canal (lower center) in Baures, Bolivia.

Features
A Roman Town Cemetery at Gordion, Turkey
Andrew L. Goldman

Pre-Columbian Roads of the Amazon
Clark L. Erickson

Middle Egypt in Prehistory--A Search for the Origins of Modern Human Behavior and Human Dispersal
Deborah I. Olszewski, Shannon P. McPherron, Harold L. Dibble, and Marie Soressi

Decorated Canoe Prow-boards from the Trobriand Islands
Adria H. Katz

The Case of the Wayward Oracle Bone
Victor H. Mair

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Expedition Volume 43, Number 3 Winter 2001

Expedition Volume 43, Number 3 Spring 2001Cover: Photo by Ayse Gursan-Salzmann. Nazire Celtek, wife of a well-to-do full-time shepherd in her "milk room" at the summer grazing area, boiling morning milk for daily cheese and butter production.

Features
Work Parties and Raised Field Groups in the Bolivian Amazon
John H. Walker

The Women of Yassihoyuk, Turkey--Changing Roles in a New Economy
Ayse Gursan-Salzmann

Moving the Museum's Ethnographic Collections--A Conservation Approach
Leslie Guy

Palmyrene Funerary Sculptures at Penn
Michael Danti

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Expedition Volume 44, Number 1 Spring 2002

Expedition Volume 44, Number 1 Spring 2002Cover: UPM Photo 32-36-14. H. 47 cm. Potnia Theron, Mistress of Animals.

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Features
The World of the Latter-day Saints--A Life Plan Model
Melvyn Hammerberg

An Ice Age Oasis in Jordan--Pleistocene Hunter-Gatherers in the Wadi al-Hasa Region
Deborah I. Olszewski and Nancy R. Coinman

A Story Told in Pieces--Architectural Terracottas from Minturnae
Valentina Livi

Excavating an Enigma--The Latest Discoveries from Tell es-Sweyhat
Michael D. Danti and Richard L. Zettler

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Expedition Volume 44, Number 2 Summer 2002

Expedition Volume 44, Number 2 Summer 2002Cover: Photo by Walwin Barr, Tikal Project Neg. 57-8-71. Temple 1 as it looked after preliminary clearing in 1957.

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Features
Village Air for Urban Elites--Heritage Cafe Complexes in Jordan
Sharon Nagy and Nabil Abu-Dayyeh

Restoration & Renewal--Museum Readies Mediterranean Section Galleries for the 21st Century
Charles A. Evers and Ann Blair Brownlee

Recovering the Lost Art of Phrygian Roof Tiling--Practical and Aesthetic Elements Converge in Clay, Reflecting Greek Artistic Temperament
Matt Glendinning

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Expedition Volume 44, Number 3 Winter 2002

Expedition Volume 44, Number 3 Winter 2002Cover: Photo by Y. Kobylecky and R. Fletcher, Abydos Middle Cemetery Project. View into grave chamber, Nekhty/Idi. The limestone sarcophagus dominates the small chamber; Nekhty's name and titles are visible on its northern end.

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Features
Through Assyria's Eyes--Israel's Relationship with Judah
Tammi J. Schneider

Time and Memory in Ancient Egyptian Cemeteries--The Dynamic History of Ancient Sites
Janet Richards

By Yon Bonnie Banks--An Archaeological Search for Clan MacFarlane
David R. Starbuck

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Expedition Volume 45, Number 2 Summer 2003

Expedition Volume 45, Number 2 Summer 2003Special Issue: Food & Culture
Cover: Photo by Birch Miles. Two Afghan refugee boys from Badakhshan run this little dukkan. They sell oragnes, fava beans, and peanuts in Chitral's bazaar in Pakistan's western Himalayas. Photographed in March 1987, the boys were refugees from the Soviet-Afghan War.

Features
Uncommonly Good Food Among Commoners--Growing and Consuming Food in Ancient Ceren
Payson Sheets

Food from Here--Struggles and Triumphs at the Farmer's Diner in Vermont
Amy B. Trubek

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Expedition Volume 47, Number 2 Summer 2005

Expedition Volume 47, Number 2 Summer 2005Cover: Photo by Case & Draper, courtesy of the Alaska State Library, Case & Draper Photograph Collection, PCA 39-401. Gaanaxteidi guests from Klukwan, 23 December 1904.

Features
The Centennial Potlatch
Robert W. Preucel and Lucy F. Williams

Reed Boats and Experimental Archaeology on Lake Titicaca
Alexei Vranich, Paul Harmon, and Chris Knutson

In the Valley of the Eagle--Zhang-Zhung, Kyunglung, and the Pre-Buddhist Sites of Far Western Tibet
Mark Aldenderfer and Holley Moyes

Departments
From the Editor

Read more: Expedition Volume 47, Number 2 Summer 2005

 
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