Expedition Volume 1, Number 2 Winter 1959

Expedition Volume 1, Number 2 Winter 1959Cover: "The Landing at Middlesburgh [Eua], one of the Friendly Isles [Tonga]" from James Cook, A Voyage Towards the South Pole, and Round the World ... in the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, 1775. London. 1777.

Features
The Vanishing Art of the Artic
Froelich Rainey

Once and Again
David Crownover

An Iranian Drinking Vessel
Robert H. Dyson, Jr.

Te-moana-nui-o-Kiwa: The Second in a Series of Articles about the Finding and Naming of Some of the Islands in the Pacific--The Maori Great Sea of Kiwa
Marianne L. Stoller

Read more: Expedition Volume 1, Number 2 Winter 1959

 

Expedition Volume 1, Number 3 Spring 1959

Expedition Volume 1, Number 3 Spring 1959Cover: View along balk separating excavated areas at Hasanlu, Azerbaijan, Iran. Doorways to the right belong to the Burned Building of the ninth century BC excavated by a Joint Expedition of the University Museum and the Iranian Archaeological Service.

Features
A Sumerian Document with Microscopic Cuneiform
Samuel Noah Kramer

Digging in Iran--Hasanlu, 1958
Robert H. Dyson, Jr.

The Hasanlu Bowl
Edith Porada

Read more: Expedition Volume 1, Number 3 Spring 1959

 

Expedition Volume 1, Number 4 Summer 1959

Expedition Volume 1, Number 4 Summer 1959Cover: Bronze head of an Oba from Benin.
Hard copies of this issue are sold out.

Features
The Art of Benin
Margaret Plass

Tikal 1959
William R. Coe

"The Head"--A Neurosurgeon's Analysis of a Great Stone Portrait
Temple Fay, Jack L. Benson, L. Arnold Post, and Reuben Goldberg

Ancient and Primitive Art in Philadelphia Collections
David Crownover

Read more: Expedition Volume 1, Number 4 Summer 1959

 

Expedition Volume 2, Number 1 Fall 1959

Expedition Volume 2, Number 1 Fall 1959Cover: Tiwi Burial Poles. Cover design by James House, Jr.

Features
The Tiwi Dance for the Dead
Jane C. Goodale

Tiwi Burial Poles as Sculpture
James House, Jr.

The Wine Industry at Gibeon--1959 Discoveries
James B. Pritchard

A Mochica Deity
Alfred Kidder II

Read more: Expedition Volume 2, Number 1 Fall 1959

 

Expedition Volume 2, Number 2 Winter 1960

Expedition Volume 2, Number 2 Winter 196Cover: Drawing by Norman J. Johnston. Part of a decorative carved band on a cylindrical tripod vessel found in a grave in Tikal, Guatemala, by the University Museum's expedition during the 1959 field season. The band depicts two priests receiving a file of warriors who carry throwing sticks and spears. The vessel is believed to have been made at Teotihuacan in the Valley of Mexico, a thousand miles northwest of Tikal.

Features
Gordion--Phrygian Construction and Architecture
Rodney S. Young

Louis Shotridge
J. Alden Mason

Wanted--More and Better Archaeologists
A. V. Kidder

Read more: Expedition Volume 2, Number 2 Winter 1960

 

Expedition Volume 2, Number 3 Spring 1960

Expedition Volume 2, Number 3 Spring 1960Cover: An Assyrian attack on a northwestern Iranian town shown on a relief from the Palace of Sargon II at Khorsabad.

Features
The Death of a City
Robert H. Dyson, Jr.

A Korean Potter's Masterpiece
Jean Gordon Lee

The Changing Face of Archaeology
Froelich Rainey

The Embattled Driver in Ancient Rome
Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr.

Read more: Expedition Volume 2, Number 3 Spring 1960

 

Expedition Volume 2, Number 4 Summer 1960

Expedition Volume 2, Number 4 Summer 1960Cover: A Tiwi child and her father. Tiwi children are characteristically carried in this fashion, leaving the bearer's hands free. The father is painted and wears a feather ball as a sign of mourning.

Features
Sketches of Tiwi Children
Jane C. Goodale

The "Old Fort" at Lahore--Restoration of a Moghul Fortress in West Pakistan
George F. Dales, Jr.

Electronics and Archaeology
Matthew W. Stirling, Froelich Rainey, and Matthew W. Stirling, Jr.

Read more: Expedition Volume 2, Number 4 Summer 1960

 

Expedition Volume 3, Number 1 Fall 1960

Expedition Volume 3, Number 1 Fall 19601Cover: Bull's head of gold and lapis lazuli and inlaid plaque from the sound box of a lyre, and gold vessels and weapons--all found during the excavation of the Royal Cemetery at Ur by Sir Leonard Woolley.

Features
Finding a Phoenician Colony--Part 1: The Search
Brandon Barringer

Finding a Phoenician Colony--Part 2: The Discovery
Theresa Howard Carter

A Pair of Twins
David Crownover

Read more: Expedition Volume 3, Number 1 Fall 1960

 

Expedition Volume 3, Number 2 Winter 1961

Expedition Volume 3, Number 2 Winter 1961Cover: Drawing with a pencil on frosted plastic, Claude Duthuit plots the position of some of the small objects on the wreck of a Bronze Age ship preparatory to removing them for study. This was one of the methods of land archaeology adapted in this first season to under-sea investigation.

Features
A Bronze Age Shipwreck
George F. Bass

Footnote on Griffins
Rodney S. Young

The Ruins of Rome
Robert C. Smith

Read more: Expedition Volume 3, Number 2 Winter 1961

 

Expedition Volume 3, Number 4 Summer 1961

Expedition Volume 3, Number 4 Summer 1961Cover: El Jib, Jordan, the site of the Biblical Gibeon, from Nebi Samwil as it appeared in an engraving of about two centuries ago.

Features
The Bible Reports on Gibeon
James B. Pritchard

A Sculpture from Mexico
William R. Coe

A Visit to a Chittagong Hill Tribe
Robert H. Dyson, Jr.

Read more: Expedition Volume 3, Number 4 Summer 1961

 

Expedition Volume 3, Number 3 Spring 1961

Expedition Volume 3, Number 3 Spring 1961Cover: An Egyptian figure from one of the columns of the Palace of Merenptah at Memphis faces a late Pre-Conquest Mexican warrior. Together they symbolize the arcaheological work in the Old and the New World for which the Museum is famous.

Features
Boys of the Yellow Robe
Robbins Burling

"Timber-Graves" in Southern Russia--A Pre-Scythian Culture
Marija Gimbutas

Read more: Expedition Volume 3, Number 3 Spring 1961

 

Expedition Volume 4, Number 1 Fall 1961

Expedition Volume 4, Number 1 Fall 1961Cover: Tripod pottery vessel of incised thin black ware from the painted tomb at Tikal. A long-legged bird stands on the lid.

Features
The Painted Tomb at Tikal--An Important Discovery by the Museum's Expedition in Guatemala
Edwin M. Shook and Alfred Kidder II

The Men Behind the Lore
MacEdward Leach

A Fiji-Iroquois War Club--An Unusual Case of Diffusion
Lee A. Parsons

Read more: Expedition Volume 4, Number 1 Fall 1961

 

Expedition Volume 4, Number 3 Spring 1962

Expedition Volume 4, Number 3 Spring 1962Cover: On the maps of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres are noted the names of those countries where the University Museum has done field work during the past seventy-five years.

Features
A "Miniature Stela" from Tikal
William A. Haviland, Jr.

New Archaeological Techniques and International Cooperation in Italy
Carlo M. Lerici

Read more: Expedition Volume 4, Number 3 Spring 1962

 

Expedition Volume 4, Number 4 Summer 1962

Expedition Volume 4, Number 4 Summer 1962Cover: Part of Meroitic inscription on a tombstone in the cemetery at Toshka West excavated by the Yale University-University Museum Expedition to Nubia.

Features
Gordion--Phrygian Construction and Architecture II
Rodney S. Young

A Lion Bowl from Hasanlu
Maurits N. van Loon

Read more: Expedition Volume 4, Number 4 Summer 1962

 

Expedition Volume 5, Number 1 Fall 1962

Expedition Volume 5, Number 1 Fall 1962Special Issue: Biblical Archaeology
Cover: Jerusalem, looking west, from the Mount of Olives.

Features
Recent Advances in Palestinian Archaeology
William F. Albright

Civil Defense at Gibeon
James B. Pritchard

Read more: Expedition Volume 5, Number 1 Fall 1962

 

Expedition Volume 5, Number 4 Summer 1963

Expedition Volume 5, Number 4 Summer 1963Cover: Collage of artifacts.

Hard copies of this issue are sold out.

Features
Across the Peten to the Ruins of Machaquila
Ian Graham

Saffron and Swan's Grease
Kenneth D. Matthews, Jr.

Read more: Expedition Volume 5, Number 4 Summer 1963

 

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