Expedition Volume 37, Number 2 Summer 1995

Expedition Volume 37, Number 2 Summer 1995Cover: Painting by Ardeth Anderson. The "Splatt" Theory: an artist's conception of how the archaeological site of Ban Chiang, Thailand, was formed.

Features
Shells and Society at Tikal, Guatemala
Hattula Moholy-Nagy

Household Craft Specialization and Shell Ornament Manufacture in Ejutla, Mexico
Gary M. Feinman and Linda M. Nicholas

Routes Through the Eastern Desert of Egypt
Stephen E. Sidebotham and Ronald E. Zitterkopf 

Departments
Musings and Visions from the Director's Desk

Reviews and Reports--Re-excavating Cheshmeh Ali

Behind the Scenes--Illuminating the Past: Art and Artists of the Ban Chiang Project

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