Expedition Volume 24, Number 3 Spring 1982

Expedition Volume 24, Number 3 Spring 1982Cover: Photo courtesy of Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Acc. no. 1144. Attic red-figure bell krater, late 5th century BC. The scene shows a sacrifice before the idol of Chryse which is placed on a column behind the burning altar.

Early Greek Idols--Their Appearance and Significance in the Geometric, Orientalizing and Archaic Periods
Irene Bald Romano

Pipestave Hollow Ideography--Possible Calendrical Notations from the Northeast
Gretchen Anderson Gwynne

Early Iron Age Luxury Imports--Into the Paris Basin
Nicholas Freidin

Ancient Maya Houses at Cauinal and Pueblo Viejo Chixoy, el Quiche, Guatemala--II
Robert M. Hill, II

Archaeological Looting--A New Approach to the Problem
Arthur Miller

Museum Staff

A New Director of the University Museum--Robert H. Dyson, Jr.

The Curators Write--The Sumerian Dictionary


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