Expedition Volume 47, Number 3 Winter 2005

Expedition Volume 47, Number 3 Winter 2005Special Issue: Caves
Cover: Photo by Graeme Barker. The Neolithic cemetery is located in the West Mouth of Niah Great Cave, behind the fencing on the right.

Features
Caves as Sacred Places on the Tibetan Plateau
Mark Aldenderfer

Burial Rituals of Prehistoric Forager-Farmers in Borneo--The Neolithic Cemeteries of Niah Cave, Sarawak
Graeme Barker

What Did Ice Age People Do in the Deep Caves?
Jean Clottes

Archaeological Caving in Croatia--The Illyrian Rituals of Nakovana Cave
Timothy Kaiser and Staso Forenbaher

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Expedition Volume 48, Number 3 Winter 2006

Expedition Volume 48, Number 3 Winter 2006Cover: Photo by Abdul Nasir Khan. Ladakhi roads, now paved for vehicles, often follow the same difficult routes traders once traveled from region to region. Inset, in a small town near Kargil, curious children listen to an elder explain his role in Ladakhi trade. Photo by Jacqueline H. Fewkes.

Features
A Consuming Tradition--Kava Drinking in Fiji
Matt Tomlinson

Trade at the Crossroads of Continents--Northern India's Ladakh Region
Jacqueline H. Fewkes

Albert A. Giesecke (1883-1968)--A Philadelphian in the Land of the Incas
Daniel W. Gade

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Expedition Volume 49, Number 3 Winter 2007

Expedition Volume 49, Number 3 Winter 2007Special Feature: Native America
Cover: Isabel Gonzales's great niece and nephew dance the "Buffalo" at the annual Red Rocks Arts and Crafts Fair at Jeméz Monument, 2004. This event was photographed by Isabel's family and printed with permission from Isabel Gonzales and her family.

Features
From Phrygian Capital to Rural Fort--New Evidence for the Roman Military at Gordion, Turkey
Andrew L. Goldman

Adventures in Experimental Smelting--Iron the Old-fashioned Way
Elizabeth G. Hamilton

Special Feature
WaHa-belash adi Kwan tsáawä / Butterflies and Blue Rain--The Language of Contemporary Eastern Pueblo Embroidery
Lucy Fowler Williams, Isabel C. Gonzales, and Shawn Tafoya

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Expedition Volume 50, Number 1 Spring 2008

Expedition Volume 50, Number 1 Spring 2008Cover: Photo by David R. Starbuck. This cannon barrage by British re-enactors generated enough smoke to blot out the sky during the re-enactment of the "Massacre" at Fort William Henry on 16 September 2007.

Features
'Taking in the Waters' at LaDuke Hot Springs Resort--Early 20th Century Medical Tourism in Montana
Benjamin W. Porter and Athna May Porter

The "Massacre" at Fort William Henry--History, Archaeology, and Re-Enactment
David R. Starbuck

Cuba in the Shadow of Change--Daily Life in the Twilight of the Revolution
Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb

Departments
From the Editor

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Expedition Volume 50, Number 2 Summer 2008

Expedition Volume 50, Number 2 Summer 2008Cover: Photo by David P. Silverman. From the sarcophagus chamber of Ramesses VI, the "Book of the Day"--with the "Book of the Night" visible just above--represents the sky as the body of the goddess Nut, who gives birth to the sun in the form of a winged scarab in the morning.

Features
Veni, Vidi, Vici--Taking a Chance on Chance
Louise Krasniewicz

The Rebirth of the Sun--Mortuary Art and Architecture in the Royal Tombs of New Kingdom Egypt
Joshua Roberson

A Morality Tale--Children and the Social Processes of Human Rights in The Gambia
Niklas Hultin

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Expedition Volume 50, Number 3 Winter 2008

Expedition Volume 50, Number 3 Winter 2008Special Issue: 50th Anniversary
Cover: Members of the Abydos Survey for Paleolithic Sites set off into the Egyptian desert. Photo by ASPS.

Features
Prehistoric Abydos--Africa's Gateway to the World
Harold Dibble, Shannon P. McPherron, Deborah I. Olszewski, Jennifer R. Smith, Utsav Schurmans, and Laurant Chiotti

From Clay to Computers--The Genesis of the Electronic Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary
Stephen J. Tinney

The Samuel George Morton Cranial Collection--Historical Significance and New Research
Emily S. Renschler and Janet Monge

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